Like any large city in Britain, Liverpool has a great range of food covering cuisines from across the world. The two main areas for eating and drinking are the city centre itself, where the most upmarket restaurants are based, and Lark Lane, a few miles outside the centre, which is packed with independent shops, bars and eateries. Fridays and Saturday nights are when Liverpool comes alive, and many of the bars and clubs are focused in the areas around Mathew Street (also the location of the Cavern Club) and Concert Square. Seel Street is an up and coming addition to Liverpool’s nightlife, with some great music venues and cool bars. Liverpudlians like to dress up for an evening out, so unless you are going specifically to an alternative club, bear that in mind. To drink like a local, keep an eye out for pubs serving cask beer from Cain's, Liverpool’s main brewery.