Granted, you're not in short supply of cocktail bars in the Cavern Quarter, but you certainly won't find one as theatrical as The Alchemist. Renowned for creating concoctions that smoke, bubble and boil, this quirky watering hole is perfect for memorable date nights and fun drinks with the gang.
Cavern Quarter Bars
Former stomping ground of The Beatles and a hotspot for live music fans, this tiny area is much more than just a cultural hub for Macca memorabilia. It's also home to a whole variety of drinking dens, old and new. From late-night party palaces and historical rock'n'roll haunts to cool cocktails lairs, here's your fix of Liverpool's best bars around the Cavern Quarter.
Looking for Liverpool bars to head to? Yates is a brilliant spot for food and drink. Split across two floors, the venue is also great for nights out with friends and sports viewings. Chow down on mini nachors or baked nuggets and wash it all down with a pint.
Found on Victoria Street, Mambo Club Liverpool is one of the best places to drink in the Cavern Quarter. Not only does it boast some of the most unique interiors around, with bright pink walls and a cool ball pit, but also delicious cocktails and Ibiza-style DJ nights.
Meet Slug and Lettuce: your one-stop shop for gorgeous interiors, tasty food and happy hours in the Cavern Quarter. Head over for a boozy weekend brunch, a tasty mid-week meal or a few after-work drinks with mates.
A romantic restaurant, club and watering hole in one, Dash is bowling us over with its swoon-worthy decor - think pastel hues, floral accents and glamorous lighting. It's also serving up New York vibes with a long list of signature and classic cocktails.
Entered through a telephone box, Ex-Directory is the place to go for fun nights out in Liverpool's Cavern Quarter. The secret bar oozes speakeasy vibes with plush booths and atmospheric lighting. To drink? An array of aesthetic tipples.
With wallet-friendly happy hour deals, fun karaoke evenings and regular live music sets, it's easy to see why The Grapes is up there for places to drink in the Cavern Quarter. Plus, Beatles fans will be happy to hear that it's also got historical ties to the band.