Top 10 best rated bars and pubs in Liverpool right now

Liverpool is full of amazing bars and pubs, but 10 of them have been voted the best in town.

Popular review site Tripadvisor compiles user ratings and reviews to rank restaurants, bars, hotels, things to do and more.

Among the favorites listed as the best in town are mini golf, gin venues and a venue that helped revolutionize the music industry.

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As of this writing, the top 10 bars and pubs in Liverpool are:

10. Ghetto Golf

Based in the old Cains Brewery building, Ghetto Golf is a fun and vibrant venue that allows visitors to play mini golf while being served drinks on the indoor course.

The venue sells a wide range of cocktails and food and is nestled in the booming Baltic Triangle.



Ghetto Golf in the former Cains brewery building.

It opened in 2016 and quickly established itself as a fun and quirky place with graffiti, “abandoned” vans and buses, and even a tombstone for The S*n with a shovel leaning on it. There are plenty of photo opportunities around the space and it’s often busy with large groups of friends.

Cains Brewery, Stanhope Street, L8 5XJ

9. Be in Liverpool

This downtown spot was designed with pop-art decor and funky neon lights, making it as popular for its aesthetic as it is for its extensive cocktail menu.

The favorite cocktail bar also offers classic pub drinks like ales and lagers to suit all tastes.

Outside there is a large garden to relax with a few drinks.

13-21 rue Seel, L1 4AU

8. The Dead Crafty Beer Company

This popular spot offers a wide range of draft beers and craft bottles for any beer lover, connoisseur or novice.

It offers a rustic setting with a bar and a table.

92 Dale Street, L2 5TF

7. Ma Egerton’s Stage Door

This award-winning pub has an excellent reputation and is recognized by the National Pub and Bar Awards.

It is a preserved Victorian pub with a famous theatrical heritage. It sells celebrity-themed pizzas and often hosts live events.

9 Pudsey Street, L1 1JA

6. Kelly’s Dispensary

The legendary Smithdown Road pub caused sadness when it closed before finally reopening with new owners.

It remains a Liverpool institution and for many people a must-see place to end any real pub crawl.

154-158 Smithdown Rd, L15 3JR

5. Berries and rye

Tucked away on Berry Street, this little bar has a dedicated fan base.

Reminiscent of old-fashioned speakeasy, patrons have to knock on the dark door and hope there’s enough room inside to visit.

Jazz music plays while the extensive cocktail menu is hidden away in vintage books to add to the illusion of secrecy.

48, rue Berry, L1 4JQ

4. Juniper gin bar

This Hope Street venue offers a contemporary setting and more than 160 types of gin, including the specialty Jenevers – which the bar says is gin’s “delicious predecessor”, as well as a cocktail and beer menu.

It also organizes specially selected gin tastings on Thursdays and Sundays, which are currently £15 per person for a limited time.

29a Hope Street, L1 9BQ

3. The Oracle Bar

A small, compact bar with a twist, The Oracle features up-close magicians who wander through space to entertain visitors with magic and mystery.

It serves classic and contemporary cocktails in an unusual and intimate setting.

92 Duke Street, L1 5AG

2. Liverpool Arts Bar

Relatively new to the city, having opened in 2019, the Liverpool Arts Bar has quickly established itself as a favorite among tourists and locals alike.

Based on Hope Street, it sits between the two iconic cathedrals and offers guests a creative and relaxed atmosphere despite often being packed with people, as well as live music, cocktails and more.

22 Hope Street, L1 9BY

1. The Cave Club

The Cavern Club is an integral part of Liverpool’s rich musical history and is where the Beatles first made their mark before dominating the music industry.

Today, although not the original site, it remains a popular and thriving music destination, comprised of three venues: the Cavern Club, the Cavern Live Lounge and the Cavern Pub.

Its vaulted brick cellars are stocked with memorabilia from the 1960s and often host live tribute performances.

Each Cavern destination aims to showcase and showcase the legacy of the Fab Four, as well as provide a space for established bands to play and new bands to cut their teeth.

Cavern Club, 10 Mathew Street, L2 6RE

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