Foodies from far and wide will appreciate the flourishing culinary scene that Liverpool has to offer. In a city that doesn’t seem to be showing any sign of slowing down, there are many stunning bars and restaurants to choose from.

Castle Street, which is known as the area of the city centre for banking and business but in the past decade we’ve seen it boom with new places to eat and drink.  Just a short stroll from the Docks of Liverpool, this is now where you will find the newest and most exciting restaurants in the city.

Eateries include CAU, San Carlos, Neighbourhood, Gino D’Acampo, Castle Street Townhouse and the quirky Alchemist Bar, where not only can you drink your cocktail, but almost watch it come to life too! Liverpool Gin is now a household name and can be found in most watering holes across the city.

Speaking of local produce it seems only right to mention the famous delicacy – Scouse! A tasty stew of meat and vegetables, served with crusty bread and beetroot or red cabbage (depending on personal preference and opinion). It’s how the people of Liverpool got their nickname ‘Scousers’, and is on the menu at many cafes and restaurants.

Speaking of the Docks, we can’t forget about the restaurants situated on the banks of the water with the most picturesque views. From Miller & Carter, Gusto, PANAM to the Smugglers Cove – you are truly spoiled for choice and can find yourself enchanted by the glistening water whilst you eat some of the best food Liverpool has to offer.

The city also plays host to independent hotspots such as Bold Street, Lark Lane and the Baltic Triangle. Not to mention the renowned Food & Drink Festival at Sefton Park which brings 50, 000 foodie visitors each year to the city.

Liverpool City Region’s dining scene is fantastically varied, from sleek fine dining to indie bistros and pop-up foodie heavens to high-street favourites, It comes as no surprise that the food and drink scene within the city is thriving!