Baltic Market is Liverpool’s food haven.
Baltic Market has a humungous selection of the best street food in Liverpool. In fact, it’s one of the first indoor street food markets in Liverpool and one of the biggest in the North West. So, there’s plenty of grub to sink your teeth into.
And, there’s more! The venue has an array of food and drink this festive season so you can eat til your heart’s content. And in this space, it shouldn’t take long! We’ve highlighted some of the best food and drink to try over the festive period at this amazing street food market in the Baltic Triangle.
Look out for Press Bros Coffee and their festive burger. Turkey, sausage stuffing, deep fried brie (yes, you read that right), cranberry sauce, plus homemade parsnip and kale crisps all in one delicious burger. But that’s not all! Remember we’re in the north, and so this incredible Christmas burger comes with a pot of gravy to dip the burger into. Outrageous scenes. Make sure to have napkins on hand for this festive feast!
Press Bros Coffee also brew great coffee as well as mix some amazing cocktails- their espresso martinis are delightful! For pure decadence, they even have a Biscoff or Ferrero Rocher flavour espresso martini for you to choose from.
Say hello to halloumi in blankets! Middle Eastern street food restaurant, Hafla Hafla, have also got festive by introducing us to possibly one of the best food marriages out there. Halloumi wrapped in bacon alongside a cranberry dip and you have yourself a salty (and a tiny bit sweet) Christmas in snack form.
Hafla Hafla also have a restaurant on Lark Lane, near Sefton Park, if you want to try even more of their creations. Another festive edition this year is their hummus with a beetroot and horseradish swirl alongside their fluffy handmade sage and garlic pitta.
Running every Wednesday to Sunday, it’s a great spot for family and friends to gorge out on some excellent local food. But, as well as the food, there’s music, pints on tap, outdoor seating and more.
A recent addition to Baltic Market is their Christmas Slush, called Candy Cane Lane. The vanilla and vodka slush and gin and strawberry slush are all mixed together, so that’ll definitely keep you merry all month.
Vendors also include the likes of Little Furnace serving up class slices, Wholesome Junkies dishing out 100% plant-based goodies, and Beef on the Block with their succulent steak, chips and sauce combos. But keep your eyes peeled for any new vendors coming to Baltic Market, so be sure to spy on their website if you’re the type of person who likes to memorise a menu days before you eat.
The market is open during the majority of December, aside from Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day, with a ticketed event on New Year’s Eve. So, for tasty food, plus a host of other activities, Baltic Market is the complete package for all your Liverpool weekend (and Tier 2) requirements.
Baltic Market, Cains Brewery, Stanhope Street, L8 5XJ