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.

Last updated on 15th June 2021




The Albert, Liverpool

10 user reviews 4

Looking for a chilled out drinking spot this summer? Head over to this traditional pub where they're opening up their relaxed courtyard space for all your open-air drinking needs, as well as tasty roast dinners come Sunday.

Brookhouse, Liverpool

30 user reviews 4

One of the best places to drinks outside in Liverpool, The Brookhouse is home to sprawling front terrace, ideal for catching some rays through the summer months. On top great craft beers and cold G&Ts, they can sort you for classic pub grub and tasty bar snacks.

The Merchant

21 user reviews 5

One of the coolest bars in Liverpool, The Merchant mixes things up with craft beers, fully loaded burgers and live entertainment throughout the week. In the summer? Head to the quaint terrace out back to chill out in one of the plush booths. 

Hope & Anchor Liverpool

15 user reviews 5

One of the best places to drink outside in Liverpool, The Hope & Anchor is the football-loving pub with a massive beer garden, perfect for sunning yourself in the warmer months. Grab your gang and head over to the Knowledge Quarter bar for beers and live sports all through the summer.

Abditory

41 user reviews 5

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.

Liberté

371 user reviews 3

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.

After-work drinks with a view? A boozy afternoon tea on the weekend? Whatever your style, elevate things with a trip to Goodness Gracious; the seasonal bar that serves Liverpudlians with sky high tipples from March through October.

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.