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The Globe
A lovely old-fashioned pub in the heart of the city centre, The Globe brims with personality, from the animated patrons to the bar's sloping floor, which can have the effect of increasing one's feelings of inebriation.

Address: 17 Cases Street | Telephone: 0151 707 0067 |

Furnival's Well
Classic novelist Charles Dickens was a special constable here when it was a Victorian police station. Now a Dickens-themed bar, enjoy cocktails in a former cell now furnished with soft leather seats and a curtain for privacy.

Address: 1 Campbell Square | Telephone: |

The Ship and Mitre
On the edge of the business district, the quiet night-time street gives way to a good-natured throng putting the world to rights over a choice of 15 regularly changing hand pulled ales and ciders plus many draft, craft and continental beers.

Address: 133 Dale Street | Telephone: 0151 236 0859 |

Berry and Rye
You can't book and it's not exactly easily found but this atmospheric speakeasy-style bar is worth the effort. There's jazz and blues to accompany the booze which includes speciality whiskey and gin cocktails.

Address: 48 Berry Street | Telephone: 0151 345 7271 |

Hard Times & Misery
Cosy, quirky one-up, one-down sliver of a pub defying its sardonic name, and whose tiny size only adds to its charm. With weekly changed, all independently British ales, wines and artisan gins.

Address: 2B Maryland Street | Telephone: 0151 345 6841 |

The White Star
Lunchtimes and late afternoons are a good time to catch a jovial crowd gathered in the bar of this small, fiercely traditional pub where conversation is king.

Address: 2-4 Rainford Gardens | Telephone: 0151 231 6861 |

Philharmonic Dining Rooms
Possibly the only pub on earth where the ornate roseate marble gents urinals are on the itinerary of sightseeing tours, this grand Victorian hostelry (“The Phil” to locals) is worth a visit for its striking design alone.

Address: 36 Hope Street | Telephone: 0151 707 2837 |

The Belvedere Arms
John Lennon used to come here and members of the city's acclaimed Philharmonic Orchestra still do frequent this tiny, cosy and convivial pub with a real fire and craft ales courtesy of local microbrewers.

Address: 5 Sugnall Street, off Falkner Street | Telephone: 0151 709 0303 |

Pen Factory
With a warmth and sociability defying its size and subterranean setting, the Pen Factory stocks an impressive range of wines from small independent producers, all served by the glass, artisan beers, bespoke spirits and cocktails to complement a good small plates menu.

Address: 13 Hope Street | Telephone: 0151 709 7887 |

A laid-back Independent tea shop, bar and venue, on two floors, keeping customers happy breakfast to bedtime with award-winning brews, good food, live music, art, life drawing classes and more.

Address: 65-67 Bold Street | Telephone: 0151 707 7747 |


24 Kitchen Street
House, techno, garage, drum'n'bass and grime parties feature at this quirky, stripped back mixed-use independent music and arts space a little out of town. With studios, workshops and exhibitions as well as regular DJ sets.

Address: 24 Kitchen Street | Telephone: 07801 982583 |

The Cavern Club
There's live music every day from mid-afternoon until late evening in the club's main arena, with free admission most of the time, on the site of the original Cavern, where a young band called the Beatles first began to attract attention. 

Address: 10 Mathew Street | Telephone: 0151 236 1965 |

In an up and coming area for alternative venues, District is a vibrant multi-purpose venue hosting gigs, club nights, screenings, talks and more. The outdoor bar promises a summer of “reggae beats".

Address: 61 Jordan Street | Telephone: 07812 141936 |

Alma de Cuba
If Madonna opened a bar, this would be the one: the spectacular transformation of an 18th century Catholic church,with thousands of flickering candles, the original high altar, Caribbean cocktails and Samba dancers.  

Address: St Peter's Church, Seel Street | Telephone: 0151 709 1567 |

A former industrial recycling yard transformed into an award winning event space with warehouse, garden and bar, Constellations hosts festivals, open air parties, contemporary music events and more.

Address: 35-39 Greenland Street | Telephone: 0151 345 6302 |

The Zanzibar
An antidote to some of its more pretentious neighbours, the Zanzibar's down-to-earth, cave-like atmosphere is the setting for rock and alternative music from established stars to emerging talent.

Address: 43 Seel Street | Telephone: 0151 707 0633 |

The Jacaranda
Where the Beatles met their first manager, the Jac has changed a bit since the 1950s when it sold only coffee but, at the heart of pub and clubland, is still a good place to catch local up and coming bands. 

Address: 21-23 Slater St | Telephone: 0151 708 2942 |

The Laughterhouse at the Slaughter House
Many of the biggest names in British comedy have performed in this intimate and atmospheric underground setting where act and audience are within easy heckling distance.

Address: 13-15 Fenwick Street | Telephone: 0151 227 5946 |

The Cavern Club
Sharing the same hallowed ground as the original Cavern, where the Beatles served their musical apprenticeship, two stages and the “Live Lounge” feature soloists, cover bands, tribute shows and unsigned showcase nights.

Address: 10 Mathew Street | Telephone: 0151 236 1965 |

Heebie Jeebies
Heebies to locals, this alternative nightspot is cool, characterful and congenial, and features an attractive courtyard that's a suntrap on the days it decides to shine.

Address: 80-82 Seel Street, L1 4BH | Telephone: 0151 709 3678 |

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