LIME STREET, LIVERPOOL CITY CENTRE
Good old traditional boozer which boasts some very smart gothic style architecture. This is a famous Liverpool pub, which has been a part of scouse pub crawl herritage for years (usually the starting point to enjoy the a pint of curiously strong pint of Lowenbrough).
This Liverpool gem is home to many loyal scouse drinkers, but is almost always got a mix of young and old from many backgrounds. The pub also attracts a lot of vistors to the city due its location being on the doorstep of the newly worldwide famous Adelphi Hotel and Lime Street Train Station.
The pub hosts a lot of parties in the back room which are easily crashed
if you get talking to the brithday girl, so put yer best smelly stuff
on and get your arse down there. The back room is also open every Saturday
with a DJ (mostly 70's, 80's, 90's, a bit of dance, and party music).
|TYPICAL LOCALS||Young and old m/f, with a lot of vistiors from out of town|
|OTHER INFO||Tel: 0151 709 3977|
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