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Exploring Liverpool - Baltic Triangle


Exploring Liverpool - Baltic Triangle

By sophiebk 14 Aug 2019

The Baltic is one of the most exciting and fast growing areas of Liverpool, home to a number of digital and creative businesses and a whole host of unique social spaces. Unlike other cultural quarters of Liverpool, the Baltic is not polished and prepared; it’s raw, it’s organic and it’s exciting and that is just one of the reasons it was named #1 on the Times’ ‘Coolest places to live in Britain’. We've listed our favourite spaces to eat and drink below...



Brunch? Cocktails? Small Plates? Planning an event? Siren can do it all, and it does it all really well! With an emphasis on fresh, seasonal, homemade food, and offering vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, there's something for everyone.

Unit 51

Fronting the Baltic Creative campus, Unit 51 is one of the areas popular communal hubs. Baltic Creative is a multi-purpose venue hosting exhibitions, work spaces, acoustic live sessions and film nights as well as much more. 

Coffee and Fandisha

This place is beautiful inside and out, much more than just your high street coffeehouse! The idea of Coffee & Fandisha stems from the traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony where freshly brewed coffee is served alongside popcorn and other little bits and pieces. The ‘yellow wall’ inside showcases the work of local creatives too!

Baltic Market

We’re pretty sure this one needs no introduction, but if you’re new to the city you may not be familiar with the super successful Baltic Market, Liverpool’s first street food market. The restaurants available change regularly and usually feature some of the cities favourites such as LittleFurnace, Halfa Hafla and Midnight Delivery at the moment!

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Really delicious food and a stunning roof terrace, Dockleaf is a bit of a hidden gem just opposite the gigantic Baltic Market. They have a super popular Sunday Roast club and are also available to hire if you’re planning a party!

Baltic Social

Famous for their ginormous Punk Afternoon Teas, and the infamous Elevator Studios that share the same building, Baltic Social is a staple of the area. They have a great menu on offer, chilled vibe and live music in the evening is a regular addition.


24 Kitchen Street

One of Liverpool's most cutting edge venues hosting fiercely inventive club nights including Hot Plate and The Wonder Pot. The small courtyard is an absolute sun trap as the nights get warmer and it’s always a guaranteed good time.

Camp and Furnace 

One of the biggest and best known spaces in the area, there’s still a lot of fun to be had with this main stay of the Baltic. Home of a whole host of fun events including footy fan parks, themed nights (think Spice Girls vs Destiny’s Child) and quizzes to get involved in!


Bar, live music venue, exhibition space and cracking sun trap – Constellations has it all! There’s always exciting events being hosted here, especially when the weather gets good, so make sure you stay in the loop.


Continuing the spirit of Liverpool's famous club The Picket, the District warehouse is home to a troupe of artists and musicians and is regularly used for offbeat live events. 

Ghetto Golf

If you haven’t already tried this place, you’re missing out! A cocktail bar with a crazy golf course GG offers a fun packed evening with a group of mates in a super instagrammable setting. Standard entry is just a tenner and then you’re right in the centre of the Baltic to continue your night!

If you haven't already been, we definitely recommend a trip to the Baltic ... find out more about our other recommendations around the City here.