Wall Of Fame

This little Establishment situated on Victoria street/Matthew street was really quite surprising, from the outside it looks quite small but upon entering I didn’t realise how big it actually was.
The whole bar and restaurant area was American themed it had a lovely atmosphere when you walked in through that door, we were greeted by a young chap behind the bar called Tom, he walked us on down to the restaurant at the back and passed us over to the girl looking after the restaurant area.

We were both seated at a nice table for 2, and were left for a few minutes to gather our thoughts and get comfy, and to make a start on looking at the menu, this is always a pet hate of mine when going out to eat being questioned as soon as you have sat down! Well done wall of fame on that point J.
The menu was still kept in with the American theme and was really easy to read and to also understand, the different types of food was explained underneath which was a massive help as being a girl I’m so indecisive it made choosing something to eat that little bit more enjoyable!

We both decided to go with the 2 mains and 2 sides for £20 offer, (Available Sunday – Thursday before 6pm) I chose the mac daddy with bacon and cheese fries and he chose the philly cheese burger also with bacon and cheese fries and a bucket of onion rings, while we waited for our food to cook we got to have a proper look around the place and take in all the magnificent details that have been put into this special little place. I have to say that the florescent lights hanging around the place where my favourite (I’m trying to find some of my own) it gave a real cosy feel to the place, on the wall just to the left of our seat was a massive Mural of the Beatles in front of the liver building great touch of home in the masses of American replica. In my eyes, over to the right of the table was a glass cabinet with a drum kit in and some guitars hanging up on the walls It was a splendid touch and complemented the decor of the bar well!

The food came over and I have never seen such mouth-watering food before the burgers was huge and jam packed with little bits and bobs and the bacon fries…..BEST I have ever had these meals where not short of flavors sat there I genuinely felt like I was in America the staff left us alone to eat as well they just seemed to come over at the right time!

All in all, I would Hugely recommend you take a trip to Wall of fame it would suit any budget and is a really good family environment to be in, good for a meal and for a night out as they do live music on a Friday and Saturday night, what more would you want from a place J.
We will be back to try the cocktails at some point in the near future and also the regular great offers they post on their Twitter page, we also want to try the Deep fried Oreo’s but we were far to stuffed from all that great food.

Check the Wall of Fame out on Twitter: Wall_famel1 or www.walloffameliverpool.com for bookings: 0151 306 5567

Till Next Time

Hollie x

Liverpool Loves Festival

So I was at a bit of a loose end on the 6th of august, I had a free Saturday with nothing planned and the sun was shining, I had a look at a few things to do but decided on going to the Liverpool loves festival on the Liverpool pier. What a fantastic choice I made the atmosphere was electric! Everywhere I looked there was something to do, there was 5 stages of live music all different genres of music I have to say though my favorite stage was the igloo with their funky disco music it was full of so many different age groups all there to have a good time. I went outside for some air once I had finished having a dance and to check out some of the stalls and workshops they had, my first port of call was the gin bar I spotted I’ve never seen so many different types of gin before and they weren’t bad for price either, next up was the sky swing I’ve been meaning to go on that since it arrived in Liverpool however after looking up at the people on it I changed my mind I don’t think alcohol and heights would mix very well.  Next I spotted a glitter stall there was some beautiful designs done by the girls in the marquee some lad even had his whole beard covered in green glitter!

A bit further up from the glitter marquee was a circus skills workshop for the kids which is a fantastic idea it makes it enjoyable for all the family the kids looked like they were having so much fun spinning plates and doing a bit of Ariel hoop, I carried on walking down towards the entrance there was so many food huts along the way and they all smelt so good and looked absolutely incredible.

All in all, Liverpool loves was a fun packed day with masses of variety and all for FREE where such a lucky City!

Till Next time

Hollie x

Santa Maluco Launch

Santa Maluco Launch Night -13th July 2016

Located in the shadow of the Town Hall, Santa Maluco sits in an ideal location, from the outside Santa Maluco appears to not offer much, however, inside a Whole different experience awaits.
With a modern quirky feel about the place, with its carefully chosen décor and intimate feel, you can certainly feel the atmosphere, in The bar area, quirky designed tables are aplenty for people to socialise and chat, and with window bays with seats and cushions and dim lighting to offer that certain intimate touch it certainly offers that homely feel the graffiti style walls also adds to the unique feel of the place, .
Having already seen several pizzas served, I had highs expectations, the food looked absolutely divine, and I was not wrong, the Duck pizza I had was simply mouth-watering, you can tell these pizzas have been made with affection and enthusiasm, I was simply in food heaven, I have to say (so far) this was the best pizza I have ever tasted, it wasn’t to greasy, and it wasn’t too under cooked it was just right, Sadly I never got to try the desert pizza, but wow, they looked lovely, it was evident to see the craftsmanship that has gone into making these pizza’s and they were not disappointing.

One thing I simply had to try was the Legendary cocktails, it was suggested to try the world famous $5 shake cocktail, after seeing them being served during the night to various people, I had to try one, I admit, I did have mu initial reservations about trying cream and vodka together, BUT how wrong I was, this cleverly mixed combination tingled all the taste buds, served in an authentic milk bottle (Yes milk bottle) topped with whipped cream, this cocktail was by far in my list of top cocktails that I have ever had, and I have to say this went down a little to nicely after having this cocktail, I am sure I will be back on many more occasions to slowly drink my way through the Cocktail menu next on the list: Bubble-gum  Sour

The staff in Santa Maluco are an absolute credit to the business, the bar tenders, offer suggestions on what would be the best drink to try and the servers offer you guidance on what would be the best to eat, I didn’t understand what the little wheel was for but that again adds to the uniqueness of the venue.

Overall Santa Maluco is going to be one venue to definitely keep any eye on, set right in the heart of the business district, this venue is sure to be a hit with both office workers and those looking for a unique dining experience, opening from 12 – 12 each day, this place will be ideal if you fancy a light bite for lunch, or a full blown evening meal, one thing is for sure, Santa Maluco will not disappoint.

 

 

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