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Accessible Liverpool

Now that we are all allowed out again, in small numbers and practising social distancing, it's time we looked at where we can go in accessible Liverpool when all our beloved hospitality venues are open again.

Here’s our rundown of the top accessible bars and restaurants in Liverpool. This guide will be updated regularly with any new additions, so please feel free to get in touch to add any venues missed that you think should be on here.

****Please be advised some of these venues are still closed during the first stages of easing the pandemic restrictions ****



Sugar and Dice - 33a Cornhill, Liverpool L1 8DP

The perfect place for a piece of cake and a retro board game, Sugar and Dice offers endless entertainment with plenty of vegan and vegetarian food options as well as a tipple or two. This homely café come bar has plenty of space and access for those who need it and is also dog friendly.




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Papillon – 31 Hope St, Liverpool L1 9BQ

Pretty as a picture, Papillon resides in the trendy Georgian Quarter of Liverpool and as well as having a coveted sidewalk seating space, the interior offers spacious level seating ideal for wheelchair access. The menu operates from dawn to dusk with options including homecooked creations as well as further-flung worldly foods.

 





Il Forno – 132 Duke St, Liverpool L1 5AG

Where gastronomic art and Italian heritage come together, so to can you at Il Forno Duke Street.

Gleaming marble and glittering glass fixtures give this dining space a glamorous vibe that’s perfect for a celebratory meal coming straight out of lockdown. With an alfresco dining space, they’re ready for summer dining too.

 



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Carlisi – 92-94 Dale St, Liverpool L2 5TF

Small but perfectly formed, Carlisi on Dale Street has a casual seating layout ideal for wheelchair access as well as a clearly visible deli counter of all their freshly prepared Italy-inspired delicacies. Everything from breakfast pastries and coffee to delicious healthy lunch options and gin cocktails is available to order and are utterly scrumptious.




Silk Road Plaza - Beetham Plaza, 25 The Strand, Liverpool L2 0XJ

From Italy to Spain now at Silk Rd where a selection of fantastic small plates await as well as a charming fresco overlooking the fountain in the plaza. Tables are spaced far apart with plenty of choice for wheelchair users to choose their view and/or seating position. 




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Revolucion De Cuba - Unit 17, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AF

Who’s in the mood for a good night out? Well, if your hands up there’s only one place to start and that’s Revolution.

For a selection of those famous little shot boats and cocktails aplenty it’s Albert Dock Revolucion De Cuba who is flying the flag for accessible Liverpool. What’s more, a visit to Albert Dock is a must anyway so why not pop in for a shot or two whilst you are there?






Hanover Street Social – 16-20 Hanover Street, Liverpool, L1 4AA

Looking for something to fill you up? Stop the search as Hanover Street Social have you covered. From the deliciously traditional dinner menu to the exceptional express lunch delights, there’s no chance of leaving here hungry. Plus, their menu caters to all sorts of dietary restrictions and requirements so there’s something for everyone. 




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The Pen Factory – 13 Hope Street, L1 PBQ

Happiness can be found underneath Hope Street in The Pen Factory. With easy access to this subterranean space, wheelchair users have a choice of outdoor and indoor seating. The vibes are artistic and chilled, and mouth-watering menus have been carefully created with locally sourced, fresh, seasonal produce at their core.





Baltic Market – 107 Stanhope St, Liverpool L8 5RE

This is where it’s at for those visiting Liverpool afresh, as locals already know, Baltic Market has it all. Completely accessible, fabulous food variety, delicious drinks from nearby and far off breweries and an exciting electric buzz throughout. This clever warehouse concept has since become a phenomenon all over the world, with popup stalls launching restaurateur careers, you won’t be disappointed with a visit we assure you.




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The Brunch Club – 37-41 Duke St, Liverpool L1 5AP

Spread out across one long brick-clad street level floor, The Brunch Club offers wheelchair users plenty of options for seating with a view. This plus the tantalisingly tasty menu covers everything from cozy breakfast and brunch dishes to the very popular bottomless brunch served until midnight, what more could you need on your visit to Liverpool?






FSK – 1 Maryland St, Liverpool L1 9DE

If burgers and belly bursting desserts are your thing then you’ve hit the goldmine at Free State Kitchen. Specialising in American inspired cuisine, you’ll find a wonderful array of fabulous fast-food style dishes served in the glorious green gardens or inside in the café style interior which are both all on one level and ideal for those looking to enjoy accessible Liverpool. 



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Carnival Brewing Co. - Unit 3​ King Edward Rise Industrial Estate, Gibraltar Row, Liverpool L3 7HJ

The perfect place to discover a pint of freshly brewed modern beer, Carnival Brewing Co. is a hub for beer and music lovers alike. The chilled warehouse space based on the wonderful waterfront of Liverpool has a dedicated tasting room where clients can sample all the deliciously crafted ales and a spacious artsy indoor bar area to enjoy your drink and shoot the breeze. 





Brew Dog - Manolis Yard, 8 Colquitt St, Liverpool L1 4DE

Beers, burgers and brilliant service, Brew Dog Liverpool has it all plus easy accessibility and plenty of space for all who want to enjoy it. Even furry friends and small family members are welcome and there’s even entertainment in the form of retro games machines, board games on the tables or live music of all kinds. 




Instagram | @brewdogliverpool
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Love Lane Brewery – 62 Bridgewater St, Liverpool L1 0AY

With drinks and food inspired by the city itself, Love Lane Brewery is just that, a Liverpool based brewery come restaurant, bar and events venue. Fashioned inside what was once an abandoned factory at the heart of Liverpool’s trendy Baltic Triangle, Love Lane Brewery is a great choice for those with access requirements. Industrial style seating, group bench tables and alfresco options mean a visit here is easy and enjoyable for anyone who wants to come.





The Refinery – Josephine Butler Building, Hope St, Liverpool L1 9BQ

Light spacious and airy, The Refinery offers visitors a casual and relaxed place to enjoy a wide range of Brit favourites on the food menu and a delicious selection of cocktails, wines and beers. The ideal family-friendly eatery by day and by night a seductively lit date night venue with chilled vibes and live music, The Refinery is a great choice among accessible Liverpool venues. 




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La Finca Evissa - 14 Back Colquitt St, Liverpool L1 4DE

Holiday plans for Spain fallen through? Tough blow but we know where you can get over it. A visit to La Finca Evissa will feel like you’ve left the city of Liverpool behind for the coastal pleasures of a far of Spanish village. With Mediterranean décor and a delicious small plates menu, there’s nowhere quite like it in the city. This plus stunning street view seating on the lower floor and great service make it ideal for accessible days and nights out in Liverpool. 






The Grapes – 60 Roscoe St, Liverpool L1 9DW

A Liverpool institution and the definition of a great local, The Grapes has a fantastic history with the city as well as knowledgeable, friendly service behind the bar. This quirky little pub offers a wide selection of tipples and is an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Every now and then a local food pop-up will make an appearance supplying delicious bites to accompany your beer and the occasional live jazz performance will perk up your visit even more.



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Each of these fabulous venues offers something different to the accessible Liverpool landscape. From date nights and late nights to breakfast, lunch and brunch spots, the city centre is a mecca of exceptional food and overwhelming hospitality. We’re sure they’ll be more venues that fit under this bracket, if you know of any that need adding please comment on our social media channels and we’ll be pleased to add them in.

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