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The Dixie Dean Hotel Invites You to a Roaring 1920’s Afternoon Tea

In celebration of the roaring 1920’s, The Dixie Dean Hotel is hosting a 1920?s Afternoon Tea of epic proportion; boasting the type of thriving atmosphere with added elegance for which Jay Gatsby himself would be proud of. We?ve decked out the restaurant so you can experience the Roaring Twenties in manageable snapshots, and in mouthfuls of scrumptious sandwiches, sweet cakes, all set to a soundtrack of eclectic jazz music.

So, what are you waiting for? The Dixie Dean Hotel is inviting you to a roaring 1920?s Afternoon Tea.

A Roaring 1920?s Afternoon Tea

Pink Lady in hand and channelling your inner Jay Gatsby or the delightful Daisy Buchanan, you?re invited to make a start on and enjoy the towers of scrumptious sweet and savoury treats on the menu.

This roaring 1920?s Afternoon Tea is both nostalgic and fashionable in equal measure. Get yourself glammed up in your finest, fringed flapper dresses and your best pinstriped suit and enjoy an absolutely roaring 1920?s Afternoon Tea that is sure to bring back all the shenanigans of the wildest era in history.

1920's Afternoon Tea

The real stars of this tea party, though, are the cakes. Inspired by decadence, glamour and prosperity, they are a sight to behold, placed on their plates like flappers perched on the steps of Gatsby?s mansion.

Treat yourself or someone special to the most magical event in Liverpool. Book here now for just ?38.26pp as this roaring 1920?s Afternoon Tea promises to be absolutely wonderful.

Amazing Menus at The No.9 Bar and Restaurant

The party season is almost upon us and, this year, what better way to get the party started than to indulge in a spot of afternoon tea at The Dixie Dean Hotel. That said, if you fancy something more substantial than finger sandwiches and miniature cakes, our menu at the No.9 Bar and Restaurant is absolutely ideal.

1920's Afternoon Tea

From beetroot carpaccio with baby beets, whipped goats? cheese mousse and Parmesan gnocchi to oven roasted saddle of lamb with black pudding, roasted root vegetable puree, pommes Anna and a mint jus, the food at The Dixie Dean Hotel is mouth-wateringly good.

And make sure to leave room for dessert, be it our glazed lemon tart with coconut ice cream and black pepper meringue; our hazelnut and chocolate delice with burnt sugar or a selection of cheeses from local dairies, they?re all absolutely delightful.

Perfect for families and friends, our menu is a great addition to any gathering.

Book a 1920?s Afternoon Tea at The Dixie Dean Hotel

Transporting you back in time, our roaring 1920?s Afternoon Tea is not to missed by the party girls, Jordan Bakers and mysterious bachelors among you. It was Nick Carraway who said: ?You can?t repeat the past.? But, like Jay Gatsby himself, we sure well are going to try.

Our roaring 1920?s Afternoon Tea is to be remembered forever. So, book your ticket here, today ? and get ready for the most magical day ever.

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