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Nothing goes better with sunshine than cocktails on an outdoor terrace, so if you’re planning on getting out to celebrate the first steps to post-lockdown freedom, here are 8 places in Liverpool city centre with amazing cocktail menus to try now …
New for this spring/summer, Boujee restaurant and bar in Liverpool ONE has opened an outside space, Boujee in the Park. The Chavasse Park terrace comes complete with lots of pink flamingos, picnic tables and seating, parasols and deckchairs – there’s even a giant pink lipstick, perfume bottle, handbag and hairdryer to create the perfect super-glam Insta backdrop.
Right opposite the Liver Building, so you won’t get a much better view with your drinks than that, Liberte rooftop bar has reopened and is serving all day. It’s taking bookings for rooftop tables in two-hour time slots for a maximum of six people. No heaters but lots of blankets so you can wrap up when it gets chilly.
Fancy some Ibiza tunes with your cocktails to get you in the mood for summer and (just maybe) a holiday? If so the Eden Gin Skybar at the Shankly hotel’s the place to head. Book a rooftop table, or take your chances with walk-ins, and get a few passion fruit caipirinhas and strawberry daiquiris in the sun.
Feels like the right time to try out some new spritzes don’t you think? If you’re looking to mix it up from the usual Aperol, FIVE rooftop bar at Seel Street Hotel has a dedicated spritz menu alongside its regular cocktail one so you can find your new favourite … a grapefruit and rose maybe? (Also pictured at top of article)
Back on the waterfront, with that incredible Three Graces view, Oh Me Oh My has reopened its gorgeous roof garden Goodness Gracious Me. Weather permitting, it’s open again from 12 noon every day with a new drinks menu – maximum six per table. They’re not taking reservations for the roof garden at the moment, it’s only walk-ins.
The PINS Rooftop on Duke Street is back open and the drinks are flowing.
— The Guide Liverpool (@TheGuideLpool) April 12, 2021
The rooftop bar at PINS Social Club on Duke Street is the ideal place for a long-overdue catch-up with mates. There’s loads of picnic bench seating, well spaced out, and a cocktail menu just begging to be worked through. It’s open from early afternoon to 10pm, walk-ins only, for outdoor games plus cocktails and pitchers of sangria.
Clubs might still be waiting to get everyone in and on the dancefloor again, but that hasn’t stopped Heaven bringing a fabulous bit of Liverpool drag back onto Victoria Street. Get outside and have an absolute ball – what it lacks in rooftop location, Heaven definitely makes up for in amazing sidewalk looks. Outdoor drinks with the girls from 1-10pm.
Want to look at the Liver Building from the other side? Head up to the rooftop terrace at Matou Thai restaurant and bar and you’ll get a great Pier Head perspective. It’s open now, no bookings needed, tables are first come, first served. They’ve got a massive cocktail menu including French, espresso, chocolate or chilli & passion fruit martinis.
Not open just yet, but coming very soon is The Terrace at Dash on Victoria Street – a new outdoor space seating up to 45 which will have a new terrace menu and is due to open in May. Dash’s signature New York-inspired cocktails and all the classics in the sun will be worth the wait.
Over on Tithebarn Street, we’ll soon be enjoying cocktails up on the roof at Tempest at Tithebarn. It’s looking like a May opening for this one, where Hus used to be, and you can choose between climbing to the roof or keeping your feet on the ground for drinks on the street level terrace.
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