Pre-theatre Liverpool

Zopaash Iqbal | Date posted - 01 Nov 2018
Looking for a pre-theatre feast? Let us help you out with our top picks of pre-theatre dining in Liverpool. You won’t need to rush around trying to find the nearest spot, you’ll be fed and watered just in time for curtains up.

Silk Road

Going shopping and then catching a show? Situated near the popular shopping destinations in Liverpool, don’t go hungry and stop off at Silk Road. Taking inspiration from the Silk Road trail, spanning three continents from the Pacific to the Mediterranean, the cuisine here is a mixture of your favourite foods. From the rich flavours of Italian cooking to the spicy tastes of Turkey, there is sure to be something here for all to enjoy.

La Finca Evissa

Ohhh we’re going to Ibiza! Ok not quite, but going to La Finca Evissa will make you feel like you’re halfway there. With Ibiza-inspired drinks, cocktails, and of course tapas on the menu, you can spend the whole evening here and party into the small hours just like on the White Isle.

London Carriage Works

Neighbours to the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and the Everyman Theatr,.The London Carriage Works is an award-winning restaurant serving delicious modern British dishes complemented by the use of local and fresh produce. You’re so close to all the action you can take your time and relax before the show starts.

The Refinery

Situated in the heart of Theatreland and the university district you’ll, find The Refinery, combining a friendly and relaxed atmosphere with the buzz of a city centre bar. Ideal for a bite during the day when the restaurant is bright and airy, or you can enjoy a more intimate affair in the evening when the candles come out. They also do a great pre-theatre offer from 4.30-6.30pm daily which is worth a look.

The Quarter

A family run restaurant, you’ll find The Quarter on the cobbles of Falkner Street in Liverpool. An Italian inspired venue, if you’re looking some authentic pre-theatre food in Liverpool then head here. Grab a quick freshly made pizza or have a sit down with tea and some homemade cakes before the show.


Named after the bohemian district in Paris, Le Marais, an area known for its cool bars and countless falafel shops, Maray aims to bring a piece of Paris to Liverpool. The trio behind Maray were so taken aback by the falafel and cocktails they tried in Le Marais that they had to bring this combo back with them. Serving small plates inspired by the flavours of the Middle East that you can wash down with lip-smacking cocktails, make sure you pay Maray a visit.
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