8 Eateries perfect for outdoor dining in Liverpool

We’ve put together some of our favourite places to chill and chow down under blue skies this summer……and there’s even a roast dinner in there for the hardcore gravy lovers!

Outdoor dining in Liverpool has never been so popular with more curb side cafes, terraces and gardens to choose from than ever before. With every possible square foot of outdoor space being strung with fairy lights and lined up with all manner of props, funky furniture and brand new menus to try….all you have to do is decide what you fancy and soak up the rays while you wait.

Here’s 8 restaurants where you can dine outside in Liverpool….

1 – The Quarter, Falkner Street

What an absolutely luxury! Sit curb-side at independent deli and restaurant The Quarter, Falkner Street in the heart of the beautiful Georgian Quarter and tuck into a tasty, home-made quiche, panini or salad….add blue sky and you’ve got it made. Menu and info here.

2 – The Pen Factory, Hope Street

Another Georgian Quarter beauty is The Pen Factory, just next door to the Everyman Theatre, Hope Street. Offering up a small plate/tapas menu into the early evening, the quiet garden here would make a perfect first date spot too! More info here.

3 – The Old Stables, Allerton Manor

Outdoor dining in Liverpool has never looked so lush! Hidden away in the rolling green lawns of Allerton Manor is The Old Stables Restaurant, a former club house which boasts an amazing sun-trap terrace. Serving up British Classics (including a roast dinner with all the trimmings) The Old Stables is perfect for a quiet mid-week lunch or a big family gathering. Booking and more here.

4 – Fazenda, Exchange Flags

Now we know its warm right now but it’s not quite South American heat is it? Console yourself with a meat feast on the terrace at Brazilian rodizio restaurant, Fazenda, on Exchange Flags. Also serving up smaller, Petiscos plates that are perfect for lunch time grazing, this bustling thoroughfare is a great spot for tasty food and people watching. More info here.

5 – Carpathia, 30 James Street

With unrivalled views of the waterfront its only right to sample some of the fish dishes on the Carpathia spring menu. Book a table on the roof top terrace to dine in style with delicious dishes including seabream, loin of cod and red mullet. Outdoor dining in Liverpool at its most decadent. Menu and booking info here.

6 – The Club House, Liverpool One

Nothing says summer like hanging kebabs on the lawn at The Club House, Liverpool One. Get a taste of The Hamptons in the heart of the city and dine til late with delectable deli boards stuffed with homemade favourites, cheeses, cold cuts and hot pots. Check out the menu and prepare for memorable summer days here.

7 – La Tasca, Queen Square

If you can’t afford to jet off to Spain this summer, of you’ve already been and you’re battling the holiday blues, head to La Tasca, Queen Square to be transported to Barcelona. Huge pans of fresh paella, the tastiest tapas, live entertainment and a huge terrace to relax on, sounds like a mini holiday to us! More info here.

8 – Tiki Hut, Red Door, Berry Street

Outdoor dining in Liverpool

Why go to the hassle of arranging your own BBQ when you can head to the Tiki Hut on the Red Door Rooftop and enjoy theirs instead?! With regular events when the mercury rises, head to this hidden gem and enjoy the rooftop breeze as you sample their latest cocktail offering with burger straight off the Barbie! Click here for event into and booking.

Where is your favourite spot for outdoor dining in Liverpool? Tweet us @TheGuideLpool or email us info@theguideliverpool.com and we’ll share your suggestions on our socials.

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