Baltic Market is Liverpool's first street food market, home to the best tastes Liverpool has to offer, and all under one roof at the Cains Brewery. All vendors that appear in the market are Liverpool based independents, and all food comes from local producers.
Try a plethora of gastronomic delights all in one place, from salt & pepper fries, to fried halloumi; stone-baked pizza to seasonal craft beers. The Baltic market reflects the values that makes Liverpool what it is. Just like the city was moulded from the melting pot that the massive docks created, the Baltic market is a melting pot of different cultures and counter-cultures that exist within the city limits.
If you want to get a flavour of all things Liverpool, but you only have one afternoon to do it in, then pop down and experience something new. Even if you’ve been before, every time you go is sure to be different.
Every Sunday a different market exists in the morning, some weekends it’s a vegan market, others its antiquities, and some it’s just a simple farmers market. The point is, you’ll always be trying something new and experience different sounds, sights and smells when your there.
There is on-site parking in the Cains Brewery Village right beside them. If that’s full, you can find spaces all around The Baltic Triangle area or 5 minutes down the road at the L1 multi-story car park.