Quirky Date Ideas In Liverpool

Whether it's your first date or your 50th, be sure to inject your romantic evenings with a little fun. Luckily, this cultural hotspot has a plethora of fun-packed activities, from jaw-dropping haunts touting crackin' views to un-brie-lievable cheese crawls that are bound to impress the other half. Need some inspo? Check out our guide to quirky date ideas in Liverpool.

Last updated on 5th August 2022

Lane7 Liverpool

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If you're after Liverpool first date ideas, then Lane7 is a firm choice. Whether you're looking to showcase your awesome bowling skills or break the ice over a few rounds of ping pong, this Clayton Square location won't disappoint. Feeling thirsty? Enjoy some delicious cocktails.

Bierkeller Liverpool

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You could just go to your local for a quick drink... but why would you when you can go to an actual German beer hall? Boasting a bar filled out with long tables, alongside a fabulous oompah band to keep revellers entertained, this definitely tops our list of fun date ideas in Liverpool.

  Saturday Comedy Show

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@ The Slaughter House on Every Saturday

The giggles are infectious at this Saturday night comedy show at The Slaughter House. Enjoy an evening of the latest up-and-comers or established artists with your beau, all while quaffing some tasty bevvies. Feeling peckish? You can even grab a bite to eat as well.

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

Prim and proper watering holes are good occasionally, but everyone, deep down, loves a dive haunt. Cue Motel Bar, where neon signs, cheap drinks and live entertainment come together for those of you looking for quirky things to do in Liverpool. Need we say more?

Fancy quaffing a few low-key drinks? The Dead Crafty Beer Company has got you covered. This unique pub is adorned with indie artwork, and rustic brick walls, alongside whipping up some of the tastiest brews. Want to try a bit of everything? Take your pick from 20 craft beers on tap.

Inspired by Victorian gambling dens with 18th-century decor, vintage furnishings and a cosy fireplace, The Oracle is a great place for late-night sips. Located on Duke Street, this awesome venue will have revellers enjoying bespoke concoctions, all while watching a little sleight-of-hand.