Eating Out in Merseyside
In Venice, a bacaro is a workingman’s pub where snacks called cichetti are served in small plates, and wine is served in a commensurately small glass (“ombra” in the local dialect). Historically, bàcari were simple places: small, dark canteens where a Venetian’s thirst for wine could be quenched and his appetite calmed – as early as 9:00am – after a long morning’s work, or in the evening hours before dinner. Salt House Bacaro is a Venetian small plates joint, pizzetts, pasta’s, risotto’s and small plates of perfection. Inspired by the back street Bacaro’s of Venice we are in the heart of Liverpool’s financial district and just 2 minutes walk from L1. Great cocktails, fab staff. Up north we do things differently, we say hello to strangers, stop and help people looking for directions and in general look out for one another. lt!