We have previously gone over some of the top beer gardens in Liverpool. However, there are just so many we had to show you more! Why not kick back and relax in one of Liverpool's numerous beer gardens if you're staying in one of our serviced apartments? Throughout the city, there are countless fantastic beer gardens. We've put up a list of some of the hidden treasures and local favourites below.
Fletcher's Beer Garden
Fletcher's, situated at Allerton Manor, is a massive new beer garden. A large screen and 250 chairs are available at the location. The screen will display live football any chance they get, including FA Cup, Europa League, and Champions League matches. A new street food kitchen has opened, selling tiny boxes and flatbreads with steak, pulled pork, Katsu burgers, cold dogs, and hand-stretched stone-baked pizzas.
Birdies Bar & BBQ
This isn't really a beer garden, but it's so beautiful that we couldn't leave it out. The Baltic Triangle favourite features a variety of outdoor dining options and its famed wooden cabanas, which parties may reserve for a drink and perhaps a movie. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the bar will host a bottomless brunch event, including a selection of tacos from Locked and Loaded (formerly Apocalypse Cow), unlimited prosecco, and a keggie of beer for £35pp.
As the lockdown limitations were lifted, the Baltic Market unveiled its freshly remodelled outdoor area. Outdoor booths and tables were added to the market, allowing you to enjoy a drink with up to five friends and family members. The Baltic Market does not have a reservation system and is solely available for walk-ins.
Wolf & Waffle
Wolf & Waffle's beer garden on Berry Street is now open, featuring covered dining and various picnic seats. The garden is open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis; therefore, reservations are unnecessary. From 10 a.m. until 11.30 p.m., Wolf & Waffle is open.
The Merchant on Slater Street has a spacious outside space ideal for a drink after the lockdown. Seating is available on the footpath on Parr Street and in the beer garden at the venue's back. Most weekends, The Merchant holds a party with DJs, food, and lots of beverages.
The Baltic Fleet
The Baltic Fleet, a popular hotspot in the city centre, has undergone a thorough makeover in order to reopen following the lockdown. The classic bar in Wapping has expanded its outdoor space, which now includes a number of picnic seats. Umbrellas cover the seats, and the majority of them have wind protection.
Murphy's Gin's creators have opened their own pub with a beautiful beer garden. Murphy's Distillery is located near Ten Streets Social and the Invisible Wind Factory on Dock Road. On Friday evenings, as well as Saturday and Sunday, it will be open all day. The event will feature live music as well as street cuisine from local vendors.