Liverpool is one of England’s most dynamic cities and has much to offer. Whether you’re in town for football, shopping or the Beatles, here are the best tips for an eventful night out.
Enduring an entire evening out on town requires a proper meal to make sure your energy levels are at their peak. Liverpool is a multicultural melting pot, which offers a variety of restaurant experiences. Three of the best hidden gems in the city offer exotic food for every taste. Pop by The Lady Jade for some lovely Chinese food. With it’s Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence of 2014, you will not be disappointed. Another highly rated restaurant is Yukti, a modern Indian restaurant that treats cooking as an art form and is great value. If you want to try something non- Asian but still exotic, Fazenda is definitely worth a visit. Offering delicious grilled meats, this restaurant will truly give you a unique Brazilian experience.
A cultural bistro
If you care more for having a cultural, rather than exotic, dining experience, consider spending a little time at The Everyman. This bistro, bar and theatre is popular with locals as well as the most serious theatre-goers. The theatre programme contains everything from old dramatic classics to modern day plays and musical shows, offering something for every taste. At the downstairs bistro you can enjoy daily specials along with some nice live music. The theatre bar is open before, during and after the shows, making this a potential all-night spot.
See and be seen
If you fancy some people watching and are fond of hanging with artsy hipsters, The Baltic Triangle is undoubtedly the place to go. This up-and-coming district is a hub where musicians, fashion designers, architects, photographers and other creative Liverpool souls meet up to chill, listen to music and just have a good time. Only a stone’s throw from The Everyman, this is the perfect place to go for post-dinner drinks.
Among the many drinking holes, it is recommend to try The District, which actually was the first venue in the area. Among the many electronic music nights in the area, this is a good place to enjoy some live acts. The place is quite small, but has an attractive outdoor space. If you do want to dance away the night to the sound of electronic music, 24 Kitchen Street is a good choice. This multi-purpose events venue offers a cosy experience, and includes a new art gallery, in addition to promoting local DJs.
Add for some comedy
If you’re not into the whole hipster scene, you can skip the `be seen´ part, and just focus on the ‘seeing’ at Liverpool Comedy Central. Sit down and enjoy being entertained in the city’s most sophisticated comedy club. If you haven’t already indulged into the exotic world of one of the previously mentioned spots, you can have an excellent dinner here as well. As a matter of fact, the club is located in the world famous Blue Bar & Grill’s basement club, making it a must see of its own.
After the show, you might want to head out on the town for some drinks and the selection is good outside of The Baltic Triangle too. A stop by Santa Chupitos Bar is well worth your time, with its tasteful cocktails and buzzling atmosphere. If you’re not done being entertained, you can experience live music at The Cavern Club any night of the week. In fact, this charmingly crowded place is Liverpool’s highest rated club on TripAdvisor.
As you can see, the city is packed with exciting alternatives for a magnificent night out. Enjoy easy access to all of the events and venues by staying at the stylish Radisson Blu Hotel, Liverpool located in the heart of the city.