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12 super-romantic restaurants for a date night in Liverpool

7 months ago

If you want to make a person feel special, you could start by taking them somewhere a little bit out of the ordinary.

These places bring together gorgeous food and beautiful surroundings, and they set the right tone for one-to-one conversations that go beyond small talk. If you’re looking for a restaurant for a date night in Liverpool or a Valentine’s dinner, here are twelve ultra-romantic spots to choose from.

  • Inside the Art School, a recommended date night restaurant in Liverpool.
    Georgian Quarter

    The Art School

    Restaurant - Modern British

    The Art School delivers upmarket, regionally-inspired cooking from local legend, Paul Askew. Opening in late 2014, this fancy contemporary British restaurant is a place for that special occasion.

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  • A pasta dish at La Famiglia Bar and Restaurant in Liverpool.
    Cavern Quarter

    La Famiglia Bar & Restaurant

    Restaurant - Italian

    The name says it all: La Famiglia Bar & Restaurant is a family-run outfit serving fresh, traditional Italian cuisine rethought, using the finest ingredients.

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  • Book Now Princes Dock

    Malmaison Liverpool Bar & Grill

    Restaurant - American

    Malmaison Liverpool Bar & Grill is much more than just another soulless hotel restaurant. With its dockside location and terrace, celeb fans and cool boutique vibes, it’s one of Liverpool’s most impressive dining destinations.

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  • Liverpool City Centre

    Mamasan Liverpool

    Restaurant - Pan Asian

    South Asian cookery is on the cards here, or “a vibrant culinary offering”, if you prefer. Three floors are accessed via a floating staircase, with roof terrace for sipping in the sun – cocktails include the Lotus of lemongrass gin, butterfly pea flower, lemon and egg white.

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  • Baltic Triangle

    Manifest

    Restaurant - Modern British

    The manifesto at industrial-chic restaurant and “dine-at-wine-bar” Manifest is “seasonal plates and famous Liverpool hospitality”, with the Modern British menus regularly changing to reflect both local produce availability and the wines that will be matched to the food.

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  • A dish from the festive menu at Nord in Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre

    Nord

    Restaurant - Modern British

    Nord is a real asset to Liverpool’s dining scene. Housed in a bit of an unlovely 1960s office block – the former HQ of Littlewoods – the building has had some serious TLC. Now the subtle décor has shades of Mad Men rather than The Fall And Rise of Reginald Perrin with pendant lights, earthy tones and a statement orange bar.

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  • A cocktail at Panoramic 34 in Liverpool city centre.
    Business District (Liverpool)

    Panoramic 34

    Restaurant - Modern British

    Panoramic 34 was the UK’s highest restaurant when it opened in 2008, and although others have since taken that title, it still offers an impressive vantage point with a 360-degree view of Liverpool, the Mersey, and beyond to Wales. 

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  • Christmas and New Year's Eve at Piccolino
    Book Now Cavern Quarter

    Piccolino Liverpool

    Restaurant - Italian

    Piccolino Liverpool is located in a particularly grand building on Cook Street with a small but perfectly-formed terrace at the front. The impressive exterior seems appropriate because Piccolino always works well for fancy events, birthday parties and glamorous dates.

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  • Liverpool City Centre

    Queens

    Restaurant - Modern British

    With simple, regularly changing menus to showcase the best seasonal ingredients available at market, you can expect carefully prepared plates of stylish food at this equally chic wine bar and bistro tucked away on a “secret” jigger just off bustling Castle Street. 

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  • Coconut, passion fruit & banana from Restaurant 8 in Liverpool
    Book Now Cavern Quarter

    Restaurant 8

    Restaurant - Modern British

    Chef and co-owner Andrew Sheridan (who you might recognise from Great British Menu) has uprooted Restaurant 8 from Birmingham and returned to the city of his birth. It’s a tough blow for the Brummies; the restaurant had built up a mighty reputation in the city, being awarded three AA Rosettes. But it’s excellent news for Liverpool.

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  • a dish on the menu at Salt house liverpool tapas
    Ropewalks

    Salt House Tapas

    Restaurant - Spanish

    Residing on the corner of Hanover Street sits Salt House Tapas, a modern yet ambient take on the popular Spanish tapas cuisine. Former employees of Ego Restaurants – Jonny and Paddy – teamed up, back in July 2010, to create their own restaurant where their real dream began.  

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  • Book Now Cavern Quarter

    San Carlo Liverpool

    Restaurant - Italian

    Head to any of the ristorantes in the award-winning, family-run San Carlo Group and you know you’re in for exceptional ingredients, artfully prepared, served in super chic surroundings. At San Carlo Liverpool, you’ll also find opulent dining booths and a stylish bar for drinks before or after your meal.

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  • The Palm Court Bar at Seaforth, the restaurant in the Municipal Hotel Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre

    Seaforth

    Restaurant - Modern British

    The Seaforth restaurant sits in the grand central atrium of the Municipal Hotel on Dale Street. Once the headquarters for Liverpool City Council, the hotel itself is a slice of old world glamour, and Seaforth’s décor and menu of understated excellence plays its part in this.

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