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Top Liverpool restaurants team up for ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ feast

Some of Liverpool’s top restaurants will team up later this month for a “once-in-a-lifetime Moveable Feast” in aid of Action Against Hunger.

Diners will get the chance to visit some of the city’s most exclusive eateries whilst enjoying a specially curated four-course menu together with a “thoughtfully prepared wine pairing”.

Guests will attend a drinks reception before rotating between four renowned restaurants, enjoying a unique course at each venue, which has been specifically designed for the event.

To begin the evening, Buyers Club will serve a uniquely crafted cocktail and aperitivo from its new deli to get guests “in the party mood” ahead of a four-course menu.

Diners will then be escorted to some of Liverpool’s most exclusive venues with chef-patron Paul Askew opening up his private dining room for guests at The Art School.

The ‘Moveable Feast’ will also visit London Carriage Works and its Old Book Room; Oktopus off Hardman Street and the Hope Street Hotel, which will be hosting diners in its fifth floor private dining room.

Paul Askew of The Art School, says: “I’m delighted to be part of the ‘Moveable Feast’ with Action Against Hunger and look forward to welcoming guests to our new private dining room.

“It promises to be a very special evening and myself and the team will be pulling out all of the stops to ensure we deliver a memorable night for diners and raise as much money as possible for this fantastic charity.”

The ‘Moveable Feast’ on 22 March will be in aid of international development organisation, Action Against Hunger with all funds raised going directly to support their work to end child malnutrition in over 49 countries around the world.

Tickets for the event can be booked here.

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