13. Aug, 2019

The Watering Can

64 Greenbank Road, Liverpool L18 1HQ

Great little local cosy Bistro/Café serving tasty breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

Seasonal ingredients, amazing salads, delicious sharing platters and from what we saw, some amazing cakes made by local artisan bakers and in-house (they looked fabulous!)

By night, the Watering Can becomes a small local restaurant in its own right, specialising in an assortment of pizzettes and a wondaful array of small plates, and  some organic wines or cocktails to accompany your food choices.

The interiors are lovely too and feature lots of natural wood,re-claimed scaffolding boards, rusted tin, tree trunks a rustic wooden bar, with a gorgeous cosy conservatory to boot! looking out over the stunning renovated walled garden which was apparently part of the grounds of the Rathbone’s family estate. 

A gorgeous little local find, attached to the equally beautiful Sefton Park, a great place to hang out with friends or family to eat, drink or both, stylish, contemporary and great savoury and sweet choices, go hang out, you wont be disappointed, well worth a visit.

Website: http://www.thewateringcanliverpool.com/