5 Best Places In Liverpool For A First Date

Dec 8th 2015 | liverpool | Written by Will Jamieson

Awkward silences, what to wear and where to go. It’s all well and good looking the part and blurting out the cheesy chat up lines but choosing the perfect place with the right ambiance can be the trickiest of them all. Here are five of the top places in Liverpool to take someone on a first date. Happy dating.

Empire, Seel Street
Empire is a mezzé of experiences from around the world, with each room dedicated to a country, allowing guests to experience current and diverse trends from all around the globe. Whether you’re partying LA style in Empire States, relaxing with a shisha on the Salam Courtyard, celebrating life in the luxurious Tsar Room or partying into the early hours in Dojo, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable night at Liverpool’s best late night destination.


 

Leaf, Bold Street
Leaf on Bold Street is a multi award winning teashop with a difference. The venue reguarly hosts art, music, club nights and boasts hundreds of varieties of tea, a delicious restaurant and great atmosphere.It's the perfect setting for a relaxed and trendy first date in Liverpool. 


 

Cafe Tabac, Bold Street
Well known for the three C’s; coffee, cocktails and cinema, Cafe Tabac is the closest to a continental experience you can find in Liverpool. The interior is reminiscent of the Nouvelle Vague period which will make you feel like you are 60’s Paris, you can’t get more romantic than that surely? We recommend the Espresso Martini!


 

The Quarter, Falkner Street
The Quarter is a vibrant restaurant on the cobbles of Falkner Street. Whilst being renowned for its food, the venue is also the perfect spot for a romantic evening. If you’re looking to impress but not overwhelm, The Quarter won’t disappoint. Whether you’re drinking lattes or sitting, soaking up the rays and sharing stories over Prosecco, you’ll certainly impress.


 

Berry & Rye, Berry Street
Berry & Rye is far from your usual bar in Liverpool. For a start, It is nowhere to be seen, hidden away like a speakeasy. After one or two knocks on the door you're greeted and sat down in the boutique, intimate venue. The Berry & Rye finds inspiration in Pre-Prohibition era-drinks, yet approaches its cocktails from an experimental, contemporary & culinary perspective. Exciting! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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