Town Isn’t The Only Place To Enjoy a Night Out in Liverpool

These are the local bars, pubs and restaurants that bring party vibes to the suburbs.


You know those times when you fancy a few drinks, maybe a bite to eat but you want to stay local? A night out in Liverpool doesn’t have to involve going into the city. We’ve rounded up some of the best places to enjoy a few drinks, a meal out or a little cheeky afternoon tipple, right on your door step.


1 – Crosby & Waterloo

Pioneer Bar & Brasserie

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Aperol Spritz, Watermelon Martini, Sangria, Pimms, it’s safe to say the taste of summer is at Pioneer Crosby. If its 5* Facebook rave reviews are anything to go by its the fabulous staff and reasonable prices for food and drinks that makes Pioneer so popular. Check it out here. 

TimberWolf Grind & Tap

South Road’s Timberwolf has just added an outdoor seating area to its Waterloo bar with plenty of space to enjoy a  gin, some dark spirits, craft beer or even a speciality coffee on those summer evenings. Check it out here. 

So Salsa

Get your hit of summer sun in the middle of Crosby Village with So Salsa. Loved for its atmosphere, brilliant dining deals (3 tapas for £10) and tasty weekly specials, you can’t go wrong with smoking sangria here! More info here. 

This is Livin’

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Situated on Carnegie St, This Is Livin’ is a lovely bar and restaurant with an outdoor terrace that screams summer nights out. With its very own pizza oven, cocktail menu and live DJ’s and music, get to Crosby and indulge. More here. 

More: These top 20 Waterloo & Crosby eateries prove village living is sweet.


2 – Allerton Road

Three Piggies Alehouse & Canteen

Everyone’s favourite modern bar/pub on Allerton Rd has to be Three Piggies. Such a brilliant atmosphere whether its quiz night, live music on or just all the summer vibes soaked in gin. The food is amazing and we love petting all the cute dogs too. More here.

Verdant

If you’re always dressed up to the nines, get yourself to Verdant on Allerton Road and get in that massive framed seat for instant-Instagram likes. It’s got to be gin balloons or cocktails at this classy L18 bar. Find out more here 

Maray

Make sure you book in plenty of time as walk-ins at Maray are as rare as a lottery win! Once seated you can totally see why! The finest ingredients, a feast for the senses on a plate, with gluten free, vegan and vegan dishes, a laid back vibe and of course all the botanicals in a glass. More info here. 

The Blackburne Eatery

There’s live music at The Blackburne on a Friday night which goes hand in hand with three courses of fabulous food and a glass of wine for just £22.95pp! Who said a belting night out down Allerton Road had to cost the earth?! Menus and more here. 

More: Maray gets ready to open its doors at Royal Albert Dock. 


3 – Formby

Woodwards Wine Bar

Known locally as ‘the Woodie’ Woodwards Wine Bar on Chapel Lane is the go-to place for friendly table service, top quality wines, a range of gins and brilliant live music. Wine Wednesdays are a proper treat too, order a bottle and get a complimentary cheese plate. More info here. 

Beer Station

Next stop, Beer Station, Formby. If you like a good pint, this micropub next to Freshfield station sells an impressive range of cask ales, lagers, spirits and wine and we’re hearing amazing things about the pub snacks too. Pork pie anyone? Find out more here. 

Left Bank Brasserie

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You’re guaranteed a warm welcome from the friendly staff at the Left Bank Brasserie, Halsall Lane. If you fancy a taste of the Mediterranean (and want to leave the dishes to someone else) book a table and tuck into spicy linguine, traditional lasagne and more. Menus and booking here. 


4 – Southport

Remedy

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Artisan Gin, fine malt whiskey and all the quirky cocktails are on offer at Remedy by night. Chilled out vibes in the heart of Lord Street Southport come as standard here. Grab a (deck) chair and settle in for an evening under the stars. More here.

Allotment

Allotment, Liverpool Road offers gin tasting that transports you from the hustle and bustle into a modern oasis. Mocktails, cocktails, martini’s galore, this Birkdale based bar is a true hidden gem worth travelling for. Jump on the train for Fizz Fridays, live music and find out more here. 

The Office

Head to Hoghton Street for drinks at The Office and kick start a classy night out in Southport. This ultra modern bar serves a contemporary menu prepared by local chefs and with outdoor space, this is the perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat and after work drinks. PS – bottles of prosecco are just £15 on Fridays, you know what to do! More info here. 

More: This is why you should visit Southport this spring.


5 – West Kirby & Heswall

The Viking Pub & Bakehouse

Owned by celeb chef Simon Rimmer, The Viking has an unbeatable reputation for great food and atmosphere. The Viking Garden is set to open this Spring making nights out sat round a table under the stars a regular weekend thing. More info here. 

West Kirby Tap

Now if you know (and like) your ale, the West Kirby Tap is the place for you. Just a 5 minute walk from West Kirby station, head down Grange Road to check out this fab bar, stocking craft beers, real ale, local gin and delicious charcuterie sharing boards. More here. 

Wolf & Lamb

Small plates take a decadent turn at Wolf & Lamb. Billed as no frills fine dining, the menu at this Banks Rd eatery invite you to get adventurous with food. Welsh lamb saddle, beef tartare, Wye Valley asparagus and more await. Bring your appetite. Menus here. 

The Wro

Wirral’s undisputed king of casual dining has to be The Wro. For ten years this Grange Rd venue has been delighting diners with modern European small plates and a relaxed atmosphere in which to kick back and catch up with friends. Check out the menus here. 

More: Here’s 10 restaurants in Wirral you need to try. 


6 – Prescot

Urbano Chiringruito

Bringing Balearic charm to the cobbles of Prescot town centre, Urbano Chiringruito serves up sangria, spritzers, fine wines and beers with amazing charcuterie sharing boards. Who needs spain with this little gem just up the road. More info here. 

Pinion

Chef and restauranteur Gary Usher opened his fifth eatery, Pinion on Eccleston St less than a year ago and its proven to be a huge hit. Reviewers love the varied menu, attentive friendly staff and extra large wine glasses! More info here. 

The Bard Micropub

This Shakespeare inspired micropub in Prescot, features quality real ales, craft beers, ciders & gins from across the UK and is highly praised by locals. Handy if you’re heading to the footy at Prescot Cables or just like a good pint in a relaxed atmosphere. More here. 

The Deanes House

There’s open mic on Thursdays, live entertainment on Friday – Sunday and drinks at fab prices at this friendly Prescot boozer. The Deanes House, Church Street shows all the Sky Sports coverage too and is just a 2 mins walk from the main street and taxi rank too. More here. 

More: Prescot is on the up, here’s why. 


7 – Lark Lane

Love & Rockets

Rain or shine there’s always a boss atmosphere at Love & Rockets. Live music, quiz night, freshly baked pizza (OMG the smores one is insane), all the sporting action on the tv’s, dog friendly and loads of drinks. Winner. More here. 

Diamonds & Rust Cocktail Bar

If you’re into your rose and or prosecco – get yourself down to Diamonds & Rust on Lark Lane and try the prosecco punch or Whispering Angel from Cote De Province, summer in a glass that! Live music and chilled vibes on offer all week long. More here. 

Meat Factory

Salt & pepper fish and chips, frozen strawberry daquiri’s, hoisin duck fries, mac and cheese balls, big old burgers, buffalo wings, steak and a whole load of summer beers. Cure your hangover before its even begun here. 

Milo Lounge

Another warm, inviting Lark Lane bar we can’t get enough of is Milo Lounge. Dog friendly, outdoor seating, loads of tasty tapas style small plates, plus vegan and veggie options too. Get all your mates around one big table and tuck in. More here. 


8 – Smithdown Road

Handyman Pub

This Smithdown venue doesn’t look anything like your average boozer, but hidden behind its ancient façade is a nano brewery and pub which is going down a storm with locals. Boasting its own range of beers, live music, festival performances, comedy and more, you’d be mad to not drop in. More here. 

The Willowbank

Been a student in Liverpool? Chances are you’ve been to the Willowbank which regardless of time or day seems to be open and buzzing. Quiz nights, live music, great value food (inc a seriously good steak) they’ve always got the footy on too. More here.

Christakis Greek Taverna

All that ale is going to require a decent feast and you don’t do much better for your money than at Christakis. For less than £18 a head you can dine like a God on the finest, freshest Greek and Cypriot cuisine, plus there’s plenty of Ouzo being poured and live entertainment too. More here. 

TriBeCa

If there’s four things we like on a night out its good pizza, cool cocktails, great tunes and good vibes – which is really handy because that’s exactly what TriBeCa is all about. We highly recommend chilling in the Chambord Garden – proper hidden gem. More here. 


9 – Heswall

Paradox

Situated in the heart of Heswall, Paradox has a legion of fans on the Wirral who rave about its top quality food, service and atmosphere. When the lights go down, Paradox Bar and Lounge is the place to be if you want to party. Signature cocktails, bottles and taps, all under one jumping roof. More here. 

Franklyn’s Bar & Bistro

241 cocktails, house nachos, dirty gringo stacked burgers, hanging kebabs and all the gin, nights out in Heswall just got tasty thanks to Franklyn’s Bar & Bistro, Telegraph Road. Nibbles, late tea or just all the martini’s, they’ll sort you right out. More here. 

107 Dining Room

Top quality dining doesn’t get much better than this. 107 Dining Room, Heswall offers diners the best quality ingredients in a beautiful settling, complete with outdoor terrace, perfect for gin sipping with your loved ones. Check out the seasonal menu here. 

More: What’s on in Wirral this Spring? Head this way. 


10 – West Derby

The Book

Weekend nights start with G&T slush and pizza at The Book, Mill Lane. With live music, fabulous food, including brunch and a fab atmosphere, book a booth in the village and get the party started. More here. 

Almond Bar & Eatery

Almond, Mill Lane has recently undergone an extension and renovation and is now serving up cocktails, world beers on draught and the amazing Bertha Gin from Ireland. Check out the new look here. 

51 Mill Lane

When it comes to bevs in the sun and a few picky bits between mates, you have to try 51 Mill Lane. Amazing value, fresh ingredients and the perfect spot to catch up on the goss and catch the last of the rays  with cocktails. Menus and more here. 

The Sefton

Still the best place for a bit of talent spotting in L12, The Sefton is at the very heart of West Derby Village. The staff are amazing at keeping the bar queues down at this hugely popular pub that acts as a starting point for most nights out. The beer garden is a solid 10 too. More here. 


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