The Philharmonic Dining Rooms

36 Hope Street, Liverpool , Liverpool, L1 9BX

  • Philharmonic Liverpool 2013
  • Philharmonic Liverpool 2013

SquareMeal Review of The Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Not quite as famous as The Beatles, but still a legend, this stunning art-nouveau watering hole was built in the late 1800s and takes its name from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall across the road. Inside it’s a riot of mosaic floors, intricate plastered ceilings, stained glass and mahogany partitions, although the star attractions are its outrageous pink-marble gents’ loos (ladies are allowed a peek, if they ask nicely). Aside from ogling the fabulous interior, drinking is the main business at The Phil – so choose from a roster of seasonal ales including the likes of Robinson’s Unicorn, Thwaites Nutty Black or Adnams Lighthouse. There’s also plenty for those who prefer a dram or a glass of wine. If solid sustenance is required, fill up on sticky pork ribs, venison sausages, beef rib pie or fish and chips. A must-visit boozer.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Liverpool Central Station 403m

Liverpool Lime Street Station 682m


Address: 36 Hope Street, Liverpool , Liverpool L1 9BX

Opening times

Mon-Sun 11am-12M

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