One of the best nightlife in England (rated the best in 2011, but that’s a little while ago), Liverpool has a lot of nightclubs, pubs, live music venues, etc in many different districts.
Concert Square, St. Peter's Square and the adjoining Seel, Duke and Hardman Streets are home to some of Liverpool's largest and most famed nightclubs including Alma de Cuba, Blue Angel, Bumper, Chibuku, Heebie Jeebies, Korova, The Krazyhouse, The Magnet, Nation (home of the Cream brand, and Medication, the UK's largest and longest running weekly student event), Popworld as well as countless other smaller establishments and chain bars.
Another popular nightlife destination in the city centre is Mathew Street and the Gay Quarter, located close to the city's commercial district, this area is famed for The Cavern Club alongside numerous gay bars including Garlands and G-Bar.
The Albert Dock and Lark Lane in Aigburth also contain an abundance of bars and late night venues.
The Cavern Club – Most known by where the Beatles started their career, the place is a typical Englsh pub and it has been around since 1957.
Krazyhouse – situated in the heart of Liverpool, this is one of the best nightclubs in town. With 3 floors, all playing different music styles, Krazyhouse is usually frequented by students and tourists.
Zanzibar Club – a club for people who enjoy live music! You will find different bands playing every night; normally these bands are not famous outside of the Liverpool and sometimes England. This is a place to discover new talent!
Gustavo Cunha from StayPlanet