Parker Street and Bridewell’s central location means that guests are within walling distance to some of Liverpool’s most exciting bars. We’ve complied a list of our favourite places to enjoy a drink this winter, including some hidden gems!
Behind a narrow wooden gate on Seel street hides a quirky food, drink and music establishment. The Kazimer Gardens was built upon the ruins of Liverpools famous live venue the Kazimer club. The outside botanical terrace bar is decorated with upcycled materials and serves rotation of locally brewed craft beer and beverages. Don’t worry about visiting in the winter as the mass collection of fires and outside heaters keep the bar nice and toasty throughout the cold period.
Neighbourhood is a New York-inspired vibrant restaurant and bar. It specialises in sharing menus and trend-setting cocktails throughout the day, before effortlessly morphing into a hot party spot by night. As well as weekends Thursday’s are especially popular with their #NotGoingHome deal, which includes 3 small plates, unlimited prosecco, cocktails and beer for £30pp.
Jacaranda Records – Phase One
Phase One is a newly opened record store and pop-up style bar and live venue, set up by the owners of the famous Jacaranda club. ‘The Jac’ as its known by locals, was one of the first gigging venue for the Beatles and has been an important cog in the Liverpool music since first opening its doors in 1958. Phase One provides guests with uniquely crafted listening booths, where they can relax with a drink whilst listening to vinyl’s in tree-house style pods.
Nestled in the heart of Liverpool’s Ropewalks district, sits a bar with a modern take on nightlife. The Merchant serves New York style pizza by the slice, under their own brand ‘Nightcrawler Pizza’. The vibrant bar serves a variety branded and locally brewed beers, with a popular buy one gin goblet get the second for £1 deal. There is also a wide variety of event listings on with local djs and established acts such as Jungle, The Coral and Mike Skinner.
Located by the waterfront, Panoramic 34 is a unique experience set above Liverpool’s magnificent skyline. Set on the 34th floor of the West Tower, Panoramic 34 is one of the UK’s highest restaurants. Guests can enjoy lunch, dinner or pursue the carefully-crafted cocktail menu and extensive wine list. The 360 degree views are truly spectacular.
The contemporary new bar and restaurant is built in the Grade II listed former Old Blind School on Hardman Street. The Florist is frequently voted at the top of the most Instagrammable places in the UK. The bar features in-bloom trees, a floral wall and carefully chosen decor. There is a wide selection of beers and cocktails available to enjoy, whilst soaking in the viewings and relaxing to nightly dj sets and saxophonists.