Located in one of Liverpool's richest art and cultural districts, The Art School is s a true labour of love and the first venue of its kind in Liverpool. Expect fine dining at this two-AA-rosette restaurant with the finest produce and ingredients set alongside a superb selection of wines and champagnes. Menus range from the Prix Fixe (available lunch and early evening) to tasting menus with optional wine flights. The Victorian interior is breathtaking, set in the Lantern Room of the 1888 Home for Destitute Children. The stunning glass lantern ceiling, with its soft natural lighting, was inspired by the building's previous life as a sculpture room. The restaurant owes its elegant ambience to Paul Askew, owner and executive chef, who was previously the chef and director at Liverpool's Hope Street Hotel and The London Carriage Works. Paul is also a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts and a passionate advocate of North West produce. In 2014, Paul was awarded the title of 'Outstanding Champion and Pioneer' at the Liverpool Food and Drink Awards as well as a 'Northern Restaurant and Bar' special industry achievement award. The restaurant is just off of Hope Street, home to the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the Everyman Theatre, making it the perfect pre-show fine dining destination. A new bespoke champagne and wine cellar, The Art School Cellars, opened in September 2017 bringing ‘gastronomic grazing’ to Liverpool with a handpicked selection of premium Champagnes, fine wines, British cheeses and artisan Charcuterie.
Join us on Thursday 25 April at 7pm for the latest in our sell out series of Wine Makers dinners. We will be joined by Dimitri Mesnard, Master Sommelier and International Brand Ambassador for Jackson Family Wines.
Five courses paired with five wines, £130 per head. Contact Reservations for the latest availability
Please note that this is a TICKET ONLY event, payment is required in full upon time of booking.
For that very special occasion celebrate in style here at The Art School Restaurant.
From special birthdays to business breakfasts, weddings to anniversary celebrations, choose from one of our three luxury rooms and enjoy the finest food, drink and service.
Enjoy gastronomic grazing in our tutored tasting room with our Sommelier led experience. Dine in intimate luxury in our newly opened Moriarty Private dining room or enjoy the stunning surrounds of the multi award winning Art School Restaurant Lantern room where Chef Patron, Paul Askew, will develop seasonal menus for your occasion.
|Tue||12:00 - 14:15||17:00 - 21:30|
|Wed||12:00 - 14:15||17:00 - 21:30|
|Thu||12:00 - 14:15||17:00 - 21:30|
|Fri||12:00 - 14:15||17:00 - 21:30|
|Sat||12:00 - 14:15||17:00 - 21:30|
We've launched our afternoon tea service in the Art School Cellars and we've been delighted with the response from our guests.
Chef Askew and his team have developed a range of menus. You can peruse them at your leisure here with a vegetarian option also available here.
The afternoon tea, which is served daily from 2pm until 4.30pm, with speciality teas, prosecco or Champagne can be booked through our website here
|Main dining room capacity||50|
|Max group booking size||50|
|Average 3 course lunch price (excluding drinks)||£32|
|Average 3 course evening meal price (excluding drinks)||£32|
|Automatic service charge||Yes|
|Children's dining restrictions||Yes|
|Children's dining details||No children under the age of 5 years old. Children aged between 5 and 11 can dine at the restaurant during lunch and early evening (before 6:15pm). Children aged 12+ are free to dine during any of our sittings.|
|Wheelchair access throughout facility||Yes|
|Dedicated disabled toilets||Yes|
|Payment by credit card||Yes|
|Payment by debit card||Yes|
|Separate bar with seating||Yes|