Formerly a place I spent my emo youth, Grand Central Food Bazaar is a beautifully restored Gaudi-themed building, filled with some of Liverpool's best food and drink vendors.
On Monday night I indulged in some drinking on a school night, and went to Forgot Marketing's Summer Gin Party at The Chancery. Gin is my favourite thing ever, so I could not wait to see what was on offer.
I'm interrupting my regular scheduled posting about food to blog about C A T S.
A few weekends ago I visited the Chilli Carnival at the Bombed Out Church. I feel like Liverpool's food & drink festival scene has really stepped up its game this year, and the Liverpool Chilli Carnival was no exception.
Tucked away off Duke Street, A Tavola is a little taste of Italy in the heart of Liverpool. We where invited to celebrate A Tavola's first birthday by the lovely Chris, who welcomed us with prosecco and explained what A Tavola is all about.
On Saturday I spent the day eating and drinking my way around the Liverpool Spring Food and Drink Festival at Sefton Park. The festival is a twice yearly event and I think it might be the Glastonbury of food festivals.
The weekend of 28th and 28th April, Sefton Park is host to something I like to call "Food Glasto", but it's official name is the Liverpool Spring Festival. Here is a preview of what is to come this year...