The Ultimate Stag And Hen Guide To Liverpool Bars
Hey, how are you! Welcome to my page of knowledge! You will be pleased to hear that I am a well-seasoned Liverpool bar hopper. I love a good bar crawl and I’ve hit pretty much every bar worth visiting in Liverpool. So, obviously you need the low down on the low down on the best places to go and what kind of style each one is, if it’ll suit your group!
We will start with my firm favourites, first up: POPWORLD. Now I know its cheesy as, but sometimes in this life, that is exactly what we need. The songs are all bangers whether you like it or not. It’s open till like the crack of dawn and you’re guaranteed a great night. They’ve got great deals on drinks and cocktails and they do those massive sharer cocktails. There’s a healthy mix of lads and ladies too so plenty to look at for both sides!
Alba De Cuba
Next up on my faves list is Alma de Cuba. This place does not scrimp on atmosphere! It’s literally bouncing after 10pm! They’ve taken an old church and converted it into a fantastic bar! They’ve put a stage where the alter used to be and have Brazilian dancers giving it beans for your entertainment! The DJ throws out dance classics that you can’t help but dance to! They have great drinks, maybe slightly pricier than Popworld but it’s a bit classier so what do you expect? You can hire booths for your group and there’s loads of options on drinks packages too. What could possibly go wrong?
Level Night Club
For a dance till you drop venue, head to Level. This place is huge and has more of a rave vibe to it! It’s got a great party atmosphere and with 3 floors of fun, you won’t be disappointed! You’ve got house music on Level 1, RnB on Level 2 and Major chart hits on Level 3. It covers all the bases so everyone will enjoy this club!
Revolution at St Peters Square
Revolution at St Peter’s Square is another good one. Everyone is familiar with Revolution since they’re a big chain, but this is because they know how to do it right! This one in particular is the biggest Revs in Liverpool. They have a massive dance floor and loads of little cornered off areas if you want something more private. Then head downstairs for the club room. Dark with strobe lights and a full-on rave atmosphere, its perfect for those who are after a proper night out!
Salt Dog Slims
Another favourite of mine is Salt Dog Slims, playing more old classics and indie hits, every song is a good’un if that is more your vibe. It’s quite small so gets pretty packed early doors. If you want a table, make sure you get there early. They have a select few cocktails that will blow your head off! And they also serve steins of beer for the lads! It’s a great place to start your night too as it’s at the top of Seel Street, you can bar hop your way down. Perfect for a brilliant night out!
There’s an area in Liverpool called Concert Square. It’s literally a square with bars side by side all around it with seating in the middle. Every bar that sits around it, is a belter! You can’t really go wrong in this area if you’re looking for a great atmosphere and that brilliant Liverpool vibe!
The Baltic Triangle
There is another area of Liverpool that is a cheeky little hub full of drinking holes, and that the Baltic Triangle. My favourite bar in this area is On Air. With great live music and drinks that will get you wrecked in no time, it’s a top venue for a great laugh! The music is fab, and every song is worth dancing to! You’ll make some great memories here! We even had our staff Christmas night out here. It was smashing!
If you live under a rock, you might not know that Liverpool is a major Beatles hub. And because of this, we have the epic bar crawling area situated around Matthew Street, where the Cavern Club is. As much as the Cavern Club is a great tourist attraction, if you’re not really into The Beatles then you might not be that fussed on going there. For me, the best bar around Matthew Street is definitely Rubber Soul. Great drinks and a massive dance floor playing a mix of cheese, songs you can’t get enough of and chart hits along with some jokey tunes such as The Fresh Prince of Bel Air which, if you don’t know all the words to, you’re not worthy of going to this club anyway.
If you guys are more rock music lovers, then don’t skip Electrik Warehouse. With 4 floors ranging from indie hits and pop to full on heavy metal. If a rock club is what you want, then this is the place to be! Newly refurbished with loads of new bars dotted all over the place (yes, its that big) you’ll find it easy to get served and you’ll be rocking out in no time once you get in!
So, there you have it! The best places for a drink in Liverpool! You’ll have the best day coming to play at Mersey Games and then Bar hopping all over Liverpool! Winner! ?