Liverpool’s media meet for an Albert ‘Dock Crawl’
Albert Dock Liverpool held its annual Dock Crawl, inviting the media to sample the delights of the North West’s most visited free tourist destination.
Guests were treated to a private tour of the Beatles Story, Indian cuisine at Spice Lounge, rum flights at The Smugglers Cove, and Irish coffees at Gusto, among the whistle-stop tour of the Dock’s various restaurants, bars and attractions.’
It all started on the Magical Mystery Bus which took guests to the Beatles Story from there it was new Russian themed bar Ziferblat, then on to Vinea for tapas and wine tasting. What’s Cooking provided guests with a selection of American themed grub and beers, and then Circo played host with their famous cocktails. It was steak on the menu at Miller & Carter, Smugglers Cove showcased just some of their many rum cocktails on offer, and of course in Revolution it was all about the shots.
Guests included journalists form the Liverpool Echo, Granada’s Victoria Grimes, Bido Lito magazine’s Sam Turner and of course The Guide Liverpool’s Ellie Phillips & Jay Hynd.
The Albert Dock was opened after regeneration back in the 80’s and it has certainly stood the test of time, now with more bars, eateries and attractions than ever before there is no wonder it is the North West’s most visited free tourist destination. If you haven’t had a night (or day in fact) at the Dock lately then you need to do something about it.