Discover why The Old Blind School is the Liverpool home of classic comfort food

If you’re yet to experience The Old Blind School, prepare to be impressed from the moment you arrive in Liverpool’s historic, Georgian Quarter.

This stunning Hardman Street based restaurant stands proudly just a stones throw from the Philharmonic Hall and Everyman theatre and you’re invited to tuck into their tasty traditional dishes, fine range of wines and bespoke cocktails.

Watch as we meet owner Dave Mooney inside to find out more – see the video above!

Having opened just 16 months ago, stylish bar and restaurant, The Old Blind School has built up a stellar reputation for creating traditional dishes that wow. With a flair for great tasting favourites such as rump of lamb, the boss burger and of course a good old Sunday Roast, The Old Blind School offers a dining experience to suit every taste.

The light-drenched restaurant features leather booths, interesting décor (we love the old school type-writers on the walls) and gives diners a view right into the thick of the action in the kitchen. Alongside the varied menu, The Old Blind School prides itself on sourcing the finest of house wines and with Happy Hour happening Monday to Friday 4-7pm we don’t need any further excuse to drop by and sample their selections.

Whether you’re booking a lunchtime pit-stop or a date night to impress, why not check out The Old Blind School menus. With great deals such as the Ten Quid Lunch – where diners can choose from two courses for £10 (unsurprisingly) or a seriously satisfying Steak Night, with two courses and a drink for just £19.95? Choose from pate, goats cheese or chilli prawns to start before tucking into a sumptuous rib eye or rump for your main course. Is your mouth-watering yet? It should be!

Continuing the affordable dining theme, did you know that kids eat free during school holidays at The Old Blind School? With 2 or 3 courses available (from £5 during term time) little diners can choose from garlic bread, burgers, fish and chips, chicken fillets and ice-cream all washed down with a drink, included in the deal. Book your treat here.

April is awash with Spring action at The Old Blind School. If you’re looking for unlimited drinks before you head off to the Randox Health Grand National – book your table here now for a brilliant way to start a day at the races.

The Old Blind School is offering a Bottomless Brunch for £30 per person running Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 6, 7 and 8. This includes a dish from the brunch menu with endless….yes ENDLESS glasses of Champagne, Mimosas and House Martinis. Brunch dishes include eggs benedict, eggs royale, full English or smoked salmon and avocado. If you book dinner at The Old Blind School to celebrate your winnings at Aintree, you will receive a discount of 20% off your food bill too.

To book your table and find out more about current deals at The Old Blind School, click here.

We want to know what your favourite dish at The Old Blind School is? Tweet us @TheGuideLpool or email us info@theguideliverpool.com and we’ll share your suggestions on our socials.

 

 

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