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Where to spend New Year’s Eve in Liverpool

3 months ago

If you’re heading out for New Year’s Eve in Liverpool and you’ve still not locked down your plans, we have options for you. Here are ten places that still have a handful of tickets or reservations available for the 31st, including a bottomless brunch at Almost Famous, beautiful Italian dining at Piccolino, and a Gatsby-themed party at the Royal Institution Bar.

Book fast – they won’t be around for long.


  • Almost Famous Brunch
    Book Now Ropewalks

    Almost Famous Liverpool

    Restaurant - American

    Located in Liverpool city centre’s Ropewalks area, Almost Famous is a burger restaurant with bite. They serve up behemoth burgers, gargantuan sides and killer cocktails in a candy-coated setting. 

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  • Cocktails at Frederiks in Liverpool
    Georgian Quarter



    One of the buzziest spots in the Georgian Quarter, Frederiks models itself on the neighbourhood bars of Brooklyn. Think casual eats, coffee and lounging, with live music and quality cocktails as the day turns into night.

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  • Breakfast in bed at Hope Street Hotel - one of the most romantic hotels in Liverpool
    Book Now Georgian Quarter

    Hope Street Hotel


    In the heart of Liverpool’s beautiful Georgian neighbourhood, Hope Street Hotel is surrounded by some of the city’s most cultural hotspots – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and Everyman Theatre are just minutes away.

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  • Gaming at leveltap Liverpool



    leveltap is one of the latest gaming bars to arrive at Liverpool’s bustling Ropewalks. Immerse yourself in enthralling modern and classic games to play on PC, Playstation and more. 

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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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  • The Merchant, a bar in Liverpool city centre.

    The Merchant


    The Merchant is a lively hangout with great pizza. At the front, spilling onto the street, the outdoor tables under natty striped awnings are always popular while inside there are distressed walls which give an undone boho chic look. Or scruffy, whichever you prefer.

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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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  • Ropewalks

    PINS Social Club


    As the name suggests, PINS Social Club is more than just a bar – and it’s more than just a ten-pin bowling alley too, with pool, table tennis, shuffleboard and karaoke to keep you entertained, along with bites and burgers plus plenty of pizza courtesy Rocco’s Deli & Diner.

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  • Royal Institution Bar - one of the coolest cocktail bars in Liverpool

    Royal Institution Bar


    The Royal Institution Bar was created for ‘those who enjoy the finer things in life’ and serves up well thought-out cocktails in an 1800s-style setting.

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  • Baltic Triangle

    Ten Streets Social


    One of Liverpool’s hippest hideouts, occupying a former warehouse along the Dock Road, Ten Streets Social is worth hunting down for regular live unplugged music gigs, big screen local teams footy, pop-up markets, brekkie until midday and roast dinners on Sundays to 6pm.

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