The Baltic Triangle is a creative neighborhood in Liverpool. The area, that’s actually the shape of a triangle, houses many bars, restaurants and markets. When I was on a trip to Northern England I also visited Liverpool. I went on a walking and drinking tour with Liverpool Cycle Tours. My guide Phil took me to the 5 best bars in the Baltic Triangle in Liverpool. I’ve shared them on this page so you know where to go for drinks when you’re visiting Liverpool.
The Hobo Kiosk is a very unique experience. You go down the stairs and enter a world full of art and friendly people. Almost every spot on the wall is taken by pictures, paintings, statues and other pieces of art. Owners Tristan and Delia take real good care of their guests. It’s a real hidden gem!
The Botanical Garden
The Botanical Garden in the Baltic Triangle has a great outdoor area (hence the name ‘garden’), but it also has a covered area for colder days. Here you’ll find all kinds of furniture in a nice mix. There’s graffiti on the walls and they have dj’s spinning their records ever Friday and Saturday night.
The Baltic Social is a big bar in the Baltic Triangle. It has an industrial look with a wooden floor and wooden benches and some leather seeds. They’re mostly known for their Afternoon Punk Tea, where you get all kinds of bar food like burger sliders on a big plate. But you can also go here for a nice drink in the evening.
Constellations also functions as an event space so it might not always be open to the public. But when it is; it’s a really nice bar to go for a drink in Liverpool. They have a big outdoor area and regularly host live music evenings and Sunday Roasts with resident DJs.
Step back in time at the Baltic Fleet. This 19th century pub has all kinds of maritime decorations and a large mahogany bar. They brew their own ales in the cellar, which you can enjoy by their fire place.
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