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Alma De Cuba
- Event Space
A heralded haunt in the heart of Liverpool, not only is Alma De Cuba a whirring complex of restaurant, bar and party palace, this venue holds its home in a cool conversion of the grandiose St Peter's Catholic Church.
Spaces upon spaces of stunning settings make up the beautiful bones of Alma De Cuba. From a charming, brick clad corner called the Lady Chapel that totes room for private 15 strong parties, and a grand, chandelier smothered restaurant that overlooks the carnival cool of The Alter, to bookable booths in the bustling bar below, Alma De Cuba is a destination unto its own. Primed for roaring carnival events, weddings and birthday parties alike, this city centre star is befitting of many an occasion.
With Hispanic and Cuba roots ringing true, those dining in the restaurant can get a deliciously ambitious fill of treats, whether that's lushing over Alma jerk chicken with naga chillies and coconut rice at £12.95, or tucking into honey and three pepper baby back ribs for the same price. Cocktail cavorting is also afoot at Alma, try their Red Neck Root Beer with bourbon and Jeremia Wood root at £7.00, or their Violet Martini with vanilla vodka, edible flowers and crème de violet at £8.00.
- Event Space , Restaurant Bar , Nightclub
- Something a little different , Private party , Chilling with mates
- Experience, Live Music
- Splash the Cash £££
- No trainers, No hoodies
- Party mash up , Live Music , House
- Smoking Area
Alma De Cuba, St Peter's Church, Seel Street, L1 4BH
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* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.
Customer Reviews (1)
Can I get an 'Amen': We Tried Alma de Cuba's combination of brunch and gospel choir
There was a time when the city of Liverpool was known for not much more than two rivalling football teams, girls who wear rollers in their hair as a mating tactic and the kind of clientele that ‘would rob the wheels off your car’. I put that last bit in inverted commas because as a Liverpool-born…