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Where to catch some rays in Liverpool

Confidentials    10 months ago

With Easter only a few days away, and summer creeping up over the horizon, of course our thoughts have turned to alfresco dining and drinking in Liverpool.

We’ve taken into account factors like kerb appeal and comfort – yes you can sit outside pretty much anywhere nowadays, but who can relax in the sun when they’re being assaulted on all sides by baying crowds of rowdy shoppers?

Confidential Guides is the perfect resource to help you search for the specifics when you’re looking for somewhere to go out to eat. Looking for alfresco, but it has to be Italian? No probs, just tick the boxes next to the filters and you’re good to go.

All our guides are written by us – people who love food and love to go out to eat. We’ve been living and eating in the North of England our whole lives and want everybody to know how great the restaurants are up here. We’ve all struggled to find an outdoor dining spot when we’re blessed with a few days of sunshine, so let this be your Easter weekend warning – it’s going to be a sunny one.

Keep reading for five of our favourite places to catch some rays while the sun is out. Perfect for brunching, lunching and Instagram posing.

  • Alfresco brunch at Papillon - a cafe-bar and restaurant in Liverpool's Georgian Quarter
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    Papillon

    Restaurant - Global

    With its striped pink awning and corner spot on Hope Street, Papillon is one of the prettiest eating places in the Georgian Quarter. Step inside and it’s just as pleasing on the eye. A laidback yet stylish mix of sprawling potted plants, modern art, velvet and leather give it the feel of a Parisian loft apartment.

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  • The exterior of Thoughtfully Cafe - an independent coffee shop on Cleveland Square, Liverpool
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    Thoughtfully Cafe

    Restaurant - Coffee

    Independent coffee shop Thoughtfully Cafe is just a few minutes walk from Liverpool ONE but it feels like a world apart from the chainstore bustle and crowds.

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    The Quarter

    Restaurant - Italian

    You can’t get much more picture perfect than the cobbledy Falkner Street in the cool boho Georgian Quarter and, with its minty paint job, candy-striped canopy and European bistro-style terrace chairs, this Italian-inspired independent restaurant doesn’t let the side down.

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    The Brunch & Cocktail Club

    Restaurant - Global

    Brunch Club by name, brunch club by nature – and those in the know make sure they book a table; this popular Duke Street joint is somewhere everyone wants to be a part of. Brunch, bottomless brunch and now after brunch, Friday through Sunday it’s also all about the bar.

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    St Luke’s Bombed Out Church Garden Cafe & Bar

    Restaurant - Global

    Everybody knows the Bombed Out Church, but just in case: hit by an incendiary bomb during the Liverpool Blitz of 1941, its stone shell was left as a memorial to those lost in the war and the Grade II-listed building has only fairly recently been resurrected as a cultural venue.

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