Mother's Day In Liverpool 2025

It’s that time of year again when your mum is the star of the show. And if you fancy going the extra mile? We’ve created a guide to help you have the best Mother's Day in Liverpool, from restaurants with themed menus to all the afternoon teas she could dream of, and even an immersive experience that'll leave you wanting to make a (prison) break for it.

Last edited by Kiera Chapman

Last updated on 3rd April 2024

Alcotraz Liverpool: Cell Block Three-Six

@ Alcotraz Penitentiary: Liverpool on Various dates from Tuesday 21st May 2024

How to have the best Mother's Day in Liverpool? Behind bars, of course. Purchase tickets to Alcotraz Cell Block Three-Six for an immersive experience to remember. Sport bright orange jumpsuits, smuggle liquor past the beady-eyed Warden and get the guards on your side to be in with a chance of succeeding. Pass your spirits over to the long-serving inmates, who quite literally serve, as they whip up bespoke tipples to your liking.

YO! Sushi School - Liverpool ONE

@ YO! Liverpool ONE on Wednesday 5th June 2024 and 6 other Wednesdays

Head to either Liverpool ONE or Liverpool Speke for a cooking class that'll turn your mum into a maki master thanks to YO! Sushi School. Tickets cost £29.95 and include a guided session on how to make your own California rolls and nigiri, plus hone your knife-cutting skills before tucking into your creations. There will be snacks and drinks to accompany your craft throughout, as well as 20% off home sushi kits, should she take a shine to it.

The Florist Liverpool

This Mother's Day in Liverpool, restaurants are pulling out the stops to help you spread the love (and enjoy some great food in the process). The Florist is no exception and it's a venue that has interiors mum would love. Think beautiful blossoms trees, a grand entrance hall and a floral photo wall to snap some pics to post on socials. There will be a special menu too, featuring their famous hanging kebabs, followed by an indulgent cookie dough dessert that'll leave you heading home with very happy bellies. 

Gino D’Acampo Liverpool

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Some mums out there have a bit of a thing for Gino D'Acampo, and if yours is one of them then take her for a delicious meal at his restaurant in Liverpool. The location is a stunner, boasting an open-plan dining room decorated with neon lettering, glowing yellow lights and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Old Street Hall, not to mention the Sky Bar Terrace with a 360-degree view at the top of the building. Enjoy an afternoon tea, a cocktail upstairs or feast on a special menu for the day, designed to please mums by offering silky ribbons of fresh pasta. 

Browns Brasserie & Bar Liverpool

If you're looking to wine and dine your mum on the 10th of March for Mother's Day in Liverpool, a menu you're all going to be swooning over is that of Browns Brasserie & Bar. Get everybody involved and tuck into a traditional Sunday roast with all the trimmings, a root vegetable Wellington, or a chateaubriand to share. Sip on thoughtful wine pairings or a Champagne cosmopolitan for £12.50 in the warm dining room, decked out with velvety teal chairs plus olive green sofas, lending the restaurant a relaxing atmosphere. 

Cocktail Classes In Liverpool

Does your mum like a tipple or two, but has always wondered how to make her own? Then treat her to one of the various cocktail making classes across the city. You can learn how to craft three bespoke tipples at The Florist, including the Flojito, for £39.95 each. Or get the whole family together and book this Johnny Cash-inspired bar, which offers a complimentary welcome drink as well as games and challenges from £25 per person. If you don't rum out of time, then she'll love The Smuggler's Cove's 90 minute package or ale tastings. 

The Alchemist Liverpool

Does your mum like to be wowed by innovative creations AKA cocktails that are overflowing with bubbles or light up? If the answer is yes, then The Alchemist in the Cavern Quarter is the perfect destination to spend Mother's Day in Liverpool 2024. Head to Brunswick Street on the Sunday from 11am 'til 4pm to feast on fantastical brunch creations and three tipples for £30 each, or add an extra tenner to make it bottomless in the drinks department. Sip on the cherry gin-based Pop Notch or the famous Bubble Bath, all while tucking into a passion fruit pancake stack or 'nduja and avocado on toast. 

Escape Hunt Liverpool

Solve puzzles and break out of alternative realities together at Escape Hunt Liverpool, located by Royal Albert Dock. Choose from five immersive experiences, ranging from shrinking down to size in Alice In Puzzleland to giddy-upping and fleeing the Wild West. There's even a chance to set sail and uncover Blackbeard's treasure should you be so brave. Afterwards, there's plenty of time to relax and catch up on your travels at the well-stocked bar, so grab a G&T, wine or orange juice and debrief before you head back to the real world. 

Quirky Quarter

Lunching with your mum is great and all that, but how about taking a trip together to the upside down? No, not to The Upsidedown, but the crazy and out-of-the-ordinary Quirky Quarter, located in the middle of the city centre. Here you'll find loads of peculiar photo opportunities to confuse your friends with, as well as interactive puzzles and games. It's a place for the curious and playful, for those who are prepared to discover that nothing really is as it seems.

Mowgli Water Street Liverpool

Nothing says thanks for everything like the gift of good food, which is why dinner or lunch at Indian restaurant Mowgli on Water Street or Bold Street should be on the cards this Mother's Day. It's the prettiest haunt too, which is bound to impress, thanks to its indoor rope swings, winding trees and sparkly fairy lights wrapped around the chairs and curled up in jars. The menu is fairly cheap too, which is always a plus. Tuck into the likes of treacle tamarind fries, the house lamb curry for under a tenner, then sip on bespoke cocktails such as the Chai Rum Sling, infused with apricot liqueur. 

Best Afternoon Tea In Liverpool

What better way to spend the 10th of March than with your mum and her favourite thing to do: have an afternoon tea. There's a stellar selection of spots in the city so you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking. From sky-high sarnies paired with draw-dropping city views at Panormaic 34, to a Slug & Lettuce's Sip & Share offering including Magnum ice cream bites starting from £16 per person, one thing you definitely won't be is hungry with a Mother's Day afternoon tea in Liverpool.

Tonight Josephine Liverpool

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Mother's Day in Liverpool city centre would not be complete without a trip to the pink playground Tonight Josephine. If your mum loves ABBA and likes to think of herself as a bit of a Meryl Streep in sexy overalls, then she'll adore tickets starting from £29 each to the Mamma Mia bottomless brunch. The event is hosted by a wild West End drag star who encourages you to embrace 70s nostalgia and sing Voulez-Vous at the top of your lungs. All you have to do is be willing to take a chance...

Paint & Party UK

This Mother's Day, Paint & Party UK are hosting two extra special wine glass painting events at Spanish Caravan in Prescot. You and your mum can unleash your creative side as you decorate your glass with a beautiful design. There will be plenty of wine and authentic Spanish pinchos to enjoy throughout, and all the materials you need are included in the £25 ticket price.

Piccolino - Liverpool

Mother's Day isn't just an excuse for a Sunday roast, although it doesn't hurt. Piccolino is a top-quality Italian eatery nestled in the heart of the city, with a grand exterior thanks to its tall windows and an inside to match. It's split over two levels of dining space, with an alfresco terrace (weather permitting), a menu boasting authentic pasta dishes and, come the weekend, a slap-up roast. Pick between an Argentinian Angus grass-fed beef rump, herby Shropshire chicken or a nut edition for veggies and wolf down sides such as Yorkshire puddings and butternut squash, not to mention the truffle mac and cheese if you opt for the sharing platter. 

Pizza Punks Bottomless Brunch

@ Pizza Punks on Various dates from Monday 20th May 2024

If your mum's got a penchant for a sweet slice of 'za, she'll love Pizza Punks' bottomless brunch. Wander on over to this quirky Bold Street joint, decked out with neon lights and a buzzing atmosphere that's not for the low-key mothers out there, to snap up 90 minutes of unlimited sourdough delights along with cocktails, prosecco or wine for just £32.50 per person. Toppings include pepperoni and 'nduja, buffalo chicken with white sauce, and of course, a classic margherita. 

Gaucho Liverpool

Famed for its Argentinian steaks and found on the ground floor of a gorgeous Grade II-listed building on Water Street, Gaucho is the ideal restaurant to dine at on Mother's Day if you're looking to wow her. Upon entry, expect to be met with extravagance thanks to its large, towering marble pillars and golden lights. Make your way through to the dining room and prepare to devour the likes of their iconic bottomless roasts (think unlimited Yorkshire puddings, yes please), or opt for a flakey whole-grilled sea bass, accompanied by your choice of side. 


Get creative on the 10th of March with tickets starting from £29 per person to Paintvine's Sip and Sculpt event, taking place at Liverpool Arts Bar. Whether your mum is a complete beginner or is already a little crafty, she'll love this wholesome afternoon. Buy a drink at the bar then get stuck in for two hours, as you're guided on how to hand-build with air-dry clay and decorate your masterpiece so it's nice and pretty. All the equipment is provided, and best of all, there's no clean up and we know who's going to love that.


For a swish meal among snazzy interiors, like baby pink velvet chairs in contrast with plush teal sofas, white marble tables and a sprinkling of silver fairy lights, Dash is the restaurant for you this Mother's Day. Wow her with not only jaw-dropping decor but also a menu to satisfy her fancy taste. Peruse a menu with Pan-Asian cuisine at its heart, and chomp on dishes such as sticky pork bao buns, blackened cod with miso, saffron and stem ginger soubise, plus enjoy bespoke cocktails like the Frenchest Martini or the long, citrusy Green Star. 

The Art School Restaurant

The Art School Restaurant is a local produce-first eatery founded by Paul Askew. It can be found in the Georgian Quarter, based inside the lantern room of the former Victorian 1888 'Home for Destitute Children', decked out with 48 red chairs in the main dining room and a Champagne cellar bar. If you're keen to treat your mum to a culinary experience that'll raise the bar, then book a table. Expect five courses for £59 per person, including a glass of Antinori Franciacorta Blanc to toast alongside Lancashire cheese scones and shallot jam. There will then be an amuse bouche followed by starters like slow-cooked, miso-glazed ox tongue and mains comprising of the market fish of the day.

Hawksmoor Liverpool

Take a trip to this renowned steakhouse on Mother's Day. Located in the Grade II-listed India Building and donning decor inspired by the 1920s (think brass-trimmed ceiling lights, antique lamps and reflective inserts on the walls), this restaurant is always putting its best foot forward, and on Sunday the 10th of March, it's no exception. Come for lunch and sling back oysters or roasted scallops, or opt for their iconic Sunday roast featuring roasted bone marrow and onions, plus their house stuffing. Feeling fancy? There's a set menu at Hawksmoor where you can get three courses for £28 each, including sticky toffee pudding for dessert.