Peter Kavanagh
2-6 Egerton St
L8 7LY
0151 709 3443.


Mon-Sat 12-12 (Fri/Sat 12-1am), 12-10.30  



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Peter Kavanagh  

The pub is named after the landlord from 1911 to 1950 and is unusualy in this respect as most pubs are named after things. The pub built in the 19th century, still has original interiors and the original 1920s tile work outside. There are steps to enter this pub, so a wheelchair user will not be able to gain access. The narrow corridor leads to the bar in the middle of the pub. Before you get there you pass the snug - though on my visit should be called the fug as the smoke was thick with only three people in there. The bar is not big, but a standing area with stools makes it bearable. To the left is a large room with split level seating. The seating is leather style benches all round the walls with round metal covered tables and cushioned stools. The walls are decked out with all kinds of memorabilia, inluding bikes and old radios hanging from the ceiling. Pictures adorn the walls, but we could discern no pattern to them. The raised seating area has a low ceiling. The back room has real fire and similar seating but the tables are original, patented by Kavanagh himself - not the shelf for packages. Also worth looking for are the murals and the stained glass.

Not busy during the day, you are assured of a seat, but it can get busy of an evening. A small TV shows sport. Food is served only on Sunday from 12-4.



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beer, food, beer garden, real fire, music, real cider, train 


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