Red Door is the ultimate late-night cocktail bar, bringing you bright neon lights, happy hour deals and quirky drinks aplenty. And when the sun's shining? Its lush terrace is hard to beat, with leafy decor, lashings of fizz and pop-up events making it one of the top outdoor bars in Liverpool.
Rooftop Bars in Liverpool
There's nothing better than sipping amazing cocktails while watching the sunset over the city. And when the weather's right? It's time to eat, drink and party at the best rooftop bars in Liverpool. From sophisticated spots oozing date night vibes to fun late-night dens that'll keep you dancing 'til the early hours, these are the sky-high places for you.
When it comes to rooftop bars in Liverpool, Five is coming up trumps, offering Ibiza vibes, stunning scenes and a whole host of tasty cocktails. A joint venture by Mason's and Epic, the sky-high haunt plays host to a range of DJs and musicians, as well as adding some spice to your weekend with its bottomless brunch.
The best bars in Liverpool? With vibrant interiors and a wacky rooftop area, pizza parlour Crazy Pedro's is the perfect pick come rain or shine. Hit up the fun Parr Street terrace for a changing selection of classic and unconventional slices paired with creative cocktails and ice cold beers.
With jazzy interiors, gorgeous plates and jaw-dropping waterfront views, Liberté has well and truly earned its place on our list of Liverpool's best rooftop bars. Meet your mates here for a luxurious afternoon of drinks in the sunshine or check out one of its regular pop-up cinema events.
Head to the Daniel House hotel in Bootle, where 14 Bar & Grill is creating a stir - yep, you guessed it - 14 floors up. Enjoy panoramic vistas while sipping on cocktails and tucking into an eclectic menu that spans everything from Sunday roasts and steak to sushi and brunch.
Packing spectacular Instagram-ready views and an assortment of comfy seating, Goodness Gracious is the ideal place for sunseekers. The secret terrace of Liverpool's much-loved Oh Me Oh My, this spot was made for sky-high boozing, alfresco after-work drinks and weekend chilling.