Baltic Social 

undefinedA well-known favourite amongst Liverpudlians, The Baltic Social is especially known for its roasts. You can expect juicy turkey, succulent ham, crispy on the outside roast and fluffy inside roast potatoes, stuffing, honey roast parsnips and celeriac and carrot mash – all drowned in a sea of delicious gravy.

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Where is it? 

27 Parliament St, Liverpool, L8 5RN

 

The Monro
undefinedFor a cosy Sunday Roast that doesn’t skip luxury, head to The Monro. They always cook from fresh so their Sunday Lunch menu changes weekly but expect classic yet inventive British dishes. Don't just take our word for it though; The Monro have even been awarded 'Gastropub of the Year'.

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Where is it?

92 Duke St, Liverpool, L1 5AG

 

Skaus @ Camp & Furnace
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After the resounding success of its original pop-up venture, the team behind Skaus now have a permanent residency at Camp and Furnace, an industrial warehouse that doubles up as a hub of creative spaces, found in the heart of the Baltic Triangle. The Nordic cuisine and atmosphere are well suited to a hearty Sunday Roast and, in true Viking spirit, they serve theirs with big wooden carving forks.

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Where is it?

67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY

 

Alma de Cuba

undefinedHoused inside what used to be St. Peters Catholic Church, Alma de Cuba have kept the majority of the grand elements – huge arched ceilings, stone pillars and towering chandeliers - and serve indulgent Latin American-influenced Roasts. 

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Where is it?

St Peters' Church, Seel Street, Liverpool, L1 4BH

 

The Florist

undefinedAlready with a site established in Bristol, The Florist has ventured up north to the heart of Liverpool and has brought all the same eye-catching floral aesthetics and unique artwork to create a botany-filled venue that is a perfect day and night spot. On Sundays you can enjoy Feast & Fizz Sundays, where you'll indulge on two or three courses of food with a choice of roast dinners and bottomless fizz from £18.50.

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Where is it?

Hardman Street, Liverpool, L1 9AX

 

Castle Street Townhouse

undefinedAn all-day casual dining restaurant, Castle Street Townhouse dish out Sunday Lunch in stylish surroundings. Their friendly, attentive staff are sure to make your experience relaxing and on Sunday, guests will be serenaded by local guitarist Ben Paveley while enjoying classic roasts. Every week their talented chefs create fresh new dishes for their Sunday menu, ranging from traditional meats to more exotic fare.

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Where is it?

Castle Street, Liverpool, L2 4TA

 

PanAm

undefinedTucked along the Grade 1 listed Britannia Pavilion, within spitting distance of the River Mersey, lies PanAm, one of Liverpool’s buzziest bars. The area is quieter in the morning, making it a relaxing hotspot to enjoy their Sunday Roasts.

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Where is it?

Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AD

 

Clockworks Liverpool 

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Clockworks serve proper British grub, from an early-morning fry-up right round to a traditional Sunday Roast. They invite all to try their mouth-watering Roasts, where you can tuck into 3 courses for just £20. Dessert fans will love the campfire cheesecake so try to leave room!

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Where is it?

11 Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool, L1 4JJ