Sunday, 29 November 2015

Liverpool's Best Kept Secrets

Although originally from the Midlands, Liverpool is most definitely my spiritual home. I have now lived here as long as I did my birthplace and am very proud to be an honorary Merseysider.
Liverpool is such a gem of a city so when Travelodge asked me to share some of its best kept secrets my only  problem was deciding what not to include.
As its the festive period I thought i would share with you three of my favorite places to sip a mulled wine and catch up with friends.

The Kazimier 4-5 wolstenholme sq.Liverpool l1 4JJ

This is a bittersweet recommendation as the fantastic Kazimier is closing on New Years eve so if you are visiting Liverpool for some Christmas shopping or a short break before then I urge you to pop in. Its first and foremost a music venue but that doesn't really explain how utterly cool this place is.

Christmas drinks inside the restored train carraige at teh Kazimier

 It also runs a bar open in the day which has a courtyard with a fire burning, an outdoor bar and a cosy railway carriage for you to sit it-its all quite bohemian and has the best atmosphere ever. 

I always go here for my Christmas day out with my best friend Lilly and we will yet again be drinking Baileys around a fire-pit whilst enjoying the amazing atmosphere and music.

Berry and Rye berry Street Liverpool
This was Lilly's choice of venue on her last birthday and its quite magical. Hidden behind an unmarked door on Berry street its like a New Orleans speakeasy hidden behind a velvet curtain. 
oh my
The cocktails on offer are out of this world and the dark decadence and the fact that as its so small it only admits a few drinkers at a time really give it a glamorous exclusive feeling you would never expect to find in the heart of the city centre.

Mowgli Street Food  Bold Street

This unique Indian restaurant opened its doors last year and is absolutely amazing. Run by former barrister and curry evangelist Nisha Katona (also a successful youtuber ans author of "Pimp my rice") it serves fresh, Indian foods free of artificial colouring's, gluten and all the other crazy ingredients you might expect to find in your average balti house. The vegetarian menu is simply amazing and the ambiance is just beautiful.

I visited here with my lovely friends Holly and Justine and we all loved it.
So there we have it, three little gems I would highly recommend if you fancy a trip to Liverpool. 
And if you are looking for a great value hotel check out the Liverpool Travelodge

Check out this great interactive timeline all about Liverpool which Travelodge have created-you can also win a fab Liverpool break as well"



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