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Where to dine differently in Liverpool

Baltic Market

From spicy pad Thai and towering burgers, to juicy fried chicken and grilled lobster tails, Baltic Market’s eclectic street food is lick-the-plate delicious. As for drinks, think frozen gin slushies, craft beers and artisan coffees (or espresso martinis, if visitors prefer): a great pairing with its live music and comedy nights.

The Vibe cafe’s all-vegan menu can intrigue even the most dedicated omnivore: think huge veggie breakfasts, hearty roast dinners, and nacho bowls piled high with guacamole, salsa and smoky jackfruit. It’s a friendly, family-run spot: ideal if visitors are dining with veggie pals, or just want to try something fresh and exciting.

Barnacle, a new brasserie in Duke Street Market, gives crab, clams and cockles a five-star twist, alongside meats, cheeses and veg sourced from nearby producers. For Latino cocktails and samba-themed afternoon tea, check out Alma de Cuba: it’s set in a beautiful converted church.

Alternatively, visitors can don their flat caps and pocket watches and aim for the Peaky Blinders pub: a 1920s-style ‘beermonger’ in Cains Brewery Village, inspired by the hit TV series.

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