The Florist Liverpool


Taking over the former Old Blind School pub, The Florist has transformed the Grade-II listed building into a botany-filled restaurant, bar and nightlife spot.

With a site already established in Bristol, the Liverpool haunt is the second of the brand and features the same crowd-pleasing menus and decor as the original. In what must be one of 'the most photographed bar in the city', the venue boasts two full in-bloom trees in the grand entrance hall, a floral photo wall and artwork from Gemma Compton and graffiti artist Jody Thomas.

The food menu revolves around grilled meat options and vegan choices. Cocktails stick to the theme with a list that's divided into three: English Summer Garden, Ikebana and Modern Contemporary, and are made from herbs picked fresh from the garden.


  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Taking Bookings
  • None


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 9:00 23:00
Tuesday 9:00 23:00
Wednesday 9:00 23:00
Thursday 9:00 23:00
Friday 9:00 0:00
Saturday 9:00 0:00
Sunday 9:00 23:00

Special opening hours

Day Open Close Notes
Sunday 25th December 2022 - -



The Florist Liverpool, 24, Hardman Street, L1 9AX


Georgian Quarter


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves British, Grill, International, Christmas Lunch/Dinner and Roast Dinner food.

  • A word from the chef:

    The Florist serves a varied menu of grill and international cuisine.

Private Hire

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Venue Hire 0 0 - - -

Our venue is suitable for business lunches, team building sessions and even weddings. We have a variety of spaces and food and drink packages available. Competitive mid-week rates available for more information please contact .

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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Customer Reviews (1293)

Our Review

A Treat For The Senses At The Florist Liverpool

A Treat For The Senses At The Florist Liverpool

If we’re going to talk about The Florist, first we need to talk about the smell. The building itself is stunning – it’s the Old Blind School at 24 Hardman Street, carved out of limestone with steps up to the front door framed by wrought iron gates. But the real star of the show? The aroma of fresh…

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