If you’re looking for some fun restaurants in Liverpool, we know the spots! Liverpool is well-known for its culture and music, but it also has a great variety of restaurants which are extremely popular on Instagram, and of course have some of the best food and drink in the city. Here are the top 10 most Instagrammable restaurants in Liverpool you need to add to your list today:
The prettiest and arguably the most Instagrammable place in Liverpool with a touch of floristry covering each wall and even in the beautiful cocktails and food, making every aspect of this restaurant Instagram-worthy. The florist is one of the coolest restaurants in Liverpool! The food and drink not only look good but also taste amazing, especially the must-try starter The Florist’s freshly baked lavender honey and sunflower loaf which is perfect alongside the lovely Gin-infused Lavender Thistle cocktail. The Florist is not only a restaurant and bar but also offers masterclasses in Gin, Cocktails, and floristry.
Love Thy Neighbour
Nestled amongst numerous independent cafe’s on Liverpool’s Bold Street is the independent cafe bar Love Thy Neighbour which stands out with its statement walls such as Avocado is Bae and Love Thy Neighbour which many people stop to take pictures by. Another great option for restaurants in Liverpool! Inside the cafe itself there is a community feel which caters all. Love Thy Neighbour has such a variety from superfood smoothies to cranked up cocktails, the deliciously nutrient packed Buddha bowls, and of course an array of brunches for carnivores, vegetarians, pescatarians, and vegans. Love Thy Neighbour also has an event room which is used for various occasions including the occasional movie night with popcorn and beverages include, keep on the lookout for the next one.
The discreet roof garden located in Oh Me Oh My on Water Street is a must visit to get the perfect Instagram shot with the famous Liverbirds and the Three Graces as your backdrop. It was at one time one of Liverpool’s hidden gems but now the secret is out so it is best to get their as early as you can especially if it is a warm day. The Rooftop Garden is open from March to October with various events throughout the year including BBQs and brunches which is perfect when the sun is shining with a cocktail in hand.
The Baltic Market is a fairly new addition to Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, which is just on the outskirts of Liverpool’s City Centre and is definitely one of Liverpool’s top hotspots. It is actually Liverpool’s first street food market with a variety of vendors serving pizza, fried vegan food, cocktails, desserts, and the most Instagrammed food order Hafla Hafla’s Halloumi fries which are a must-try when paying a visit. Although it has only been open a year it has been listed as one of the top places to visit in Liverpool, not only because of the great food but also the entertainment, as they have different bands and DJs playing every weekend, and they are always throwing great parties on special events, with upcoming events such as their First birthday all weekend party, and the World Cup. Head down to the Baltic Market Thursday to Sunday to find out what all the fuss is about, and maybe even bring your dog, everyone is welcome.
This American style dive bar and restaurant is discretely hidden in part of Liverpool’s university district, so discrete you might blink and miss it. Once inside you may think you have entered the wrong place but do not let the dark decor and neon lights put you off, after all it is a death row themed restaurant. Both the decor and the menu establish the essence of death row, making you feel as though you are choosing your last meal from the menu to die for (literally). There is something for everyone with unique starters such as Lobster prawn toast and lasgne bites to the variety of mains including a section called meat sweats and mouth-watering burgers with names like “I Dream of Jesus” and “The Lady in the Radiator”, giving a unique spin on the veggie burger, whilst all being served on a prison food tray to give that extra effect. All this allows you capture the perfect picture which will be the envy of any Insta foodie.
The clue is in the name. This fine dining restaurant located on the 34th floor offers the best panoramic view of Liverpool, which is obviously code for the best Instagram shot. If you want to capture the perfect picture try and book as early as possible and request a window seat which of course offers you the best view and the best dining experience. You can book for afternoon tea, lunch, dinner or even just a few drinks it is completely up to you, but it is always busy so make sure to check their website or make a call.
Enjoy some Dim Sum and delightful decor at this oriental basement bar along Seel Street. Do not leave this place without visiting the Zen Garden with a Geisha mural and a hand-painted tiger emblazoned on the wall, which have both been featured numerous times on Instagram. We love this spot when looking for restaurants in Liverpool to go to! It is the perfect hidden spot if you wish to escape the craziness of Seel Street nightlife, where you can help yourself to some of their salt and pepper chicken, whilst choosing from an array of cocktails.
Alma De Cuba
Also located on Seel Street is a place where the motto never judge a book by its cover comes in to play, as the building is actually a converted church which from the outside looks dishevelled but once you step inside you will find a spectacularly decorated Latin-themed bar and restaurant. Many of the church attributes still exist including the altar, galleries, and stained glass windows, which may make it seem strange that everyone is sipping cocktails and snapping photos on the altar but the mixture of old and new culture is amazing to experience. Alma De Cuba also hosts many special events which include acrobatic acts and fire dancers, and on weekends they always have carnival-themed events featuring Brazilian dancers which will make your weekends even more exciting.
Leaf on Bold St.
This independent teashop and bar is one of the most unique places to eat and drink in Liverpool. They offer over one hundred varieties of tea, as well as coffee, alcohol, and even tea-infused cocktails, as well as an eclectic menu for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. Leaf on Bold St also host a variety of events including art, music, and poetry nights which gives you the perfect opportunity to capture the perfect angle of your Jasmine Pearl Tea with a great band in the background.
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