Food & Drink
This week in Liverpool 25th February – 3rd March 2019
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March madness hits the city this week with plenty of music, food, theatre, comedy and of course derby day action.
This week in Liverpool is bursting with events and activities and seeing as the good weather is set to stick around, why not take the opportunity to have a mooch around the markets, update your wardrobe or enjoy an al fresco lunch? Okay dining outside might be a bit ambitious but with Global Scouse Day 2019 sweeping the city on Thursday, just make sure you’re hungry!
Here’s what’s on this week in Liverpool….
Monday 25th February
Rapide Lunch at Bistro Franc, Hanover Street
Did you know you can enjoy a two course lunch at Bistro Franc for just £10.50? The menu changes every week and serves up fresh, tasty dishes to suit all tastes. The prawns and quinoa gets our thumbs up! Menus and more here.
Fill A Bag, Leaf on Bold Street
Bags at the ready ladies as Leaf on Bold Street hosts another Fill A Bag event with the Whitechapel Centre. It kicks off at 6pm, fill a bag for £10 and do your bit for an amazing charity. Info here.
Movie Night at The Viking Pub & Bakehouse, West Kirby
There’s two packages on offer at The Viking movie night on Monday. Mates Date which includes bottomless soft drinks, popcorn and pizza or date night which includes house wine, popcorn and pizza. Book yours here.
Tuesday 26th February
The Bodyguard, Liverpool Empire Theatre
Calling all Whitney fans, this is a must-see! The international, award-winning smash-hit musical based on the blockbuster film, The Bodyguard is at the Liverpool Empire from 26th Feb until 9th March and stars Alexandra Burke. Tickets and info here.
BEAT Tour, Crazy Pedro’s, Parr Street
Crazy Pedro’s is hosting the BEAT Tour on Tuesday from 1pm so whether you’re in hospitality or just like a tipple go check this out. There’s 3 seminars planned and plenty of drinks. More info here.
Scandi & Chill at Skaus, HUS
Nothing spoils your Friday like realising its only Tuesday! Luckily the guys and girls at Skaus are serving up plenty of insanely good Scandi cuisine at HUS, Tithebarn Street, that’ll restore your chill. Menus and more here.
Wednesday 27th February
Palm House Yoga, Palm House Sefton Park
Sticking with chill, why not head to the Palm House, Sefton Park and invest in some me time with a bit of yoga. Start your day with some gentle stretching at one of the city’s most beautiful venues. Info here.
Fyre Festival 2.0 Launch, 24 Kitchen Street
Not 100% sure this one is going to go down but if you watched the famed Netflix documentary and you’re still interested, click here to find out more about Merseyside’s most exclusive party.
Game Of Thrones Quiz Night, The Shipping Forecast
Alright all your GoT super fans, lets see what you’ve got. Get down to The Shipping Forecast from 7pm on Wednesday and smash the No Wave Quiz to win a £100 cash prize! More info here.
Thursday 28th February
Global Scouse Day 2019
It’s back! Global Scouse Day will sweep the region (and the world, obvs) on Thursday and alongside the brilliant GSD Party at the Palm House, we’ve listed our top places to indulge in the best thing since crusty bread. Head this way to plan your GSD.
Afternoon Tea & Make Up Masterclass with Charlottle Tilbury
There’s a chance to pick up some trade secrets and skills from the one and only Charlotte Tilbury at Jam Restaurant, Sir Thomas St this week. Afternoon Tea and a make up masterclass is served from 7pm. Tickets here.
Record Store Day UK Launch Party, Jacaranda Records Phase One
Jacaranda Records Phase One is hosting the Record Store Day UK Launch Party on Thursday night from 6pm with Gazelle and Seafoam Green. The whole night is devoted to vinyl, album releases, raffle, you name it. More info here.
Friday 1st March
X Factor Live Tour, M&S Bank Arena
X Factor fans are in for a treat this week and the M&S Bank Arena hosts the X Factor Live Tour 2019. Hosted by Becca Dudley, you get to choose your winner from each show. Tickets and info here.
80’s Mania, St Helen’s Theatre Royal
If you’re into 80’s bangers, there’s an unmissable night at St Helen’s Theatre Royal this Friday. 80’s Mania brings all your fave tributes; tributes to Duran Duran, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Culture Club, Madonna, Wham!, Nena, Toni Basil, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and more. Tickets and booking info here.
BASSHUNTER Live, Hangar 34
The 90’s & 00’s club tour brings none other than BASSHUNTER to Liverpool’s Hangar 34 on Friday night for a live show. Tickets here.
Saturday 2nd March
Pretty Green Sample Sale, The Beatles Store
Fancy a Pretty Green bargain this weekend? Head to The Beatles Store, North John Street to enjoy up to 80% off past collections and unique one-off samples. Info here.
Madhatters Tea Party, The Shankly Hotel
This adult-only event at The Garden of Eden, The Shankly Hotel will transport you to a colourful wonderland, with delicious food, live music and performances that will spark your imagination. More info and tickets here.
Style Pop Up at The Florist, Hardman Street
One for the fashionistas! The Florist is hosting a style pop up event from 12pm on Saturday featuring tonnes of fabulous brands including Jade Ella, The Crystal Club and more. Free entry. Details here.
Sunday 3rd March
Fair Trade Market, Baltic Market
Families and dogs are all welcome at the Fair Trade Market from 11am on Sunday down at Baltic Market. Pair up a mooch at the regions finest traders with a bite to eat and wander among the vintage shops (or watch the Derby, details below). Info here.
Merseyside Derby Day, The Tank Room
Here we go again! It’s all eyes on Goodison this Sunday as the Merseyside Derby kicks off at 4:15pm. If you haven’t got a tickets for the game head to The Tank Room, Cain’s Brewery Village to watch all the action on the big screen. Info here.
Mark Watson, The Infinite Show, Epstein Theatre
If you like your stand up comedy with a side of breathless ranting, this is the show for you. Comedian Mark Watson plays the Epstein Theatre on Sunday with his ‘The Infinity Show’ tour. He’s a dad on a mission to understand the world his kids are growing up in and he’s not happy. Tickets and booking here.
If you’re out and about this week or planning your commute to or from work, travel with Merseyrail is cheaper than you think. Check out the ticket prices and journey planner here.