Liverpool City is well-known for its nightlife. It's packed with students, stag and hen parties, and everyone else looking to have a good time. A night out in Liverpool can be anything you want it to be.
So, whether it's listening to live music or dancing the night away at a club, there's something for everyone. Why not stay in one of our serviced apartments to make the next day a little more comfortable? Continue reading to find Dream Apartment's guide to Liverpool's amazing nightlife to help you make the most of your time in the city.
If you're considering a trip to Liverpool, there are a variety of clubs to visit. Now you can go out and have a night out with lasers and a DJ, swing into Popworld for some cheesy tunes or dance the night away in LEVEL!
The Rainbow Quarter
Liverpool is well-known for its warm culture, which the locals strive to maintain. With various bars and clubs centred around Stanley Street, often known as the Rainbow Quarter, the city has hosted one of Europe's largest Gay Pride festivals, and its LGBTQ+ nightlife culture is only growing. This venue ensures a good time for everyone, regardless of gender.
If you're looking for a sophisticated evening out, check out the nightlife around the Albert Dock. You can enjoy a boozy brunch or a few cocktails in the evening while watching the docks. The famed Revolucion De Cuba serves a wide variety of Cuban cuisine and drinks. Panam is also a vibrant venue near the docks where partiers can have a bottomless Prosecco brunch or an evening supper with an American vibe.
Ropewalks is a trendy metropolitan area near Concert Square that is packed with culture, music, and a great mood. The streets are dotted with small businesses, cafés, restaurants, and, of course, wonderful pubs like The Peacock and La'go.
The Baltic Triangle, often known as Shoreditch in Liverpool, is one of the city's most creative neighbourhoods. Just 15 minutes south of the city, you'll find outdoor beer gardens, street food markets, warehouse music venues, and amazing street art. Several Baltic Triangle establishments, such as Baltic Beer Garden and Love Lane Brewery, are great for a girl's night out or drinking gin in the summer sun.
Square of the Concerts
You've probably heard of Concert Square because of its vivid reputation and popularity. The plaza is a 13-minute walk from our Dale Street serviced accommodation. It includes a large covered outside seating area where guests can enjoy Shisha Pipes and order drinks to their tables. It is home to well-known institutions such as McCooleys, Modo, and Soho. Concert Square is a popular area for students during the week, and locals visit from Thursday through Sunday. This is the place to go if you want to have a good time!