Great traditional pub located next to Mathew Street. Good quality beers at reasonable prices. Well worth a visit.
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We went to the White Star based on the weight of Tripadvisor reviews. But, to be honest, we felt a tad disappointed. Yes, it is a well preserved old pub, and yes the banquettes feel pretty plush in their red leather effect, and yes there...More
Before starting an eight day holiday in Amsterdam my twin brother Stephen and I decided to have a day out in Liverpool city centre visiting some of the great pubs our city has to offer and The White Star Pub was on our list of...More
Wonderful preserved Victorian Edwardian pub. Lovely and clean , great memorabilia and range of hand pulled beers, small rooms ornate glass and mirrors, loverlynhqnging baskets.
A Victorian Gem in the Cavern quarter a short throw from the Cavern club itself. Behind its red tiled frontage is a feast of red leather, fancy tiling, elaborate wood carving and an impressive collection of White Star Line shipping memorabilia and some Beetles memorabilia...More
This is one of my favourite pubs to visit whenever I visit Liverpool city centre. This is a superb pub,a two roomed pub with a lovely serving bar,the back room is awesome with its amazing amount of paintings on the walls,boxing memorabilia adorns the walls...More
The pub takes its name from The White Star Line, the owners of the Titanic, it has two rooms and lots of atmosphere, a great place to sample real ales. It sits snugly inside the Cavern Quarter and is a haven from all the hustle...More
Right by the Cavern Quarter, this pub has lots of memorabilia on walls, especially boxing & Beatles. Fire in pub. 6 real ales on, friendly staff & customers. Sports TV. 7 ladies loos that were not installed till 1987, no ladies loos before that. Twinned...More
This is a very nice pub for a change , lovely clean seats at the back, but where is the Beatles stuff that it says on the wall out side. The only think we found was a little glass case with a few pics etc...More
We went to this pub because it was the one pub with a Beatles connection in Liverpool that we had never been into. We were there on a Tuesday night and it was very quiet. The staff was very friendly and we had a nice...More