The only guide you will need to The Baltic Triangle!

The Baltic Triangle; once the well-worn factory and workshop of the city back in the slave trade of the 1800s, now a thriving and cutting-edge destination that is at the heart of Liverpool’s independent scene.

There is so much going on in The Baltic Triangle that it can be a little hard to keep up - what new places are opening up? Where is the best place to get a G&T? Well, we’ve done the hard work for you and put together the only list you need!

We hope you’re thirsty…


Every week, from Thursday through to Sunday, sample the very best of Liverpool's independent foodie vendors at The Baltic Market - giving you a delicious taste of the city's ever-growing indie food scene. There’s a huge bar with plenty of drinks, from high end spirits to craft beers - something for everyone!

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Providing a unique experience to the Baltic is The Baltic Social. This lively restaurant should definitely be on your list to visit. They’ve got their famous ‘Afternoon Punk Tea’ which includes salt and pepper chicken, fries and cookies!


A traditional pub in the heart of the Baltic Triangle, the Baltic Fleet is full of history! It has 2 secret tunnels leading from their cellar to the Liverpool docklands, as well as one leading to the old red light district of Liverpool. Legend has it that 3 ghosts live there too!


No visit to the Baltic is complete without a visit to the amazing Peaky Blinders Bar within the iconic Cains Brewery Village. Many scenes from the series were filmed within Liverpool and the bar plays homage to this - expect characters walking around, themed cocktails and live music!


In the heart of the Baltic, Love Lane Brewery is an actual working brewery and distillery with an on-site bar, tasting room and eatery. Enjoy a drink at the bar or take part in one of their ‘gin experiences’ - one thing is for sure, you won’t leave thirsty!


Step inside this incredible movie-set themed bar, where live music, cocktails and a good time await! You'll feel like the star of your own movie. 

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Based in the Cains Brewery Village, Birdies Bar & BBQ is an outdoor cocktail bar offering the finest cocktails, beers and street food - there is also plenty of live performers.

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An 18 hole mini golf course with a twist! Grab a wacky drink from their cocktail bar as you take yourself around the course with top local DJ’s, graffiti artwork and street food from the delicious Apocalypse Cow. If you’re looking for a night out with a difference, this is the place!


Looking for a place to just chill out and enjoy a drink with friends? At tusk, in the heart of Northern Lights, Cain’s Brewery Village, you can try one of their spectacular cocktails while sitting next to the log burner. Oh, and you can also bring your furry friends!


Enjoy a warm Liverpool welcome in what has been described as one of Liverpool’s ‘strangest pubs’ - in a good way, of course! Once a place that sold eccentric furniture and decorative pieces, today it is a place to enjoy a local drink while catching up with friends.


If outdoor drinking is your thing, then YARD is definitely the place for you! Enjoy a wide range of drinks in their intimate outdoor space while you sit and enjoy the sunshine (hopefully)! You'll often find live singers, DJs and plenty of entertainment!


Camp and furnace is one of the largest venues in the Baltic Triangle and plays host to some of the city’s biggest events! From film sing alongs, to quiz nights, throwback raves and football screenings, if you’re after something to do it’s the place to head. 


Bongo’s Bungalow is where you will usually find Jonny Bongo warming up for his show over at Content on a Saturday night. Head into the Bungalow and you’ll feel right at home with the bar in the middle of the living room and all the home furnishings. It might not entirely be what you’re expecting though…


Obviously Liverpool has a bar in a Yellow Submarine, why wouldn’t we? Head inside for drinks inside the well known vessel made famous by The Beatles and leave with “We all live in a Yellow Submarine” in your head for the rest of the night. 


Dockleaf is perfect for all weathers! If it’s sunny, head up to the roof terrace for a cocktail or if the weather takes a turn for the worse get cosy inside with a pint of their craft ales. They also put on some pretty impressive roasts on a Sunday and they show football games! 


This Irish bar is the perfect place to head for a good craic! Serving up all your favourite tipples you’ll be able to get all your mates down for a night here. Expect live sports and music, a warm atmosphere and a great food menu. 

Liverpool is a city that is proud of its nightlife, both due to the variety, safety and quality of its offer. Liverpool is proud to hold the Purple Flag award. The Purple Flag accreditation is awarded to towns and cities that offer an entertaining, diverse, safe and enjoyable night out. For more information visit their website,


This blog has been written by Stefan Price, Digital Marketing Assistant for Marketing Liverpool. Stefan looks after digital activity across Marketing Liverpool/Visit Liverpool.
Stefan is 21 years old and is from Liverpool. He loves all things to do with cruises, shopping and the odd Gin and Elderflower!


Baltic Market
Cafe / Bar
Small coloured food vendors inside an airy warehouse. There is festoon lighting and people sat at tables and benches.

Liverpool's first ever street food market, Baltic Market situated on the redeveloped Cains Brewery site.

Baltic Social
Baltic Social in the heart of the Baltic Triangle.

Bringing together quality food, boss music and belter drinks to the heart of Liverpool's Baltic Triangle; your next food or drink stop has got to be the Baltic Social.

Peaky Blinders Bar - Baltic Triangle
The Peaky Blinders bar houses in a converted warehouse in the Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool

Peaky Blinders bar in Liverpool's Cains Brewery Village is a must-visit for all fans of the Birmingham based, Liverpool filmed gangster epic. Located within the Baltic Triangle of Liverpool, a former industrial hub, you'll find Beer Mongers on the warehoused street of Stanhope Street, surrounded by numerous converted bars occupying the former brewery site.

Love Lane Brewery (formerly H1780 Tap & Still)
Inside of Love Lane Brewery with benches in the middle of the industrial looking room.

Drink or dine with a window into the heart of the distillery/brewery, all in a venue that would make the meatpacking district in New York jealous!