Who needs the sun? Here are 10 BBQ Restaurants in Liverpool

The weather has taken a bit of a nose dive hasn’t it? We’re a bit gutted we didn’t even get the cover off our new BBQ before the rain came and the temperature dropped last week and we’ve got a bad craving for ribs! In a desperate attempt to bring the summer back, we’ve rounded up the best BBQ joints across the city. (And the best bit is, they do the dishes afterwards, boom!)

 

1 – Fazenda

Fazenda - The Guide Liverpool

Set in the beautiful surroundings of Exchange Flags, the terrace at Fazenda is the perfect place to unwind while someone else serves you seven different cuts of perfectly BBQ’d meat, right to your table. Great salad and sushi selection too! Check out fazenda.co.uk/liverpool for menu’s.

2 – Titanic Hotel

TITANIC BBQ 27.7.2016

Our beautiful Stanley Dock hotel has a luxury ace up its sleeve in its Colonnade BBQ Experience. Open to hotel guests and visitors, the luxury BBQ experience runs from Thursday to Sunday from 12-5 and features sumptuous rare breed pork, Aberdeen angus beef and mouth-watering salads. Call 0151 559 1444 to book.

 

3 – Elif

Elif - The Guide Liverpool

The Lark Lane and Childwall Fiveways branches of Elif have been serving up the best damned Tavik Sis and Choban salad the city has to offer, and now with Elif Bold Street its even easier to sample this traditional Turkish BBQ. Check out eliflarklane.com for menu details.

 

4 – Viva Brazil

Viva Brazil - The Guide Liverpool

Viva Brazil, Castle Street, has had a huge refub and is back to serving Brazilian style BBQ meat to the masses. With one of the biggest salad bars featuring Brazilian stew, rice, nachos and veggies, plus kids under 10 eat free. This is one of our fave family pit-stop restaurants around the city centre. Book your table on 0151 236 8080.

 

5 – Slims Pork Chop Express

Slims Pork Chop Express - The Guide Liverpool

The Jewel of Seel Street invites you to chow down at its BBQ club! With speciality smoked meats and big old plates to share, book your table for a late night BBQ experience from Thursday to Sunday 10-late. Roll up your sleeves, don’t wear a white shirt! slimporkchop.com

 

6 – The Club House

The Clubhouse Liverpool One

Chavasse Park is the perfect setting to get together for a BBQ, and at The Club House you can just turn up and enjoy the atmosphere while rotisserie chicken, and all American rib eye steaks are served straight to your outdoor table. Try the hanging kebabs (they’re our fave) theclubhouse.uk.com for menu’s.

 

7 – Hickory’s Smokehouse

Hickory's West Kirkby - The Guide Liverpool

Village Road, West Kirby. Bringing a taste of the deep south to the north west, Hickory’s prides itself on some seriously rocking BBQ dishes. The Kansas City Ribs and Texas Slab (52oz steak) will fill you up for a week! Call 0151 559 3123 to book your feast.

 

8 – Reds True BBQ

Reds True BBQ - The Guide Liverpool

This Hanover Street eatery bring a state of industrial America to our humble city centre. With masses of options from traditional pulled pork platters, beef brisket and steaks, the famous Donut Burger has become a firm favourite with scousers and tourists alike. Call 0151 320 3370 for more info.

 

9 – Bem Brazil

Bem Brasil - The Guide Liverpool

Reds neighbour, Bem Brazil has truly brought authentic Brazilian cuisine to the heart of Liverpool. With stew’s, street food sides and of course a whole catalogue of perfectly cooked beef, pork and chicken, Bem Brazil is a fave for large groups and families who like to get their money’s worth! Call 0151 709 0044 to book.

 

10 – Rockwood Bar and ‘Cue

Rockwood Bar Cue - The Guide Liverpool

Nestled neatly on Back Colquitt Street, Rockwood smoke their own meat in house for a full on smoky flavour, and curing their cuts with Himalayan pink salt, you’d be hard pushed to beat its unique taste. All meat is locally sourced, using farms within a 30-mile radius, which is something to champion as you munch on the best ribs in coconut and chilli glaze EVER!

Give them a buzz to book on 0151 709 0999

 

 

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