As I mentioned in my post about things to do in Liverpool this Autumn, The Giants are returning to Liverpool for the final time! If you’re planning to see the Giant Spectacular this weekend, here’s a round up of places to eat that are on the Giant’s route…
The upper story restaurant located in Beetham Plaza will be offering prime viewing opportunities on both the Saturday and Sunday as multiple Giants, including the mischievous giant dog Xolo, pass along The Strand. Check out my post from Pink Media’s Silk Rd Blogger Event to see what delicious tapas and gin serves Silk Rd have to offer.
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Delifonseca is set to welcome the return of the Giants with an all-day dockside celebration. With the Giants set to make their way along the waterfront and down Sefton Street between 10.15am and 4.00pm on Sunday October 7, the restaurant will be opening an hour earlier to kick-off the merriments. With service starting at 8am, guests can indulge in a proper breakfast to set them up for the day’s activities.
Delifonseca are doing an outdoor BBQ, just incase you get peckish while waiting for the Giants to stroll down Sefton Street.
The Brink is a wonderful dry bar and café, owned by national charity Action on Addiction, and will be serving up Giant Scouse Pie with Chips and Green Beans for £6.95 for local residents and tourists alike.
The Giants will be passing close to The Brink between 4.15pm and 7.15pm as they make their way from Princes Park to Queen’s Wharf for their evening sleep. As well as Giant Scouse Pie and Chips, The Brink will be serving its regular menu, featuring paninis, burgers, and meals for the little ones from their Kids’ Menu.
Multiple Giants, including the new Little Boy Giant, will be in and around the city close to Tiger Rock Hawker’s central location as they make their way through Castle Street, Dale Street and Victoria Street all day on Saturday October 6 between 10am and 5.45pm.
Spectators can work up an appetite following the Giants through Liverpool before heading to Tiger Rock Hawker on North John Street to enjoy some delicious, fresh East Asian cooking.
Wherever you see the Giants this weekend, make sure you don’t go hungry!
Information supplied by Pink Media but all opinions are my own