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Fit in the game with a few drinks, or swerve it altogether and have a footy-free weekend, here are 15 things to choose from …
If you want a crowd atmosphere to watch football coming home then you need to head to a bar with a big screen. Join in the celebrations (hopefully) with beers at 21st Amendment on Church Road (which you can see in our video above) Baltic Beer Garden and McCooley’s, get the steins in at Einstein, head to 21st Amendment on Penny Lane if you’re in south Liverpool, and there’s footy, beer, music, post-match DJ and food at PINS for an all-in ticket.
We love a coffee with these guys giving the soundtrack – now you can catch Coffee and Turntables bringing the tunes for Bottomless Brunch at GPO in the Metquarter this Saturday. It’s £30pp, from 10am to 3pm, there’ll be food from eight independents, plus endless cocktails, prosecco and beer from Madri Excepcional.
Watering Can is one of the prettiest places in Liverpool for food and drink, overlooking Greenbank Park. Now as well as its great breakfast and lunch menus (and those gorgeous cakes), you can go there at the weekends and enjoy a new evening menu until 9pm.
The laughs are back at long last at the Royal Court and in the fabulous hands of our own Lindzi Germain and Andrew Schofield. In a proper tale for our times, they play an unlikely couple – an ex-nearly rock star and a former Miss Old Swan – who meet in a vaccination centre.
If you’re in town and looking for somewhere new to try then head onto Ranelagh Street and check out Liverpool’s newest live music venue. The breakfasts are amazing, and if you love a bit of reggae then they’ve got Reggae Sundays DJs downstairs from 7pm so grab a table.
If you’re on Ranelagh Street and you love pizza (do we really need to ask?) and a nice chilled place to eat it then don’t miss Dough Dough. They’ve got incredible thin-based Neapolitan-style pizzas, including a couple of wow white options like the truffle base one, and crust dips on the side.
PINS has already got us covered for games and rooftop drinks, and now it’s got a fantastic new food menu to go with them. Rocco’s is bringing day and night eats to PINS with hand-stretched stone-based pizzas, burgers, loads of little bites and sandwich classics like the PINS Social Club.
As well as the skating sessions going on at IWF’s rollerdrome, Factory Garden Cinema Nights are starting this Sunday with the David Bowie film Labyrinth showing at 7.30pm in the garden space. It’s free entry and you can get drinks and plant-based shakes and burgers to your table from Invisiburger.
Looking for something unusual to do with the kids this weekend? Get their brain cells working overtime – but in a fun way – with a visit to Quirky Quarter at the top of Duke Street. There’s loads of puzzles, weird and wonderful challenges and brain teasers, as well as major photo opps.
Now it’s July, summer drinks are definitely on and that means all the gins. Turncoat Bar at the Albert Dock has two-for-one cocktails and live music on Fridays, and gin of the week and pizza specials on Saturdays and Sundays. The Our Man in Sicily is perfect for sunny days.
If your wardrobe’s looking like it could do with emergency help now we can all go out again, get to John Lewis in Liverpool ONE because they’ve got personal stylists who can give you trend tips, for free, so you know what to go for.
There aren’t many nicer places to be on a Sunday morning than down at the Albert Dock, so treat yourself to breakfast at the Tate, from 10-12pm. Even if you’re not planning to go and see an exhibition, it’s a great place to go for a family-friendly brekkie, all locally-sourced and freshly made.
The Courtyard, which has amazing views of St George’s Hall, has had a refurb recently so it’s looking really lovely and there’s plenty of covered outdoor space as well as indoor if fancy al fresco drinks. It’s friendly, relaxed and the food’s good too, so you can’t ask for more than that.
Fancy burning off some energy with a bit of fun on the water? Wild Shore, on the dock between the Albert Dock and the Arena, is now open for some bouncy obstacle racing against your family or mates. If you want something less competitive, there’s stand-up paddle boarding and pedalos too.
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