Global Scouse Day 2017: Here’s the plan ahead of the big day
7 years ago
Calling all Scousers, near and far! The 5th annual Global Scouse Day is ON!
Whether you’re a chef, a business owner or simply just a lover of our city’s favourite dish, here’s all the Who, What, Where, When and Why info you need to get involved with Global Scouse Day 2017, it’s going to be awesome!
On Tuesday 28th February the city, the country and the universe will be celebrating our Ma’s best loved dish and on top of that here at The Guide Liverpool we will be dedicating our entire days output to the good stuff, of course we are talking SCOUSE!
So What’s Going On?
Global Scouse Day is a not-for-profit, community-driven project that aims to bring people together from around the world to celebrate Liverpool culture by making, eating and sharing a bowl of scouse. It doesn’t matter whether you go out to eat, get everyone round to yours, or make just enough for one, its all about eating scouse and being proud!
Why Get Involved?
This year Global Scouse Day has partnered with the Woodlands Hospice Charitable Trust, an organisation that is committed to delivering specialist palliative care to those with cancer and other life limiting illnesses.
Some Global Scouse Day participants, whether it be canteens, pubs, cafes or restaurants, have pledged to donate a percentage of their Scouse sales on the day to Woodlands Hospice and so once again our city has the chance to come together to support those in need.
When is it Happening?
Global Scouse Day 2017 takes place on Tuesday 28th February (which also happens to be Pancake Day) so that’s your two course dinner sorted! Some participating outlets are putting scouse on their menu for the entire week, so if you can’t get out on Tuesday for a bowl, scroll down to find out where your nearest outlet is and check availability. Scouse tastes good every day of the week anyway.
Where Can You Get Involved?
While Liverpool is the focus of Global Scouse Day 2017, the aim to get as many scousers living in other cities and countries, around the world to stick a pan of scouse on and invite people to sample our traditional, warming, signature dish. Alternatively, if you’re living in a climate where the essential scouse ingredients aren’t available, why not make up a new recipe?
Tweet us your around the world scouse pics to @TheGuideLpool and don’t forget the official hashtag #GlobalScouseDay
Who’s Serving Up on the Big Day?
There are bucket loads of Liverpool eateries taking part in Global Scouse Day 2017, some sticking to traditional recipes, cooking up beef and potatoes and some mixing it up with their own contemporary twist including Mexican, Japanese and veggie varieties on offer. Check out the cheesy scouse fries from Slims Pork Chop Express above! Now that’s definitely new. The Old Stables are the latest restaurant to sign up to the challenge, giving fans the opportunity to enjoy a big bowl of warming scouse in the tree-lined tranquillity of Allerton Manor.
Check out the full list of venues taking part so far….
60 Hope Street · 701 · 92 Degrees Coffee · Aigburth Hall Nurseries · Albina · Almond Restaurant · American Pizza Slice · Annie’s Tea Rooms · Appebite · Art School Restaurant Liverpool · Aubergine Café · Bagelry · Baltic Fleet · Baltic Social · Bistro Franc · Bistro Jacques · Bistro Pierre · Blackburne House Cafe Bar · Blackburne Pub & Eatery · Bluecoat · Boot Room Cafe, Anfield Stadium · BrewDog Liverpool · Button Street Smokehouse · Buyers Club Music · Café Tabac · Cafe 23 @ Penny Lane · Caffe Cream of New Brighton· Caledonia Liverpool · Cargo Liverpool · Castle St Townhouse · CAU Liverpool · Cavern Pub · Challains Deli · Chancery · Chicha – Peruvian Street Kitchen · Circo · Claremont Farm · Clockworks · Coffee Exchange · Coopers Coffee Shop · Corner Room Café & Bar ·Cow & Co Cafe · Croxteth Park Farm · Cuthbert’s Bakehouse · Delifonseca · Dovedale Social · Dr. Duncan’s · East Avenue Bakehouse · Egg Café · Ego Restaurant Liverpool · Estaban Lark Lane · Ethical Glass · Etsu · Everyman Bistro, Street Cafe & Theatre Bar ·Filter & Fox · Florrie · Fly in the Loaf · Fredericks · Free State Kitchen Liverpool · Fruit + Fibres Canteen & Craft Workshop · Fuel Station · GIFT Café · Grasshopper Micropub · Hand in Hand Brixton · Hanover Street Social · Hard Day’s Night Hotel · Hayloft Tea Shop ·Hightown Pub · Hillbark Hotel, Wirral · Hole In The Wall Cafe · Homebaked Anfield · Hope and Anchor · Horse and Jockey Pub · Horseshoe in Clerkenwell · Hub Liverpool · HUS · HUSSS Sandwich Co. · James Monro Pub Liverpool · Leaf Tea Shop · Liverpool Bierkeller · Liverpool Pub · Lodge Lark Lane · London Carriageworks · Lucha Libre · Lunya · Ma Boyle’s Alehouse & Eatery · Ma Egerton’s Stage Door · Mackenzies Whisky Bar · Maggie Mays Cafe · Malmaison Hotel, Liverpool · Manhattan Bar & Grill · Maray · Meat Factory · Merseyside Maritime Museum · Miyagi · Monro · MPW Steakhouse Bar and Grill · Murphys Town Hall Tavern · Neighbourhood Cafe Liverpool · Nolita Cantina · Old Blind School · Old Stables at Allerton Manor · Olive Restaurant & Bar Liverpool · One Melling Road · Onion Deli · Otterspool Adventure Centre · Paloma · Parnells Bar Waterloo · Pen Factory · Peter Kavanagh’s · Pork Chop Slims · Pig & Whistle, Liverpool · Princess Pub & Grille · Pullman Liverpool · Q’s Sandwich Bar · Quarter · Rack & Dollar · Raj Express – Liverpool · Red Door Liverpool · Red Lion · Refinery Liverpool · Refreshment Rooms · Richmond Pub & Hotel · Rockin’ Food · Roja Pinchos · Rum Warehouse, Stanley Dock, Liverpool · Rumi By Bukhara · Salthouse Bacaro · Sandwich Stop · Santa Maulco ·Satterthwaites Bakehouse · Schmooze Liverpool · Sekforde Arms · Seven Zero One Bar & Base · Ship & Mitre · Siren · Soul of Bold St · Spice Lounge Albert Dock · Spire Restaurant · Square Bistro Allerton · Stamps Bar · Suites Hotel · Tapas Tapas – Waterloo · Taste Sandwich Bar · Teddy’s Coffee & Wine Bar · Thomas Rigby’s · Vale House Café · Village Tea Rooms · Vincent Cafe & Cocktail Bar · Welsford Restaurant Liverpool Cathedral · Wooden Spoon · Yacht Club Liverpool · Ye Hole in Ye Wall · Yellow Sub Play Centre · Ying Wah · Yukti The Art Kitchen
Also make sure you check out the annual SCOUSE OFF from 3pm at 60 Hope Street where some of the city’s best venues and chefs are going head to head to win ‘best scouse in town’.
Then in the evening it is the 4th annual Global Scouse Day cocktail competition, this year at 81ltd on Seal Street from 10pm.
Here’s how you come into the equation. Sign up! If you’re a chef or caterer who would like to get involved, simply click here to register, download your very own Global Scouse Day poster and start sharing your preparation photos on social media using the #GlobalScouseDay
Do you love scouse? Good, then go out and eat as much of it as you can this Tuesday while simultaneously raising much needed funds for this year’s GSD nominated charity, the Woodlands Hospice Charitable Trust. Share you pics and videos on twitter too, follow @GlobalScouseDay or head to www.globalscouseday.com for more information.
Give It A Go at Home
If you’re having a crack at making scouse for the first time, check out this great tutorial and recipe from the team at Global Scouse Day on how to make the best pan of scouse ever…..you can’t go wrong!
Global Scouse Day 2016 was a HUGE Success
And as ever, we’ll be at the forefront of the action here at The Guide Liverpool with our annual Global Scouse Day Tour as we attempt to beat our 2016 bowls of scouse total! We’ll be bringing you live updates throughout the day on Twitter and Facebook, from as many different outlets as possible, showing you exactly what’s on offer and most importantly, how good it tastes! Here’s how Jay an Ellie got on last year, setting the bar high for the crew this time around.