Every corner of Liverpool is home to a great boozer.
Liverpool's Traditional Pubs
It isn’t just the Beatles haunts, football stadiums, places of radical culture and stunning cathedrals making for places of worship in Liverpool - traditional, cosy pubs are too.
For pubs in beautiful Georgian buildings, take a walk up towards Liverpool cathedrals where you’ll find city favourites like The Grapes - a traditional wood panelled pub with weekly jazz and real ale. Visitors can enjoy a walk around the cobbled streets and find old school boozers in cosy settings like the Belvedere Arms and Fly in the Loaf as just two examples.
Dale Street close to Moorfields train station is a hive of real ale haunts on one of the original 8 streets of Liverpool, looking down towards the waterfront. Try Lady of Mann and the Railway Tavern.
In New Brighton there’s a cluster of classic pubs just a couple of minutes on foot from New Brighton Beach and Fort Perch Rock.
Lord Street in Southport is packed with traditional pubs close to the nearby Kings Gardens and Marine Lake.
For a local brewing experience, take a look around some of Liverpool breweries. Have a browse of the traditional pub and ale experience below.