Food & Drink

The CUC

The CUC is a Liverpool City Centre based venue that will truly capture your imagination. Located just over the road from Leo Casino, close to the World famous Albert Dock area and just 10 minutes from Liverpool Lime Street Station, this beautiful Grade II listed converted warehouse is home to

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casbah

Casbah

The Casbah Coffee Club (Est 1959) by Mona Best, owned by former Beatle, Pete Best and his brothers Rory and Roag Best. A must for all Beatles' fans, the Club is the place where it all began. This is the only original Beatles venue to remain unchanged complete with: Star

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Cains Brewery

Cains Brewery

Robert Cain, an Irish immigrant, starting brewing in Liverpool at the age of 24. He quickly became famous throughout the city for the outstanding quality of his beer. By the time of his death in 1907 he had commissioned 200 public houses in the city and Cains brewery had expanded

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Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Philharmonic Dining Rooms

The “Phil” which opened its wrought iron gated doors in 1898 is a beautiful example of a landmark pub. One of the many public houses in Liverpool commissioned by Robert Cains. The building has an Art Nouveau exterior, rounded bar, mosaic floors, dark wood panelling and rooms named after composers.

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Ye Hole in Ye Wall

Ye Hole in Ye Wall

Ye Hole in Ye Wall pub is on Hackins Hey,  it can be found in "a bit of a jigger (small road)off Dale Street opposite North John Street”. Dating from 1726, this is the oldest public house in Liverpool, standing on the site of a 17th Century Quaker Meeting House.

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