The Baltic Triangle is quickly becoming the place to be in Liverpool, and it’s easy to see why. The quirky and cool district is bursting with bars, restaurants and independent businesses and it’s definitely an Instagrammers’ dream! We’ve put together this handy guide of where to go and what to do in the hidden gem of town.
Whether you’re looking for delicious vegan bites, a juicy meat dish or something gluten free, then the Baltic Market is the place for you. From Italian street food to Korean fusion food, the Baltic Market has something for everyone and it’s all under one roof! This really is a place filled with the best food, the best drink and a great atmosphere. Follow them on Instagram here.
This place is crazy golf with a major twist. Ghetto Golf is an 18-hole golf experience, with delicious cocktails, tasty street food, music from local DJs and some very interesting graffiti artwork. So if you’re looking for something a bit different to do, then head to Ghetto Golf in Cains Brewery. Follow them on Instagram here.
Peaky Blinders Bar
Get your flat caps ready for a 1920’s themed experience. The Peaky Blinders Bar is a must-visit for all fans of the Birmingham-based, Liverpool-filmed gangster TV series. Serving up a selection of fine wines, spirits, cocktails and specially selected beers, the Peaky Blinders Bar is a step back in history. Follow them on Instagram here.
The Baltic Social sits in the heart of the Baltic Triangle, and brings together delicious food, great music and even better drinks. This is a great place for a couple of drinks after uni, a place to see live music, or somewhere to enjoy a Sunday roast. You may want to also check out their famous Punk Afternoon Tea! Follow them on Instagram here.
The Botanical Garden is a hidden gem. If you’re looking for somewhere to chill, enjoy a mouth-watering drink and have a dance, then this is the place for you. The chilled out atmosphere and the outside setting is the place to be when the sun is shining… what more could you want! Follow them on Instagram here.
Camp & Furnace
Located in a large former warehouse, Camp & Furnace acts as a restaurant, bar, music venue and much more. This impressive venue is the birth place of the global phenomenon Bongo’s Bingo, and it also serves up a belter roast dinner on a Sunday. Follow them on Instagram here.
They don’t call the Baltic Triangle the city’s creative district for no reason. Just a quick walk round will show you how the once-industrial streets have been transformed into eye-catching murals for you to enjoy. The famous wings can be found on Jamaica Street, and if you head to Cains Brewery, you’ll see the iconic Beatles Abbey Road artwork. Don’t forget to check out the impressive murals of Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp and Trent Alexander-Arnold, but sorry Everton fans you won’t find any of your players there just yet.
So students, if you do something before you graduate and before you leave the city, be sure to check out the Instagrammer’s dream that is the Baltic Triangle.