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All reviews table service knock on the door speak easy bar snacks drinks menu hidden bar prohibition style live pianist knowledgeable bar staff quirky place amazing cocktails fantastic bar saturday night great atmosphere step back in time speakeasy doorman
Had tried to find/get a visit to this very special place on a number of visits to the City.
Having finally got there it did not disappoint. The service was excellent from the minute we were greeted on arrival.
The drinks were magical. For gin...More
Don’t go for a gin and tonic. They are hopeless. The tiny bottle of tonic is not even given as ‘they would have to charge for it’! I did think this is what bars did. Tiny glass as this is what they had in prohibition...More
Hidden and secret bars are very popular, partly due to the feeling you are drinking in a unique venue that not everyone can find. You become special.
This is a charming one. Unannounced, behind a featureless black shop frontage, once you make your way through...More
A friend said we should try, and good advice. The Speakeasy style starts at the front door which is plain black and bland (as is another shop about 50 yard down the road, which we inadvertently tried, er not a good idea). Lovely atmosphere inside,...More
This was on our list of quirky cocktail bars when we visited liverpool and we werent disappointed.I did have to ask a passer by where it was as we walked passed it twice being a blacked out shop but that added to its charm.we did...More
Amazing little hidden gem! Felt like we’d gone back in time! The staff were so friendly and the cocktails were reasonably priced! The cocktails themselves are very unique and long drinks (they’re strong). Some have an acquired flavour, but for the atmosphere it’s worth trying...More
Berry & Rye was recommended to us not only by trip advisor but our waitress at dinner. We absolutely loved the 'secret' entrance and prohibition era feel to the welcome. We were shown to some bar stools, and later took a booth. The decor is...More
I was in Liverpool the weekend just gone with my sister for my birthday. We went bar hopping and decided to see if we could find any secret bars (it was something we had talked about before). I read good reviews about this place so...More
Response from Ruslanovich | Reviewed this property |
Yes of course, it's very family friendly. In fact when me and my friend visited there was a small kids party. It's quite versatile, there were people having what looked like a business meeting, a casual catch up and as I... More
Yes of course, it's very family friendly. In fact when me and my friend visited there was a small kids party. It's quite versatile, there were people having what looked like a business meeting, a casual catch up and as I mentioned a kids party as well.