Baltic Triangle

No visit to Liverpool is complete without a trip to The Baltic Triangle. London has Shoreditch, New York has Brooklyn, Manchester has the Northern Quarter and we have The Baltic Triangle. 

First, let’s set the scene. Think street art - of the winged, Beatles and football kind - suntrap bars, gin gardens, golf courses inside a warehouse, independent food and vintage markets, coffee shops, breweries, incredible music venues, arcades, skateparks and the craziest night of bingo you will ever have in your life; eyes down everyone! 

Sounds amazing, right? At just a 15 minute walk South of the City Centre, The Baltic Triangle, or ‘The Baltic’, often referred to by the locals, is the perfect place for all occasions in Liverpool. It’s one of the most exciting, creative and fast growing areas of the city with no signs of slowing down. What was once an unused area full of warehouses, factories and breweries has now been repurposed into a thriving independent cultural hub. So, that's all great, but you’re thinking -  “what actually is it?”

Well. It’s raw, it’s creative, it’s Scouse. It’s the place for brunch, lunch and an evening meal. It’s for partying the night away and dancing on tables. It’s for celebrating birthdays, graduations, weddings or just a Saturday night. It’s for soaking up the sun with a Gin in a Tin on a Bank Holiday weekend. It’s for late night raves with Jonny Bongo. It’s for music festivals all summer long. It’s for coffee to go, halloumi fries on tap, signature cocktails and locally brewed beer. It’s where you hear music from every genre and laughter all day long, rain or shine. It’s for selfies with Klopp, the Fab Four and Liverpool’s Liver Birds. It’s for friends, first dates, family days out and not forgetting, the pet pooches. It’s the place you fall in love with Liverpool even more. 

So on your next trip to Liverpool make sure you check out The Baltic Triangle for a taste of the city’s creative scene. But we can’t let you go without a few recommendations too.  

For something to eat you’ll want to check out The Baltic Market for a bit of street food heaven, Lu Ban for authentic Chinese small plates, The Baltic Social for punk afternoon tea and Dockleaf for a Sunday roast to end the week. 

Fancy a coffee? No problem! Coffee & Fandisha, Ditto Coffee, Ryde and - a coffee shop and a bike repair store in one. 

If you’re after a couple of drinks then you’re spoilt for choice. Love Lane Brewery and Black Lodge Brewery brew their own, The Baltic Market have their own gin bar and the Botanical Garden is a hidden gem with gin slushies on tap. Constellations and Birdies have beer gardens you could spend the whole summer in or head underground into the weird and wonderful Hobo Kiosk. For a bit of Irish craic there’s Punch Tarmey’s and by order of the Peaky Blinders you must visit the Peaky Blinders Bar. Take a look at our 'Baltic Bar Hop' blog for pics and more exciting anecdotes! 

There’s also plenty of things to do there too! Take on your friends at a round of Ghetto Golf, compete for a Henry Hoover at the legendary Bongo’s Bingo, go back in time with retro arcade games at Arcains or spend an afternoon playing board games at Sugar and Dice. 

Keep an eye out for the events that take over the whole area on your trip as well. From Sound City Festival to The Baltic Weekender, Positive Vibration, Sonic Yootha, Threshold and loads more, there’s always something going on you can plan ahead for. 

We’ll meet you on Baltic Green. 
 

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