Liverpool Pub Guide
The Albert Pub (Walton Breck Road) – Right next to the Kop, always worth a visit for its great atmosphere and singing after good victories. Can be very packed though and it is worth getting in early after matches. Crammed full of football memorabilia from past teams, visitors and various clubs around the world.
The Sandon Pub (178-182 Oakfield Road) – Once owned by John Houlding, who helped found both Everton and Liverpool FC, the Sandon lies a bit further down Walton Breck Road and is a very large pub. It has many big rooms and a large TV screen for live football in the back room. Just as busy as the Albert.
The Park (Walton Breck Road) – On the opposite side of the road to the Albert and just as busy, the Park is a noisy and packed pub.
Sam Dodd’s Wine Bar (Walton Breck Road) – Good food and beer, as well as wine, it is owned by the same people as the Sandon and is home to some hardcore home and away regulars.
The Arkles – Normally a pub for away fans due to its closeness to the Anfield Road End, The Arkles is always very busy and does also have many loyal Liverpool fan regulars.
Cabbage Hall (At the top of Breck Road) – Not too far away from the ground and not too close to be busy, the Cabbage is a popular pub. With a large screen and a good relaxed feel for pre or post match beers, it is highly recommended by Liverpool fans. It also has good, quick service.
The King Charles (69 Grasmere Street) – 5 minutes walk from the ground but not as busy and you can get to the bar.
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