Liverpool’s rich history and diverse culture has resulted in a vast array of restaurants, bars and cafes serving up delicacies from all over the world and the nightlife is second to none!
Our central locations mean you are never too far from some of Liverpool’s finest restaurants, independent eateries and intimate cocktail bars. You’re spoilt for choice when you stay with Caro!
Whether your after the best Chinese of you life, tasty tapas or inventive street food, Liverpool has got you covered. From China Town to the newly emerging Baltic Market, there is something for everyone.
We’ve made it easier for you by breaking down Liverpool into individual foodie havens: Castle Street, Ropewalks, China Town, Albert Dock, Hope Street and Baltic Triangle.
We’ve highlighted our favourite places to eat and drink in these areas but there are plenty more to discover.
Don’t forget, you can also ask our friendly staff for their personal favourites – they are Liverpool experts!
- Castle Streeticon
Formerly an area of the city best known for banking and located minutes away from the Main Bridewell, Castle Street and the surrounding area has undergone a transformation. Beautiful neo-classical Victorian buildings now house some of the best restaurants and bars in Liverpool. These are just some of our favourites:
Salt House Bacaro
The Underground Gin Society
Ropewalks got its name due to it’s history as a rope production area in Liverpool’s maritime boom. Nowadays it’s seen as the bohemian part of town. Here you’ll find Bold Street, filled with independent restaurants and cafes, and Concert Square and the surrounding streets, home to the city’s famous nightlife.
These are some of our favourite places –
American Pizza Slice
The Shipping Forcast
Slims Pork Chop Express
Love Thy Neighbour
Bold Street Coffee
Dia y Noche
Bars & clubs:
Dirty Little Secret
Alma de Cuba
- Albert Dockicon
Dating back to 1839, the Albert Dock is the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the UK. In it’s prime it helped transform Liverpool into the maritime capital of the world but now is one of the most visited tourists attractions in the country. It’s home to some amazing restaurants and bars and these are some of our favourites –
Miller & Carter
Revolucion de Cuba
- China Townicon
Liverpool’s Chinatown is home to the oldest Chinese population in Europe and proudly has the largest Chinese arch in the world outside of mainland China. If you walk along Berry Street and Nelson Street, you’ll discover some great restaurants and bars. These are our favourites-
Tokyo Noodle Bar
Mr Chili Chinese
Berry & Rye
- Baltic Triangleicon
The Baltic Triangle is one of the most exciting and fastest growing areas of Liverpool. Once the workshop of Liverpool, its now home to a growing independent creative community and some of the best restaurants and nightlife the city has to offer. It’s a 15 minute walk from Liverpool ONE or £3 in a taxi, but trust us, its well worth the trip.
Cafe and Fandisha
Camp & Furnace
- Hope Streeticon
Located in the stunning Georgina Quarter, Hope Street is easily one of the most beautiful roads in Liverpool. It has two theaters, a cathedral at either end and an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars for you to discover. These are some of our favourites –
Death Row Diner
60 Hope Street
London Carriage Works