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Why the Baltic Triangle is one of the coolest areas in Liverpool

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Why the Baltic Triangle is one of the coolest areas in Liverpool
Baltic Triangle

The Baltic Triangle is hands down one of the coolest areas in Liverpool… sorry, not just Liverpool… THE WORLD!

The Baltic Triangle is consistently being ranked as one of the trendiest places to live, and with everything that they have in the area, it’s not hard to see why. 

With everything from great bars and restaurants, to vibrant street art and phenomenal performances spaces, the Baltic Triangle has so much to offer locals and tourists.

Check out why we LOVE the Baltic so much…

BOXPARK Liverpool

BOXPARK Liverpool is all about three things – eat, drink, play!

The Baltic venue in Cains Brewery Village is BOXPARK’s first location outside London and it’s gone all-out to bring together fantastic traders including familiar names who’ve already got a big fanbase here.

Most of their amazing events are free to attend, with everything from boss bands, bottomless brunches, and movie nights.

More info here.


Baltic Market  

Baltic Triangle
Credit: Baltic Market

The Baltic Market is a permanent space for independent city businesses to set up shop and sell their wares. It’s not just about street food either, with a whole programme of social events from cult film nights to flea markets, live music and farmers markets, there’s a bite, a drink, a jam and a knick knack for every taste. 

The brainchild of Independent Liverpool, Baltic Market has become the hottest destination for socialising in Liverpool, the queues outside during the weekends is testament to that! 

For more info click here


Arts Bar: Baltic

Arts Bar - The Guide Liverpool
Arts Bar – The Guide Liverpool

Arts Bar Baltic has become a day and night place for creatives to meet, showcase what they do, and just have a good time.

Daytimes are geared towards networking and doing the back office stuff that artists have to do like booking gigs and exhibitions, then evenings are about the events, having a drink, meeting with friends and using free space for new music and art.

More info here.


Chows Food Truck by Parkgate Fish and Chips – Cains Brewery Village

Credit: Chows Food Truck / Parkgate Fish and Chips
Credit: Chows Food Truck / Parkgate Fish and Chips

If you’ve been to Bongo’s Bingo lately you might have noticed Chow’s Food Truck parked outside of CONTENT. 

Whatever you do, do not miss out on ordering from this place! 

They’re from the famous Parkgate Fish and Chips over on The Wirral – they’ve brought their high quality homemade fish and chips, as well as their fantastic salt and pepper range to Liverpool! 

It’s no wonder these guys win all sorts of awards.

More info here.


Botanical Gin Garden 

Baltic Triangle

A cool friendly outdoor bar that opens for 6 months of the year. It is the perfect place to relax in the sun and get yourself some great drinks. They sell other things other than gin but they do love fresh tasting juniper filled drinks, whether its in a slush or a tin can. 

They always have great small food vendors making fast beautiful and fresh food, they try to change it up but always have someone around!

For more info click here


Punch Tarmey’s & ArCains

Punch Tarmey’s

The atmosphere at Punch Tarmey’s is second to none and you can usually expect live music to help you get the party started before the big games.

With a huge outdoor screen in The Courtyard and a further 17 big screens across the site, it’s the perfect place to watch live sport in Liverpool.

Nip through the hole in the wall and you will find ArCains – a gamers paradise with 3 floors filled with the best arcade games from Tomb Raider to Mario Kart.

More info on Punch Tarmey’s here.

More info on ArCains here.


Bongos Bingo at CONTENT

Credit: Bongo’s Bingo

Bongo’s isn’t your typical night out. They’ve come such a long way from a humble idea to revamp a nan-tastic game of luck. Now they’re entertaining the masses around the globe, but don’t forget… it all started here in Liverpool!

The guy who made it all happen, the master of ceremonies, Johnny Bongo has become one of the city’s best loved characters. You’ll laugh til you cry at some of the most random moments that happen weekly at Bongo’s Bingo. From the dancers terrorising a false call to fellas dancing with 10ft rubber ducks. Prepare to have sore ribs the next day.

For more info click here


Street Art

Credit: Liverpool Street Art

Liverpool is overflowing with street art and culture, and the Baltic Triangle has become a hub for just that. From Paul Curtis’ iconic “For All The Liver Birds”, and his Abbey Road Crossing outside Cain’s Brewery Village, to Akse’s mural of LFC manager Jurgen Klopp. 

The art is inspiring to see how much talent this city has and attracts to it. 


Camp & Furnace 

It might be one of Liverpool’s best loved night-time venues. Camp and Furnace has now opened its doors for a fantastic array of daytime offerings, becoming the new hang out for Baltic workers and visitors to the area.

They host some incredible events likeTaylor Swift music nights, Disney quizzes, club nights, and more!

For more info click here


Baltic Creative

Baltic Creative is a social enterprise and community interest company. It was established to support and promote the creative and digital sectors in the city, specifically within the Baltic Triangle area, which has become a hub for creative and digital businesses.

They provide a range of workspace solutions for creative and digital businesses, including studios, offices, and workshops.

Don’t forget to stop in for a drink at 92º Coffee while you’re there as well.

Find out more about them here


Cains Brewery 

Credit: Cains Brewery

Did you know that Robert Cain became one of Liverpool’s most successful businessmen? His company, Robert Cain and Sons, owned more than 200 pubs in Liverpool, and Cain expanded the brewery several times, between 1900–1902 when the landmark redbrick part of the brewery was constructed.  

Now reopened and relaunched, there are four bars set across three floors right where the original ale was brewed. There’s a huge glass wall so people can see the famous beer being created and, as well as Cains, there’s a selection of craft ales curated by its manager and head brewer, along with a menu of cocktails – or hoptails!

For more info click here


Manifest 

Credit: Manifest

Manifest restaurant in the Baltic Triangle has had an incredible reaction from diners and critics since it opened in March 2022. Owners and partners Paul Durand and his wife Charlotte have set about creating somewhere very special, that makes the most of a Michelin-star background in a way that never feels intimidating.

Paul and Charlotte wanted to use all the things they’ve learned over the years working in high-end restaurants but put them in an informal relaxed setting. They really want anyone and everyone to feel they can come and enjoy themselves. The food might be fine dining quality, but the atmosphere is very casual – there’s no dress code, no airs and graces.

For more info click here


The Baltic Hotel 

Baltic Triangle
Credit: The Baltic Hotel

The first hotel ever in Liverpool’s thriving Baltic Triangle. It’s a place where punk art meets urban chic and traditional hip joins synonymously with effortless cool. 

Every one of the 58 rooms will deliver an eccentric, unique feel with music memorabilia adorning the walls and luxurious lounge areas. Peloton bikes have also been installed in some spaces while others boast stellar views over the city and River Mersey.

They do a banging roast on Sunday’s too. On the sharing platter you can choose two cuts of meat (ribeye beef joint, spatchcock chicken, roast lamb leg, or for veggies a nut roast Wellington) and get all the trimmings like roasties, carrot and swede mash, cabbage, stuffing, gravy, and MORE!

For more info click here


Sonic Yootha at 24 Kitchen Street

Pic Credit. His Kind

Sonic Yootha is a well-known LGBTQ+ inclusive club night at 24 Kitchen Street. It has gained popularity for its eclectic mix of music, inclusive atmosphere, and vibrant, colourful parties.

One of the defining features of Sonic Yootha is its strong commitment to inclusivity. The event is known for its diverse and open-minded approach, where people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and backgrounds are welcomed and celebrated.

It has helped create a safe and welcoming space for the LGBTQ+ community in Liverpool.

For more info check out their Instagram here


DITTO Coffee

Ditto Coffee
Ditto Coffee

DITTO is a haven for coffee enthusiasts and creatives alike. Known for its artisanal brews and cozy atmosphere, it has become a popular spot for locals and visitors.

The café also serves as a boss community space, hosting live music and events.

More info here.


Baltic Bakehouse

Baltic Bakehouse
Baltic Bakehouse

These guys are renowned for their deliciously fresh, handmade bread and pastries.

The popular bakery attracts food lovers with its commitment to quality and traditional baking techniques.

Its warm and inviting atmosphere, makes it a favourite spot for both locals and visitors to enjoy their very tasty treats.

More info here.


HOBO Kiosk

Credit: Hobo Kiosk
Credit: Hobo Kiosk

A quirky gem in the Baltic Triangle, Hobo Kiosk is loved for its eclectic decor and friendly, community-driven vibe.

This intimate pub offers a unique selection of craft beers and spirits, making it a must visit when you’re in the area.

Its charming atmosphere and welcoming hosts create a relaxed space where everyone feels at home.

More info here.


Red Brick Market

Red Brick Market
Credit: Red Brick Market

Red Brick is a treasure trove for vintage enthusiasts and bargain hunters. This expansive emporium features an eclectic mix of retro clothing, antique furniture, and unique collectibles.

Its distinctive atmosphere and diverse offerings make it a must-visit destination for those seeking one-of-a-kind finds and nostalgic charm.

More info here.


Artisane

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Credit: Artisane

Located at 54 James Street, Artisane is a charming artisanal bakery and café offering an array of freshly baked goods and specialty coffees.

With its cozy ambiance and friendly staff, it has become a beloved spot for locals to unwind and indulge in delicious treats, whether that’s enjoying a leisurely brunch or grabbing a quick coffee to go

More info here.


Coffee and Fandisha

Coffee and Fandisha
Coffee and Fandisha

Coffee and Fandisha, is a unique fusion of café culture and artistic expression, offering a cozy retreat for coffee fans and creatives alike.

It’s the perfect spot to sip artisanal brews and indulge in homemade cakes.

Inside Coffee & Fandisha, the ‘yellow wall’ is a space solely for local creatives to display and exhibit unique pieces of artwork.

More info here.


Love Lane Brewery

Credit: Love Lane Brewery
Credit: Love Lane Brewery

Love Lane Brewery is a hub of craft beer excellence, known for its innovative brews and industrial-chic taproom.

The brewery offers visitors a chance to sample a diverse range of locally brewed beers and grab a bite to eat from their fantastic kitchen.

More info here.


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