Pubs in Liverpool for Paddy's Day
Egerton Street. Peter Kavanagh's Irish Pub is a real gem of a pub, and one I never hesitate to recommend to visitors, particularly for the Paddy's Day weekend celebrations!! Originally the premises were just the end building on Egerton Street but over the years it has expanded to take in a couple of the adjoining houses, all the more space to get merry and paint the walls completely green this St Patrick's Day. Some o'the Irish that can't swim live in da'poole!!
Dale St. The Ship and Mitre is known to many as Merseyside's Premier Real Ale pub. Liverpool CAMRA Pub Of The Year in 2009. An original 1930's Art Deco building, the interior has been changed to resemble that of a ship. Get drunk on Paddy's Day and sail away with me honey!!
Hope Street. Dazzling and flamboyant, Philharmonic Dining Rooms known as 'the most ornate pub in England' shortened to 'The Phil', named after Philharmonic Hall opposite.Completed 1900, it is a showpiece in the style of a gentlemen's club. Check out the men's loos there this Paddy's Day - stunning!!
Albert Dock. The Pumphouse is great British Pub serving great British Food. Pub classics such as Suffolk Pork Sausages and West Country Cheddar mash, Fish & Chips and Gourmet Burgers. Pop in for a good few pints of Guiness this Paddy's Day, you'll meet more Irish there than in Ireland!!