Carlisi Liverpool is a modern Italian bar located right in the heart of the city centre on Dale Street. Offering a lengthy aperitivo menu alongside light bites, incredible cocktails and a fantastic wine list, it’s clear to see why Carlisi ticks all the right boxes for us. No matter if you’re looking to formulate your Thursday night drinks by organising a night out with your co-workers, if you’re planning your next date night with bae or if you’re just catching up with an old friend – a reservation at this popular spot in Liverpool’s administrative and finance district makes an excellent choice.
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Lovely food with fantastic friendly service. We'll be visiting again soon.
Great to visit for lunch after The Walker Art Gallery as just a short walk across/around St Johns Gardens, (about 5 minutes). Then it's a straight 10 mins stroll to The Pier Head and ferries. It was noisy, but in a nice way - lots of very happy campers having a great time. The food was excellent, fabulous Italian bruschetta and smooth, perfect coffee. The barista really knows his stuff. it can get very busy, so best to book ahead.
un bar siciliano con unos empleados muy amables y una comida deliciosa.
If you’re planning on heading to Carlisi Liverpool, we hope you’re ready for a delightful time indeed. This city centre joint serves up some of the nicest and most inventive Italian small plates in all of Liverpool, and we just can’t get enough. Perched right on Dale Street, the dishes at Carlisi are bursting with authenticity and the trademark, bold Italian flavours. The interiors and decor at Carlisi are super inviting with lots of bright colours, exposed brickwork and polished wood, making it a very cosy place to have a few drinks and some delicious food.
Now, it’s time to take a look at all the delights that the extensive menu at Carlisi offers. First things first, there’s an all-day breakfast and brunch offering complete with bagels, pancakes, granola and more. Then, for lunch at this Liverpool city centre restaurant you can expect authentic Italian sambos bursting with prosciutto, mozzarella, burrata and bresaola as well as salads, bruschetta and everything else in between. Then, later on, when you’re sipping from a spritz or a glass of full-bodied Tuscan wine you can nibble on the likes of Mediterranean olives; balsamic onions with sun-dried tomatoes and Grana Padano cheese with honey, all served on fresh, crusty sourdough bread. Delicious, no? Advance booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.