Cool and Quirky Bars in Liverpool
Get ready to shake up those tried and tested nights out with our list of cool and quirky bars in Liverpool. Across the city you'll find venues doing things a bit differently, from cocktail spot fronting secret rooftops and unique tipples, to clubs boasting ball pits and bright pink party booths. Whether you're after somewhere new and edgy to impress a date, or a raucous night out with the gang, these weird and wonderful drinking dens are sure to hit the spot.
A notorious tattoo-themed bar in Ropewalks? It can only be Ink. Alongside providing some decadent bottle service displays, this quirky Liverpool club is known for its outrageous antics and a celebratory atmosphere that pulls in some of the city's biggest party animals.
One of the coolest bars in Ropewalks, this unique offering brings together New York dive bar vibes and a rock'n'roll aesthetic. Head to Teddy's for two floors of drinking, dancing and live music complete with cocktails and neon interiors.
Offering one of the most unique nights out in Liverpool, Jaloux is the fun bar and club on Victoria Street promising potent cocktails and gorgeous floral ceilings. Gather the gang for an incredible evening at this pink party palace and let the antics unfold.
One of the most unique restaurant bars in Liverpool, The Florist is home to gorgeous interiors and some equally eye-catching drinks. Inside you'll find living trees and a stunning floral wall, perfect for pictures with the gang, as well as menu of foliage-inspired cocktails.
One of the best bars in the Baltic Triangle, ArCains is making nights out fun again. Head down for the chance to get stuck into their massive selection of vintage and modern consoles before refuelling with delicious cocktails and comfort food classics.
The Alchemist is guaranteed to add a touch of drama to your drinking session. Expect sultry surroundings, a cool soundtrack and theatrical cocktails that bubble, fizz and surround you with smoke. If you're looking for quirky Liverpool bars, this might just be the place.
One of the biggest cocktail names in the UK, it's no wonder that Be At One finds itself on a list of the coolest bars in Liverpool. While their happy hour is one of the best in the city, it's the mouthwatering concoctions and eclectic interiors that keep this Seel Street spot going strong.
If you're looking for a quirky place for drinks in Liverpool, look no further than Revolucion de Cuba. Combining a rum bar, cantina and club all in one Havana-themed paradise, this Albert Dock venue will have you chowing down on Latin American eats and vibrant cocktails before hitting that dancefloor.
One of the quirkiest bars in Liverpool, The Oracle is the Duke Street haunt combining magic and mixology into one exceptional package. Hidden behind a non-descript door, the Victorian-inspired cocktail bar brings in talented magicians to add some sleight-of-hand to your sipping session.
The most secretive spot on Liverpool's quirky bar scene, Ex Directory takes the cake when it comes to unique nights out. Heralded for their afternoon teas and their high-end cocktails, see if you can find the hidden door for a one of a kind drinking experience in the city.
One of the best gin bars in Liverpool, you'll not only find top shelf spirits and special tonics, but also great service at Jenever. This charming bar promises an eclectic mix of juniper-based cocktails that are sure to impress dates and friends alike.
An Insta-ready watering hole in Liverpool ONE, Boujee is the bright pink bar bringing you delicious food and vibrant cocktails. With a sprawling outdoor garden for sunny days, the Kenyon Steps venue is primed for your nights out whatever the weather.
When it comes to unusual places 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, this Seel Street favourite hosts some of the most unique events in the city.
Fleet Street has long been the place for finding unique bars in Liverpool, and Motel is holding up that reputation. An unrivalled space of urban interiors and industrial charm, the raw-edge to Motel promises American drinks and cocktails in an unusual environment.
One of the prettiest bars in Liverpool, Jam is the Sir Thomas Street spot made for girls nights out. Head over for the chance to sip, chat and chow down in the diamante dining area, or if you're looking to host a special soirée, the venue offers a range of baby and bridal shower packages.
Primed for cocktails, shots and swashbuckling antics, The Smugglers Cove is a space filled with ship-themed decor and quirky trinkets. Alongside being one of Liverpool's most unique hangouts, it's also one of its largest, with 5,000 square-feet of cool knick-knacks and tasty drinks.
Don't miss out on the finest speakeasy bar in town. With notoriety to its name and quality cocktails on the menu, Berry and Rye make this list for drinks alone. Not just a space for some of the coolest concoctions in the city, the Berry Street haunt envelops you in a truly decadent and vintage drinking world.