The street made its fame during the early sixties when the Beatles were making a name for themselves. They played a total of 292 concerts at The Cavern before moving away from Liverpool. By that time however, Mathew street became the centre of music in the city and still holds a very good reputation to this day.
The Cavern Club sees a live Beatles tribute every Saturday night, as well as live music 7 days a week from 2pm onwards. Other bars and clubs such as Lennon’s Bar and Rubber Soul offer even more to enjoy at one of the city’s busiest areas for nightlife.
The vibrance and spirit the Beatles brought to the city all those years ago still lives on today in Mathew Street. You can get right up close to the action from our Mathew apartments as well, just 30 yards from the Cavern Club doorstep, and with all of our properties just a short distance away, you’re sure to get home after a fantastic night out.
Since 2012, the Baltic Triangle has seen £128 million of investment, which has transformed it from the mostly abandoned warehouses into a fantastic place to enjoy a night out.
Visit the Baltic Market to start your night off with a fantastic selection of food stalls. They sell everything from Vietnamese to Italian and the big converted warehouse provides a fantastic atmosphere for a lot of people. You could also perhaps go to Ghetto Golf, only £10 for an 18-hole course as well as a heated outdoor bar area and a line-up of local DJs.
Constellations is another brilliant bar, with an urban garden, live music venue and an exhibition space. And the jewel of the Baltic Triangle is Camp and Furnace, with open log fires and vintage caravans making it one of trendiest places to have a drink in the country.
The fashionable area is just down the road from our Duke Street and Knight Street luxury apartments, plus just a cheap taxi ride from our other properties. It is an amazing night out that offers something a bit different – you would not regret the visit.
The square is one of the liveliest nightlife spots in Liverpool, with a wide variety of pubs, clubs and bars in a small area. The Lime Kiln is a branch of Wetherspoons but gives a much more exciting vibe than a typica pub – it even converts part of it to a dancefloor on weekends.
The main square area is covered in outdoor seating for Modo and Soho. Shisha pipes are popular here and can be ordered to the table as well as drinks from surrounding bars.
It fun doesn’t stop there either, with a huge selection of clubs and pubs such as Einstein, Coyote Ugly and Baa Bar as well as McCooleys and Boston Pool Loft. All provide slightly different experiences for you and your friends. Whether you enjoy live music, live sport, top DJs or even a casual game of pool, there is something for everyone in Concert Square.
The square is central to all of our properties, situated just off Bold Street. It surrounded by other things to do as well and is just a short stroll from Liverpool Central Station. The place is always bustling with people, especially stag and hen parties, so why not join in on the action?
Bold Street has always been one of Liverpool's most iconic thoroughfares. The Newington Temple sits proudly on the intersection of Bold Street and Renshaw Street and offers boiler plate rock and roll, the worlds best juke and dancing.
Bold Street is home to countless great street food restaurants, boutique shops and bars and is renowned for its boho and cosmopolitan feel. The Newington, tucked away but close enough to step in is Bold Streets bijou pub, known for a great beer selection, killer cocktails and wines and of course music with a changing but always hip, best juke box in the city, regular DJ's and stripped down live performances.