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Liverpool Pubs & Restaurants & Nightlife

Whether you're looking for something tasty which won't make too much of a dent in your budget, or somewhere for a special occasion, diners in Liverpool are spoilt for choice. Live music venues, clubs, restaurants, cafes, and an enormous variety of drinking bars ranging from superb, traditional public houses to the latest designer-chic cafes and cabaret venues, all combine to make Liverpool's night scene one of the liveliest in the UK.

 

Liverpool Restaurants

60 Hope Street
This popular restaurant housed in a Grade II listed building offers the finest cuisine, with a 60 Hope Street contemporary twist. Alternatively 60 Bistro is an informal place with classic business 'Working Lunches' and executive sandwiches or salads over a glass of wine.

The London Carriage Works
The London Carriage Works, named after the original building, is Liverpool's newest and leading restaurants. Created by Paul Askew, the city's most decorated chef, choose between the relaxed brasserie, and the city's finest dining experience separated from each other by dramatic shards of glass. Classic cuisine with a creative modern twist and the freshest local and organic produces. Our knowledgeable and devoted staff include a sommelier with a wine list of over 200 carefully selected wines.

Blundell Street - The Supper Club
Liverpool's top cabaret restaurant and bar with two great venues to choose from. Both located in converted warehouses opposite the King's Dock and inspired by the 'Rat Pack' cabaret era. Live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday with music to suit all tastes as well as a DJ and dancefloor. International cuisine on offer with a set price format.

 

Liverpool Pubs & Nightlife

Cavern Pub
The Cavern Pub, opposite the Cavern Club features an exterior wall with the names of all the artists who have played at the Cavern Club since it opened in 1957. You won't be surprised to see the names of the Fab Four but there's many others such as Chuck Berry, Eric Clapton, The Who, Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Jimi Hendrix, all played at the original Cavern before it closed in 1973. More recent additions include Travis, Embrace and the Arctic Monkeys. Inside there's lots of memorabilia from past performances at the Cavern, including a Hofner bass guitar signed by Paul McCartney after his concert at the Cavern in December 1999. The pub has a limited edition Yellow Submarine jukebox so you can select your own personal favourites to listen to, or you can enjoy live music every night of the week and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Broad Street

Ma Egertons
Tucked away directly behind the Empire Theatre, this is a well-established pub that gets the name from a previous licensee of the same name. Ma Egerton ran the pub when it was known as The Eagle and it is said that the notorious Dr Crippen called here on his attempt to flee to America. The walls are filled with photographs of film stars and many famous names from the nearby theatre still call in for a swift drink. Past visitors include David Essex, Ken Dodd and Frank Sinatra. Live entertainment is available at the weekend.

The Monro
The Monro has been serving the perfect pint for over 200 years. Named after the ship that formed the first regular passenger service to New York in 1817, The Monro has recently been transformed into a Gastro-pub. The Monro offers a striking mixture of traditional pub with top class and award winning restaurant, which uses only fresh British produce.
Broad Street