Restaurants For A Special Occasion in Liverpool

From birthdays and family reunions, to anniversaries and graduation dinners, it's difficult to find a one-size-fits-all venue for every kind of celebration, however, we've rounded up some of the city eateries trying to accommodate all your festivities where they can. Whether you're in the market for slinky rooftop bars, or just want a nice venue with tasty grub and space for the whole gang, here are the best restaurants for special occasions in Liverpool.

Last updated on 9th April 2020

Gusto Liverpool

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A chic Italian spot at the more affordable end of the spectrum, Gusto offers plenty of bang for your buck when it comes to celebrating a special occasion. Perfect for bigger groups, you'll find delicious food and quality wines on offer, alongside some very sleek interiors.

The brainchild of Masterchef: The Professionals winner Anton Piotrowsi, Rodney Street's Roski is a special occasion restaurant for the real foodies as it offers an eclectic menu of British plates, from Orkney scallops to rabbit dinners, and a moreish peanut butter parfait.

Offering 360-degree views of the Liverpool skyline, Panoramic 34 is almost the special occasion spot in the city. Sat 300-feet above the city, you can enjoy more than just the sights with some gorgeous cocktails to sip, afternoon tea and luxe à la carte selections.

Million Pound Menu winners Pilgrim take their inspiration from one of Spain's most iconic mountain trails. Offering dishes from across the region, this Duke Street Market curiosity brings you a unique space to celebrate with your nearest and dearest over some truly sublime plates of food.

A fun and flirty brunching palace on Victoria Street, Dash comes decked out in marble tables, blush tones and oodles of tasty food and cocktails to get stuck into. Ideal for birthdays, hen dos and all other excuses to get the gang together, it's the perfect venue for a big, girly celebration.