We love it when we discover totally new corners of the city. Those hidden, previously off-limits places that remind us of how much more of the city we have to discover. Who know, for example, there’s a green space tucked behind Hope Street, with ivy clad walls, picnic tables and beatific statues of Jesus? We [...]
Robin Brown has some tasty, local alternatives to the traditional St Patrick’s Day pint in Liverpool.
When it comes to food, we love a new independent voice to add to the chorus of enticing local eateries that you can find around the city centre. Sure, the impending arrival of Byron Burgers might warm the cockles of those who like the comfort of a chain restaurant but our attention is elsewhere – [...]
Leaf presents The Garden, the new cafe and events space at FACT from the people behind Bold Street’s popular hang-out.
Don’t go for flowers and chocs for Mothering Sunday when there are so many home-grown delights you can treat your Mum to. Here are a few options…
The Baltic Fleet offers simple culinary pleasures, but they’re most welcome in these dog days of Winter.
In San Carlo, no-one has secrets. We dine as one. 175 of us; dangly earring snagged to dangly earring, tumbled together in a tangled mass of Elnett and Swarovski. As we wait in the holding pen of the bar, a maître d’ ushers later arrivals than us (a cast of people who obviously spend more [...]
Stand-by for a whole new beer festival in Liverpool at Camp & Furnace, courtesy of the Liverpool Craft Brewery.
When Irish meat traders take meat from Polish suppliers to deliver to Northern Irish meat processors, to deliver to English readymeal makers, to sell on to British supermarkets to stock in your local Tesco Metro it, truly, is the end of days. No wonder they’re using horse. The meat’s travelled so far I’m surprised they [...]
Where do you go for a decent steak in the city? Sid Miller tries out Albert Dock’s Miller and Carter steakhouse…
You have at least three opportunities to visit a beer festival in Liverpool over the next couple of months – at some glorious venues in the city and featuring some excellent local ale.
It’s always good when a restaurant shakes you out of your complacency, and genuinely surprises you. It’s worth all the flaccid pizzas and food service ready meals. Take Il Forno. It was always an unwritten fact that there were two types of Italian restaurant – the cheap and cheerful, and the overdressed and disappointing. As [...]
We’re tightening purse strings and loosening belts – but Liverpool’s restaurants have a battery of great offers to tempt us out for a meal this January.
It says something of a restaurant when you can nip in for a pre Arena meal and, halfway through, wish you were staying for the evening. That’s the case at Home Canteen – the new venture by the Puschka boys and Chris Lee (ex Microzine). They’ve got it spot on here. G Plan tables, scuzzy [...]
Have you noticed – it’s all about the pulled pork this year. From Camp and Furnace to Lucha Libre, the melt-in-the-mouth shreds of pig (like cheese straws for carnivores) are creeping onto every dish. It’s this year’s belly pork, we guess. Next year, it may well be trotters. We’ll have to wait and see. Anyway, [...]
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