Liverpool boasts some stunning bars, both old and new.
They occupy historic listed buildings, reach towering heights and have beautiful views of Liverpool’s most iconic landmark.
But they’re not just known for their beauty alone – they also serve up some tasty cocktails or could help you celebrate a special occasion.
Take a look at our list of 11 beautiful bars in Liverpool and find out where you can sip on a cocktail and toast to the view of the Liver Birds.
The Alchemist is a bar and restaurant on Brunswick Street known for the cool and crazy cocktails on sale.
The cocktails come bubbling with dry ice and the presentation looks like something out of a chemistry lab.
In fact, the whole bar area is stacked with copper chemistry beakers and the stylish bar has a warm and cosy atmosphere.
Cocktails include the Smoky Old Fashioned and the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
The Panoramic bar high up on the 34th floor on Brook Street boasts spectacular views of Liverpool and the River Mersey.
The bar and restaurant is fitted with full length, floor to ceiling windows that shows 360 degree views of Liverpool and beyond.
If you can brave the heights, this bar has some of the best views Liverpool can offer.
Cosy Club is the latest addition to Liverpool ONE on Paradise Street.
Those drinking and dining in Cosy Club will feel as though they’ve stepped onto a period film set or are dining in a sleek vintage mansion.
The furniture and decor makes for a cosy and welcoming bar but the style and eccentricity gives the bar a charming character.
Alma de Cuba
Alma De Cuba on Seel Street is a grand bar and restaurant set inside the former St Peter’s Catholic Church.
The modern furniture inside the bare brick church conversion creates a magnificent setting.
Alma de Cuba’s cocktail menu has South American and Caribbean influences and cocktails include Violet Martini and El Floridita Daiquiri.
Neighbourhood bar and restaurant on Castle Street is based inside the Grade II listed building.
The interior of the building features a domed banking hall with Corinthian columns from Alliance Bank that was originally based in the building.
Neighbourhood has brought a touch of colour and modern interior design to the old building from 1868.
The new design compliments the historic features and high ceilings.
Titanic Hotel Bar
The Titanic Hotel on Stanley Dock has beautiful views of Liverpool’s dock.
The Rum Bar is a very spacious room with high ceilings and large windows with views.
The wooden flooring, bare brick walls and pillars add a rustic maritime feel to the bar.
But the furniture and plush fabrics give the bar area a touch of luxury.
The bar menu includes a mixture of Guyana, Barbados, Martinique or Cuban rum.
Carpathia champagne bar and restaurant is in 30 James Street hotel in Liverpool city centre.
The bar looks out onto Liverpool’s skyline and the terrace boasts panoramic views of the docklands and Three Graces.
The rooftop bar offers two balconies that are 120 ft and 110 ft wide and 10 ft long.
Carpathia bar offers classic cocktails and also new flavours.
The Liverpool Empire’s Circle Bar has recently been refurbished with all-new seating and bar area.
The carpet has also been swapped for warm floorboards and there is a new gold and cream colour scheme.
Theatregoers can also catch a glance of St George’s Hall from the bar windows.
Oh Me Oh My – Rooftop Garden
Goodness Gracious rooftop bar above Oh Me Oh My on Water Street is a bar that lets the views do the talking.
The outdoor bar is on the 8th floor of West Africa house and with the height comes beautiful views.
Customers can sit back, relax and enjoy a drink while toasting to the Liver Birds.
Castle St Townhouse
Castle St Townhouse is stunning inside and out and has been designed by Lee Birchall from DV8 Designs that also designed The Old Blind School and Archies.
It has a multi-mirrored bar and raised seating area and features an earthy colour palette.
There are various plush booths and seating areas that are both comfortable and stylish.
During the evening the bar has dimmed mood lighting that compliments the colour scheme.
Matou is a pan Asian restaurant above the Mersey Ferry Terminal Building on the Pier Head.
It has a large terrace area showcasing stunning views of Liverpool’s Three Graces.
The bar and lounge can accommodate 100 people and the outside terrace can cater for at least 300 people for drinks and al-fresco dining.
The bar has an impressive cocktail list that includes the classics and also some ‘signature’ cocktails such as the Three Graces, Breaker and All The Way J.