A neighbourhood bar and kitchen offering good things for good people.
They say good things are worth searching for. And that statement has never felt so true when talking about Buyers Club. It almost feels a little condescending to refer to them as a ‘hidden gem’ as they have amassed quite a following and their sea of beautiful orange tables are often full with sunshine and spritz worshippers no matter the day, weather or cause of celebration.
Tucked away off the beaten track of Hardman Street is a rather unassuming alleyway that leads to a 7-days-a-week garden party. A triple threat of drinks, dining and dancing. A chameleon bar that effortlessly changes and adapts throughout the day and night. A place for sourdough pizzas and soul nights. Limoncello spritz and low-intervention wines. Handmade pasta and heartfelt local art adorning the walls.
Handmade pasta, natural wine, craft beer and vinyl. Are they a list of our favourite things or what Buyers are known for? Well, both actually. Their new menu is simple dishes and great ingredients elevated to a stratosphere not many manage to hit. Focaccia, mozzarella and tomato salads and olives to start. Handmade pasta including lamb ragu pappardelle, Cacio e Pepe and more with pizzas to mop up the final remnants of sauce and clean the plates, saving the KP a job.
Now that indoor hospitality can finally commence and you don’t have to refresh the weather app on your phone every two seconds, Buyers Club are taking over the old and sorely missed Octopus site. This will become Buyers Club Pasta Kitchen – a beautiful space paying homage to handmade pasta daily. Not many venues can drift between wine bar, cocktail emporium, pasta parlour, gig space, garden party, art exhibition and live music. Buyers Club is a special place. Go find out for yourself why.
We are delighted to announce Independent Liverpool members can get a whopping 25% off food from Monday-Thursday in Buyers Club Pasta Kitchen when a table is booked from May 17th-31st and 15% off after that.