The Gin & Disco Festival is a new brand that is bringing together two of the best things in life… Gin & Disco! This summer, the party is heading on tour to bring their unique event to Liverpool and Chester. The events start on the 16th of July and finish on the 28th. Everyone loves disco, that’s just a fact, and the most on-trend drink right … Continue reading Grab a Gin, There’s a Disco In Town
Did you know that there is a new pie restaurant open on Bold Street? Pieminister, which has a number of locations across the UK, has taken the spot of the short lived (and very missed) Vincent Bowl *cries in spanish*. As part of our ’13 Dishes, 1 City’ we took a trip! You can probably imagine, the menu consists of a whole lot of pies with … Continue reading Pies Before Guys | Pieminister
We recently took a trip to one of Liverpool’s most loved bar and restaurants, Alma De Cuba, to try their latest menu. Shamefully, I’ve never been to Alma before so I was really looking forward to visiting for the first time. In my opinion, from the outside, it’s one of the cooler buildings around the Concert Square area as it’s one of few that still … Continue reading Review | Alma De Cuba
If you’re from Liverpool and spend most of your days on Instagram,Facebook or Twitter, it’s highly likely you will have seen that last month, The Florist opened it’s doors on Hardman Street. Located in the incredible old blind school, The Florist is quite possibly the most “did it for the gram” restaurant to have ever opened it’s doors in Liverpool. But is that enough? We … Continue reading Do it for the Gram | The Florist
To celebrate what we believe to be the most underpublicized week in the calendar, we’ve put together a guide of where to get your hands on some of the best doughnuts in the city. Dunkin Donuts We’re starting with the big, the bad and the corporate. Dunkin Donuts have been keeping America running (and slightly overweight) for decades now. In the last couple of years … Continue reading Holy Glazed Rings, It’s National Doughnut Week!
This Summer, we’re going to be bringing you a review of a different restaurant each week which is inspired by dishes from all over the world. I think it’s fair to say that most of us are creatures of habit. We’re content with the same salt n pepper chips from the same chippy and we’re not arsed that Susan from accounts loves to fine dine … Continue reading 13 Dishes, 1 City | Chaophraya
Preparations for Liverpool Spring Festival are in full swing as the pop-up event returns to Sefton Park this weekend (28-29 April). The outdoor festival will be packed to the rafters with entertainment and family fun, as well as a huge selection of delicious food and drink. Visitors can expect a giant outdoor food court, which will be brimming with international street food and there will … Continue reading Liverpool Spring Festival | Sefton Park