They say good things come in small packages, and the phrase couldn’t be more fitting than when paying a visit to Liverpool’s latest opening, The Baltimore. Located in the quaint setting of Baltimore Street, the recently opened bar proves it’s substance over size.
The Baltimore certainly packs a punch on a small scale, with the family-friendly venue offering coffee shop vibes throughout the day and a chilled bar ambience going into the evenings and weekends. Taking bragging rights as possibly the city’s smallest bar, visitors can access the venue just off the cobbled road via Rodney Street and Hardman Street.
The tiny bar is set to be a popular haunt to enjoy a tipple just off the beaten track of the Georgian Quarter, with its black plush leather seating, cosy layout, and white wooden main bar centrepiece embellished with its name. The Baltimore offers a wide selection of beers, with Corona and Bud Light on tap and Camden bottled beers, as well as a vast choice of wines and spirits, plus non-alcoholic drinks.
Visitors to the Baltimore Street bar will be able to wind down and watch live football and major sporting events, plus the venue plans to host live music, quiz nights, and movie nights too. The small venue makes for a perfect spot whatever the occasion may be, whether it’s catching up with friends, a date night spot, or even a place to celebrate a special event as it’s available for private and seats up to 40 people.
Describing The Baltimore, the bar’s general manager, Glynn, said it is “a small cosy venue” which fits into the surrounding areas perfectly. The bar is situated just off from the hustle and bustle of Hardman Street on one end and around the corner from the Sherlock Holmes style setting of Rodney Street on the other end.
“The venue is set across two floors. From the main bar on entering to the upstairs seating area, which is perfect for watching a game, live unplugged gig or for private hire,” added Glynn.
The Baltimore, Baltimore Street, L1 9BE