Liverpudlians enjoy a drink, from a cool cocktail to a hearty real ale. Their sense of fun and love of a great night out guarantee that the bars in Liverpool are lively and that Liverpool nightlife is legendary.
Panoramic 34 on Brook Street is one of the top bars in Liverpool to start. Sip on a signature cocktail while also drinking in breathtaking views of Liverpool at night from 34 floors up the West Tower. You could almost be in Hong Kong or Manhattan! There’s also the super-impressive Alma de Cuba and Palm Sugar Lounge plus glamorous hotel bars Bar Four, The White Bar, Plum Bar and Pima.
Liverpool nightlife must, of course, take in a visit to a pub or two. There are traditional pubs on virtually every street corner, where the welcome will be warm and the beer just the right temperature. Try Thomas Rigby’s on Dale Street, one of Liverpool’s oldest pubs, or head for The Monro or Fly in the Loaf on Hardman Street for genuine Belgian and German beers.
Café bar culture has certainly hit Liverpool with some of the trendiest venues in the North. The award winning Leaf on Bold Street hosts art, music, club nights, hundreds of varieties of tea, delicious restaurant menu and great atmosphere. The new Camp & Furnace is already a firm favourite with the city’s creative scene, a multi-purpose venue with an impressive food and drink menu, caravans, open furnace and indoor park…you need to see this for yourself!