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This weekend in Liverpool we have got bouncy castles, Boyzlife, boss breakfasts and the perfect bottomless brunch. Scroll down and plan your Saturday and Sunday in the city.
If it’s a hearty breakfast you are looking for this weekend then get dock side and tuck into Mann Island Social, one of our favourite new waterfront venues. Open dusk until dawn, seven days a week.
The breakfast menu includes all your normal favourites and even a build-your-own breakfast sandwich option.
The Exhibition Centre Liverpool is about to be inflated for the weekend as the UK’s biggest indoor inflatable theme park arrives for the end of half term. There are five session on Saturday and four on Sunday with some tickets still available.
One of the UK’s best loved pop stars is back in Liverpool for his own gig at Invisible Wind Factory this Saturday. Example has a back catalogue filled with dance anthems including ‘Won’t Go Quietly’, ‘Stay Awake’ and ‘Kickstarts’.
We took the kids to see this show last weekend and their review was simple: “the best show we’ve ever seen!”.
Click your heels and follow Dorothy and the gang down the yellow brick road at Theatre Royal St. Helens, the last show is this Sunday at 12pm with two shows on Saturday too.
It’s been serving up delicious Italian cuisine since 1976 and to this day Casa Italia remains famous for its warm welcome, friendly atmosphere and high quality food – making it the perfect choice for lunch in the city this weekend.
The Museum of Liverpool’s latest exhibition takes you on a ride through time and gives you an insight into our rich transport history. From bicycles to horse drawn carriages, the exhibition features some of the larger objects in National Museums Liverpool’s collection. There are also some more modern vehicles which you may have seen on the roads, or even driven yourself!
It’s the restaurant that makes tasting menus and fine dining accessible for all, with a six-course taster menu for just £29 per person. And the best thing is the menu changes every six weeks. This time round the chefs take you on an adventure into the Alps. Inspired by charming Alpine towns and villages, ‘The Alps’ will whizz diners across the snow-kissed mountain-regions of France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Italy with each bite.
If you are a vegan you are in for a treat on Sunday at Baltic Market as their vegan extravaganza returns with a host of market stalls selling food, drink, beauty products, gifts and more. Doors open at 11am and it’s free entry.
If you’re avoiding the booze and wanting to keep fit this weekend then book your free classes with Workout Liverpool as they celebrate their second birthday. Workout Liverpool is based in Bootle and is Liverpool’s newest functional fitness gym that promises to bring the fun back too fitness.
Now this is a real carvery! The Horse & Jockey in Melling has to be one of the most friendly (and most tasty) locals in the city. Chef Adam Franklin serves up a delicious menu, seven days a week and on a Sunday it’s all about the roasties with 35 day aged roast beef, honey and mustard baked gammon, roast breast of Cheshire turkey and all the trimmings.
Liverpool’s first medieval themed pub is open now; slap bang in the middle or our bustling Mathew Street. Fast becoming THE place for live sport and live music, King John is named after the King who gave Liverpool its name back in 1207.
Fancy making a big splash this half-term? Grownups and children need to grab their wellies and head to Martin Mere, with daily winners and fantastic prizes for super splashes!
Sit back and relax at The Baltic with the new Xing Fu special Sunday menu at Lu Ban featuring inclusive drinks and continuous servings of food including Vegetable Dumplings with smoked bean curd, day lily, shitake and sesame dumplings.
Castle Street’s dedicated rum bar is back open for business this weekend serving up mouthwatering cocktails – including the Tropic Thunder which includes DMF Spiced Rum, Fresh Kiwi, Mango Puree, Apple Juice, Lime Juice.
If you love your boybands then get yourself to the M&S Bank Arena this Saturday as two of Ireland’s greatest exports come together. Keith Dufy from Boyzone, and Brian McFadden from Westlife are bringing you all of the hits indulging ‘Flying Without Wings’ and ‘No Matter What’.
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