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Katie Davies

Katie is a journalism and English graduate who loves to write about anything from music, film, literature and events, to the best places in Liverpool to grab a bite to eat or a cocktail.

Sushi Liverpool | A Sushi Lovers Guide to the City

sushi liverpool

If you gave us a choice and an unlimited budget, we could easily eat sushi every day of the week. From nigiri to uramaki, these yummy bite sized rice and fish treats have us all wishing a trip to Japan wasn’t a twelve-hour flight. Thankfully Liverpool’s Japanese restaurant scene has …

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Top 5 Best Cuban and Caribbean Restaurants in Liverpool

caribbean restaurants in Liverpool

If you love good hearty food, then you’ve probably noticed that Caribbean and Cuban restaurants are starting to take over the Liverpool food scene. The vibrant variety and versatility that these exotic cuisines have to offer make them some of the most exciting food crazes to date. Featuring trendy pop …

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The Ultimate Guide to Fish and Chips in Liverpool

fish and chips in Liverpool

What is better than unwrapping the newspaper of a deliciously salty and vinegar drenched bag of fish and chips, wooden fork in hand? To celebrate this outstanding British institution, we’ve put together an ultimate guide to fish and chips in Liverpool. Whether you like yours with mushy peas, curry sauce, …

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The Top 12 Must-See Liverpool Exhibitions in 2019

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Our city is bursting with art, culture and fascinating things to do. From immersive installations, to fascinating collections of photographs through the ages and world-famous masterpieces, there are some amazing Liverpool exhibitions to visit this year. All of them are definitely worth a visit, but to help you decide, we’ve …

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The Oldest and Most Historic Buildings in Liverpool

Tue Brook House - Liverpool buildings

Liverpool offers more listed building than any other UK city outside of London. Our historic architecture is a symbol of our past and an essential part of our city’s future. From former manor houses, to ancient churches and shipping line headquarters, there are so many magnificent Liverpool buildings that have …

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