Cool and Quirky Bars in Liverpool
One of the most forward thinking cities in the UK and boasting the best nightlife? You had to know that Liverpool was set to come up with some of the best in the weird and wonderful bar department too. A wonderland of tiki themed clubs, pirate drinking shacks and neon-lit basements, why not check out our recommendations for the most cool and quirky bars in Liverpool.
Last updated on 3rd October 2016
Get set for the bright lights of Circo, as this quirky Liverpool club promises nothing but the best for its quirky patrons. A wonderland of miscreants and mischief, head on down to this boozy bazaar for themed cocktails, interiors, circus performers and plenty more.
Inject a bit of Bavarian into your night out at Bierkeller, the most fun Bavarian bar in town. The German bar celebrates all things Oktoberfest-like with long communal tables perfect for parties, steins of ice cold beer, and live music in the form of an Oompah band.
It's all aboard when it comes to one of the most unique bars in Liverpool. Primed for cocktails, shots and swashbuckling antics, this venue is a space of pirates, sea theme and tyranny combined in a space that promises unique bites and stunning drinks.
Subterranean boozing comes in the shape of one of the most quirky basement bars in Liverpool. A schmoozing space that promises sexy nods to Mexican and South American culture, head on down to this top number for booths behind bars, unique elixirs and some of the best nights in the business.
Don't miss out on the finest speakeasy bar in Liverpool. With noriety to its name and some of the best cocktails in the city, Berry and Rye make this list for cocktails alone. Not just a space for some of the finest concoctions, envelop yourself in a truly decadent and vintage, drinking world.
Fleet Street is the place for one of the most unique bars in Liverpool, and Motel Bar is the name. A unrivaled space of urban interiors and industrial charm, the raw-edge to Motel promises American drinks and cocktails in a top and unusual enviroment.
Hailed as a drunken parrot sanctuary, Aloha is the place to head if you're hankering after a quirky tiki bar in Liverpool. Heralded for their themed interiors, busting out cocktails in quirky cups and every boasting South Pacific vibes, this is the place for something unique in the city.
When it comes to a cool and unusual place to drink in Liverpool, Alma De Cuba is a luxurious step above the rest. Not only a top bar found in the heart of a Catholic Church and boasting a myriad of skulls and chandeliers, Alma De Cuba hosts some of the most unique events in the city.