Liverpool is a glamourous and musical city full of trendy and exciting dining options for local and international business people alike.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site and with nearly as many museums and galleries as London, Liverpool is an incredible city attracting visitors from all over the world. So whether you’re looking to talk targets over a frothy macchiato, or exchange contracts over some Ä‚â‚¬ laĂ‚Â carte delights, you’ll find exactly what you need in Liverpool.
When the occasion warrants a tasty treat somewhere cheap and cheerful, the easiest option is always a high street chain restaurant, and Liverpool has plenty of them for you to choose from. If you want a lot of options in one space, take your colleagues to Liverpool One and you can choose from eateries such as; Wagamama (Japanese), Cafe Rouge (French), Costa (Coffee shop), EAT (sandwich shop), Starbucks (coffee shop), Pizza Express (pizzeria), Krispy Kreme (Cafe), Pret A Manger (coffee shop), TGI Fridays (American) and Las Iguanas (Latin). And if that’s not quite fitting the bill, consider taking your team out of the office and for a short stroll to La Tasca for some tasty Tapas, or pop into Caffe Nero for a relaxed latte and a chat.
Sometimes the business occasion warrants surprise, mystery and excitement, in which case you will want to book into one of the many delightful and unique eateries on offer in this wonderful city. The Brink offers diners a sociable and inclusive atmosphere and is ideal for clients who like eclectic food and would appreciate a vibrant atmosphere, it’s a completely dry bar as well so you won’t have to worry about any rowdy Rogers intruding on your meeting. For adventurous, rugged and real Mexican food, take your party to Lucha LibreĂ‚Â where you’re invited to eat a huge selection of street style food full of flavour. The late bar downstairs – Maya – makes it an ideal venue for a works party. For the really trendy, The Baltic Social is an eatery with a cool unique interior design – guests sit on cinema style seating – and a reputation for serving the best Sunday roast in town. Other great unique venues in Liverpool include; Chris’ Pop Up Kitchen, The Egg Cafe and OMG Raw Juice Bar.
When the occasion warrants the finest dining in high-end surroundings, you’ll need to tap into the world of Liverpool’s exquisite eateries, of which there are many.
Chaophraya is a great example of innovative Thai cooking served in absolutely beautiful surroundings. The ambience created in Chaophraya is second to none and private dining areas are available if you want to make sure your client is completely focused on your pitch and not someone else’s conversation. Restaurant Fraiche is somewhere to go if excitement and mystery is needed, as it provides truly cutting edge dishes which play with the senses as temperatures and textures are adjusted and toyed with to create eating sensations like none you’ve ever experienced before. And if you think clients might like a concept restaurant, look no further than Twenty-Eight Miles, a restaurant which uses produce purchased from within a 28 mile radius. This means you’ll be showing your client what local really means by taking them here. Expect to sample dishes such as; Welsh crab, beer beef and onion, spiced mallard breast and leg and pork two ways.