Fun Birthday Ideas In Liverpool

It's that time of year to gather your friends and family together in celebration of little old you. The cake has been bought, the outfit has been chosen and the present requests have been made (thanks mum and dad), but you've yet to decide how to spend it. That's where we come in. We've created an eclectic mix of fun birthday ideas in Liverpool, with everything from musical meals and boozy brunches to retro gaming and epic club nights.

Last updated on 6th May 2022

Escape Hunt is an epic immersive experience that'll see you and your mates working against the clock to find your way out of a themed room. With a bunch of different games and puzzles to choose from, the fun event will be putting your noggins to the test - so best pick your brainest friends. 

A prime place for a birthday party, Lane7 has everything from bowling to crazy golf, karaoke and ping pong awaiting you. Flit between the various areas as you compete with your mates for glory and boasting rights. Thirsty? Drinks come in the form of alcoholic shakes, craft brews and cocktails.

Take things up a notch with a trip to Liberté. Located on the third floor of the Bentley Building, this classy cocktail bar touts waterfront views, a roof terrace, Pan-Asian cuisine and a stellar bottomless brunch that offers two small plates and free-flowing beer, wine or bubbles. Cheers to that.

@ The Slaughter House on Every Saturday

This weekly comedy show will have you laughing along to a line-up of hilarious up-and-comers and seasoned pros, courtesy of The Slaughter House. Across the evening you'll be treated to side-splitting humour and an optional pre-gig meal before continuing the party upstairs with music from a live band.

  • Comedy
  • £17.50 Comedy Seated Ticket, Meal Deal Options from £30.50

If you're looking for fun birthday ideas in Liverpool, Dough Bar has got to be included. Whipping up stonebaked pizzas, burgers and loaded fries, the hassle-free spot also sells £2.50 cocktails and houses old-school gaming consoles for a nostalgia-filled evening.

The Dead Crafty Beer Company is one for all the homebrew lovers out there. Not only is the Dale Street boozer renowned for its cool interiors and unique pints, but it's also got 20 different sips on taps to choose from, including chocolate and coconut stouts, organic ciders and milkshake pale ales.

Based inside a former Catholic church, Alma De Cuba definitely wins points for looks, with decadent chandeliers screaming gothic glamour. During the day, the kitchen cooks up delicacies such as Caribbean-inspired mussels and serrano ham, however at night the place transforms into a party palace, complete with dancers and carnival vibes.

Mulholland is dishing up a hefty dose of OTT and we are all for it. Owning the title as the country's first all-singing diner, the restaurant combines American-style plates with Broadway-singing waiters and live performances to create an unforgettable meal for musical-lovers everywhere.