Liverpool has now welcomed seven new food & drink venues to its portfolio for you to add to your socialising list.
From fancy cocktails, authentic tapas, beer halls to a Japanese Tea House, check out what’s new across the Liverpool City Region.
Metrocola 2 Leece Street, Liverpool
Leece Street is now home to Metrocola, a beer hall, cocktail bar, diner, and gig space all rolled into one!
Serving up cask and craft ales, Detroit pizza, tunes and live sports, the new venue boast four large rooms spread over two floors for all to enjoy.
The main focal points are the rooftop all glass ‘greenhouse’ with its retractable roof and the big yellow bar room with its wood burning fire and retractable roof.
Metrocola is open 7 days a week, from 12.00pm and 11.00am until late, and open until 4.00am Thursday-Saturday.
The venue is the perfect location for drinkers, eaters, gig goers and sport fanatics.
Follow @metrocola Barnacle Duke Street, Liverpool
Based in Duke Street Market’s mezzanine, Barnacle will feature contemporary cooking in an intimate Scouse brasserie. The culinary hideaway will focus on fresh, organic and free-range dishes; locally matched food and drink inspired by the port and its global history will be brought to life in dynamic meat, fish and vegan menus inspired by the markets and seasons.
Working with some of Merseyside’s finest local artisans, farmers and producers and telling the story of their origin from field to plate is integral to the collective’s ethos at Barnacle.
Barnacle will be open Wednesday and Thursday for dinner, Friday and Saturday lunch and dinner and Sunday long lunch.
For further information www.barnacleliverpool.co.uk Tapas Revolution Queen Square, Liverpool
New Tapas Bar & Restaurant, Tapas Revolution is bringing
traditional, authentic tapas, to Queen Square.
The new look and concept are reminiscent of airy, modern-day Barcelona or Ibiza, and will be offering an all-day dining experience.
Alongside the traditional Tapas favourites, Paella’s that are packed full of flavour take centre stage, with a range of larger sharing plates and main courses, including 12-hour slow-roasted Iberian pork shank served with piquillo peppers and green beans, marinated chicken in a lemon and garlic glaze, skewered with onion and mix peppers and served with garlic crushed potatoes.
Tapas Revolutions prides itself on offering a wide range of Spanish drinks, so you’ll find a whole range of Sangria, there is also a selection of Gin & Tonics, cocktails, wines (including sparkling wines from the Cava region of Spain), beers, spirits, soft drinks, and coffees.
For further information visit
tapasrevolution.com River North Liverpool 37-43 Berry Street, Liverpool
Berry Street has welcomed neighbourhood pub River North with welcome arms, a place full to the brim with brilliant beer, classic cocktails, delicious food and world class wines.
Offering beautiful brunch, a Chicago inspired grill menu and crafted cocktails, River North is one to add to places to visit on your next social gathering.
Brunch menu includes American pancakes, Croque Madame, River North Breakfast Sandwich as well as veggie and vegan breakfast options. Topped off with Brunch cocktails such as Breakfast Martini, Morni’ Groni and Bloody Mary.
The venue also has their expert mixologists at hand for visitors to take part in their masterclasses, which includes a glass of Prosecco on arrival and also learn how to make 2 cocktails using modern day bartending techniques.
Follow @rivernorth_liverpool Tsujiri Liverpool 29e Hope Street, Liverpool
Japanese Matcha Dessert Tea House, Tsujiri has now landed on Liverpool’s much-loved Hope Street bringing everything MATCHA!
The tea house serves authentic Japanese matcha products such as matcha latte, ice cream, cheesecake and bubble tea. Sweet tooth lovers will enjoy the menu selection of treats such as Matcha Mochi Parfait, Chocolate Tart, Bubble Sundae, Shiratama Sundae.
Drinks selection includes Matcha Cappuccino Hot/Ice, Japanese Tea Hot/Ice, Matcha Bubble Milk Tea, Matcha Latte Hot/Ice, Kuromitsu Kinako Latte Hot/Ice, as well as ice blends and shakes.
Tsujiri is open Sunday- Thursday from 12.00pm-22.00pm, Friday-Saturday 12.00pm-22.30pm.
Follow @tsujiri_liverpool Casa Roni Mather Avenue, Allerton, Liverpool
Love Italian cuisine? Then it will be music to your ears to hear of a new dining experience heading to Allerton.
Casa Roni located on Mather Avenue, will be offering delicious food and wine derived from across Italy’s twenty regions. With products carefully sourced from Italy such as traditional buffalo mozzarella, premium soft scoop ice cream to artisan meats, dinning at Casa Roni is sure to be Bellissimo!
The menu boasts an array of dishes such as King Prawn Linguini, Crab & Lobster Ravioli, Risotto De Mare, Pollo Cramoso, Pollo Peri Peri, Seafood Platter, along with a range of fire over pizzas to choose from.
Dining is set out over two floors, with décor including twinkling lights, Casa Roni it set to be a firm favourite on the dining scene.
Follow @casaronii Kitchen54 54 Eccleston Street, Prescot
Eccleston Street in Prescot has welcomed new kid on the block Kitchen 54 to its growing selection of food and drink venues. offering street food, cocktails, acoustic music and pub quizzes to get competitive to win prizes, Kitchen 54 is the new place to socialise.
With 12 amazing cocktails to work your way through, indulge in specials such as ‘Queen of Hearts’ and ‘Black Jack’, the 2 cocktails for £10.00 between 5pm-7pm Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays are sure to be SNAPPED! Up.
Sundays are Kitchen54 Pub Quiz night, where teams from two players up to six can battle it out to bag themselves a prize and forfeits for last place. Entry price for quiz sees a percent go to Papyrus charity.
Street food includes Burritos, Gyros, Cubano’s and Dirty Dogs.