When you’re looking to relax with something that’s a little different than the routine, Liverpool has several options to bring you that well-earned pint or cheeky cocktail. This city has a vibrant bar scene and plenty of watering holes to satisfy tourists and locals alike.
When you’re in Liverpool, head over to some of these rooftop and secret bars that will make your regular haunt look ordinary.
1.Oh Me Oh My
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This is one of the most popular places in Liverpool. Oh Me Oh My boasts the accolade of being both a rooftop and a secret bar. Located in West Africa House, this secret bar is one of the city’s finest, with its daytime Parisian-style café being a must-visit. Its rooftop bar, Goodness Gracious, offers stunning views of the Royal Liver Building and beyond. Don’t forget to wear sunscreen if you’re visiting here during the day!
2. Carpathia Champagne Bar
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Taking its name from RMS Carpathia, the Titanic rescue ship, Carpathia Champagne Bar is perfect for those looking to have some relaxing time with their loved ones. Offering fine dining aplenty in its first-class restaurant, it also has skyline bar that is perfect for a cocktail or a glass of the fizzy stuff. Make sure you catch the sunset while you’re here.
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Way more than just a rooftop bar, HUS is a creative, straightforward concept. The word ‘Hus’ is translated from Swedish, meaning ‘house’, which is quite handy because one feels right at home at this place. With its Nordic furniture, HUS boasts a bar, kitchen, various event spaces, meeting rooms and, of course, that all-important rooftop terrace with stunning views of the city. Head here after a long day in the city.
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Located in Liverpool’s party district Seel Street, 81Ltd is somewhat of a chilled retreat from the clubs around it. Planning to visit this chic cocktail bar? It’s by appointment only. So you’ll need to text the phone number on the website on the day of your visit, inform them of the party size and await the response with a code you’ll need to punch in at the entrance. Friendly faces and an impressive cocktail list awaits your efforts..
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One of the most secret bars in the north-west, Ex-Directory really makes you work to find them. Once you’ve discovered the cryptic clues to their location, found the red phone box, and got your hands on their secret phone number, you’ll gain access to a cocktail bar unlike any other. Expect the most unique drinks from Ex-Directory’s mixologists in Liverpool’s most elusive bar. This is one place you just have to visit when you’re in this amazing city.
6. Berry & Rye
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If you’re seeking this bar, then you will really have to pay attention or you’re likely to miss it! Berry & Rye is a confidential speakeasy bar which lies behind a plain black door on Berry Street. As with all secret bars, there are quirks; here, you’ll have to look a little harder than usual for the drinks menu, which can be found within the pages of the books on its shelves. Berry & Rye is the perfect place to hang out after an eventful day in Liverpool.
There are so many great bars and restaurants that you can enjoy when you’re in Liverpool. These rooftop and secret bars are sure to provide you with a lot of thrills during your stay. Make your visit even more enjoyable by staying at FM Living serviced apartments, in the heart of Liverpool’s business and leisure district. Discover these tiny gems in the city, by setting up base in our luxurious apartments which provide affordable, yet classy stays. Reserve your room today.