Best Bars In The Baltic Triangle Area Of Liverpool, London

Photo of Kelly Bradshaw
9 February 2017

Once one of the busiest port cities in the world, the Baltic Triangle was recently further developed by creative businesses and is now home to Liverpool’s most popular new venues. Here are the best bars in the Baltic Triangle.

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Baltic Fleet

Pub, Bar, Craft Ale Bar, British, Pub Grub

Built in the 19th century, this historic bar made of mahogany provides a cosy and inviting feel with its open fire and cellar-brewed ales. Baltic Fleet is Liverpool’s only microbrewery that brews beneath your feet. The bar offers an intriguing selection of beers such as the stout, which has a hint of coffee and bitter chocolate, as well as freshly prepared food on a daily basis. You’ll feel right at home in this traditional and charming bar atmosphere.

Kitchen Street Pop Up

Bar, British
Baltic Triangle Liverpool
Baltic Triangle Liverpool | © Oneterry Aka Terry Kearney/Flickr
Situated on the edge of the Baltic creative quarter, Kitchen Street Pop Up is a lively venue which was previously an old workshop space. This converted bar is bursting with action and hosts a series of exciting events throughout the year. Despite being smaller than most venues in the Baltic Triangle, Kitchen Street Pop Up is by no means lacking in its choice of music, selection of drinks, and its bustling atmosphere. For a night bursting with fabulous culture and entertainment, look no further than Kitchen Street Pop Up.


Bar, Nightclub, British
A bar and nightclub popular with students, Haus is one of the most frequently used warehouse spaces in the Baltic Triangle. Haus hosts a generous variety of electronic music events throughout the year, and has been known to hold a series of huge parties holding a high reputation with partygoers. Described as the ideal set up, each event allows you to experience an extraordinary atmosphere, which added to Haus’ incredible variety of entertainment, makes every one a night to remember.


Concert Hall, Music Venue, Building
Liverpool Nightlife
Liverpool Nightlife | El Bollock/WikiCommons
A former recycling yard, Constellations can be found near a hidden garden space, which gives it a somewhat secretive and exclusive feel. Offering a festival experience in the heart of the city, the bar does not simply offer drinks. It also hosts a variety of exciting events throughout the year, and offers a varied selection of workshops, from drumming to martial arts. From relaxing live music events to early morning raves, Constellations is sure to satisfy the partygoer’s needs.

Camp and Furnace

Concert Hall, Music Venue, Building
The Anfield Wrap Awards at Camp and Furnace
The Anfield Wrap Awards at Camp and Furnace | © Rebecca Boardman/Flickr
An incredibly varied space comprising huge festivals, intimate performances, sports screenings, and a vast selection of food and drink menus, Camp and Furnace covers an entire city block. Originally an industrial blade-making factory, this historical bar not only provides an exciting atmosphere, but is also available for hire throughout the year. It has previously been used for exhibitions, fashion shows, weddings and private parties, proving it’s nothing if not a versatile venue.


Concert Hall, Music Venue, Building
The All at District Liverpool
The All at District Liverpool | © KatieHolliday/Flickr
The first venue to open in the Baltic Triangle, District can be found in a warehouse shed, and has a large and varied drinks menu. Offering a pleasant outdoor space and a selection of live acts, District also has an event schedule packed with gigs, club nights and even film screenings. Described as the best live sound in Liverpool, the bar offers an incredibly energised and stimulating atmosphere.

24 Kitchen Street

Presenting an attractive DIY design approach, this historical building not only offers a generous selection of drinks, but it also provides electronic music, arts, and a recently opened gallery. Once a Victorian industrial building, 24 Kitchen Street has been described as one of the most exciting new venues in Liverpool due to its regular hosting of club nights, poetry workshops and performance art events.

24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, +44 7801 982583

The Baltic Social

Restaurant, Bar, British, Cocktails, Wine, Beer, $$$
The Baltic Social, Liverpool
The Baltic Social, Liverpool | © Ian T/WikiCommons
A great place for a social gathering, The Baltic Social is renowned for its passion for high-quality craft beer, homely food, and an intriguing selection of punk music. Described as rather quirky and hipster, this bar offers an atmosphere unlike many other venues in Liverpool. The Baltic Social is also known for its enticing food dishes, such as halloumi, chickpea fritters and sweet potato sticks wrapped in smoked bacon. Providing unforgettable experiences, The Baltic Social also hosts a variety of music events throughout the year, making it a perfect all-rounder.

Unit 51

Bar, Cafe, Coffee, Tea , Fast Food, Vegetarian
Unit 51
Unit 51 | © SteHLiverpool/Flickr
A quaint bar and coffee shop situated in the heart of Liverpool’s creative quarter, Unit 51 has high-quality food, drinks and a relaxed atmosphere ideal for small get-togethers. Hosting a series of regular exciting events and art exhibitions, Unit 51 produces a perfect creative community. Displaying a simplistic yet inviting atmosphere with its wooden seating areas, chalk boards, and huge glass windows, Unit 51 provides an incredibly welcoming and comforting environment.

The Garage

Bar, British
Described as Liverpool’s new venue for outstanding music events, The Garage features one of the greatest sound systems in the city, making it a perfect night to listen to an exceptionally high quality of music. Hosting a series of events throughout the year, The Garage boasts DJs from a series of different backgrounds, adding a varied sense of culture to the place. Open until the early hours of the morning, this underground bar provides a truly unforgettable party experience.

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