Embrace your inner millennial at these pink locations across the city of Liverpool, varying from peach to cerise. From cafes and bars to restaurants and shops, this list has it all!
Check out our pick of the pinkest places in Liverpool and you’ll soon be daydreaming about candy floss and unicorns.
1. The Florist
📍 24 Hardman Street, L1 9AX
Combining whimsical décor and just “a touch” of pink, The Florist is complete with a frequently photographed cherry blossom tree – standing tall and centre stage of the restaurant in all of its pink glory and filled with cute lanterns.
The whole Liverpool venue is uplit with bright pink tones, with ever-luxurious finishings everywhere you turn like their post box, swing and floral wall emblazoned in flowers and neon lights. If you’re a fan of hanging kebabs, brunch dishes and roasts we highly recommend a visit.
📍 Silkhouse Court, Tithebarn Street, L2 2LZ
Sass Café on Tithebarn Street is an absolute pink paradise and a must-visit for those looking to brighten up their Instagram feed. Furnished with pastel pink velvet chairs, pink walls emblazoned with flowers and one feature wall with the mantra “classy, sassy and a bit kickassy”- if you’re in need of some motivation then Sass is the place.
The Liverpool café has a pink and sassy menu to match with Instagrammable red velvet and Lucky Charm lattes, strawberry and coconut or raspberry and apple refreshers, sassy strawberry milkshakes and candy floss sundaes.
📍 22 Lark Lane, L17 8US
A go-to when on Lark Lane, Larks is a stylish gifts emporium with a beautiful pink frontage that just beckons you to go in and explore what the shop has to offer. Brimming with contemporary gifts like mugs, candles as well as Liverpool souvenirs like mini purple wheelie bins, vintage finds from teapots to dining chair, plus women’s fashion, it’s hard not to leave the pink-fronted store without a purchase.
Lark Lane is a thriving street to walk down especially on a weekend but with the added pinkness from Larks, as well as gold signage and kitsch furniture outside, it definitely brings some added sparkle to the street.
📍 15 Victoria Street, L2 5QS
If you’re after a stylish pink dining spot, Dash is the place. You’ll find hues of pastel pink and lilac lighting within the restaurant with elegantly-decorated cocktails to match the vibe.
Order their afternoon tea and you’ll feel both sassy and like you’re in a fantasy land at the same time as you tuck into dainty sandwiches, sushi, macarons, tarts and scones alongside tea and your choice of prosecco, champagne or cocktails. Dash is Alice In Wonderland all grown-up.
📍 Central Railway Station, Ranelagh Street, L1 1QE
Archie’s Liverpool venue is a pink haven, with every single inch of the burger joint covered in the warm hue. And the décor is incredibly fun, too, with neon signs and pink booths to lounge in. The pink theme runs throughout all of Archie’s venues, too, so no matter which restaurant you pop to, you’re sure to be treated with an Instagrammable sight.
📍 31 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
With the restaurant’s name meaning ‘butterfly’ in French, the pink and chic décor of the eatery runs synonymously with the delicate insect and the typical j’en sais quoi that the French manage to effortlessly emit.
With a pretty pink frontage including a soft pink striped canopy, you can sit out on their Hope Street terrace watching the world go by in the Georgian Quarter or be transported to Paris as you sip on a cup of coffee, glass of wine or French spritz.
Plus, Papillon offers small plates, brunch dishes and a delectable roast to pair with the dreamy setting.
📍87-89 Hanover Street, L1 3DZ
The bold, beautiful and incredibly pink Tonight Josephine opened late last year and it’s fast becoming a Liverpool hotspot for a great night out. Here you’ll find sparkle and fun in bucketloads.
This gorgeous spot is known for its delicious cocktails and themed bottomless brunches, which are boozy and absolutely fabulous. Check it out if you really want to let your hair down.