The King John is an Old English pub that rekindles a medieval tradition, with an extensive selection of beers and cask ales and great regular offers on whiskeys and gins – including two double gins for only £5.
Along with traditional bar snacks there’s a great selection of locally-sourced guest ales including The Plum Porter courtesy of Liverpool’s Titanic Brewery.
Live Sports on the big screen and live Soul & Motown performances every Sunday until late guarantee the Mathew Street-venue will become a hit with city centre regulars.
Formerly Route 66, The King John joins the city’s Rubber Soul complex at the heart of the Mathew Street music hub, home to Eric’s, Heaven, and Kaiser Keller.
General Manager Jimmy Boland said: “We’re happy to be open in time for what looks like being another busy December on Mathew Street.”
After an extensive refurbishment, The King John is host to a stunning Medieval-inspired interior featuring exposed brickwork, wooden candelabras, and interesting historic items sourced from around the north west, including an old organ, full-scale suits of armour, tapestries, and even a copy of The Magna Carta; the charter-of-rights agreed by King John on 15 June 1215.
The King John is open from 10am until 12am Sunday to Thursday, and 10am until 4am Friday and Saturday.
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