Afternoon Tea ‘with a twist’ at Malmaison Liverpool

I’m not usually a huge fan of Afternoon Tea as it’s so often very predictable and, to be honest, I very rarely drink tea. However, I’d heard good reviews about Malmaison’s recently ‘revamped’ Afternoon Tea Menu. My colleague Yvonne and I were already planning to visit Malmaison in Liverpool to view their function rooms for an up and coming event, so we decided to book a table in their Brasserie for mid afternoon. Upon arrival, we were met with a stark contrast to the surprisingly perfect summer afternoon in late September….

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Signature Living launches Tealightful Thursdays – a weekly Swing Afternoon Tea to give families something different to do midweek

  SIGNATURE LIVING’S POPULAR MONTHLY SWING AFTERNOON TEA IS INTRODUCED EVERY THURSDAY FOR LADIES WHO LUNCH, MUMS, GRANDMOTHERS AND THOSE SEEKING SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO DO DURING THE WEEK   Signature Living’s monthly Swing Afternoon Tea is always a sell-out and now it has been introduced as a weekly event – Tealightful Thursdays – at the Bastion bar and restaurant.   The new weekly event sees guests indulging in the showstopping Afternoon Tea served on a wooden picnic bench for £19.95 at the restaurant located within The Shankly Hotel. And those…

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LOVE IS IN THE AIR AT SEFTON PARK PALM HOUSE THIS VALENTINE’S DAY

Love is in the air at Sefton Park Palm House this Valentine’s Day.   Between 2-4pm on Sunday, February 14, couples can dance the afternoon away in true botanic bliss during a special Valentine’s Day Tea Dance. Taking place amongst the idyllic backdrop of Sefton Park, Neil Allcock and his band will bring the old fashioned romance back by encouraging partners to hold each other in their arms and enjoy the sounds of love. The Valentine’s Tea Dance will take place on Sunday, February 14 from 2-4pm. Advanced booking is…

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