Bitesize News #20: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up (Nov 2017)

Bitesize News: Liverpool's Food & Drink Round-up Edition #20 November 2017 Words by Lawrence Saunders Swedish-style coffee shop to open on Woolton Road A new Swedish-inspired coffee shop is set to open on Woolton Road.‘Fika’ will serve traditional Scandinavian delicacies such as cinnamon rolls, Smørrebrød (open sandwiches) and chokladbullar (chocolate balls).Expected to open in early ... Read More...

Guinness World Record holding LEGO bridge to go on display in Liverpool

The world’s biggest LEGO bridge will go on display in Liverpool city centre next month.The Guinness World Record holding structure is 31 metres long and will be assembled from more than 200,000 individual bricks.Designed for the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and originally based at its Westminster headquarters, the three-meter ... Read More...

Best for celebratory fizz in Liverpool

There are few things more heavenly than a nice glass of bubbly. In Liverpool, there is an abundance of places where you can get some celebratory fizz. Whether it’s an intimate occasion you’re after or a more extravagant affair, we've put together a guide to Liverpool's best hotspots.TRATTORIA 51 Old Hall Street, ... Read More...

Restaurant review: Castle Street Townhouse, Castle Street, Liverpool

Castle Street Townhouse Castle Street, Liverpool Review by Lydia Connolly Castle Street Townhouse has all the makings of an early 19th Century members-only club with its dark green walls and leather upholstery; a perfect fit for the commercial district.However the restaurant is not without its modern quirks, with free cocktails offered to those who ... Read More...

Photography exhibition celebrates city’s commercial district

A photography exhibition celebrating Liverpool’s commercial district has launched at Our Lady and Saint Nicholas Church.The pictures on display are the winning entries from Liverpool BID Company’s ‘This Commercial Distract in Focus’ competition, which challenged entrants to capture street scenes from the area.The collection will be available to view at ... Read More...