If you're a couple of fromage fanatics, this is the quirky weekend tour of Liverpool for you. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through Liverpool's charming city streets to discover an array of delicious cheeses, from regional produce to continental classics, with a glass of fizz to finish.
Things To Do For Couples In Liverpool
Being in love isn't just great for, you know, all the obvious reasons, but also because there are so many places to spend time together. Whether you're soaking in the sights from some rooftop bars, immersing yourselves in a quirky activity or swanning about a festival of gin, this city proves that romance isn't boring. Take a look at our list of fun things to do in Liverpool for couples.
With the help of a YO! sushi master over at Liverpool ONE, you and your beau will learn the art of Japanese cooking. Perfect your knife skills and have a wack at creating sashimi, nigiri, maki and hand rolls, as well as enjoy tasty tipples and nibbles along the way.
Couples night out on the town? Over at Liverpool city centre cocktail bar Alcotraz, you and the other half can enjoy an evening sipping bespoke cocktails. But wait - there's a twist. First, you'll need to pop on orange jumpsuits, sneak in contraband liquor and grab a seat in your cell.
Wondering if there are fun things to do in Liverpool for adults? Be sure to test your team skills with Escape Hunt at the Royal Albert Dock. Not only will you be locked in a room with your beau for 60 minutes but you'll have to solve puzzles to solve the mystery and escape.
Cocktails, South American tapas, and salsa: Revolucion de Cuba is made for fun date nights in Liverpool. You can come here for some delicious Cuban food and a mojito while grooving to the live music, or even have a go at a salsa class together if you fancy something a little different.
An oldie but a goldie, nothing quite beats a romantic meal for two in the city. Cue Carpathia, who serve up a fabulous array of seafood delicacies and meat dishes, offering fine opulence and stunning views of the Liverpool skyline alongside it.
The Florist is definitely a go-to spot for those who love botanical themed bars and restaurants. Get that perfect 'Gram of their two full in-bloom trees in the grand entrance hall, or of the floral photo wall while enjoying some great food and drink.
Browns are pretty much the go-to for a romantic dinner, but what makes this place really special is their oysters and champagne night every Friday. So, if you're in the mood for an extra touch of opulence, make sure to experience it for yourselves.
From live comedy shows through to themed music events, Liverpool Naval Club is the go-to for fun nights out in Liverpool. With the chance to chow down on buffet food and delicious courses, as well as discos that take you into the early hours, this is one for a wild date night.
Treat your beau to a wild night of non-stop fun and games over at Pins Social Club. Nestled in the city centre, this raucous boozer lets you get into the competitive spirit with a load of activities, from bowling to pool, plus offers up tasty food and fantastic drinks.
If you're looking for fabulous entertainment then check out Magic on the Mersey at Aloft. You'll be able to watch world-class magician Steve Price turn ordinary objects into extraordinary memories with plenty of flowing drinks.
Find your salvation at Alma de Cuba, who are bringing you the holiest brunch around. A great couples activity in Liverpool, you can feast on a selection of Cuban brunch dishes all to the tune of a live gospel choir.
Sometimes evening plans are best, and if you're searching for things to do in Liverpool at night with your beau, be sure to head to Ex-Directory. This speakeasy spot is adorned with cool circular booths and offer an epic roster of cocktails and disco ball drinks.
Enjoy an evening together with Liverpool's finest comedy talent as you head to The Laughter House's comedy showcases. Chow down on a tasty meal while watching some of the best in the industry come together to tickle your funny bone.
If you're the kinda couple who likes to keep things chilled, NQ64 has got your back. With retro games (think Nintendo classics, arcade machines and the iconic Dance Dance Revolution) this old school favourite is the perfect place to hunker down themed cocktails as you get your game on.
Serving a mouthwatering menu full of delicious eats, it's no wonder why this is one of the best places for a romantic meal in Liverpool. Located on Sugnall Street, The Art School Restaurant has a fantastic range of British food that can be enjoyed in their stunning private dining room.