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The heart of Liverpool's LGBT Community - The urban quarter that's quirky but cultured, diverse yet inclusive and vibrant in a uniquely Liverpool way!There is a vibrant night time economy of bars, pubs and clubs which cater for the lesbian, gay...more
Used to always drink in the pubs around here with my mates when we were in our late teens. Also ate in the Italian restaurants in the area, so it was quite nostalgic to have breakfast in a cafe in Stanley Street and have a...More
Booked the window table which from Mon - Thursday early evening gives 50% off food.
The atmosphere and decor were nice and stylish, and loved the downstairs bar area. The staff were friendly and efficient. For me. the menu was interesting but not enough choice....More
Stanley Street and the surrounding roads form the nearest that Liverpool has to a gay village. There are numerous LGBT friendly pubs, clubs and bars here and they attract a pretty eclectic clientele, especially at weekends. Unfortunately, the reputation of some of the venues has...More
I took my pals here from down south to party the scouser way
The gay areas in Liverpool are getting smaller so choices harder
This area is great
Feels very safe and very friendly to anyone
Worth a visit
This area is nicely marked with the Gay Flag on the street name, but in most Cities and Towns, now the gay scene has changed. Liverpool has always had a Gay Scene going back many years to when gay people used to congregate at pier...More
We have eaten here before and the food is usually very good. We visited on a fairly quiet Tuesday evening. There was one table already seated and one followed after us. We ordered the duck and fondant potato and steak and wedges. We were told...More
I was dropping my daughter off and had some time to kill so had a wander around the Stanley Street Quarter. There are lots of shops, restaurants and bars to visit. You could easily spend a whole afternoon there.
A bit more discreet as Manchester's Canal Street, the Stanley Street Quarter is the centre of Liverpool's LGBT life. It was actually the first Gay District to be officially recognized as an official district of any city in the UK. It's a bit dead during...More