One weekend in all of our calendars each year is the Liverpool Food & Drink Festival in Sefton Park where the best of Liverpool host an amazing weekend of sheer indulgence.
The daffodils have sprouted, the sun is shining and it’s the return of the Easter food and drink festival in Sefton Park – what a time to be alive. Foodies of Liverpool assemble; this year’s event features five district zones, all with their own unique aesthetics and activities. The Wood Lands is a must for Bear Grylls fans (big and small), who like to get stuck into the great outdoors with a bit of bushcraft and den making and for those who prefer a more relaxed experience there is also a gin market and a sushi making workshop. The Kids’ Village is packed with fun activities to keep young visitors entertained for hours on end, The Pasture is jam packed with tasty treats from region’s finest food producers and independent street food stalls.
The Lawns is where the producers’ market will be so expect cheese, breads and more produce than your cupboards can handle and finally The Meadow is where you can sit back and relax with delights from the likes of Treaty Pie, Little Furnace and Liverpool Rum, Gin and Vodka.We are so excited for the bank holiday bonanza and in true Independent Liverpool fashion, we’ve selected just a few of the reasons you need to visit this year.
Enjoy and we apologise in advance if we make you hungry.
You Can Make Your Own Sushi At An Exclusive Masterclass
There’s A Prosecco Tent bursting with Fizz
Expect Circular Happiness Of Pizza From Little Furnace
Tales In The City Are Hosting A Dog Crèche
We’re There Selling Our Card And We’re Doing A Crazy Discount
As Well As Selling Our New Tote Bag We Made With Wicker Wings Where 50% Of Profits Go To The Whitechapel
Get A Cup of The Good Stuff From Space Coffee, Ryde Coffee or Crosby Coffee
Moan-out-loud Desserts From Treaty Pie
There’s A Kids Village With A Pop-up Farm And Vintage Funfair, Donkey Rides, Birds Of Prey and Loads More
Expect Fresh Pastries From French Corner
There’s A Gin Market with loads of boutique brands to try in a funky area
Crepes, Pancakes and More From the Interesting Eating Company
Rookwood Bar And ‘Cue Have A Bar Selling Local Craft Beer, Cocktails and Chocolate Shots
Get Sent To Chocolatey Heaven By Coco Baroque
Sample The Infamous ‘Maclair’ From The Little Macaron Shop, Have A Stall
All The Tasty Tapas From Neon Jamon
Steins, brines and entertainment at the Salt Dogs tent
The Doughnut Guy Is Back And Just Look At How Good They Look
Try Your Hand At Archery
The Producers Area Is Literally Full Of Cheese
Last But Not Least, We’ve Got You All A Special Discount Code
Get 20% off on day and weekend tickets using the code INDLIV20. It will expire on the 10th April. Buy yours here. See you there!