A night out in Liverpool

I’ve been on night’s out in Liverpool before when I lived in Chester and went to university there. I caught the last train to Liverpool and the first train back with friends and ex work colleagues. Going on Lois’s hen do, I didn’t know where we would end up. I had fun, thought I would share where we went for tips to you lovely lot.

The Hatch Bar

Staying in Eurohostel, Liverpool The Hatch Bar is located below the rooms. It’s what you expect to see located in a hostel. Mismatch furniture, bright colours on the wall and lively music on. The drinks were cheap, as it’s always Happy Hour. Perfect for pre-drinks before heading out.

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The Cavern Club

When in Liverpool, I fully recommend going to the famous Cavern Club as it’s the birth place to the Beatles. The Cavern Club is a small bar, but it has such history with the nostalgia of the building. Even though this is a replica of the original due to a fire, you still get that sixties music vibe. The bar is small, filled with little tunnels, and a bar at the end. You get a mix of people in from locals, to travellers, the old and the young. I loved it.

The Cavern Club - A Must-See For Beatles Fans In Liverpool!

Rubber Soul

Rubber Soul is a large bar named after the famous Beatles album, with a theme to match inside. This bar was the loudest one I have been in for a long time. I don’t know if it’s me getting old but it was so loud, at times unbearable, but it has a reputation for this. The music was good playing a mix of old and new. Personally this wasn’t my favourite.


Smokie Mo’s

A very hot bar, split over two levels, old looking bar. I’ve been in this one previously, had a good time, but as it was too hot, I left as it was unbearable to handle. If your down Matthew Street, want good music, reasonable priced drinks and a good night, head here.

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PopWorld, Liverpool

Popworld has taken the country by storm, opening up all over, offering people on a night out the chance to dance to your favourite 90s tracks. Personally I loved this club, as there’s nothing better then singing to 5ive, Peter Andre, Vengaboys and Spice Girls when you’ve had some cocktails. This was packed and was still going when we all left. Being on a hen do we payed for quick entry, booths which came with processco, apple sourz and vodka. I think the booth is set in the wrong position, but it gave us our own area to dance in.


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