A pub crawl

or should it be called "The uncoordinated pub crawl"?   The pubs are listed below - they should automatically change or click on a number to see the pub...

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The Belvedere Arms

Magic little back street pub!! tucked away but close to the busy restaurant, theatre and concert area of Hope St. This traditional two room Victorian hostelry remains as a bar and lounge, tastefully restored and serving award-winning real ales that were perfectly presented, ciders and European lagers. Two open fire places were very welcoming as were the friendly locals and excellent staff. Very recommended, well worth the visit.

The Philharmonic

One of the finest pubs in the UK once won an award for having the best toilets in the country - a unique award in anyone's language.

Its a proper old traditional english pub but with a bit of grandeur to it as well.

Fly
in the loaf

Costs an arm and a leg but well worth it. The ambience is cosy. The décor is original to say the least

Ever changing Guest Ales make it a fantastic place to enjoy a nice pint.

This has got to be the place to go if you want genuine belgian & german beers

Roscoe
Head

Welcome to a traditional pub with six cask beers always on offer.

The only pub in Merseyside to appear in every edition of 'The Good Beer Guide' since first published.

The Dispensary

The Dispensary has a great atmosphere and tremendous reputation. It serves the full range of Cain's ales and also has an appetizing menu.

Bought by Robert Cains in 1998, and re-invented as a welcoming Victorian style alehouse.

Doctor Duncans

Superb range of Cain's ales. Beautiful oyster bar. Simply one of the very best pubs in Liverpool.

Great view from the front window; the pub looks out on St. George's Hall and Liverpool museum.

Close to Lime Street for those using public transport to get home.

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A Pubcrawl

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Vague plans for a pubcrawl in Liverpool

The idea is to start at the furthest point then progress back towards town in small easy steps....