Liverpool - recommendations for restaurants with outdoor space

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Goingdownto Fri 03-Jul-20 21:05:39

Having a weekend trip to Liverpool with dsis and we'd both like to eat outdoors were possible. I've already had the Albert dock suggested to me, but would love any ideas for restaurants there or elsewhere in the city that will probably be set up for outdoor eating.
Rare to have time away from dc so looking forward to it!

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Stillabitemo Fri 03-Jul-20 21:11:56

Bold street and castle street have had outside seating created so most of the restaurants there could be an option, plus all those on the Liverpool One Terrace and Matou on the Pier Head.

However not everything is opening on the 4th so will depend when you’re going.

Goingdownto Fri 03-Jul-20 21:14:56

Ah thanks for that, going next weekend so that's what, the 10th?
We will book in advance I just hadn't a clue where to start!

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Ricekrispie22 Sat 04-Jul-20 08:13:03

Santa Maluco, Free State Kitchen and Matou.

Goingdownto Sun 05-Jul-20 17:25:10

Thanks @Ricekrispie22 I'm googling all of those just now smile

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RaiseTheVibe Sun 05-Jul-20 17:31:36

Bacaro on Castle Street is lovely, I don't think they usually have outdoor seating but may have created some. Franco's and Viva Brazil are also good. As is Mowgli, just off Castle Street.

Zizzi's is the only one I can remember in Liverpool One having an outdoor area but there are definitely more.

Goingdownto Sun 05-Jul-20 18:10:35

Thank you Raisethevibe wine Some places have not reopened yet (zizzis!) this is proving harder than I had thought! If could just have a look and then turn up would be easier but I think booking in advance will be essential.

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Funf Tue 07-Jul-20 06:34:24

Albert Dock is usually windy and cold even on hot days, just bear this in mind.
Lark lane is a popular trendy destination a short Taxi ride from the city. Bold Street is in the centre with plenty of eating places some have outside some don't.
Moose is very good for breakfast but you can't book, limited outside seating.
If you fancy something different
www.balticmarket.co.uk

You might find this helpful
www.donthibernate.co.uk/liverpool/

Lark Lane has a Vegan Chippy, short walk to Sefton Park so eat outside.
I would book as much as you can.
Its a fantastic city with plenty to see and do.

Funf Tue 07-Jul-20 06:37:00

www.visitliverpool.com/explore-the-city/top-spots/lark-lane

Goingdownto Tue 07-Jul-20 18:18:57

Aw thanks for those links @Funf Lark Lane looks great. Getting excited now!

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PETRONELLAS Tue 07-Jul-20 18:22:14

Went there with v low expectations but absolutely loved it. We didn’t sit outside at any food places but loved the city so so much. Have a brilliant time.

HappyGG Tue 07-Jul-20 18:31:18

Try The Clubhouse in Liverpool One. I haven't been for a few years but had a great atmosphere when I was there. The seating area's upstairs on the balcony and the website says it's open.

Have a great time. I'm sure you'll love it. Liverpool has a great vibe. X

Goingdownto Tue 07-Jul-20 19:14:12

Thank you both. smile
@HappyGG I've just booked the Clubhouse, that's exactly what I want flowers

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Greencauliflowers Tue 07-Jul-20 19:17:49

We went to Salt House Tapas on Hanover Street, last year. Fantastic food and wine and they had outside space

HappyGG Tue 07-Jul-20 19:18:07

Have a fab time and enjoy a cocktail or two for me! wineflowers

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