See our video services!
At The Guide Liverpool, we’ve been helping businesses promote themselves and reach new clients and customers for years. Our professional video crew can help you increase engagement, interaction and revenue by presenting your business to a wide audience with a creative, exciting promotional video for use on multiple online channels.
A three-course meal, a fab afternoon tea, or an Abba-fest? There’s loads to choose from.
So for those still pondering what to do this Mother’s Day, here’s a few fab ideas (and don’t forget, the best bit is you get to go too!).
For the ultimate Mother’s Day lunch, Lerpwl’s luxury three-course Sunday Sharing menu is just the thing to help celebrate your special person. You can enjoy a fine-dining experience from £50 per person with a magnificent menu which includes Dry-Aged Roasted Duck, Line Caught Sea Bass or BBQ Aubergine.
You can dance, and you can jive – because Camp and Furnace is hosting an ABBA-themed brunch this Mother’s Day with a tribute band, bottomless prosecco and more.
The ‘Mam-and-me-ah’ event will feature live performances from ABBA Revival Tribute, and you can sing along to the group’s greatest hits. Each person gets to enjoy one brunch dish, 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, and a selection of beers and soft drinks. (Note – it’s for 18s and over only and costs £36 plus booking fee!)
Less of a menu more of a massive Mother’s Day party! Scouse Ma is taking a break from social media for the night to throw what’s shaping up to be Liverpool’s biggest, Scousest Mother’s Day party. She’s taking over Invisible Wind Factory on Sunday March 27 alongside Ultrabeat and a line-up of DJs, games, prizes and lots of surprises.
You can book your tickets here.
Get those flares from the back of the wardrobe and join Revolution for a 70s/80s-themed Boozy Boogie Brunch. From £40 per person, you can indulge in 90 minutes of bottomless drinks accompanied by a delicious brunch dish to get those tastebuds tingling. There’s a DJ, dancers and Mother’s Day treats on offer, so prepare to dance the day away in this Boogie Wonderland.
Because she deserves the best! 30 James Street invites you to a luxury afternoon tea in the Grand Hall this Mother’s Day, where you’ll receive a cocktail on arrival, before sitting down to live entertainment and luxury afternoon tea for £29.95.
Oh, we’re loving a bit of the Abba this Mother’s Day!! Murphy’s Distillery & Bar is also hosting an afternoon tea with a scouse twist and an ABBA tribute band on March 27.
Waterloo Live will be entertaining guests while they’re treated to an afternoon tea Scouse-style with Scouse Balls, Peawack Puffs, Dockers Lunch (bread with ham, cheese and pickles), and Knotty Ash Jam Butties – fresh from the Jam Butty Mines – along with dessert of Liverpool Judy, Wet Nelly, and scone with jam and cream – well, no afternoon tea would be complete without a scone!
It costs £35 per person, and Murphy’s Gin will be served in a China teacup!
Visitors to Catalonian-inspired restaurant, Lunyalita can enjoy the sun-drenched scents of the region with the views overlooking the rippling waters of the Dock. They’ve got cook from home Mother’s Day gourmet banquets from £79, and mums dining at the restaurant will recieve a gifted box of chocolates to make them feel extra special.
You can tuck into a sumptuous afternoon tea on Mothering Sunday in the elegant setting of Stanley’s Bar and Grill, overlooking Stanley Dock. It starts at £23 per persono for a traditional afternoon tea of finger sandwiches, freshly-baked scones and cakes, with the option to add prosecco for an extra £5, all from 12:30pm-5pm.
Ooh, now here’s where you can really treat your mum, courtesy of super chef Paul Askew.
The £55 per person menu consists of locally sourced ingredients that celebrate the city’s maritime soul and history, and includes a glass of Henners Brut on arrival, an amuse bouche, starter, main course, pre-dessert and dessert.
Laugh your way through Mother’s Day with Turncoat’s Comedy Basement. Enjoy an evening packed with stand-up performances from Katie Tracey, Adam Staunton and more from the comfort of a private table, and with pizza from Volta Gabbana and a welcome drink for £20 per person.
Whoever you’re celebrating with this Mothering Sunday, you can savour the flavours of their succulent steaks and sweet treats alongside a menu of special Mother’s Day cocktails, including Bombay Bramble Gin Spritz, Strawberry Sling and the Classic Mojito.
Head to the Hilton Hotel this Mother’s Day to enjoy a special Afternoon Tea with sandwiches, fruit scones, sweet treats, a glass of fizz and unlimited tea and coffee.
There’ll be live music throughout the afternoon from 1pm – 4pm. Price is £25.99 per person, and to book email [email protected] or call 0151 708 4200.
This Greenbank Park gem is offering a three-course set menu this Mother’s Day with starters including grilled scallops, and mains including rump steak burger, seabass fillet, chicken with triple cooked chips, and butternut squash risotto.
There will also be a selection of desserts and pink fizz and nibbles on arrival, and you’ll be entertained with live music from Ni Maxine and Bethannie Hare throughout the afternoon. To book – £40 per person – call 0151 319 2366.
Take your partners please for a Mothering Sunday event that’s strictly fun! LEAF in West Kirby is hosting a Ballroom and Brunch event which includes a one-hour dance class with choreographer James Wilson.
Enjoy fun on the floor, followed by a two-course brunch with a glass of prosecco or non-alcoholic elderflower fizz. It starts at 10am, and is £25 per person. To book, call 0151 558 0521 or email [email protected].
The Old Hall Street venue can’t wait to welcome you to its Mother’s Day Brunch from 11am until 2pm.
Guests can look forward to a two-course menu and a Mum-osa or non-alcoholic elderflower fizz on arrival, along with music from Victoria Sharpe on the grand piano. A Slower Space from Penny Lane will there with a pop-up flower stall, and Daughter of Dawn will be hosting a modern calligraphy workshop on the mezzanine level.
The Mother’s Day brunch is £20 per person. Call 0151 227 4810 or email [email protected] to book.
If your mum’s got a competitive streak then she’ll love this one, but just a tip – let her win (at least today?!). PINS have got a special Sunday Feast on March 27 and they’ll be celebrating everything ‘mum’.
Treat her to a sharing traditional roast served on large copper trays, piled high with giant Yorkies and gallons of luscious gravy, all against a backdrop of live music from its house band. Every mum booked into Feast gets a free glass of fizz – AND they’ll also bowl free (up to two mums per booking – subject to availability.)
Sunday Feast runs from 1pm-5pm with limited walk-ins available, but booking is recommended to avoid disappointment and ‘being in the dog house for the rest of the year’.
Tempest is serving bottomless brunch from 10am until 2pm on Mothering Sunday – so you can tuck into a brunch dish of your choice and enjoy bottomless cocktails for an hour and a half.
It costs £35 per person and there’s loads of lovely dishes to choose from like Liberty, a meatless wonder of poached egg, Tempest potato hash, sautéed mushroom, cherry tomato, halloumi, homemade vegetarian sausages and baked beans, or a cream cheese and salmon bagel, with the ultimate combination of thick cream cheese, tomato and ribbons of fresh smoked salmon.
Celebrate Mother’s Day at Free State Kitchen and mum will be delighted when she gets an Aperol Spritz or a Gin Balloon on the house.
And of course she can feast on the Maryland Street’s delicious American-inspired menu which includes the best Boston Clam Chowder, Maryland Crab Cakes and award-winning burgers.
It’s time to dig out the shoulder pads and join Lady Sian at the Hope Street fave’s Psychic Drag Bingo for this year’s Mother’s Day lunch.
For £25 per person, you get a three-course lunch, Gin serve – and psychic bingo! To book go to www.frederikshopestreet.com or call 0151 708 9574.
Decisions, decisions – but you know she’ll love both! Dash have got a choice of champagne afternoon tea or an exclusive three-wave Sunday lunch on Mother’s Day, both at £37.50 per person.
To book, and get in her good books, go to www.dashrestaurants.co.uk or give them a call on 0151 236 2265.
Sign up with us to receive the latest news, straight to your inbox!