Perched on the 34th floor of the West Tower, Panoramic 34 offers breathtaking vistas of the city skyline, while you tuck into the scrumptious food or relish the divine cocktails on offer. The chic dining space, with classic decor exudes elegance and class. Floor to ceiling windows maximize the thrilling views. On offer is a thoughtfully crafted menu of British and international specialties with modern touches. The cocktails on offer are well-mixed and hard to find fault with. A fantastic venue for private functions, Panoramic 34 offers its elegant Penthouse Suite as well as the restaurant and bar area to accommodate all kinds of events. Check website for more.
Undoubtedly, one of the most famous clubs in the world, this was the birthplace of a revolution that changed the music world forever. It was from this club the 'Fab Four' rose to heights. The original club closed down in 1973 to make way for an underground rail link, moving to its present site in 1976. The Cavern Club has been witness to almost three hundred performances by The Beatles, and it was here that Sir Paul McCartney played his last gig of the 20th Century. In addition to the main club, the venue features the Cavern Live Lounge, a space for private parties and one-off performances, as well as the Cavern Pub, a relaxed watering hole with regular local live music. In addition, to live gigs, the club also caters to a number of tastes including retro, dance and party.
Palm Sugar Lounge is one of the most high-profile venues in the city of Liverpool. If you're in the mood for an indulgent evening, this is the place to head to. Once you get past the bouncers, you will be treated to the some truly trendy decor and amazing champagne and inventive cocktails such as Poison Ivy, along with tapas style bar bites. If you wish for something more subdued, then visit the place late in the afternoon and enjoy your drinks by their patio.
Alma de Cuba is perhaps one of the most unique bar and restaurants you will ever come across. That's because this trendy Latin-American watering hole is set in what was once St Peter's Catholic Church. A lot of the original design of the church still stands, like the remains of the altar, Lady's chapel and religious paintings. The active calendar of events features everything from live gigs to launch parties throughout the year. Despite the dated setting, the space is often used for contemporary events and is host to a number of shows that can best be described as glamorous. Drinking and dining at a church takes a little bit of getting used to, but Alma de Cuba remains a superb venue for a fun night in town.
A historic pub established in the 19th Century, The Philharmonic Dining Rooms stand across the street from the Philharmonic Hall. Needless to say, most of the pub's patrons are those attending concerts at the hall. Renowned throughout the city for its opulent Victorian decor, the pub interiors are simply a sight to behold. Lavish wood paneling, ornate chandeliers, Victorian wallpapers and a look reminiscent of a polished gentleman's club greets patrons. The lavishly decorated men's washroom deserves a special mention and has to be seen to be believed! On offer is a stellar selection of award-winning real ales, apart from the finest whiskeys as well as wine. The food menu goes beyond regular pub-grub, and features a full menu of British favorites, with seasonal specialties that should not be missed. The characteristic rooms are also available for private events. Check website for more.
Among Liverpool One's most popular dining options, Chaophraya enthralls with a delectable menu of authentic Thai specialties served in an environment that can only be described as breathtaking. Deep wooden hues mingle effortlessly with golden accents while the dark carpet of floral patterns make for a nice contrast to the walls covered in Buddha murals. The huge fish tank adds a refreshing natural element to the atmospheric dining room. Contemporary lighting choices are striking and give the room, a stylish edge. The well-crafted menu presents a diverse choice of the Thai palate and has everything from curries and stir fried specialties to seafood and noodles. Authenticity comes effortlessly with the talented kitchen staff and the chef hailing from Thailand. Three private rooms on offer prove to be excellent choices for formal and private celebrations alike. Check website for more.
With its impressive collection of beers and regular live music events, The Salty Dog has struck a chord with youngsters seeking to enjoy music and beer. Overlooking the street, this bar with a black facade has a very raw and rustic feel to it, something that works for this type of place. The main reason behind its popularity is its impressive menu when it comes to beer. Some of the classic ones here Single Hop Kohatu, Niki, Backstage IPA, Dangermousse 2019, Marches, Bulletproof and Cold Steel Rail. Apart from the beer, the major draw of The Salty Dog lies in the live music events performed by bands.
Subverting the common misconception that healthy food is often bland, Hypha brings some incredibly scrumptious small plates laden with savory bites to your table. Featuring an intimate and cozy space where you can unwind at the comfortable tables or grab a seat at the bar counter, the establishment specializes in whipping up vegan and vegetarian delights loaded with flavor. Gorge on delectable dishes which constantly change to surprise guests with something novel and unique every time. Perfect for a family get-together or a fun day out with friends, Hypha's plant-based delights might just turn even the staunchest of non-vegetarians into fans!
The Prince Albert pub on Wigan Road in Westhead is the quintessential, unpretentious village pub with limited but wonderful ales on the menu. The interiors although simple are comfortable and add to the casual appeal of the place. The food is pretty delicious considering the prices that are charged for them. Sundays are special, drop in to have a great time!