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Liverpool Food Markets you need to try

There is no better time to take advantage of the thriving and exciting Liverpool food market scene.

Whether you are looking for a long and firmly established Liverpool street market that offers consistency or one of the new collectives featuring innovative traders and local food manufacturers, we have included all this and a little more in this guide.

Blackstock Market

15 Blackstock Street, Liverpool L3 6ER

Liverpool Food Markets you need to try

There is a huge new market that has recently opened its doors, and that is Blackstock Market, which is also the new home of Hot Water Comedy Club. This new exciting market offers street food & drinks, live comedy, live music and live sports all spread across four theatres, including the world’s largest regular comedy club space.

This is now Liverpool’s largest food market, as well as the largest rooftop terrace which also houses a prohibition-themed whisky bar, a cocktail bar!

GPO Food Market

The Metquarter, 35 Whitechapel, L1 6DA

Liverpool Food Markets you need to try

Also known as Global Provision Outlet Food Market, the GPO is thought to be the second largest food market in Liverpool. Variety, they say, is the spice of life, and that is what you get when you go to GPO Food Market. 

12 individually selected independent kitchens serve a wide variety of different cuisines. While Greek Mythos offers a taste of Greece, Bella Ciao combines Italian and New York style pizzas, and Boba Chai offers world-famous bubble tea in various forms and flavours. And that’s only scratching the surface.

Renshaw Street Food Market

85 – 97 Renshaw Street, L1 2SP

Renshaw Street Food Market is a beautiful Liverpool street food market that offers an impressive selection of more than 12 world cuisine mini-restaurants. 

Whether you are looking for comforting and filling home-cooked Italian dishes, want to try some of the best sushi you have ever tasted, or enjoy Turkish, Mexican, Thai or Chinese, authenticity is one of the keys to Renshaw Street Market’s success. 

Set in a cosy environment with 650 square metres of dining space, this is an excellent and relaxing spot away from the hustle-bustle of the city.

Southport Market

King Street, Southport, PR8 1LA

One of the oldest Liverpool food markets, Southport Market, first opened in 1881 with a ceremony presided over by the then Earl of Derby. However, a fire destroyed the market a few decades later, in 1913, and it stayed that way until 1931 when it was rebuilt. 

To continue competing with more modern establishments, Southport Food Market has evolved and is now a hub for social eating inspired by European countries. It showcases locally sourced produce in a traditional Victorian seaside setting that feels like a step back in time.

Ormskirk Food & Drink Market

Moorgate, Ormskirk, L39 4RT

Liverpool Food Markets you need to try

Located in the pretty little town of the same name, one of the newest food markets is the Ormskirk Food and Drink Market. The tagline for this fresh new approach to the food market is “Eat. Meet. Play.” 

That is precisely what you can expect with a trip to this modern paradise for foodies that features 6 very different food traders offering mouthwatering food from around the world, two retail units, a full bar with live sports on all the time, immersive games to play with friends and live music at the weekend. What more could you ask for?

Duke Street Food and Drink Market

46 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1 5AS

Duke Street Market is one to add to your street food tasting bucket list.

The market is in a restored 100-year-old warehouse and home to the city’s finest independent brands. The market houses a 60-cover showpiece restaurant, 6 kitchens, a sushi bar and a variety of artisanal produce and speciality drinks, all of which offer a unique foodie experience!

Whilst the 40-cover restaurant offers a unique dining experience, the bar overlooking the open kitchen is the buzzing focal point of the venue, set on a mezzanine and sunny terrace, all overlooking the bustling food and drink market.

Baltic Market

Stanhope Street, Cains Brewery, Liverpool, L8 5XJ

Liverpool Food Markets you need to try

Opening the city’s eyes to what the food market scene is all about is the King of the crop, the Baltic Market. This food market is a gift that keeps giving. Located in the popular haunt Cains Brewery, the venue offers mouth-watering food, a great selection of drinks, live music, and events under one roof.

Proving that dining doesn’t have to be all about eating one particular type of food in one place, the Baltic continues to offer a variety of tasty food and drinks for all to indulge in. If you haven’t been to the original first-ever Liverpool food market yet, we advise you to add it to your “to-do” list.

As you can see, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to Liverpool Food Markets. No matter what flavours you are looking for or what new cuisine you want, visiting any of the best Liverpool Food markets featured in this guide will be rewarding for your tastebuds and stomach.


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