A booty brimming destination in the heart of the Albert Docks, The Smugglers Cove is a wonderland of cocktail supping sea-dogs, seasonal chow, and one of the biggest collections of rum in Liverpool thanks to its pirate proud façade.
A 5,000 sq ft space, Smugglers Cove is not only one of the biggest bars in Liverpool, it's one of the most unique. Washed down in deep browns, brimming in vintage trinkets and boasting interiors not too unlike a pirate's private galleon, Smugglers Cove raises the bar. Whether you're hunkered down in the main hall with its rich velvets and broody collection of candelabras, or bound to the bar with its in-built piano, reeling of ropes and cast iron booths, no two corners are alike.
So what do the punchy pirate folks at Smugglers Cove like to eat and drink? 'Time flies when you're having rum' is a statement that rings all too true at Smugglers thanks to their 150 bottle strong collection, all hot footing it into cocktails the likes of their 'Buccaneer' with Sailor Jerry, raspberry liqueur and white peach puree at just £6.95. Chowing down? Batten down those belly hatches with seasonal dishes the likes of steak and ale pie at £10.95. A dish that goes down all too well with their Ale Masterclasses at that. Remember folks, dead men may tell no tales, but stuffed men sure love to share.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.25|
|Bottle of House Wine||£15.50|
|Bottle of Champagne||£50.00|
A word from the chef:
Proud pirate fare with a dash of seasonal dining, the menu at Smugglers Cove is an abundance of hearty home dishes and cleverly curated fare. Whether it's smoked haddock rarebit at £12.50, steak and ale pie at £10.95, or their sumptuous Sunday roast at £11.95 these must-try morsels are fun and full of flavour.
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