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Served one day but not the next despite people being in the pub & pub being open.
Quite disappointed as it is a nice pub to come to.
4 nice real ales from my previous day’s visit.
The atmosphere then was friendlier with the staff...More
Before starting a weeks holiday in Wroclaw my twin brother Stephen and I decided to jump the train down from Kirkby to Liverpool city centre to visit the amazing pubs our city has to offer and a short walk brought us in the Georgian Quarter...More
Out of the way on a side street (off Falkner Street).
Nice little traditional pub with a good range of decent beers.
Busy, but the staff were very friendly and we (an "elderly" couple) didn't feel frozen out by the locals. The sort of tranquil...More
What an amazing pub. Hidden gem in Liverpool. Fabulous beers. We were told they did great pork pies, no menu or sign, but yes they do. Huge ones and the best I have ever tasted. Wonderful place to while away a chilled weekend afternoon
Nice old backstreet pub which is clearly a favourite of locals. Good ale, friendly and knowledgeable down to earth bar staff and good prices. This old pub has interesting decor in an understated way. Well worth a visit.
A little hidden pub with a great range of gins and some interesting ales ,the interior is divided up int small cozy rooms with lots of old fashioned bar furniture and various mirrors with brewing themes . well worth a visit on a quiet day...More
Before starting an eight day holiday to Madrid my twin brother Stephen and I decided to have a day out in Liverpool visiting some of the great pubs and bars our city has to offer and The Belvedere Arms Pub was at the very top...More
I totally loved this place. Great craft beers, great snug, and locals super friendly to us. The only wobble was the first barman who rather irritatingly was dismissive of their little "gin-nasium" and we were embarrassed by his behaviour as we had been told that...More