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In Swedish, ‘hus’ means ‘house’, and this bar and eatery inside the Tempest building is sure to feel like your own home – if your home boasted an amazing rooftop garden that is. Aiming to create a relaxed meeting place where the people of Liverpool can eat, drink and socialise, HUS serves up breakfast, sandwiches and small share plates, as well as great coffee and cocktails in a stylish setting inspired by Scandinavian culture. You’ll find it located on Tithebarn Street in the city centre, only a short walk from Moorfields train station – snag one of the best seats by making a reservation in advance!
Nice place, could do with a few more bar staff as took a while to be served for just a beer when groups are ordering cocktails!
Love the roof garden, good place to go for a few drinks in the sun
Cool and quirky atmosphere and the food is good value for money. Lovely food and good service. Definitely worth a visit.
After spending time in Stockholm and Copenhagen, the guys behind HUS decided to bring a bit of the drinking and dining culture to Liverpool. Scandinavians are known for their eye for design, and HUS Liverpool is suitably stylish, combining raw materials and industrial details with minimalist furniture and bright pops of colour, and with a restaurant, party space and conference area, not to mention Liverpool’s best rooftop bar, no matter what the occasion, HUS provides the perfect backdrop, located inside the Tempest building on Tithebarn Street in the city centre, close to Moorfields train station.
Head on over in the morning for some poached eggs with avocado smash, chilli and crumbled feta on sourdough bread, tuck into some hearty open sandwiches or a wrap at lunchtime, share some small plates of Scandi-inspired cuisine or go for a main course like the Swedish homemade meatballs that give Ikea a run for their money, served with a side of chips, gravy and lingonberry. With some of Liverpool’s hottest dj’s spinning vinyl on the weekends, as well as regular secret supper clubs, art exhibitions and live music events taking place in the basement, whether it's to soak up some culture or go for a leisurely brunch, some after work drinks, a business lunch or to catch up with friends over some craft beers and small plates, HUS is one of Liverpool city centre’s hottest haunts with its trendy yet casual vibe, drawing in crowds from all over the city, every day of the week. Book a table at HUS Liverpool now and make yourself feel right at home!