The New 1920s-Inspired Cocktail Bar Bringing Live Music And Lavish Decor To Seel Street

Published . By Kay Field.

The Highball Club Collective Seel Street

They even manage to make shots look chic.

A slinky new cocktail bar has landed in Seel Street, serving up gorgeous cocktails and 1920s decor.

The Highball Club is the newest addition to Collective Seel Street, a three-storey concept venue housing five independent businesses. Inspired by the Roaring Twenties, the speakeasy is bringing Gatsby vibes to Liverpool, having taken over from former festive pop-up, The Bar That Stole Christmas. Think low lighting, geometric walls, plush jewel-toned furnishings and lots of gold.

The golden-age theme is extended into their food and drinks menu, with a lavish selection of libations and ‘bootleg’ liquor up for grabs. Take your pick between strawberry daiquiris, cosmopolitans, negronis, shots and a variety of their namesake highball concoctions. The bar also welcomes a regular line-up of live music nights and takeover events, including weekly jazz evenings as well as collaborations and masterclasses.

In other words, welcome to your new date night spot.

The Highball Club is located at 39-41 Seel Street, L14BX. The venue is open seven days a week from 3pm-2am Monday-Thursday and 12pm-3am Friday-Sunday.