The centre of Liverpool is not short of great places to eat, and the area around Lime Street station is packed with superb restaurants. Dough Bar is another in the long line of eateries to choose from, and if you’re in the city centre and looking for an Italian feed, you’ll do well to find better. They offer up pizzas with more toppings than you can shake a stick at, from the classic – margherita, neopolitana, pepperoni – to the more obscure, such as pulled pork, popcorn chicken and miniature burgers. There’s more than just pizzas too: Dough Bar boasts plenty of sandwiches, burgers, loaded fries and nachos, as well as a cocktail menu as long as your arm. Make a move to Grand Central on Skelhorne Street in Liverpool city centre for a feast of Italian – and international – favourites.
Great atmosphere to enjoy a few drinks. The retro arcade games are a great bonus to have. Overall a fab place to go with friends.
Had a great time at the Dough Bar, went for my birthday meal and everything from atmosphere to customer service to our meal was amazing!
The service was fantastic, staff were friendly and efficient. The food and drinks were well priced and. The food and drinks were lovely. Me and my friend couldn’t fault our visit.
Great as always, cheap and amazing food and drinks. Great selection of games to play whilst at in the there. Great location. Friendly staff every time
Went to the Dough Bar with my family (eight of us) prior to seeing Evita at the Empire, so the location was perfect right by Lime Street Station. The staff were really friendly and inviting. Service was very efficient, food was served in good time and was delicious. The Pizza's were the best I have ever had, freshly made and a huge variety of toppings. Some of the party had burgers and Lasagne which they reported were delicious too. I have already recommended the Dough Bar to other family members and it will definitely be my choice for pre-theatre dinner next time I visit the Empire.
I didn't realize it was targeted at students as the Uni is next door, there are TV's and games to play whilst sitting on the sofa's! Lots of students hanging out its almost like a youth club! the staff are extremely laid back and there is no service involved as you have to go to the bar to order your drinks and food, There were 7 of us and 2 people waited over 20 minutes after everybody else to get their food and when it arrived it was cold so they sent it back! We were going to the theatre so time was of the essence, when they brought out a new batch of food they had clearly heated up the original chips in the microwave but we didn't have the time to re-sent them back again! they gave us a free bottle of processco as a way of an apology but again we didn't have time to drink it. on the up side the Pizza's were nice.
Visited the Dough Bar at 6:30 on a wet Friday evening. It was quiet, but not dead. We tried the burgers which were big and tasty. The cask Peerless pale ale was a good match. Food service was a little slow, but not too bas. The staff were welcoming and friendly. Recommended.
Great little bar directly opposite Lime street station. The menu has some traditional options mixed up with some things out of the ordinary. I had a Carbonara pizza and it was delicious, the base was nice and thin with a sour dour taste to it. The cocktail menu is interesting and very reasonably priced ranging from £3 to £5. All in a great little spot with just enough quirkiness to make it interesting and great food.
Didn’t even know this place existed! Friend told me about it and we were not disappointed. Great atomsphere, well priced food and drink. Quality of food was amazing and you got lots for your money. Staff were friendly and helpful. Any place that does pizza and prosecco for £20 has won me over!
The food was delicious and great value for money however we had to leave half of it as it took so long to come and we were off to the theatre. Half the party hot theirs earlier and had finished the others had to wait. It was ordered at the same time but separately.