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Things we love:

It’s the capital of Pop, more Liverpudlians have had no 1′s than from any other Uk City.

They have wicked accents.

It has an airport named after a Beatle

The world’s second largest China Town is here (after San Fran)

Things we wish we’d known:

It’s has the second largest amounts of parks in a Uk city (London’s 1st)

Scousers are named “scousers” after the local stew.

Cilla black is from Liverpool – (we hadn’t guessed by her accent)

Best bars in Liverpool
Best bars in Liverpool
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81LTD
81LTD

You want speakeasy? These guys will give you speakeasy. You’ll need the number to text for the code to get in (sweet talk the barmen – Liverpool’s finest) and sneak through the downstairs hot dog heaven. Up the mirrored staircase Read More

Alma de Cuba
Alma de Cuba

“Alma” as it’s known by the locals is one helluva venue, what used to be a Catholic church is now two floors of restaurant, bar and club. Stain glass windows stretch from top to bottom, the ceiling is sky high Read More

Almost Famous Liverpool
Almost Famous Liverpool

Those rudeboys from Manchester have spread the love and liquor to Liverpool. Find them opposite Santa Chupitos on Parr Street and expect bad ass burgers, Trailer Trash fries, Phokin’ Good wings and some B*tch Juice to wash it all down Read More

Aloha
Aloha

BarChick loves a good tiki bar, especially when it’s full of reemo Scousers. Beanies and Hawaiian shirts are everywhere, and it’s certainly a look we’re into. Take the steps down from street level into this colourfully graffitied basement bar and Read More

Berry & Rye
Berry & Rye

Don’t be put off by the hench doorman at the nondescript black door, he’s cuter than candy and only there to count the numbers. It’s got that Prohibition, bootlegger vibe but this place is totally legit and the cluster of Read More

Bumper
Bumper

In January the neon, yellow light above the entrance reads “Our one resolution is to break yours, yer it is.” Needless to say, it was love at first sight. Knock-off the cocktails and go for a beer or cider, we’re Read More

Camp and Furnace
Camp and Furnace

Hard to find but definitely worth the hunt, Camp and Furnace has got a lot going on under one massive warehouse roof, all you need to find is the buzzer to get in. There’s a gallery space that could happily Read More

El Bandito
El Bandito

Nacho typical joint but exactly what BarChick looks for in a bar – if you can find it that is. Off the street it looks like any old staircase, but ask the bouncers at Santo Chupitos and they’ll be able Read More

Jenny's
Jenny's

Find the awning over the door that proudly states Jenny’s Seafood Restaurant and you’ve arrived. Despite the claim, you won’t find any lobsters in this basement bar, but you will find some beautiful and carefully crated drinks and a very Read More

Mal Bar
Mal Bar

Welcome to an explosion of purple. Come on in and get comfy on the giant sized sofas and lounging cubes (Oxo style) – all purple of course. There’s even a secret den if you and your date want to get Read More

Maray
Maray

Enter into a rustic restaurant of long wooden sharing tables, exposed brickwork, hanging bulbs and a chilled and welcoming atmosphere. Falafel restaurant, cocktail bar – this place kills both birds stone dead. It’s a real labour of love and it Read More

Maya
Maya

Hello Mexico, in Liverpool. Maya, which is short for the Goddess of the Agave Plant ‘Mayahuel’ by the way, is located beneath the tiny, Mexican restaurant Lucha Libre. A giant neon cross alerts you to its existence and after one too Read More

MOJO Liverpool
MOJO Liverpool

Down a small unsuspecting side street you’d be forgiven if you walked straight past this place. If you’re going to go along with their tagline “Music for the people” you’d best bring your rock and roll loving mates for a Read More

Peter Kavanagh's
Peter Kavanagh's

BarChick can only imagine the kinda heavy drinking that’s gone down in this Irish pub over the years. Peter Kavanagh gave the place its eccentric refit in 1929 and it’s barely changed since. The stained glass windows cast an eerie Read More

Salt Dog Slims
Salt Dog Slims

If you’ve been looking for the perfect occasion to wear your dunks and apple-bottoms again, this is it. Seriously Yankee, Salt Dog Slims makes BarChick wanna get a lil Fresh Prince on ya asses. Even the doormen here are dudes, Read More

Santa Chupitos
Santa Chupitos

If you can appreciate a good gimmick then you’ll certainly have time for this place. Sweet, sticky and kinda goofy is how these cocktails are served – think milk bottles and squirty cream and you’re on the right track. Santa Read More

Slim's Pork Chop Express
Slim's Pork Chop Express

From the team that bought you Salt Dog Slim’s and 81LTD, comes the freshest addition to the Liverpool food and drink scene… Slim’s Pork Chop Express. As you enter you’ll be greeted by a wall of Read More

Some Place
Some Place

Walk down Seal Street until you come across a green light, and soon you’ll be dreaming of nothing but absinthe. Climb the stairs into this attic lair and take a seat at the bar, or settle into a game of Read More

The London Carriage Works at the Hope Street Hotel
The London Carriage Works at the Hope Street Hotel

“The Hope” is where the rock stars stay when they’re in town, and BarChick too. This award winning boutique hotel located within the city’s cultural quarter is the perfect place in which to chill, drink, sleep and watch the glamorous Read More

The Philharmonic Dining Rooms
The Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Fascinating, antique and featuring the only grade 1 listed loos in the country, this place is vintage, babes. Ornately carved snugs, intricate mosaics and a whole lot of boozers can be found here. Known to the locals as ‘The Phil’ Read More

The Shipping Forecast
The Shipping Forecast

This “Ale House and Eatery” on the corner of Slater Street is just where you want to come for a pint and a catch up. Bring your gaming friend and get stuck into the old skool Nintendo in the corner, Read More