Liverpool’s most unique dining experience returns with a two-night collaboration on 30th December & New Year’s Eve

Liverpool’s foodies are in for a treat this December with two of the city’s most renowned pop-up restaurants, the unconventional Secret Diners Club and Nordic-inspired SKAUS, announcing a two-night collaboration at the end of December.

The two concepts will come together to serve up a stunning six course dinner, which will take inspiration from both restaurants, in a unique location. As with all of Secret Diners Club events, the guests will not know what they are eating until the dessert is served, with the set menu remaining undisclosed right up until the last course leaves the pass. Guests are also handed blank menus at the start of their dining experience and encouraged to interact and guess the courses throughout the evening.

Michael Harrison, Co-Founder and Chef at Secret Diners Club, says:

“We can’t wait to pop-up – it’s nearly been a year since our last event so we’re very excited to get back behind the pass for you all.  It’ll be great to bring in the New Year with our guests, and of course, alongside SKAUS!”

Dan Cameron, Co-Founder of SKAUS, says:

“It’s going to be brilliant to bring both concepts together for the evening! The menu is looking very special and we can’t wait to serve it to the guests.”

With huge demand for the pop-up, the event is expected to sell out quickly. To book tickets for the 30th December visit:

To book for New Year’s Eve visit: