If you want a fun birthday meal in Liverpool, look no further than Wahaca. This quirky bar excels at bringing the culture of Mexico to life by delivering on plates of delicious food, with everything from tacos and black bean fajitas to nachos, all in a bright, fun environment. Then, after your meal, you can make your way up to their rooftop bar for a glass or two of wonderful mescal and tequila cocktails.
Birthday Restaurants in Liverpool
It’s your big day, your friends and family are all ready to celebrate with you, but you’ve got one problem: where in Liverpool should you eat for your birthday? With so many great restaurants, from Mexican street food party venues to restaurants where you can watch a fire eater while you eat, you shouldn’t struggle to find a place for your birthday meal. Especially if you follow our advice in this recommended list of the best birthday restaurants in Liverpool.
Taking inspiration form the glamorous restaurants found in New York, Las Vegas or Miami, Neighbourhood offers a more glitzy approach to birthday restaurants in Liverpool. Their eclectic brasserie-inspired menu will please pretty much all of your guests, with everything from sushi platters to beef wellington on there, and the extensive cocktail and wine menu will wash everything down.
Circo is the place to go if you're looking for a quirky birthday meal. Not only will you and your guests be served a wonderful meal, you'll be seated in a whimsical, magical world. Expect to see acrobats, jugglers, feats of strength, rope dancing and more, meaning you'll never be bored in this alternative venue.
The motto at Gusto Liverpool is 'Con Amici', which means 'eating with friends', making it a natural fit for a birthday meal in Liverpool. The menu boasts classic and contemporary Italian dishes for you to tuck into, including pasta, pizzas, steak, seafoods and salads. Meanwhile the interiors of ambient circular lights and hanging, black-and-white pictures of Italian scenes creates the perfect backdrop to your meal.
Go all out with an evening at this swanky restaurant on Brunswick Street. Think Las Vegas themed decor, with cabaret seating, long ornamental chandeliers, vintage style posters and long, velvet curtains in addition to the delicious food and drinks menus.
Sometimes you don't need a fancy restaurant to celebrate your birthday – you just want good food in a relaxed environment. That's exactly what The Refinery Liverpool offer, with a menu packed with tasty British treats like roasted lamb rump or cask ale coated haddock, all in a laid-back interior made of exposed walls and shabby-chic décor.
Moose & Moonshine is all about the channelling the spirit of fun from Canada and the USA. Moose antlers adorn the walls and moose inspired art is littered among the chesterfield sofas and rustic tables and chairs. Meanwhile, you can tuck into everything from American style burgers (think: big!) to Canadian inspired breakfasts, making it one of the best places to eat on your birthday in Liverpool.
Serving up delicious, traditional British food that is emmaculately presented, it's hard not to opt for Carpathia as your birthday restaurant in Liverpool of choice. Cocktails, meat dishes and seafood delicacies are aplenty in this venue, but what should seal the deal is the spectacular views of the city from their balcony.
Sharing food amongst friends might just be the best way to spend your Liverpool birthday meal together, which is why Salt House Tapas could be the destination for you. The sleek restaurant serves up a mixture of contemporary and classic Spanish dishes, showing off the diverse culinary culture of the country.
Sitting pretty in the Britannia Pavilion in the Albert Dock, PanAm is a great destination for your birthday for both food and then drinks after. Kick off the evening with one of their delicious grill dishes, which include sumptuous gourmet burgers and delicious sirloin steaks, before getting the cocktails in from their excellent selection of classic and experimental glasses.
The Smugglers Cove is one of the more quirky birthday venues in Liverpool, channelling its inner-Pirates of the Caribbean with vintage décor, hanging lanterns and old-style wooden panelling. But the food is more than fit for a pirate, delivering on delicious, seasonal dishes such as smoked haddock rare bit, sumptuous steaks and rotisserie chickens.