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25 Restaurants in Liverpool: American

Not Just Burgers Nowadays

Liverpool’s American restaurants are diving deeper into the varied cuisine of the United States than ever before. Instead of just burgers served with a heaping pile of fries, you’ll find that American restaurants in Liverpool are getting more creative, moving past the old stereotype of gluttonous portions of cheese-covered, deep-fried ingredients and onto some of America’s best creations, ranging from South Carolina barbecue and Alabama soul food to Louisiana creole cooking, New England clam chowder, and fresh food fads from The Golden State. There’s a whole lot more to the land of the free and home of the brave than super-sized milkshakes – just take a trip to one of the top American restaurants in Liverpool and see for yourself.

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Free State Kitchen

Georgian Quarter
American££££
5.6/662
Free State Kitchen

Barley and Beans

City Centre
Gourmet££££
4.9/655
Barley and Beans

Yard & Coop - Liverpool

Ropewalks
American££££
4.9/623
Yard & Coop - Liverpool
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Red Dog Saloon - Liverpool

Ropewalks
American££££
5.1/67
Red Dog Saloon - Liverpool

The Vineyard Bar and Kitchen

Moreton
French££££
3.5/613
The Vineyard Bar and Kitchen

Shooters Sports Bar - Liverpool

City Centre
Drinks££££
4.8/64
Shooters Sports Bar - Liverpool
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East River

Allerton and Hunts Cross
British££££
4.0/61
East River

Firepit Smokehouse & Sports Bar - Southport

Centre
American££££
2.5/64
Firepit Smokehouse & Sports Bar - Southport

Around the World Bar and Lounge - Liverpool

City Centre
International££££
Around the World Bar and Lounge - Liverpool
New

NYL Restaurant and Cocktail Bar

City Centre
International££££
NYL Restaurant and Cocktail Bar

Hill 16 Grog Bar and Kitchen

Wavertree
Irish££££
Hill 16 Grog Bar and Kitchen

Bentley's Ormskirk

Burscough
American££££
Bentley's Ormskirk

Manhattan Bar & Grill

City Centre
American££££
5.7/622
Manhattan Bar & Grill

Death Row Diner

Georgian Quarter
American££££
5.0/6292
Death Row Diner

Boston Pool Loft

Ropewalks
American££££
6.0/61
Boston Pool Loft
New

Frankie & Benny's Liverpool Aintree

Aintree
Italian££££
Frankie & Benny's Liverpool Aintree

The Bar and Burger Co

Centre
American
5.0/667
The Bar and Burger Co

Pattersons

Ropewalks
American
4.9/630
Pattersons

Wall Of Fame

City Centre
American££££
4.4/625
Wall Of Fame

Yardbird

Georgian Quarter
American££££
4.5/626
Yardbird
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    Sports, Wings and Other Nice Things

    Of course, if you’re craving huge portions of sinfully delicious burgers, fries and wings, you can find them at some Liverpool American restaurants too. Americans are crazy about sports bars, where they can tune in to their favourite sports matches – usually on big plasma TVs – while knocking back beers, scarfing down burgers and taking their tastebuds on a fiery ride with spicy buffalo wings or jalapeno poppers served with a side of everyone’s favourite dipping sauce - ranch dressing. Thankfully for expats and locals with a soft spot for the American way of life, Liverpool has its fair share of American-style sports bars. Stop on by and get rowdy with some wings and a pitcher of beer that’ll have you flying higher than a bald eagle.
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    California Dreamin’

    While much of the United States has a reputation for decadent eating, California prides itself on being different from the rest. With an aging hippie population, immigrants from all over the world and a love for home-grown, err, produce, Californians are known for being trendsetters when it comes to food. Vegan, vegetarian, paleo, you name it – all dietary choices are celebrated in the Golden State. Smart American restaurants in Liverpool are starting to recognize the nutritional and flavourful importance of Californian cooking, and we couldn’t be happier. After all, flying to San Francisco isn’t exactly cheap, so your best bet might be to take swing by one of Liverpool’s American restaurants to get your fix, at least for now.
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    Diners and Dives

    Sometimes, you just need a stack of pancakes to get you through the day (or night). In the USA, you’ll find 24-hour diners located off busy highway exits, beckoning in tired travellers, road trippers and party animals with a case of the drunchies. Thankfully, there are a few American restaurants in Liverpool that happen to serve up diner classics, from pecan waffles and scrambled eggs with hash browns to burgers, homemade pies and even steaks. Liverpool’s American restaurants have changed for the better over the years. Reserve a table at one of the city’s best today.