While the whole hospitality sector may not yet be fully open, some of our favourites have returned. December is well underway, and many of Liverpool’s restaurants are waiting for you. If you need some inspiration, then be sure to read on. Here’s our Liverpool Out of Lockdown List!
Albert’s have recently launched their Bottomless Bavarian Brunch. We all know that Bottomless Brunch is fast becoming a firm favourite in these times. Albert’s bottomless brunch have collaborated with pizza favourite Rudy’s who are providing the food. They also have Bottomless Pornstar and Espresso Martinis on offer.
Favourite Il Forno has just launched their Bocconcini menu. On Friday’s they’re running a Bottomless Bocconcini evening with live music. You can sample 7 Bocconcini small plates alongside bottomless wine, Peroni draft beer or prosecco for £35. Booking is definitely advised.
Carlisi on Dale Street is a modern, Italian-fusion bar serving up classic dishes and unique takes on favourites. It can be described as a Sicilian deli-come cocktail bar. They’ve also launched a Christmas Shop in store selling Christmas favourites.
BoBo Bar on Castle Street is an Iberian Wine Bar and Tasca celebrating cafe culture. It is inspired by the cafe culture of Portugal and Spain, serving up classic cocktails as well as charcuterie, regional cheeses, deli items and bakery classics.
Yum Cha opened in July of this year on the former site of Meat Factory Lark Lane. It was created by those behind Liverpool favourite Chy. It serves up roast meats, big plates and dim sum.
Little White Lies
Little White Lies on Allerton Road, has had a makeover for Christmas. They have changed their name temporarily to Little White Christmas for the festive period, complete with a festive menu including Christmas Yorkshire Pudding Wraps.
Pins Social Club
Pins on Duke Street is becoming a firm favourite, and if you haven’t visited yet, you’re missing out! Calling themselves ‘the home of competitive socialising’, Pins has everything you need for some socially distanced activities. They have recently launched All you can Slice, which is unlimited pizza for £10 per person, as well as other favourites such as Bottomless Brunch and Bowl.
Six by Nico
Six by Nico’s Christmas menu needs to be on your out of lockdown list. If you’re not familiar with the Six by Nico concept yet, their menu changes every six weeks with a new theme. Their latest addition is the Miracle On… showcasing dishes with twists on Christmas classics such as Memories of a Christmas Market and Bob Cratchit’s Three Bird Roast.
Kaz Garden have opened up their Winter Garden complete with Wooden Pods. They’re serving up food from Rose Marie’s Kitchen as well as all of their usual drinks and some festive additions. There’s no bookings, walk-ins only.
Skaus is the newest addition to Allerton Road. Their concept is inspired by Skandindavin culture, seasonal cooking and Scouse culture. Skaus previously popped up in different venues across the city including Baltic Market, and Dockleaf, but have now found their permanent spot.
If you’re looking to get into the Christmas spirit, East River have everything you need. They’ve introduced Christmas Cocktails and plenty of festive dishes to their already extensive menu.
Guest writer: Kate Rogers (found on Instagram as @sheeatsanything)