As one of the best late night bars in Liverpool, Red Door is known for its weird and wacky cocktails, like the Bakewell Sour and the electric blue Maya Blossom. Neon signs and leather armchairs make up the off the wall decor, while happy hour deals keep you sipping away.
Weird And Wonderful Bars In Liverpool
From the mildly wacky to the totally other-worldly, there's more than enough offbeat drinking destinations to keep you entertained from Chapel Street to the Baltic Triangle. From bustling hideaways where you can watch a circus show all the way to hidden speakeasies and pirate hideaways, read our recommendations for some of the quirkiest Liverpool bars.
Have a carnival inside a converted Catholic church at Alma De Cuba. This bar and restaurant is decked out in horned chandeliers, hosts circus performances and can have a choir sing to you while you eat at its Sunday Service Gospel Brunch.
Pirate-themed hideaway, Smugglers Cove, is known for its roasts as much as its rum list, which is one of the most extensive in the city. This quirky bar on the Albert Dock is also one of the biggest cocktail venues in Liverpool, so there's plenty of weird and wacky to experience.
Concealed behind a red telephone box, Ex-Directory is a top spot for drinks in Liverpool. Make your way to this secret bar where you'll find a lush speakeasy with exposed brick walls and cocktails that come served in bathtubs and disco balls.
You know you've stumbled into somewhere a bit different when the neon sign on the wall reads 'Sleep Is The Baby Mama Of Death'. Plying craft beer, cocktails and good tunes to the wee small hours, Motel is not just one of the wackiest, but also one of the funnest bars in Liverpool.
Composed of a bar, club and courtyard, this popular Liverpool student bar is the go to place for burgers, beers and bouncy castles. With live music 5 days a week, and a silent disco every Thursday, there's something for everyone at Heebie Jeebies.