Here’s all you need to know about Liverpool Food Halls.

Baltic Market

Baltic Market Liverpool

In 2017 the team behind Independent Liverpool (discount card supporting Liverpool independent businesses) opened Liverpool’s first food hall featuring a raft of independent traders, some of which were established restaurants with pop ups and some were new businesses looking for their big break. From day one the Baltic Market has been and is consistently bustling with people and has helped breathe new life into Cains Brewery Village. Now jam-packed with bars and restaurants the Baltic Market is still our favourite food hall.

Visit the Baltic Market Website

Grand Central Food Bazaar

Grand Central Food Bazaar Food Hall

The Grand Central Food Bazaar has had a colourful past and most locals will probably remember it best as Quiggins but in 2018 it underwent a huge restoration to transform it into a food hall. What makes Grand Central Food Bazaar stand out from the rest is its Gaudi inspired interior. There’s a great mix of traders and plenty of dining space and you’ll find it somewhat quieter than the Baltic Market.

Visit the Grand Central Food Bazaar Website

Dockside Dining Club

Dockside Dining Club Liverpool

With its fantastic waterfront location Dockside Dining Club is light and bright with a lovely pastel interior in the modern Mann Island building. It’s got a stylish edge and some great outdoor seating too. There’s something for everyone from sushi to fried chicken to pizza. There’s also always plenty of 241 drinks offers on at the spacious bar as well.

Visit the Dockside Dining Website

Duke Street Food & Drink Market

Duke Street Market Liverpool

There’s a new kid in town and the new kid is really, really fancy! Duke Street Food & Drink Market is brought to us by the Graffiti Spirits Group who are behind some of our favourite bars and restaurants in the city including Santa Maluco, Santa Chupitos and Salt Dog Slims. The million pound development on Duke Street is home to a flagship restaurant on its upper level in the form of Pilgrim (from the BBC show Million Pound Menu) and five other traders on the lower level. There’s the likes of FINCA (who also appeared on Million Pound Menu) serving up Cuban street food and Ginger; an Asian bowl food concept.

Visit the Duke Street Food & Drink Market Facebook Page

Wirral Food Halls

Woodside Ferry Village

Woodside Ferry Village

Woodside Ferry Village is leading the way for food Halls across the water with some brilliant vendors including Liverpool favourites Bacaro serving up pizzas, EastZEast producing authentic Punjab dishes and Cowfish Smoke American Style BBQ amongst the traders. What’s even better is the view of the Liverpool skyline!

Visit Woodside Ferry Village Facebook Page