Summer has arrived at Lock and Key with brand new cocktails, tasty all day dining options and a whole lot of Sipsmith Gin. Alongside these brand new menu additions, you can kick off your weekend with live music at Friday Night Blues and end on a high with Duke Street Jazz.
Lock and Key Hotel, Bar & Kitchen is now a firm fixture on Liverpool’s food and drink scene, with visitors leaving 5 star reviews for its food, drink, entertainment and stunning interior. Having thrown open it’s doors less than 9 months ago, the Duke Street bar and restaurant is the perfect place for brunch, after work drinks and Sunday lunch with the family.
We nabbed a pavement side table with General Manager Sean for a spot of people watching and to find out what’s on at Lock and Key this Summer…..
You post work Friday night drinks are sorted as Lock & Key offers its brand new 6 drink signature cocktail menu, bursting with flavour, plus another first, the ‘Sipsmith Summer Sipping Menu’ with a host of Sipsmith Gin and spritzers. Discover your favourite blend here.
If that wasn’t enough, you can kick back and sip to the sounds of Friday Night Blues with live performances from duo Louisiana, Tom Crofts and more from 9pm and it’s free entry too. Head to the official Lock and Key Facebook page here for details on this week’s line up.
Once you’ve devoured your Lock and Key Sunday Roast, kick back with a Sipsmith Spritzer and relax with Duke Street Jazz from 7-9pm. There’s live music from guitarist Matt Heery, Alan Jeffs and more and it’s free entry too.
Fancy getting involved? Lock and Key invites you to show off your skills at their Open Jam Sessions held on the last Friday and Sunday of the month. More details available here.
Nab yourself a window table and tuck into The Lock & Key (full English) or The Vegetarian for a hearty way to start your day, or check out the popular Eggs & Avocado or Eggs Royale for a dish that looks as good on your Instagram as it tastes!
If you’re still working on that summer body why not opt for the Acai Bowl or the Pineapple Vegan salad with a big old dose of added vitamin D thanks to the little suntrap seating area outside.
If like us you’ve given up on counting calories and want to indulge, you have to try the Maple Grilled Cheese Sandwich for a carb-loading hit that will keep you full up ’til tea time.
Lock and Key are also now serving up a traditional Sunday Roast. Available from 1-6pm every Sunday, you can enjoy a dish loaded with beef, chicken or nut roast and freshly prepared seasonal vegetables, 1 course is jus £11 or two courses with a starter for £14, and once you’re full up, why not kick back and stay on for Gin & Jazz to make an evening of it!?
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