Go Gay this Valentine’s Day

Go Gay this Valentine’s Day

Love is all you need, sang The Beatles and that’s something Liverpool stands by. In honour of this, and St Valentine’s Day, we’ve picked some of the city’s best LGBT friendly venues, so you can have a great romantic night in the city, whatever your persuasion.


Baa Bar, Victoria Street, Liverpool
Baa Bar, Victoria Street, Liverpool

One of the Stanley Street Quarter’s newest additions, BaaBar is a well-known brand in Liverpool. A cool basement bar with five booths you can book it’s a great place for a cocktail after dinner, or before you head out. The dance floor will be full to bursting by the time the clock strikes midnight. Grab a Sidecar cocktail or a Strawberry Split (whatever takes your pick) and dance the night away.

Visit baabar.co.uk


puscha-1For those looking for an intimate dining option look no further than Puschka. Family owned and independent, the creative British cuisine is tasty, seasonal and has all the right ingredients for an unforgettable meal. It tends to get booked well in advance so you might need to switch Valentine’s to the day before!

Visit puschka.co.uk


Lisbon 3
In the heart of Liverpool’s gay quarter is the Lisbon. Grade II listed with a impressive, ornate ceiling, the Lisbon is an landmark gay venue in the city and it’s actually really friendly. And a cracking place to stop off and have a drink before dinner. Cask ales to cocktails whatever your tipple they’ll help you out.

Visit thelisbon.co.uk


An award-winning eatery in Liverpool’s Stanley Street Quarter, If you’re looking for an LGBT dinner venue, look no further. With a dedicated Valentine’s menu this year, the restaurant is spreading the celebrations across Saturday and Sunday. There’s jazz in the downstairs bar and plenty of entertainment planned. Or, if you want restaurant food but prefer to stay in, Delifonseca will make your Valentine’s meal for you to collect. Get your orders in now!

Visit delifonseca.co.uk


1979026For those with the stamina to take the party into the small hours, look no further than Garlands. Glamourous, crazy with its own unique ambience Garlands prides itself on being a safe environment for people to be themselves and let their hair down. The venue’s main room presents an eclectic display of their own artwork, including a ‘Room Britannia inspired by Vivienne Westwood and Bedlam. Open until 6am there really is nowhere quite like garlands.

Visit garlandsbedlam.com

Love is all around in Liverpool this weekend.

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Published: 11/02/2016