Liverpool City is renowned for coming alive at night. It’s filled with students, stag and hen parties and just anyone wanting to have a good time. You can make a night out in Liverpool whatever you want it to be. So, whether that is enjoying live music or dancing the night away in a club, there is something for everyone. And why not enjoy a stay in one of our serviced apartments to make the next morning that little bit more comfortable (you might be glad of it!)? Dream Apartments have created a guide to Liverpool nightlife to ensure you make the most of your nights in the city.
1. Concert Square
Chances are you have probably heard of Concert Square because of its lively reputation and popularity. The square is a 13-minute walk away from our serviced accommodation on Dale Street. It consists of popular venues such as McCooleys, Modo and Soho and includes a large covered outdoor seating area where partygoers can enjoy Shisha Pipes and order drinks to their tables. Concert Square is extremely popular with students during the week and picks up from Thursday right through to Sunday with the locals. If you are ever stuck for a night out, you won’t be disappointed here!
2. The Baltic Triangle
The Baltic Triangle is one of Liverpool’s most creative spots and is basically the Shoreditch of Liverpool! Located just 15 minutes south of the city, you can find outdoor beer gardens, street food markets, warehouse music venues and stunning street art. The Baltic Triangle has various venues such as Baltic Beer Garden or Love Lane Brewery and are perfect spots for a girl’s night out or enjoying a gin under the summer sun.
Close by to Concert Square, Ropewalks is a hipster area of the city which is bursting with culture, music and a great atmosphere. The long streets are filled with independent retailers, cafes, restaurants and of course – amazing bars such as The Peacock and La’go.
4. Albert Dock
If you fancy a sophisticated evening out on the town, check out the nightlife around the Albert Dock. Whether you’re after a boozy brunch or evening drinks, you can enjoy either while overlooking the docks. The popular Revolucion De Cuba is located here and offers a wide range of Cuban food and cocktails. Panam is also a vibrant spot along the docks where partygoers can enjoy a bottomless brunch filled with Prosecco or their American themed dinner menu.
5. Rainbow Quarter
Liverpool is renowned for its culture of inclusivity which is upheld by the local people. The city has hosted one of Europe’s largest Gay Pride festivals and their LGBTQ+ nightlife scene is only getting bigger with a selection of bars and clubs located on Stanley Street, also known as the Rainbow Quarter. This spot is a good night guaranteed for anyone regardless of gender.
With the indicative date for nightclubs reopening being June 21st, there are various clubs you can visit if you’re planning a trip to Liverpool in the Summer months. It’s been over a year since we have enjoyed a night out with lazers and a DJ, so why not visit Popworld for some cheesy tunes or dance the night away in LEVEL!