Welcome to the night!
Whether it’s trendy clubs or old-fashioned pubs, you’ll have lots of fun here – with a bit of star-spotting thrown in.
ACC Liverpool is the city’s landmark venue located on the former Kings Dock. The venue has successfully staged a wide array of national and international events, from shows to conventions, business gatherings and showcase exhibitions.
Alma de Cuba
A spectacular restaurant and bar, Alma de Cuba is set inside a magnificent conversion of a Catholic Church. It is an eclectic mix of Cuban, Hispanic, and Latin American influences that are enhanced with Liverpool’s great spirit.
Liverpool’s premier “tropical hideaway and drunken parrot sanctuary”. Aloha is a bolshie tiki bar on Colquitt Street fronting experimental drinks, inventive interiors and shed loads of spunky personality.
Around The World
The Around The World brand was created for maximum customer experience. Here you will encounter different cultures through food and drink with the bar’s carefully selected products. Find it at Chavasse Park.
Built in the early 1800s, the Arts Club has long played a part in Liverpool’s vibrant creative culture. Now a quality gig venue, art space, bar and kitchen, the venue showcases the finest in local and national talent.
At the Bavarian Bierkeller you can expect the best German beers in Steins, all served ice cold to your table by waitresses in classic Bavarian dress. Expect long bench seating, great decor and live entertainment.
Black Rabbit will wow you with its choice of shots and finely crafted cocktails. Its quirks and intimate interior will transport revellers from the city centre down the rabbit hole to somewhere much more magical.
Bumper is a haunt brimming with retro pieces and vintage regalia. The club lay on the pocket friendly antics almost every night with a selection drinks deals, heaving dance floors, indie hits and cheap debauchery.
Camp and Furnace
Located in a vast complex of time-worn industrial buildings, in the heart of Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, Camp and Furnace is part event space, eatery, bar, music venue, indoor festival park and photographic studios.
Circo is a unique circus-themed bar and restaurant boasting spectacular panoramic views of the historic Albert Dock. Relax and enjoy food throughout the day and at night expect to be dazzled by the extravagant entertainment show.
City Wine Bar
City Wine Bar is nestled in the centre of the business district in Liverpool and offer an abundance of fine wines, ales, beers and spirits. The kitchen also offers a brand new menu that offers a wide selection of light bites and meals.
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday Comedy Central provides four of the comedy circuit’s finest comedians to bring comedy fans a superb nights entertainment. It’s one of Liverpool’s most sophisticated comedy clubs.
Fly In The Loaf
Fly in the Loaf offers a wonderful selection of beers and spirits from around the globe. After an extensive refurbishment they offer a fantastic service in bright, open surroundings and a new improved food menu.
G bar on Eberle Street has established itself as the leading gay bar and after hours super club on Liverpool’s club scene for over 10 years, winning numerous awards and voted amongst the best after hour clubs by MIXMAG magazine.
Launched in 1993 Garlands nightclub became an overnight success, it is synonymous with glamour, craziness and its own unique ambience creating an environment where clubbers can be who they want to be, knowing they are safe.
Grove Beer Tap & Grill
Discover some of the best available real world beers you’ve ever seen! Find lots of weird and wonderful local beers, alongside a contemporary menu of food ideas written specifically to match and complement the choice of beers.
Heebie Jeebies is considered as one of Liverpool’s coolest clubs. Loved by locals and students alike, Heebie Jeebies hosts live music as well regular DJs – and the open air area is ideal for cooling down after ripping it up on the dance floor.
Igloo is a stylish cocktail bar and club based in the superb St Peters Square. Enjoy a relaxed vibe and two for one cocktails early doors, before the night moves onto a faster paced, high energy vibe through to 3am.
With over 50 types of gin, speciality jenever’s, a cocktail menu not to be missed and top quality food during the day, a stroll near Hope Street wouldn’t be complete without a little something from Jenever.
Kaiserkeller is an authentic Bavarian beer house – think long wooden benches, steins of beer and a whole range of German and European ales. The Oompah band playing every weekend will guarantee you dancing on the benches!
Kingdom strive to give you the finest night life this city has to offer. The venue has a breath taking design and layout and offers an unbeatable level of customer service, attracting people of both influence and affluence.
Legends is one of Liverpool’s newest sports bars giving their customers the chance to watch their sporting heroes surrounded by some of the greats. It offers live big HD screen football, boxing, rugby, horse racing and other sports.
Level displays the best in unique and quirky entertainment. The best music spanning from house to electronic, dance, hip-hop, bass to urban and more is showcased over three floors and six rooms in this spectacular venue.
Set on the the iconic waterfront, Liverpool ONE is a must-visit destination for those who love to shop, eat, drink and relax. Boasting over 170 stores, bars and restaurants, a cinema, an indoor adventure golf course and five-acre park.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
This venue attracts world class artists with performances ranging from classical, contemporary, rock, pop, folk, roots, and jazz to comedy, film and spoken word. The adjoining Music Room provides a small and informal space.
Modo pride themselves on making your night out one to remember. Whether it’s chilling with an impressive cocktail or partying late in the exclusive clubroom, the club has everything you need for utter indulgence.
Mojo is a dive bar and proud of it. It’s all about great cocktails, good to be bad food and rock ’n’ roll from the last five decades. There’s no pretence and no pretension, wear what you want, bring who you want and drink what you want.
Palm Sugar Lounge
Palm Sugar Lounge is Liverpool’s most luxurious venue. As sweet as the name suggests this plush cocktail bar has built up a gleaming reputation as the place to be and be seen. Thai Tapas bar food is also available.
Located at the Grade 1 listed Albert Dock, Panam’s menus are inspired by the variety, spice and flavours of Pan-America, and the Tex-Mex influences of the North, combining to create a truly unique offering.
Set 300 feet above sea level on the 34th floor of the West Tower, Panoramic 34 is one of the UK’s highest restaurants. This celebrated fine dining restaurant is encapsulated by ceiling to floor windows offering breathtaking 360° views.
Pima Bar at the Hilton is one of the city’s most stylish bars. The bar offers a selection of expertly hand-crafted cocktails and an enviable selection of premium champagne in a welcoming yet sophisticated ambience.
There is something for all ages and tastes, as well as live music every night of the week at Rubber Soul. Non-stop classic soul, Motown, pop, rock and disco tunes will have you dancing through the night at this Mathew Street bar.
If you’re looking for fabulous cocktails and drinks with attitude, then Santa Chupitos is the place to be. The team spend hours in the ‘Santas lab’ creating new home-made ingredients for you to sample and enjoy.
Shooters Sports bar is the premier sporting venue and is proudly introducing people to the next dimension in sports entertainment. You are invited to experience its very own VIP area to watch all the live sport in style.
With one of the best outdoor areas in the city and different DJs seven nights a week playing all of your favourites from hip-hop, RnB and house music, Soho is the possibly the best of cosmopolitan Liverpool.
The Baltic Social
The Baltic Social is a unique bar and restaurant at the heart of Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. Events are diverse and wonderful, and include live music, vintage fairs, quiz nights and beer tasting sessions amongst others.
The Caledonia is a traditional community pub with an impressively diverse selection of real ales, spirits, and premium lagers. The pub hosts several free live music events and prides itself on being Liverpool’s most dog-friendly pub.
The Flanagan’s Apple
The Flanagan’s Apple one of the best-loved Irish pubs in Liverpool. Everyone enjoys good beers, live music every night, glorious pints of the black stuff and hearty Irish-style fare from breakfast until late.
Situated on Wolstenholme Square, The Kazimier is one of Liverpool’s leading medium-sized venues. The venue hosts gigs, experimental club nights and theatre productions as well as film screenings and various other events.
The Krazy House
The Krazy House Liverpool – 3 floors, 3 fars, 3 nights! This converted warehouse blasts the best of the themes, indie, rock and cheese for the old 80s lovers! Indie is the second floor and once you’re in, you’re staying!
The Lounge & Bar
With stunning imagery of The Beatles, The Lounge & Bar is home to the hotel’s most impressive and must-see art. The restaurant is the perfect setting to unwind and relax with a light snack or delicious sharing platter.
The Peacock is a perfect late night bar for whatever you looking for, with great cocktails, music and lovely pizzas served until close. Every Friday the bar hosts a free BBQ in one of the three outdoor areas.
The Shipping Forecast
The Shipping Forecast has become one of the best venues in Liverpool for music, food and drink. It has gained a reputation for securing some of the best musical talent out there, luring big-name acts to play.
The Smugglers Cove
The Smugglers Cove offers world-famous rums, beers, ciders, ales, a selection of the finest champagnes and an intriguing rum-based cocktail menu! Food comes in the form of a deli-style menu rotisserie and barbecue.
The Zanzibar is a live music venue best known for being the home of regular club nights such as “The Bandwagon” and “Valhalla” among others. Unlike most clubs in Liverpool, the music is generally rock and alternative.