When it comes to alfresco drinking and dining in Liverpool, Constellations is up there. An event space, garden, eatery and bar all in one, the Greenland Street venue comes up top... and that's before we get started on the live music.
Outdoor Dining in Liverpool
When it comes to alfresco lunches and sun-dappled dinners, this city's got more than a few options. Whether you're choosing an Irish pub's lively beer garden, dog-friendly terraces in the city centre or sprawling riverside spaces at the docks, you'll want to consult our guide to the best restaurants for outdoor dining in Liverpool.
Not only does Clockworks boast a menu of black pudding bon bons, ham hock terrine and shepherd's pie made with slow-roasted lamb shoulder, but the restaurant is also home to a patio area that's perfect for alfresco drinks and outdoor dining in Liverpool.
Always one for a good time, Crazy Pedro's serves up beer pong, cheese-smothered bites and tequila-fuelled cocktails in equal measure. Fancy drinking and dining outdoors? Head to their terrace with a frozen margarita and a few slices to keep you company.
Nestled on the historic Royal Albert Dock, PanAm is a contemporary restaurant located in the Grade I-listed Britannia Pavilion. Expect waterside scenes from the terrace and beer garden; with bottomless brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks from cocktails to wine.
The Concert Square hideaway that's bringing the luck of the Irish, McCooleys is always one for a fun time. If we're talking outdoor food and drink in Liverpool, then make a beeline for the alfresco area which includes barstools and tables in the heart of the city centre.