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The Baltic Triangle is one of Liverpool’s rough diamonds that has seen the true entrepreneurial spirit of Liverpool use the area’s weakness to transform it into one of its strengths. During the day, the area is home to the creative industries, where the creative brains of the city work from small but stylish offices. The ping pong tables and beanie bags may suggest a relaxed working environment, but their awards say otherwise.

It is during the night, however, when the area really comes to life in the former warehouses that have been injected with a new burst of life. There may be a new purpose for the old warehouses, however, their interiors are a stark reminder of their industrial past, the type of interiors that may have needed a refurbishment several years ago, but now, are considered to be chic enough to be left well alone.

Home to the coolest venues, bars and entertainment complexes, the Cultural Quarter attracts both residents and visitors of all ages, adding to its unique atmosphere. It may be a little further away from the centre of the city, but that is exactly part of the charm that attracts people to the Cultural Quarter. 

Its casually-dressed guests create a friendly atmosphere where everybody is out to enjoy the evening and all the buzz that comes with partying in the coolest of venues. 

Five Quick Facts

1 Cain’s Brewery Village, which is now the home of the Baltic Market, Peaky Blinders and On Air, was once simply referred to as ‘Cain’s Brewery’, founded in 1858 by the same man who owned the Philharmonic Dining Rooms.  2 As a port, Liverpool welcomed people from across the world. In the Baltic Triangle, visitors will find the Gustav Adolf Church, purposely built for the Scandinavian emigrants to worship when stopping over in Liverpool. 3 China Town, on Nelson Street, is home to Europe’s oldest Chinese community and has many Chinese restaurants and businesses that line the street. Even street names appear in Chinese! 4 So popular is Johnny Bongo’s Bingo, based in Camp & Furnace is that they now host events across the world including Australia and Ibiza.   5 The original Chinatown settlement was located at Liverpool docks, however, after heavy bombing during World War Two, the residents were forced to relocate in the shadows of the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, where it still stands today.

Bars & Event Spaces

The Baltic Social

The Baltic Social, situated inside elevator studios prides itself on a relaxed atmosphere serving up tasty food from morning until night, championing locally sourced ingredients with local craft beers & gins. Alongside the regular menu The Baltic is most well known for the Punk Afternoon Tea, a quirky twist on the classic high tea with cocktail teapots and tiny big macs & Oreo brownies. Along with local food & drink you will also find local music here, be it a singer, DJ or very well put together playlist, the venue provides the perfect back drop for the lone traveller or large celebratory group!

Address - The Baltic Social, ​27 Parliament St, Liverpool, L8 5RN

Telephone - 0151 707 1137

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Black Pearl

Hidden behind the industrial walls of the Cultural Quarter's warehouses, the Black Pearl is quite literally a hidden gem. For as soon as guests enter its doors, they are greeted by an interior so luxurious that it almost seems surreal, transported straight into a scene of Arabian Nights meets Treasure Island.

Long tables are framed with luxurious Fauteuil chairs and candelabras act as a centrepiece to the show. Rattan Pods are dotted around the edge of the room, filled with cushions 


Address -  Black Pearl, Stanhope St, Liverpool L8 5RE

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The Baltic Market

From the brains behind the super popular Liverpool Independent, the Baltic Market has brought a whole new dimension to the Baltic Triangle and actually, to the city as a whole. With music, communal dining tables and a variety of food stalls, this is the perfect place to enjoy drinks with friends, who may not share the same culinary tastes. It may only be open four days a week, but it is so popular that it is never short of guests or atmosphere.

Address - Baltic Market, 107 Stanhope St, Liverpool, L8 5RE

Telephone - 07539328482

Social Media - Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Peaky Blinders

For those who are fans of the iconic television series, the Peaky Blinders bar is one of the most vibrant and entertaining places in Liverpool. It begins with friendly doormen who are dressed as their television counterparts, setting the scene for a night that guests won’t forget. Once inside, the live bands and drinks flowing…

Address - Peaky Blinders Bar, Cains Brewery Village, Stanhope St, Liverpool, L8 5XJ

Telephone - 0151 294 4440

Social Media - Facebook | Instagram | Twitter 

On Air

Given the fact that Liverpool is fast becoming one of the most popular locations to film in the country, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that there is a bar inspired by a movie set. However, walking into a bar that has 60ft high film sets dominating its interior, it is safe to say that ON AIR is good at surprises. With regular music events, ON AIR takes you back to Liverpool’s musical heyday. 

Address - ON AIR, Cain’s Brewery Village, Stanhope Street, Liverpool, L8 5XJ

Social Media - Facebook | Instagram
 

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