Whether you’ve survived a tough week in work or you fancy a post-bank holiday catch up with your mates, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best city hot-spots for having a little bev outside. From roof top bars to terraces and gardens, Liverpool needs no excuse for an al-fresco celebration. Right, it’s our round….what are you having?
Situated in the heart of Concert Square, MODO and SOHO are renowned as popular drinking locations for students around the city, and the atmosphere is always electric. Monday to Thursday until 8pm you can enjoy pints for less than £3 or bottles of house wine for £10. Whether you want a full-on night out or 12pm cocktails and shisha with the gang, this is the place for you!
After work drinks at The Club House have never been so classy! Pull up a pew on the grassy lawn and indulge in a vast array of world beers and Prosecco by the flute! Offering a choice of lagers, wheat beers, blonde beers, trappist beers, and any other beer you could possibly think of alongside classic cocktails AND live music, events and BBQ’s!
Gin lovers, look no further! Get down to 49 New Bird STreet for a variety of cocktails at Liverpool’s only garden dedicated to gin! This colourful, hidden gem is open midday until late and is currently offering tasty dishes from Ta’amiya too. Grab your mates, your better half or even line up a date and chill in the sun at this city-centre oasis.
Free State Kitchen has a secret garden where you can enjoy craft beer, cocktails and wine in the heart of the Georgian Quarter. With seafood, American classics and homemade desserts that you can eat out or take-away, FSK has great drinks deal too. How does two bottles of beer for £5 or 2 cocktails for £9 sound? Yep, we’ll see you there!
Whisky bar, MacKenzies is more than meets the eye. The stylish bar is a great spot to meet friends and sample the bar snacks while sampling more than 30 gins, fine wines, craft beers, real ales, cocktails and of course vat loads of whisky! But there’s more! MacKenzies also boasts a suntrap terrace with funky furniture and a mellow soundtrack.
The Kazimier Garden is a hub for live music and has an alternative vibe to your average bar. While serving up seasonal food and all manner of drinks, the garden also plays host to gigs and performances throughout the year. Enjoy the warm weather (while it lasts) and dine and drink under the stars in this quirky, unique setting.
This award winning space showcases a mixture of art, music, food and drink right in the heart of the Baltic Triangle. Locals and tourists alike are naturally drawn to Constellations where people come together to relax and unwind. As well as summer or fine-weather BBQ’s, Constellations consistently serves up brunch, burgers and beer. What’s not to like?
Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and enjoy a glass of fizz on the sun-drenched terrace of The Old Stables Restaurant at Allerton Manor. This stylish bar and restaurant feels more like a mini-break than just a few drinks after work. With Ladies Nights, live entertainment and seasonal offers, top up your tan in lush, green surroundings.
Still regarded as one of the city’s hottest bars, Red Door, Berry Street gets even more attractive when the sun shines as the roof top terrace opens its doors for cocktails and good times. After a knock out summer last year with Aperol spritz socials and a seriously impressive BBQ, make this weekend all about the Red Door and check it out for yourself.
Gearing up to host their Free Friday BBQ, HUS, Tithebarn Street has become something of an entertainment complex. With vinyl DJ’s, live musicians and tonnes of mouth-watering BBQ fare, you might need a reminder to take your eyes off the action and admire the phenomenal roof-top view! Grab a multi-coloured chair, an ice-cold beer and don’t forget your shades!
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