At Gusto, the motto is 'Con Amici', which means 'eating with friends' – so you can bet they are one of the best family friendly restaurants in Liverpool. They're a cute little Italian restaurant sitting in the Albert Dock and overlooking the Tate Gallery, with a menu packed with pasta, pizza and many other Italian favourites perfect for fussy eaters and budding-connoisseurs alike.
Child Friendly Bars in Liverpool
Just because you have kids doesn't mean you can't enjoy yourself, right? But looking for child friendly bars in Liverpool can be a pain if you don't know where they are, which then means you could end up somewhere less than great just because there's no other options. Well, that's just not an option anymore. So if you're celebrating a birthday, anniversary or just fancy a night out with your family, don't settle anywhere less than the best and take a look at this list of the best family friendly bars in Liverpool.
Revolucion de Cuba is child-friendly most days until later into the evening, so you can come here for a bite to eat and something delicious to drink. The fun, Havana-esque bar has beautiful views of the Albert Dock from their outside terrace and their menu has more than enough Cuban classics to fill your bellies. For drinks, there's cocktails for the parents and mocktails for the young'uns.
Tasty Mexican food in vibrant surroundings is the aim of the game at Wahaca Liverpool. The menu is packed with tasty Central American treats, from fajitas to tacos, while you adults can wash the meal down with a mojito or margarita or two. But the colour and welcoming attitude makes it ideal for a family night out in Liverpool.
If you need a great bar in Liverpool that allows kids, you're in luck: Revolution is child friendly until later in the evening. Their menu is packed with tasty classics – including pizzas and fish and chips for fussier younger ones – whereas you can sip your way through one of their renowned vodka cocktails. All this while hanging out in a cool bar by the Albert Dock; what more could you want?
If you want to play a game of pool with your kids in Liverpool, Rileys is the best solution. With a junior membership, they can stay in the 24-hour bar until 9pm, and you can play everything from snooker to pool and more. They also play matches on the screens, making it even better for little sports fans.
A child-friendly pub in Liverpool can definitely be a bit glamorous, and that's where the Monro shines. There's plush leather sofas, polished wooden floors, wood panelled walls and ornate chandeliers, with an open fire to add a bit of pub comfort. For drinks, they have a wonderful list of wines for you to sample, and you can fill yourself up on British gastropub food.
Carpathia is more proof that 'child friendly' doesn't mean 'bad'. One of the best restaurants in Liverpool, not only do they offer spectacular views of the city skyline, but also serve up a menu of delicious fine dining food, from traditional meat dishes to seafood delicacies. This one is perfect for the slightly-older-but-not-quite-old-enough kids.
On the outside PanAm looks like a trendy restaurant bar (because it is), but they're actually very accommodating of families. Not only will you be treated to a menu filled with modern and traditional British food washed down with a cocktail or two, this contemporary venue also has a children's menu for the little nippers, making it a great bar to take your kids in Liverpool.
Almost Famous is a chilled out venue that is more than grateful to have your kids round – and they'll be pleased too. The light-hearted bar is known for their huge comfort treats, with notoriously great burgers packed full of goodies that'll truly put to the test whether your kids' eyes are bigger than their bellies. They've also got a variety of Freakshakes, milkshakes piled high with whipped cream and other toppings, as well as a creative cocktail or two should you want to make it a bit more fancy.
The Baltic Social is a cute little hideaway decked out in fairy lights, wooden tables and funky wooden panels that makes it a great quirky pub. Their menu offering is simple but effective, and their impressive list of craft beers, ales and wines will keep the parents happy while the kids admire their surroundings.