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Located on Liverpool’s Stanley Dock you’ll find the Titanic Hotel Liverpool in the site’s former North Warehouse. Aside from offering 4 star stylish accommodation around 5 minutes’ drive time from the city centre, the Titanic Hotel also offers a ‘theatre of food’ experience at Stanley’s Bar and Grill. Open kitchens allow you to watch as your food is prepared.
Stanley’s is a place where you and your friends, family, colleagues or even just your trusty newspaper or tablet can get together and enjoy delicious food prepared by a passionate team and feel at home.
If you’re looking for true Italian taste and enjoyment, Gusto is the place. It’s located in the pavilion of Liverpool’s Albert Dock and from the restaurant guests can overlook Tate Gallery. Its Con Amici (eating with friends) table seats up to 40 people and makes for the perfect location for any party or celebration.
Panoramic 34 is Britain’s tallest restaurant located on the 34th floor of the West Tower, it offers the most breath-taking views of not only Liverpool city centre but of the Welsh Hills and on a clear day even Manchester’s Hilton Hotel. At Panoramic you can enjoy lunch, fine dining or cocktails in the bar and enjoy the sights of the magnificent Liverpool skyline.
Blakes is a restaurant located on the ground floor of the fab four themed hotel, Hard Days Night Hotel. It gets it’s name from the celebrated artist, Sir Peter Blake, the creator of the iconic Sgt Peppers album cover artwork. Inside the restaurant guests will find wall to wall Beatles artwork. The restaurant is open to residents and non-residents.
Relax and enjoy a meal at the Bluecoat made from the best locally sourced seasonal produce. The creative setting provides wonderful city views where diners can explore the local contemporary art that adorns the walls alongside carefully selected music that fills the venue. Upstairs is right in the heart of cultural Liverpool and is the perfect place to entertain friends or enjoy a romantic meal.Buy tickets