This year, Alma de Cuba is set to host the glitzy Liverpool Food & Drink Festival Awards 2017. The greatly anticipated festival will be celebrating its 10th year offering Liverpool foodies the best of food and drink.
Honouring the city’s fantastically creative independents, the ceremony honours local talent and hardworking businesses in style. The dazzling awards ceremony is expected to be bigger and better than ever.
Attendees can look forward to 12 categories this year including Street Food King or Queen, Best Signature Cocktail and Best Hangout for Families.
Since taking ownership of Alma de Cuba earlier this year, we’re hugely proud and excited that Alma has been nominated for Best Social Media Presence, Liverpool’s Favourite Place to Eat and Most Popular Signature Cocktail.
Remaining true to the much-loved Alma brand, the striking building itself and its stunning features have been carefully maintained, ensuring that the venue doesn’t lose its fantastically historic character and charm.
Dominic Levi (owner of Neon Jamon, Tribeca and Three Piggies), Danny Murphy (owner of Berry and Rye and Jenny’s Bar) and talented duo Oliver Press and David Williams (the brains behind Independent Liverpool and the Baltic Market) have all been shortlisted this year for the Outstanding Contribution to Liverpool’s Food and Drink Scene award.
Affectionately known to locals as ‘the Polish Church’, Alma de Cuba is one of Liverpool’s best-loved venues in the heart of the city’s nightlife scene. Formerly standing as 1700s St. Peters Catholic Church, the unique venue offers guests a truly unforgettable experience from start to finish.
The stylish contrast of contemporary style and opulent original features including the awe-inspiring alter and beautiful stained class windows. Renowned as one of the best cocktail bars in Liverpool, Alma is a go-to venue for perfectly crafted cocktails and plenty of expertise from the talented team.
A fusion of colourful Cuban culture, Alma de Cuba has attracted locals and visitors to the city for a number of years, bringing something wonderfully exciting to Liverpool.
The Food and Drink Festival will fill picturesque Sefton Park on the 16th & 18th of September. Make sure you don’t miss out on an array of tasty sweet and savoury treats washed down with a diverse selection of drinks.
The awards ceremony follows on from the festival, so you can vote for your favourite independents until 21st September.