Eating and Drinking

Eating and Drinking

Liverpool boasts some of the finest restaurants, bars, bistros and cafes found anywhere in the UK. Within its lively streets your delegates will discover cellar bars, live music venues, family-friendly pubs, award-winning restaurants and bohemian cafes and bistros offering a mix of dishes and cuisine. Of course, international food features heavily on the Liverpool menu, but your delegates can discover local recipes too - including Scouse, a delicious lamb or beef stew from which the nickname for Liverpudlians comes from.

East Z East, located opposite the venue, is the home of Punjabi cooking. Winner of “Restaurant of the Year 2012” – Juice FM Style Awards. Visit after your event and enjoy cocktails or indulge in a range of dishes.

Sample the true essence of the Brazilian gaucho at Fazenda steak house. Halal available with 24 hours prior notice. Our extensive vegetarian options include delicious homemade pasta. Free speed wi-fi.

Il Forno is a real slice of Italy situated in the heart of Liverpool and critically acclaimed by “The Times” newspaper as one of the top ten authentic Italian restaurants in the UK.

A partnership between Jamie Oliver and his Italian mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo, Jamie's Italian is all about serving up rustic, Italian food made using the best possible ingredients, plus fresh pasta that’s made on-site every day, and an award-winning children's menu, too.

Recent winners of "Best Restaurant" at the Liverpool Food and Dink Awards, Neon Jamon, Berry Street provides amazing Catalan-inspired dishes in a relaxed, informal setting.

A contemporary bar and restaurant at Britannia Pavilion Albert Dock, opposite the venue. Panam serves fabulous modern British and European cuisine with great service in plush surroundings catering for tables of 2 to 100+

Our Vu Bar and Terrace and Vista Restaurant offers a superb setting with views of the iconic Liver Building and the waterfront, offering a wide variety of food and drinks.