Where To Drink Outside In Liverpool
It's not every day that the sun decides to make an appearance... so when it does? You better make it count. Take things alfresco with gorgeous rooftop spaces, gardens where the craft beers flow and terraces that mix live entertainment with fine wines; here's our guide to the best places to drink outdoors in Liverpool.
Wanna know why this is one of the best places to drink in Liverpool? Let us fill you in. Not only has Red Door got a menu of cracking cocktails that includes the Bakewell sour and gin zombie, it also a stunning rooftop garden that's perfect for the warmer months.
Let out your inner child at Abditory, a quirky bar with outdoor seating in Liverpool city centre. Whatever the weather, the terrace has you sorted for alfresco sipping with under cover areas that are perfect for rainy afternoon catch-ups over bites to eat and classic cocktails.
Taking to the third floor of the Bentley Building on the Strand, Liberté offers Insta-worthy views of some of Liverpool's best sights. As you're checking out the waterfront and the Three Graces, get stuck into steak and spring rolls with G&Ts, negronis and sharing cocktails too.
When it comes to drinking outdoors in Liverpool, 14 Bar & Grill should be on your radar. The Bootle hangout is located on - you guessed it - the fourteenth floor of Daniel House, and it teams panoramic views with lamb chops, flamed salmon, beers, wines and cocktails.
Home to one of Liverpool's biggest outdoor terraces, Soho is the buzzing party spot, known for its incredible alfresco atmosphere. Open seven days a week from midday 'til late it's the ideal spot for a day drinking session with your nearest and dearest.
Combining a restaurant, bar and party palace all under one roof, Alma De Cuba is perfect for all occasions. When you aren't inhaling tasty plates and doing your thing on the dancefloor, dip out to the terrace for alfresco drinks in Liverpool.
Serving up traditional British pub fare and the drinks to go with it, Ye Cracke is a historic boozer in the heart of Liverpool. The 19th-century watering hole counts John Lennon as one of its past patrons, and with this glorious beer garden, it's not hard to see why.