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.
The weather this Bank Holiday weekend was a dream, so I took advantage by doing some brunching in the sunshine at Bill's and Red Dog Saloon.
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...
East Avenue Bakehouse is a bakery that's so much more than the delicious bread and pastries it provides its customers. Serving seasonal specials, East Avenue Bakehouse is perfect place for any meal if you want fresh, local produce.
Constellations is an excellent venue in the Baltic Triangle. It's beer garden is a fabulous place to sit in warmer months, and they make great use of their space to host art exhibitions, DJ sets and gigs. Their weekend brunch club is every weekend from 10am to 3pm.