Date Night With Revolution, St Peter’s Square

In Liverpool, we have an amazing selection of restaurants and bars for girls night, hen parties, family celebrations, a last minute night out and of course, date night.

Revolution are dotted around the UK which bars in cities such as Leeds, London Manchester and Nottingham and their food menu is divine!

The Mr and I were kindly invited down to the St Peters Square location in Liverpool for a mid-week date night **

** Date night = watching England in the semi-final of the World Cup.

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I’ll be honest: neither the Mr or I thought the food would be as good as it was. It was brilliant and the service was even better.

We started off in a booth right at the front of the restaurant, but once it reached 6:45pm, we were asked if we would like to move seats to be closer to the big screen and well, they didn’t need to ask us twice.

However, moving seats meant that I lost all the natural light so if the images are slightly grainy, you know why.

We were quick to order drinks: a diet coke for me and a beer for the Mr (who had a horrific motorway journey en route to our date night).


Let’s talk about food.

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We decided to have a three course meal and they very kindly brought our starters out with our mains so it was a real treat whilst we were watching the England match.

At Revolution, they have an incredible deal on for starters in which you could order three dishes for £13 which is just fantastic and there is a lot of choice. I will include individual prices as well for those interested..


  • Calamari with aioli and lemon (£4.25). The Mr ate all these as I’m not a fan.
  • Garlic flatbread with garlic butter and parsley (£4.25)
  • Buttermilk fried chicken strips with big easy mayo (£5.25). These were probably my favourite out of the three.


I ordered the Steak Frites: 8oz rump steak, garlic butter and fries (£12.50). I swapped my fries for coleslaw and the garlic butter did a disappearing act as it was nowhere to be found.

The Mr ordered Slow-Cooked BBQ Ribs: Full rack of slow-cooked pork ribs with smothered in chipotle BBQ sauce, served with fries and coleslaw. (£12.95). He inhaled these and from what he said, the meat just fell off the bone.

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I originally wanted to order the brownie but sadly, they had sold out which was a disappointment as the Baked New York Cheesecake (£3.95) just didn’t live up to expectations. Perhaps I was too full?

The Mr ordered the Chocolate Concrete Sundae (£4.25) which consisted of salted caramel and chocolate sauce, vanilla ice cream, popping candy, bourbon biscuits and rainbow drops. It looked insane and I’m pretty certain he enjoyed it.

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A huge thank you to the Revolution at St Peter’s Square in Liverpool, we had a lovely date night with some delicious dishes!

I’ll be back to try the chocolate brownie, that’s for sure.

EL xx
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6 thoughts on “Date Night With Revolution, St Peter’s Square

  1. Revolution does the most amazing food, doesn’t it?? The fried chicken strips look especially yum. My friend had a burger there with wotsits in – insane!!

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