The Oracle

by Independent Liverpool Published:

It’s a kind of magic… On the 17th October 2019, The Oracle opened for business. It’s an old fashioned cocktail bar serving up a pretty awesome Old Fashioned, un-ironically. As...

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American Pizza Slice

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Love at first slice in the Big Apple inspired Paul to quit his day job and open up his own Brooklyn/Little Italy inspired pizzeria: American Pizza Slice. It is true...

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Butter

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Butter – your new city centre hangout! DAY TO NIGHT. COFFEE TO COCKTAILS. 28 SLATER STREET. LIVERPOOL Butter – your new city centre hangout! Based on the corner of Seel...

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Churrasco Steakhouse – City Center

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The well known South Liverpool Restaurant has opened in the City Centre!   Churrasco Steakhouse – the meaty Mecca, just around the corner from Lark Lane on Aigburth Road has opened...

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Christakis

by Independent Liverpool Published:

CHRISTAKIS A name that needs little introduction! A name that conjures up images of belly dancing and the tastiest greek food, have finally joined us to give you, our amazing...

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Carnival Brewing Company

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Roll up, roll up. There’s a boss hops headquarters in town and you’re all invited.  Over the last 8 years of interviewing people, we’ve found there to be a great...

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Carlisi

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Desperate for a holiday? Aren’t we all. As much as we’d love to have a window seat, a mini Aperol Spritz in hand and hear “this is your Captain speaking”...

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30 James Street

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The hotel that looks like something out of a Wes Anderson Film. One of the most iconic Liverpool hotels is 30 James Street, the namesake and address of one of...

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Baby E Coffee & Deli

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Good coffee, good vibes and good food. Baby E Coffee & Deli can be found in the basement floor of Liverpool’s iconic listed building – The Temple, right in the...

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Ma Egerton’s Stage Door

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Built in 1846, Ma Egerton’s is named after the pub’s longest-serving landlady, Mary Egerton. who ran the pub – then called The Eagle – from the 1930s, staying in the...

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Grilla

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Welcome to Grilla – a place where there’s no plate smashing, just smashing plates of food. Are you familiar with Epicureanism? Epicureanism is a system of philosophy based upon the...

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Mother Espresso

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Mother is that friendly neighbourhood spot you have found, hidden just around the corner, full of regulars who know each other’s names, that does great coffee and good eggs all...

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Pasta Cosa

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The Italian take-out with queues out the door. Castle Street – a stretch of Liverpool life blessed with great architecture, some fantastic food and drink and a tiny little pasta...

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The Magical Beatles Museum

by Independent Liverpool Published:

A Fab Four experience; 10 years in the planning and over 60 years in the making. The Magical Beatles Museum is in the heart of Liverpool – where else but...

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Phase One

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Launched in May 2018 by the team behind The Jacaranda, PHASE ONE is part record store, part bar, part coffee-shop, part live venue and part event space. This ambitious project...

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Frederiks

by Independent Liverpool Published:

In a city not short of stylish bar-restaurants, Frederiks stands out from the rest. Located between the cathedrals on Liverpool’s iconic Hope Street, Frederik’s has been a hub of the...

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Tiger Rock

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Small plates, small bowls but with big flavour and then some. Char sui, spring rolls, pad thai… is this a list of some of our favourite things or what you...

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Root House Plants

by Independent Liverpool Published:

An urban jungle right in the city centre. Just a few years ago, before indoor plants became so popular, there were a rare few opting for greenery in their abode,...

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Cafe Lucaya

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Tower building, on the corner of Water Street and the Strand, is the home to a new coffee shop. What was once an old banking area for the building is...

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Paolo & Donato’s Italian Deli

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Although it’s probably true the further you go into the city centre, the less independents you’ll be greeted by, there are a few exceptions to the rule. Although it’s probably...

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Liverpool’s Royal Court & Courtyard Bar & Kitchen

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Have you seen what’s happened to the old Penny Farthing? Argh, the Penny Farthing – the marmite of boozers accumulated fans and critics over the years. For every low quality...

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Pattersons

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Let’s get saucy. Chicken, tunes, cocktails and beer. Is that a list of four of our favourite things or how Pattersons describe themselves? Well, both actually. Just off hectic Hanover...

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Down The Hatch

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Say hello to your new favourite place. Bold Street is known for food, Seel Street is known for bars and Duke Street is becoming known for both. As well as...

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Lili Bizarre

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Lili Bizarre – a story over 10 years in the world of the make believe. For ten years the dreamers, escapists and party go-ers have been getting kitted out by...

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