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Jacaranda records - a distinctly unique concept that combines vinyl, coffee and cake! With Vinyl record players sunk into the tables you can listen to a huge range of music whilst you enjoy our incredible range of cocktails and hot drinks selection...more
Went to The Jacaranda to see a band which was playing on Sunday evening in the basement. It's such a quirky place to visit and the basement has its own bar and i believe only fits in a certain amount of people so you get...More
We were thirsty after late night Christmas shopping so decided to call in for a quick drink before heading home. It was still relatively early but it was busy, still we managed to get a table upstairs. Just had the one drink each, very nice....More
This is purely a review of my experience of the record shop upstairs, not the bar, which I didn't go in.
I was visiting Liverpool for the first time and was quite looking forward to going to this unique record shop. So I went at...More
It’s a cool bar inside, it plays good mainstream indie music. I found one of the male bartenders on the ground floor really rude (I’m not saying all of them are, just this 1). I was buying 2 tequila shots for me and a girl-friend...More
This was the highlight of my trip to Liverpool. What a supercool pub! In addition to having the best atmosphere and lots of beer they had listening stations with turntables on the freaking tables! yes! What could be more fun than grabbing some beer and...More
I was not aware that the mighty Beatles had played here before they even went to Hamburg and started to make it big.
The young woman at your hotel, the Nadler, spitting distance from this establishment, told me a little about it.
The young bartender...More
The Jacaranda is a revelation. It's a combined bar and live venue of course made famous by the swinging sixties Merseybeat and the Beatles connections. Haven't been this way for years and stumbled across it by chance whilst I was in the city for the...More
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there is very limited parking in Liverpool city centre. it is pedestrianised. there are many multi storied car parks .best to use one of these. I walk to the jack anytime I go there so I'm not sure if there is any... More
there is very limited parking in Liverpool city centre. it is pedestrianised. there are many multi storied car parks .best to use one of these. I walk to the jack anytime I go there so I'm not sure if there is any parking at all in the area around it.