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In the heart of Liverpool’s Cavern Quarter – just yards from the world-famous Cavern Club on Victoria Street – Wall of Fame is a musically-inspired eatery guaranteed to excite Liverpool residents and tourists alike. Easily reached from Liverpool James Street station, its American-themed menu is the ideal location to celebrate a special occasion, or to give your city centre night out the perfect start.
great burger, with lots of choice, cool venue close to town
Very friendly staff good service lovely meal thank you the cocktail was very good and overall good value for money definately recommend to other people
Service was very slow you expect to wait for food as it's cooked fresh, but we als waited 30 mins for drinks to be served
Liverpool’s Wall of Fame celebrates the many famous musical names that have called the city home over the years – there have been 54 number one singles written or performed by Scousers, and the list is understandably dominated by The Beatles – and it is to this nearby location that Wall of Fame Bar & Kitchen owes its name. Its location, on Victoria Street in the city centre’s Cavern Quarter, is just yards from the Cavern Club, where the Fab Four got their start, and their food is something of an American Invasion: ironic, when you think about it.
Opening early on Victoria Street, visitors arriving to Wall of Fame between 8am and 11am can sample the breakfast menu, with American favourites like bagels, pancakes and waffles and fried green tomatoes. Those visiting the Cavern Quarter or the city centre of Liverpool later for a full meal or a lunch will be excited to try the wings, the burgers or the pizza and their regional specialities like Philly Cheese Steak and New York Reuben, as well as a few left-field choices: Cherry Coke-cooked duck anyone? Wall Of Fame is new in town, but its reputation is growing fast: we recommend booking a table for your foodie flight to the US of A.