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Restaurants, places to eat and drink in Liverpool

Britain is certainly not renowned for its good weather! So when the sun is shining we have to get out there and make the most of it and what better way than to soak up the rays with your favourite tipple at one of Liverpool City centres fabulous beer gardens. 


Hus

12 Tithebarn St, Liverpool L2 2DT

Hus Rooftop

If you fancy a bit of Scandinavian chic head down to HUS in Liverpool’s business district. There is a great roof top terrace with a relaxed yet stylish feel. You’ll be impressed with the roof top views right across the city centre. There’s even a free barbecue every Friday, so it’s definitely the place to head for on that sunny Friday evening after work.

 

Red door (Tiki bar)

21-23 Berry St, Liverpool L1 9DF

Tiki Bar Outdoor @ Red Door

With its cool tunes and vibrant atmosphere the Berry Street bar Red Door have now launched Tiki bar out on their all weather terrace. So if your holiday seems a long way off you can nip down for one of Tiki bars fabulous cocktails.

 

 

Oh Me Oh My (Goodness gracious)

West Africa House, 25 Water St, Liverpool L2 0RG

Beautiful, stunning views of the Liver Buildings

What could be better on a sunny afternoon than to sit and gaze at the iconic Liver birds from the roof top bar at the fabulous Oh Me Oh My. Surely one of the best locations to go and have lunch, with reasonably priced food and views right across the river. It’s the perfect place to take your visitors to the city.

 

Kazimier Garden

32 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BE

An old favourite, Kazimier Gardens

If you love music and enjoy being outside you’ll be right at home on Kazimier garden on Seel street. The Kazimier was one of the cities best-loved independent venues and the creative and cool vibe is certainly still alive in the garden today. There’s always someone playing chilled out tunes allowing you to relax and have fun, with the hurly burly of the outside world feeling a million miles away. Don’t miss the weekly barbecue on a Friday night, or catch one of the vintage fayres or summer parties.

Ye Cracke

13 Rice St, Liverpool L1 9BB

Ye Cracke’s beer garden

Tucked away just down from Hope Street Ye Cracke is one of the most cherished traditional pubs in the city centre. If you like your watering hole down to earth with plenty of great conversation to be had this is the place for you. The leafy beer garden is like the pub, nothing flashy but boasts ample seating and a great, laid back atmosphere where you can truly chill out and enjoy those sunny afternoons.


The Attic

33-45 Parr St, Liverpool L1 4JN

The Attic’s terrace… at night

The Attic bar boasts a small but hugely cool sun terrace on the south facing side of Seel Street. You’ll feel more like you’re on a Spanish roof top bar than in the centre of Liverpool. Colourful tables and chairs await, along with a great selection of beers. Don’t forget the sun cream as you’ll definitely top up your tan.

 

Matou

Pier Head, Liverpool L3 1BY

Stunning views of the 3 graces

Located at the world famous Pier Head, in front of the world heritage site Three Graces, Matou has got to be Liverpool’s most glamorous outside space. There couldn’t be more impressive views or a trendier vibe so it’s a superb place to take your visiting friends and show off the city. The setting is also spectacularly romantic especially at sunset. To top it off the Pan Asian cuisine is delicious.


Pen Factory

13 Hope St, Liverpool L1 9BQ

The Pen Factory’s outdoor terrace

On the hip and trendy Hope Street is the Pen Factory, opened by Bistro Entrepreneur Paddy Byrn of old Everyman Bistro fame. The lovely beer garden is a real suntrap and surrounded by herbs and flowers. A truly laid backspace has been created where you can enjoy the mouth wateringly fresh food, served on small plates perfect for sharing. Wash down with specially selected cask ale, continental larger or bespoke seasonal cocktail. A quiet oasis nestled amongst the hustle and bustle of the Georgian Quarter.

Clove Hitch

23 Hope St, Liverpool L1 9BQ

Clove Hitch

Also on Hope Street in the heart of the Georgian quarter is the Clove and Hitch restaurant, offering a small but inviting terrace with a real Mediterranean feel. Plenty of greenery adorns the little garden and when dusk falls the fairy lights come on adding to the perfect ambience. With the great selection of beers once you get in there you might not want to leave.

 

 

READ: Liverpool’s Best Beer Gardens and Terraces (Part Two)

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