- Great traditional pub grub Liverpool? or alternative…?
Will be going for the first time ever to Liverpool a week Monday. I’m 47, lasted this long, but finally it got me. Want to make it memorable for the good lady.
Just fancy a bite, beer and relax around tea time in a nice trad pub, or open to a non restricting restaurant, any recommendations?Posted 1 year ago
Last time I went to Liverpool 10 years ago i didn’t eat all weekend. Good times!
Great place, enjoy!Posted 1 year ago
It’s not a pub but I have always had an amazing time at Sapporo Teppanyaki grill. Japanese food served with panache and a lot of fun…a very different meal out if you want that! There are videos of what they get up to preparing the food…Posted 1 year ago
Best pub in Liverpool, bar none.
Sunday name is The Philharmonic Dining Rooms, but nobody uses that name.
Great beers and good food.
A gents toilet right out of the 1860s. Its not unknown to see women in there just going for a look at the marble and ceramics.
On Hope Street which runs between the two cathedrals. Take a cab and just as for The Phil. He’ll know it.
We went last summer and went to Clockworks. Gastro pub/bar but the food was AMAZING.
Just slightly off the main drag but still close to hotels etc.Posted 1 year ago
Have one in the “Fly in the Loaf” oldies will remember it as “Kirklands” I am looking at it now from my office window! Its only 100yds from the Phil so you can have a drink in both.Posted 1 year ago
Drink White Rat in the Dispensary.Posted 1 year ago
Go to my cousins pub, the Baltic Fleet.
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