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Clubs & Bars

The definitive guide to all of Liverpool's best drinking hotspots, clubs and bars

Tonight In Liverpool: Discover The Best Clubs & Bars in Liverpool

Mojo

Mojo Bar is a Rock n Roll themed bar meets american diner. Located on Back Berry street just around the corner from Seel Street.

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The Alchemist

The Alchemist

The Alchemist on Brunswick Street has one of the most exciting cocktail menus in Liverpool. Seriously, the pictures don’t do it justice; step into their domain and be ready to slip into something rather special.

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The Magnet

The Magnet

The Magnet is one of Liverpool’s favourite bar/club. Absolutely doused in rich history, Magnet holds a wide range of genres; from live folk music to classic house nights, Salsa dancing, drum n bass and even the odd comedy night.

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District House

District House

Slap bang in the heart of Liverpool’s business district, occupying New Zealand House, at one time home of Z-list favourite hotspot Newz Bar. Number 18 Water Street is home to District House, a beautiful multi purpose watering hole.

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Baa Bar Fleet Street

Baa Bar Fleet Street

Baa Bar on Fleet Street has been going 26 years strong, first opening it’s doors in 1991, it was one of the pre-bars for the legendary Cream nightclub (along with Mello Mello, which the site now is home to the Merchant).

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Soho

Soho

Soho can be found next door to Modo on Concert Square, with a large outdoor drinking area it’s a great space for summer bevy.

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Heaven

Heaven

Heaven nightclub on Victoria Street is one of Liverpool’s newest gay clubs. Their music policy is largely made up of funky house, disco and old skool.

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Alma de Cuba

Alma de Cuba

Anybody in Liverpool will tell you how great Alma De Cuba is, so why not find out for yourself? Alma De Cuba’s luxurious 17th century church setting makes it one the cities trendiest bars, and the perfect hub for the great and the good of Liverpool to gather. Whether it is cocktails or food, you are sure to find something that tickles your fancy.

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Truth

Truth

Want to be uplifted? Need vocal house every weekend? Then Truth nightclub on Stanley Street is for you. Offering a magnificent blend of hip wigglin’, ass shakin’, house music with beautiful people in a sleek basement club.

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Black Rabbit Shot & Co

Black Rabbit Shot & Co

Black Rabbit Shot company does exactly what it says on the tin: Sells shots. Next door to Baa Bar on Fleet Street in Liverpool’s Ropewalks just around the corner from Concert Square, this place gets rammed on the weekends.

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Camel Club

Camel Club

Located above the Revolution Bar on Wood Street The Camel Club is one of Liverpool’s most popular Hip-Hop, and RnB nightspots. Pumping out old skool and new urban sounds until the early hours.

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Bar TwentyFive

Bar TwentyFive

Located at 25, The Strand in Beetham Plaza. Styled up rich kids drinking champagne below a luxury apartment block is one view of TwentyFive.

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Brass Monkey

Brass Monkey

As the learn how to make Cocktail craze rages on, Brass Monkey offers a great cocktail making class. This quirky venue also comes complete with swings for seats (not all the seats are swings, that would be very stupid when you're knocking back Passionfruit Martinis).

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Mansion

Mansion

Mansion has quickly become one of Liverpool’s most popular house music nightclubs. Resident DJs Ian Longo, Dom Townsend and Rob McPartland provide the Mansion crowd with a foray of uplifting, stylish and funky house that raises the roof.

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Blue Angel (The Raz)

Blue Angel is Liverpool’s oldest nightclub, doused in history, this little sticky-floored sweatbox is real gem! In 1805 Doctor Duncan was born in this building (He was Liverpool’s first health physician and campaigned for clean water),

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Fusion

Fusion

Fusion is a busy nightclub located on Fleet Street near Concert Square, hosting plenty of Old Skool Scouse house nights. Among the DJs who have performed here include Lee Butler, Mark Simon, Davy T and Anton Powers.

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The Attic

The Attic

Soft lighting, easy listening music and snug, cushy leather booths to chill out on. Mmm. The Attic is located above the world famous Parr Street Studios.

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Clockworks

Clockworks

Clockworks is located on Wolstenholme opposite where Cream used to live (Nation has since been pulled down, unless you’ve been living in a bunker recently, you should know this).

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Shipping Forecast

Shipping Forecast

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Cafe Tabac

Cafe Tabac

A favourite haunt of TIL, at the top of Bold Street in Liverpool you will find Cafe Tabac. Home of the best all day breakfast in town. At night Tabac becomes a vibrant bar, without being annoyingly busy.

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Red Door

Red Door

Red Door is one of Liverpool's favourite upmarket and tendy cocktail bars. Located on Berry Street on the site where the Met (Metropolitan) used to live, Red Door is perfect for an after work cocktail and gets busy on weekends… obvz!

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Peacock

Peacock

Peacock on Seel Street / St Peter’s square has been one of Liverpool’s favourite bird’s since 2008, and long may this love affair continue.

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Motel

Motel

Motel is a concept from the legendary Mark Guttman (the brains behind Korova, Alma de Cuba etc etc). Located on Fleet Street, this nifty dive bar has one hell of a cocktail menu.

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Furnival’s Well

Furnival’s Well

Formerly the L1 Bridewell, the guys behind Berry & Rye on Berry Street opened up Furnival’s Well in 2016 and it’s been a hit from the word go.

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Berry & Rye

Berry & Rye

A really cool speak easy bar tucked away in a basement on Berry Street. At one point it was as elusive as Lord Lucan and as hard to find as Philip Green’s offshore bank accounts. But everyone knows where it is now as it’s been open a few years.

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Pure Lounge Bar

Pure Lounge Bar

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Brooklyn Mixer

Brooklyn Mixer

The Brooklyn Mixer on Seel Street started life as a bit of hipster venue, but now after some growing up, now attracts the Fred Perry t-shirt cool kids and students alike.

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