Do something a little different on your next date in Liverpool, with this quirky tour of the city's best cheesy destinations. From locally produced gems to continental finds, you and your partner will get to taste a whole range of dairy delights with a glass of fizz to finish.
Quirky Date Ideas in Liverpool
Whether it's your first date or your 50th, there's one thing we all need to avoid: being boring. So while eating a fancy meal or grabbing a drink at your local is good some of the time, why not really shake things up with one of the many quirky date ideas in Liverpool? From jaw-dropping bars to events that wear 'not normal' on its sleeve, have a look at our list of alternative ideas for couples and have a different kind of fun.
Red Door is less of a quirky date bar in Liverpool and more a destination for its cool mixed drinks and gorgeous terrace. Come to this chilled out hangout and treat your date to a number of bubbling cocktails, bespoke spirits and tasty sharers should you want to re-enact Lady and the Tramp… but with spirits.
Nothing proves that you're are a fun person to go on a date with than the ability to laugh at yourself (should you sit in the first row). Enjoy an evening at the Laughter House with a night of comedy from the latest up-and-comers and established artists. You can even grab a bite to eat as well.
What's a quirky Liverpool date without a quirky bar to match? The Smugglers Cove is one of the biggest watering holes in the city and hiding within is a pirate's booty worth of vintage trinkets, rich velvets and broody candelabras. While you've stopped off to admire the pirate vibes, you might as well grab a rum-laced drink and a bite to eat.
One of the most quirky bars in Liverpool also happens to be one of the hardest to find. First you have to discover their phone number to book a table, then be ultra-quick to get one in the first place. Only after this will you get the top-secret location – and once inside, it's all worth it with a cocktail menu filled with some of the most creative concoctions in the North.
While going to a church service might seem like the opposite of a good date idea in Liverpool, you should hear us out. Brunch with the tunes of a live gospel choir serenading you? Now that sounds like a fun time, especially when it's in the converted church and South American restaurant Alma de Cuba.