Valentine's Day in Liverpool
You either love it or hate it, but either way there's no getting away from Valentine's Day and all the lovey doviness it brings. Get it right and you could be in someone's good books for a long time, but get it wrong, and let's just say you might not have to worry about the next Valentine's day. Luckily Liverpool has loads of romantic restaurants perfect for a Valentine's Day dinner and drinks. Read our list of the best restaurants in Liverpool for Valentine's Day.
Last updated on 30th January 2018
Treating your beloved to somewhere special this Valentine's Day in Liverpool? Too right, and we've just the place for it. Join Neighbourhood for stunning meals in a luxe location as you indulge in everything from sushi and cocktails to brasserie inspired dishes.
Margaritas and Mexican food - sounds like a pretty perfect Valentine's Day to us, and that's why we'll be heading to Liverpool's Wahaca. The cool and industrial setting has plenty of little tables for two, plates to share while locking eyes over the sour cream and a cracking cocktail list.
As you've probably guessed from the name, Veeno in Liverpool is a wine bar that boasts a stunning collection of international fine wines from some of the most prestigious vineyards in the world. With a menu of small plates and charcuterie style dishes to keep things floating along swimmingly, this place will hit date night out of the park. Plus the team behind the bar also offer a great wine tasting if you're looking to bump up your wine knowledge.
With some pretty fancy views of Liverpool and a swanky menu, Carpathia Bar and Restaurant is a Liverpool Valentine's Day restaurant that is out to impress. The kind of place where you get dressed up, pop the bubbles and enjoy a romantic evening with that someone special.
Cosy, cute and perfect for snuggling, Leaf on Bold Street is a tea house by day and a relaxed restaurant at night. If you're looking for a romantic Valentine's Day date in Liverpool that's not too fancy then look no further than this lovely spot; go for an afternoon tea and piles of cake or in the evening when the lights are lowered.
This lively Spanish spot is a great place for a Valentine's Day meal in Liverpool. The stripped back decor and cosy leather booths are perfect for a date; the menu is filled with sharing plates and there's plenty of sangria and cava to get the romance flowing.
If there's one nation that knows a thing or two about love it's Italy and bringing pasta, pizza and seafood to Liverpool's Albert Docks is Gusto. Head there for a Liverpool Valentine's Day that's carb and wine filled in an intimate and atmospheric setting as candles and low lighting set the mood.
If there's one route straight to our hearts, it's through our mouths and sharing plates at Salt House Tapas is one of the best dates for Valentine's Day in Liverpool. The open and light restaurant does all things Spanish with a delicious flair, from charcuterie to seafood, there's also an excellent wine list.
If you want a fancy Valentine's date in Liverpool, then you my friend will get a fancy date. The Art School Restaurant is all kinds of fancy with exquisite food created by an award-winning chef in a historic and intimate setting.
With extravagant interiors and floor-to-ceiling windows PanAm is all about stylish Valentine's Day dinners in Liverpool. The restaurant serves mains inspired by South and North America, while the bar has a brilliant selection of quirky and classic cocktails.
The Peruvian food at Chicha is a great spot for a Valentine's day meal, hell you don't even need a date, it's that good. With a selection of intimate tables in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, get several plates to share and sip on one of their sumptuous margaritas while you wait.
The Refinery in the Butler building has hearty British dishes, cask ale and refreshing cocktails for a relaxed Valentine's Day meal in Liverpool. The restaurant is a mixture of quirky interiors and pared-back and simple furniture, giving it a fun and cute atmosphere.
Mowgli is so much more than just a curry house, serving up Indian Street Food in a fun and fresh restaurant. The walls are exposed brick, there's lots of low-hanging lights and the cocktails will certainly have you feeling the love.