Liverpool Nightlife: Better known as the city of the Beatles, Liverpool offers a fairly lively nightlife, with lots of pubs, clubs and lots of live music!
Liverpool is a city very proud of its nightlife , both for the variety and the quality it offers. Liverpool night has many faces: from superclubs to traditional pubs, a thriving gay district, comedy theaters on the waterfront, to discos located in old warehouses and concept bars.
The city is famous above all for its musical tradition and the large presence of live music venues: it is no coincidence that Liverpool is the city of the Beatles! Liverpool is one of the most important cities in the United Kingdom and offers one of the liveliest nightlife in England. The offer for night entertainment is guaranteed by the presence of numerous music venues, theaters but above all many pubs.
As in any English city, Liverpool's nightlife takes place mainly in the numerous pubs, where you can enjoy a good English beer, chat with other patrons and watch live the matches of the two local Liverpool football teams.
The fun doesn't end there: in addition to the bars, there are also numerous restaurants and discos where you can dance until the morning.
It also has a deep-rooted theatrical tradition in Liverpool. Its theaters have forged numerous important Shakespearean actors, famous worldwide: the most important theaters are the Everyman & Playhouse (5-11 Hope St, Liverpool) , the Royal Court (1 Roe St, Liverpool) , the Empire ( Lime St, Liverpool) and The Dome (35 Renshaw St, Liverpool) , all with an excellent and intense program of events.
Liverpool is also the city of FACT (“Film, Arts and Creative Technology”) thanks to the presence of numerous recording studios that make this metropolis one of the most important places for English cinema. In the various structures there are all the tools for making films, from recording studios to editing equipment.
Liverpool neighborhoods and nightlife
Declared a UNESCO heritage site in 2004, Albert Dock is the port area of Liverpool, consisting of a fascinating architectural complex built between 1841 and 1846. This area is ideal for those who want to spend a wild night and savor the chic nightlife of Liverpool . Here there are mainly trendy restaurants, bars and clubs, frequented by celebrities and footballers. Excellent on summer nights.
Seel Street and the surrounding area have undergone a profound transformation over the past decade and have made this area one of the hotspots for nightlife in Liverpool . Here you will find the most popular clubs and bars in the city, from Latin atmospheres to chupiterie, up to glamorous and trendy bars.
Here you will find some of the best traditional pubs in town. The Pilgrim and Ye Cracke , the latter a John Lennon favorite when he was a student at the art school, are two great pubs with a lot of atmosphere set in the shadow of Liverpool Cathedral. Further down, opposite the bombed-out church, is Roscoe Head (24 Roscoe St, Liverpool) , which is one of seven pubs in the country to feature in every edition of the Good Beer Guide .
Concert Square is one of the liveliest places in the city, a street full of pubs, discos and clubs one after the other that offers wild nightlife seven nights a week. In this area there are some of the biggest bars in the city and, in addition, during the week, Concert Square is particularly popular for large student parties.
Ten years ago, the Baltic Triangle was an area mainly occupied by warehouses, many of which have been abandoned. Since then, the area has transformed into Liverpool's creative and digital hub. The nightlife in the area has grown accordingly. Camp and Furnace (67 Greenland St, Liverpool) A truly unique space hosting everything from a bar full of international beers to Scandinavian festivals, biennial installations and nightly parties amidst food stalls. Street. Many warehouses have been exploited and used as clubs that ignite in the hot Liverpool nightlife by promising exaggerated parties.
There is only one starting point when it comes to the famous Mathew Street : of course the Cavern Club , where the Beatles honed their skills and performed in nearly 300 shows during the early 1960s. The club features live music every day of the week with tributes to the famous Beatles every Saturday night. The spirit of the band can also be felt in the other bars scattered all along the street.
The gay district
Stanley Street and the surrounding streets (Dale Street, Cumberland Street and Eberle Street) form the gay district of Liverpool. There are plenty of great places to dance until dawn here, including the G-Bar , Pink , Heaven , Navy Bar and Superstar Boudoir .
Clubs and discos in Liverpool
(10 Mathew St, Liverpool) Open Sunday to Wednesday 10am to 11.45pm, Thursday to Saturday 10am to 2pm.
The most famous nightclub in Liverpool is the Cavern Club , the club that saw the birth of the Beatles and which hosted their first performances. since the sixties the place has lived in the memory of the Beatles, even if it has been able to renew itself, hosting young groups from Liverpool on the sup stage. The Cavern Club has hosted numerous world famous artists such as the Rolling Stones, The Who and Elton John and still today the place hosts the best live music concerts in the whole city, including rock, jazz and pop music.
(45 Hardman Street, Liverpool) Open Sunday and Monday from 16.00 to 4.00, Tuesdays from 12.00 to 1.00, Wednesdays from 12.00 to 1.00, Thursdays from 12.00 to 4.00, Friday from 12.00 to 5.00, Saturdays from 12.00 to 6.00.
Club with live music frequented by many young people, but also a disco that offers mainly drum'n'bass and dubstep music, but also jazz, funk and Latin rhythms. The atmosphere is very friendly.
(16 Wood St, Liverpool) Open Thursday to Saturday from 11.30pm to 5.00am.
Located in the heart of Liverpool, the KrazyHouse is a club with alternative music, frequented mainly by students: numerous parties and rock music concerts are regularly organized here.
Alma de Cuba
(St Peters Church, Seel St, Liverpool) Open Sunday to Thursday from 12.00 to 21.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 22.30.
Pub with Latin music, rum and delicious Cuban cuisine!
(18-22 Wood Street, Liverpool) Revolution is a large nightclub with commercial, r'n'b and hip pop music. The style of the club is elegant and you can dance until late.
(Concert Square, 26 Fleet St, Liverpool) Open Monday to Friday from 16.00 to 3.00, Saturday and Sunday from 12.00 to 3.00.
Popular discopub located in Concert Square and split over two floors where you can drink, eat and dance.
(43 Seel St, Liverpool) The Zanzibar Club organizes performances with live music every night.
(61 Jordan Street, Liverpool) Always open.
The District was the first club in the Baltic Triangle: once the laboratory of the city, now the place is a self-styled creative hub. Located inside a shed, the District organizes live shows and electronic music evenings. The club also offers an extensive cocktail menu and has an attractive and comfortable outdoor area. The internal capacity of the venue is however small and, therefore, the selection at the entrance is very narrow and the quality is high.
24 Kitchen Street
(24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool) 24 Kitchen Street is another club in the Baltic Triangle: a multifunctional event hall between electronic music, arts and a new gallery. Mostly local electronic music DJs are hosted here.
(4-5 Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool) Open Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 10pm.
The Kazimier offers an artistic and musical experience in the city center. Its gardens offer a refuge from Liverpool's chaotic nightlife . Loved for its excellent cuisine, cinema and music, with a very varied and accessible program.
(37-39 Greenland St, Liverpool) Housed in a former recycling yard, Constellations offers an outdoor event space in the now thriving Baltic Triangle neighborhood. A hidden garden space that promises a beautiful party experience in the heart of Liverpool .
(Albert Dock, Liverpool) Open Sunday to Thursday from 10.00 to 23.00, Friday from 10.00 to 2.00, Saturdays from 10.00 to 3.00.
The Circus is both a club and a restaurant where numerous events and parties are also organized. The culinary quality and the drinks offered are excellent. The highlight of this place is the presence of acrobats, fire eaters, waders and evil clowns just like in a real circus!
(90 Seel St, Liverpool) Open Sunday through Thursday from 12.00 to 24.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 4.00.
The Liverpool Arts Club is a space for everything, especially concerts: on its stage there have been artists of the caliber of Paul Weller, Fatboy Slim and the musical program always includes some of the best talents of the moment, DJs and musicians. There is also a place to eat and drink good craft beer.
(21 Fleet St, Liverpool) Open Monday to Thursday from 24.00 to 6.00, Friday and Saturday from 23.00 to 6.00.
With a capacity of over a thousand people, Fusion is one of the largest clubs in Liverpool . This club is firmly popular with young people and is a hotspot for the city's nightlife . From themed parties to concerts by the most famous DJs, up to student nights, the Fusion is the perfect choice for those who love to dance.
(78-82 Wood St, Liverpool) Open Thursday to Sunday from 9.00pm to 4.00am.
Unrivaled in its clubbing approach, the Ink Bar is one of the most unique places to drink and party in Liverpool. With the interior walls painted with graffiti and neon lights, the bar is filled with unique pieces of art that make the place feel young and fun. During the weekend there are always excellent DJs at the console. In addition, the Ink Bar offers its guests a variety of drinks packages, high-end spirits and excellent cocktails. Aligned with their ink theme, revelers can also get tattooed with fake or real tattoos.
(80-82 Seel St, Liverpool) Open Monday to Wednesday 17.00 to 3.00, Thursday and Friday from 17.00 to 4.00, Saturdays 13.00 to 4.00, Sunday 13.00 to 3.00.
Located in RopeWalks, Heebie Jeebies is a cocktail bar, outdoor terrace and underground club. DJs, theme nights and dancers enliven the wild weekends of this club and make you dance until dawn.
(25 Harrington St, Liverpool) Open Monday to Thursday 11.00 to 18.00, Friday 13.00 to 2.00, Saturday 14.00 to 3.00.
Blending spectacular design with the best DJs, the Kingdom offers you a glamorous night out and a true 5-star experience. The club's interior is sumptuous, with a spacious ballroom and central bar that impresses with its elegance. The cocktails offered are varied and interesting, and the music ranges from funk to soul, up to disco, House and jazz.
(3 Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool) Open Saturdays from 11pm to 4am.
Located inside the Hilton Hotel , the Playground is one of the most popular clubs in Liverpool and frequented mainly by the celebrities of the city. LED-lit walls, strobe lights and lush furnishings mark the elegant theme of the venue. Expect lush cocktails and magnums of champagne from the 18-foot-long bar, while the music is pumped from the excellent sound system. Inspired by the nightclubs of Miami and St. Tropez, this club is a real stylish playground for anyone who wants to hunt for beautiful girls, for a panting night of revelry and debauchery.
(Hanover St, Liverpool) Open Sunday to Friday from 21.00 to 4.00, Saturdays from 16.00 to 4.00.
One of Liverpool's busiest, Popworld is a student and youth club that offers happy hours and late-night entertainment. An extravagant and eccentric place, this club has a multicolored dance floor, pop art on the walls and private rooms scattered here and there. From retro hits to pop anthems, the music selection is aligned with the venue's theme making Popworld one of the funniest clubs in town. Also, the bar has lots of original, themed cocktails, colorful drinks and lots of affordable beers.
Black Rabbit Shot Co.
(39-41 Fleet Street, Liverpool) Open Monday to Saturday from 12.00 to 4.00, Sunday from 12.00 to 24.00.
The Black Rabbit is a trendy, casual and cool party place. Frequented by young people and with affordable cocktails, among which tequila shots abound.
(Concert Square, Liverpool) Open daily from 12.00 to 3.00.
Club with neon lights and furnished in an industrial style, a great space for nightlife , frequented by many young people. there is a beer garden and also a terrace open during the summer months. Cheap drinks and happy hour offers.
(15 Victoria St, Liverpool) Open Sunday to Wednesday 11.00 to 24.00, Thursday 11.00 to 2.00, Friday and Saturday 11.00 to 4.00.
The Sugar Hut is a unique entertainment venue that cleverly blends a modern British dining room, an elegant cocktail lounge and two clubs in one place, offering a sophisticated dining and drinking experience with superior quality and atmosphere. Great music, live entertainment and weekly events.
Bars and pubs in Liverpool
(41 Slater St, Liverpool) Open Monday to Wednesday 5.00pm to 2.00am, Thursdays 5.00pm to 3.00am, Friday to Sunday 5.00pm to 4.00am.
Santa Chupitos is a very popular cocktail bar open until late at night that offers many different types of shots from each other. In addition to the chupiti, the bar offers excellent cocktails and good live background music.
Ship & Miter
(133 Dale St, Liverpool) Open Sunday to Wednesday 10am to 11pm, Thursday to Saturday 10am to midnight.
Particular pub offering a wide variety of drinks.
The Swan Inn
(86 Wood Street, Liverpool) Open Monday to Wednesday 12.00 to 23.00, Thursday 12.00 to 1.00, Friday and Saturday 12.00 to 1.00, Sunday 13.00 to 22.30.
Pub with atmosphere and alternative music, for fans of the genre.
Fly in the Loaf
(13 Hardman St, Liverpool) Open Sunday through Thursday from 12.00 to 23.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00.
Traditional English pub offering excellent quality beer
(13 Rice St, Liverpool) Open Sunday through Thursday from 12.00 to 23.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00.
Open for 150 years, Ye Cracke is one of Liverpool's longest-running pubs, as well as being a great brewery and a very popular hangout. This was also the pub that John Lennon frequented before he became famous. The atmosphere of the place is at its best in the summer, when the Ye Cracke opens its garden.
(5-7 Fleet St, Liverpool) Open Monday to Thursday 5pm to 1am, Friday to Sunday 12pm to 3am.
At Motel Ba r you find good cocktails, friendly staff and a full juke-box. The raw but clean industrial feel of the place almost makes you forget where you are, especially after drinking its strong drinks.
(2-6 Egerton St, Liverpool) Open Sunday through Thursday from 12.00 to 24.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 1.00.
Peter Kavanagh's is a pub located on the outskirts of the Georgian quarter of Liverpool (Liverpool is the city in Great Britain with the largest number of Georgian buildings after London). The interior of the pub has remained unchanged since 1929: there is a main bar with a mosaic floor, a copper-clad counter, a large collection of ornaments hanging from the ceiling and two "snugs" , the small smoking rooms typical of the true northern tradition. Each room has a fireplace, and the snugs are decorated with magnificent frescoes.
Palm Sugar Lounge
(5-6 Kenyon Steps, Liverpool) Open Sunday through Thursday from 12.00 to 23.30, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 1.30.
The Palm Sugar Lounge is Liverpool's most luxurious venue, a place to see and be seen. The bar is a mix of the far east with the classic New York cocktail bar style, and has a wide selection of drinks. The long bar counter is like a runway starting from the main entrance, and the mirrored walls create an aura of space. On one side there is the bar with staff trained by expert barmen, while on the other side there is a large window that offers an incredible view over the entire Albert Dock and the waterfront, from which you can admire thrilling sunsets . The Palm Sugar Lounge also boasts an outdoor drinking area during summer nights.
PanAm Bar & Restaurant
(Albert Dock, Liverpool) Open Sunday to Thursday 11.00 to 23.00, Friday and Saturday 12.00 to 2.00.
The Panam is a modern bar and restaurant located within the Albert Dock and offering fabulous views of the waterfront and harbor area. Fabulous food, great service and luxurious surroundings make this the ideal venue for any type of corporate or private event, or simply for lunch, dinner or a drink.