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6 Ravishing Rooftop Bars In Liverpool Perfect For A Post-Lockdown Tipple

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer

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Enjoy spectacular views of Liverpool from these rooftop bars.

With restrictions on hospitality gradually easing and British Summer time now here, a rooftop drink is definitely overdue. Here are some of the best rooftop bars in Liverpool for you to book and take in insane views of the city once restrictions are lifted. Warning: we can’t guarantee good weather so bring a coat or blanket because the cold Liverpool weather is not going to stop us from having a drink and a good catch up with friends.

1. Liberté

A magical spot to visit all year round, Liberté boasts some of the best views in the city, such as the Liver Building in the background. This spring and summer you can enjoy luxury lounging on their rooftop, specially created for those warm days. Dine on beautifully presented meals and say cheers to freedom with refreshing cocktails on the UK’s number one rooftop bar, but be quick as slots are selling out super fast.

Liberté, Bentley Building, 50 Brunswick Street,  L2 0PL

2. Garden of Eden at The Shankly Hotel

Well, if we can’t go to Ibiza just yet then let this hotel rooftop take you there with plenty of cocktails to choose from, including passion fruit caipirinhas, and club tunes. The Eden Gin Skybar has three levels, including a VIP section which will feature table service, a pool and jacuzzi, as well as amazing views.

The Shankly Hotel, Millennium House, 60 Victoria Street, L1 6JD

3. Goodness Gracious

The name says it all as goodness gracious, this is a rooftop alright! Oh Me Oh My has reopened its gorgeous roof garden for you to soak in views of the incredible Three Graces. Weather permitting, the rooftop bar is open from 12 noon every day with a new drinks menu, plus the set up is currently walk-ins only, so no need to book!

Oh Me Oh My, West Africa House, 25 Water Street, L2 0RG

4. Matou

We can’t get enough of seeing the iconic Liver Building, but what if we saw it from a different perspective? Up on the rooftop terrace at pan-Asian restaurant, Matou, you can appreciate an amazing view of Pier Head with the building front and centre as you sip on one of their refreshing frozen strawberry daiquiris. Their cocktail menu is extensive, plus their platters or dim sum baskets are the perfect options to share as you catch up with friends.

Matou, 2nd Floor Mersey Ferry Terminal, Georges Parade, Pier Head, L3 1DP

5. FIVE at Seel Street Hotel

Offering another alternative view of the city, FIVE rooftop bar at Seel Street Hotel offers incredible vistas of Liverpool Cathedral on St James’ Mount in the distance. The terrace has a boho chic vibe with wicker chairs, leafy plants and candle lanterns making it a great and comfy setting for future date nights. As for the drinks, FIVE has a dedicated spritz menu- we’ve got our eye on either grapefruit and rose or orange and apricot.

FIVE, 25-27 Seel Street, L1 4AU

6. Pin’s Social Club

The bowling lanes might be closed until further restrictions are lifted from May 17 but the rooftop of Pin’s Social Club is back. This bar on Duke Street serves up refreshing carafes of sangria to share but after the year we’ve all had, we don’t blame you if you order one each. Pin’s Social Club will also be serving up stone baked pizzas if you’re in need of a bite to eat and to soak up that sangria. There’s no need to book your place at the roof as it’s walk-ins only.

Pin’s Social Club, 45 – 61 Duke Street, L1 5AP

[Featured Image: Goodness Gracious, FIVE]

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