Clockworks Liverpool is inspired by the city’s long and colourful industrial history and is located in a stunning 200 year old building, where the team has created an interior space to reflect this extensive history. Keeping the exposed brick, steel and iron pays homage to this industrial era, while simultaneously leading the way in the Wolstenholme Square foodie revolution. Located in the heart of Ropewalks, Clockworks serves up classic British comfort food for breakfast through to dinner before morphing into a trendy and cosy cocktail bar the evening where the bartenders mix cocktails that will leave you speechless. It’s important to the team at Clockworks to honour Liverpool’s roots as well as foster a real community atmosphere. Check out this independently owned Liverpool emporium as soon as possible – it’s sure to become a favourite.
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Excellent food and friendly service. Background music was right up my alley too. What's not to like?
Great atmosphere , food , drinks and the staff we’re all superb and friendly
Second time visiting and once again excellent service, food and drinks and a lovely cosy interior
After taking a step inside inside Clockworks Liverpool, it’s easy to see why this is one of the coolest venues in town. Designed to reflect the industrial history of this iconic city, the space sets the scene for a dining experience to remember, no matter if you’re in for breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks. Located at Wolstenholme Square in Ropewalks, this independently owned restaurant and bar serves up an extensive range of British-inspired dishes alongside expertly mixed drinks that we’re quite sure you’ll be very enticed by indeed. You should be very curious about Clockworks, that’s for sure.
In terms of the menu at Clockworks, for breakfast you can expect everything from a full English through to eggs Benedict, granola and waffles topped with all manner of delicious extras. While the lunch and dinner menus are seasonal and subject to change, you can expect dishes such as gin-cured salmon ceviche; Stornoway black pudding bon bons and house-seasoned chicken wings to start. Following on, take a gander at the haddock and chips battered in craft ale; stuffed chicken breast with peppercorn sauce or the supreme shepherd’s pie made with lamb and beef. Washed down with a craft beer or cocktail and you’ve got yourself an ideal night at Clockworks Liverpool in Ropeworks. Bookings are essential.