Pubs in Liverpool
Don't underestimate the choice of pubs in Liverpool; your night does not have to take place in a smoky den full of mysterious bearded men gripping old stale pints. There are plenty of quirky, modern influences on the traditional public house design as well as some stunning vintage tributes to Britain's oldest and most-loved drinking institution. Take a little look at our pick of great pubs in Liverpool and get your drink on with the mates, a date or whoever else will stick around when you break out the robot after one too many.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
This contemporary pub in Liverpool is a collision of the best in comfy vintage leather sofas, with modern stylish feature walls, glitzy light fittings and reupholstered floral furniture. A picturesque beer garden, overwhelmed by the best in the botanical, makes this a great spot for alfresco drinking in Liverpool and with fine dining and an extensive lists of drinks on top of all this, where better to get suitably sozzled with some mates?
A hot spot for the best in specialist beers and ales in Liverpool, this trendy venue is a great little place for a tasty refresher or a bite to eat. Ornate art-deco is infused into this pub's furniture and flooring and with a relaxed atmosphere and cosy outdoor seating area, get merry in more ways than one in this nifty nest.
One of the top choices for craft beers and real ales in Liverpool, sourcing only the finest pints from breweries and microbreweries all over the country, this pub is certainly a palate pleaser. Stunning surroundings take the form of stained glass windows, 1930's art-deco features, all blanketed in an old fashioned tavern feel and with classic pub grub to boot, The Ship & Mitre is a great choice any night of the week.
One of the more quirky pubs in Liverpool, this cosy venue combines simple modern minimalism with splashes of deep red vintage sofas, old-school open fire places and those classic romantic candles. Foodies will love one of Liverpool's finest pub food menus, with daring dishes such as seafood linguini to replace the usual pub grub.
This quirky pub in Liverpool sprinkles its vintage wooden tabled, candle-lit spaces with colourful chairs and fairy lights, even paneling the walls with cupboard unit fronts and doors. Your morning munchees to your evening eats are covered on this extensive food menu and with craft beers, real ales, wines and spirits to choose from, this pub will have your every need satiated.