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Ship and Mitre
133 Dale Street
Liverpool
Merseyside
L2 2JH
0151 236 0859
dave@shipandmitre.com
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Opern all day  


 

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Ship and Mitre  

The Ship is on the corner of Dale Street and North Street, not far from the Queensway Tunnel entrance. You can walk to it from Lime St station easily, but not necessarily back from it after a good night.

This is probably the premier real ale pub in Liverpool at the moment. It serves twelve real ales and a selection of both real cider and European beers on draught. The prices have to be seen to be believed. Anyone from the South will buy a house in Liverpool immediately to enjoy the crazy prices and the relaxed atmosphere.

From the outside, it has the look of a corner bank - unfortunately there are steps to get in/out and no disable facilities.

The pub is comfortably decorated with an island bar and gas lighting. There are two drinking areas, both with a nautical flavour. The rear has half booths and raised area with sports TV, while the front also has raised areas and subdued lighting to encourage conversation.

The beer is always well kept and has up to twelve guest ales on plus cider and foreign draught beer. They also hold regular beer festivals.

Food is served 12-2pm and 5-9pm daily and is basic but wholesome and filling.

There is no accommodation here.

Well worth a stop if you are in the area as it is close to Dr Duncan's and the Vernon Arms.

Close to LJM university so full of students by day.


 

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beer, food, no smoking, music, real cider, vegetarian, train 

 

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Beers:

up to 12 ales
plus continental beer.
 


 

Accommodation: 

Travelodge Liverpool Central
25 Old Haymarket
Liverpool, , L1 6ER
(0)870 191 1656


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