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A Bloggers Guide to Liverpool’s Independent Arts Scene

Art in Liverpool editor Sinead Nunes takes us on a virtual tour of Liverpool, stopping off at some of the city’s top independent galleries and creative spaces. Look beyond the world famous Tate Liverpool and established galleries such as the Bluecoat … Continue reading

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Yellowman and Dillinger at District

Bob Marley once spoke of a prophecy, which said there is one type of music that will unite the people. Well, this is it. Reggae legends Yellowman and Dillinger took to the stage at District, in front of a huge … Continue reading

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Synaesthesia Feast: Project Zero at Camp and Furnace **

Synaesthesia: A condition in which one type of stimulation evokes the sensation of another, as when the hearing of a sound produces the visualisation of a colour. Billed as “an immersive and heightened dining experience”, we were excited to try out … Continue reading

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Puschka, Rodney Street, Liverpool *****

Nestled in the heart of the city’s independent district on Rodney Street, Puschka is a widely renowned and respected establishment, offering fine dining in a snug, yet chic environment. I find it brilliant that destination restaurants such as this offer … Continue reading

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The Interesting Eating Company, Allerton Road *****

Heading out for brunch this morning with a friend, I was suddenly overcome with dread: not another full English please! For years, I have scoured the city’s suburbs searching for a cafe that serves a more exciting alternative, and until … Continue reading

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Greendays Cafe, Lark Lane, Liverpool ****

After a busy morning exploring the city’s haberdasheries and antique shops, my friend and I decided it was time to feast. Greendays Cafe on Lark Lane is an old favourite, and like most eateries on The Lane, provides fresh, tasty … Continue reading

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The Academy Restaurant, Duke Street *****

Who could have possibly thought that an evening of cuisine foraged and prepared by a team of third year trainee chefs could be worthy of a five star review? When I heard about the Academy’s forthcoming event ‘The Gathering’, I … Continue reading

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Las Iguanas **

A cocktail-restaurant boasting a range of South American foods from Mexico to Brazil, Las Iguanas sadly disappoints. As soon as I entered, I knew Las Iguanas wasn’t for me. At the risk of sounding like a pensioner, for my birthday … Continue reading

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House, Bold Street Liverpool ***

A welcome addition to Bold Street’s renowned eatery district, House offers a range of food and drinks to suit a whole host of punters, though some adjustments need to be considered. Walking in, the first thing you notice is the … Continue reading

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Host, Liverpool *****

Host is a Pan-Asian restaurant situated in the heart of the city, on Hope Street. Boasting a menu that bursts with choice and variety, this was an obvious choice for a family meal. Having Host recommended to us by many … Continue reading

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