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When people ask what the Liverpool Arts Club is, a better question is to ask what it isn't, as that question can barely be answered....... if at all. A cool and creative hub, harbouring some of the city's finest in artistic antics, live music and lush dinner sittings, the Liverpool Arts Club is a space for it all.
Built in the 1800s as the original meeting place for The Liverpool Royal Institute, and hosting a plethora of artists, acts and musicians ever since its re-opening in April 2014, stages have been graced by the likes of Paul Weller, Fatboy Slim and many more as their high-grade set-up showcases some of the finest in talent; be that comedy, cracking DJ names or musicians alike.
But it's not all ears to the wall at Liverpool Arts Club. A destination where you can get your gnashers firmly locked on proud plates and plush drinks alike, their bar and kitchen is suited to many an occasion. Chow down on mout-foaming business from head chef Matthew Jones as his menu concocts a selection of bold, BBQ wares, all washed down with craft beer the likes of Flying Dog and Pistonhead.
- Nightclub , Restaurant Bar
- Clubbing , Eating and Drinking , After work drinks
- Happily Affordable ££
- Dance floor
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- May charge for events.
- Pool table
- Members Only
Arts Club, 90, Seel Street, L1 4BH