Strolling through the mass of offices around Dale Street, you can take any of the tiny little alleyways (we recommend Hackins Hey) up to Tithebarn Street, home of Tempest. Previously Hus, it’s had an incredible £250,000 transformation adding in a rooftop garden and the Kol Box basement space for hire.

Tempest Tithebarn St Liverpool

Tempest Liverpool Interior
Its ground floor entrance however, opens up a great space for early morning coffees or even a late night cocktail. Food is served up in a similar manner, offering a great brunch menu of bagels, waffles and burgers or an evening menu of small plates and burgers (and of course some great desserts!).

Tempest LiverpoolTempest Bar Liverpool
Interestingly, their rooftop is also shared by beekeepers, whose honey is used in a couple of cocktails, and to our delight as a dip for the goat’s cheese! Their cocktail menu alone has a great selection along with their fresh Tempest Tank bier. If this sounds like your thing, why not go for a Bottomless Brunch?

Tempest Bar and Restaurant Liverpool

They’ve already got a host of events booked in over Summer, but we can’t wait to get back for a sunset pint 10-storeys above Liverpool. See you there!

For more information and to book a table visit

Michael Fell