"It's the place to be seen and is a hotspot for local stars - Newz Bar"

Looking for: Yesteryear charm

Head to: The Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Affectionately known locally as 'The Phil', this is regarded as one of the UK's most impressive and ornate pubs. A Grade II listed building, the Philharmonic Dining Rooms were designed in 1900 to cater for the popular Philharmonic Hall nearby. Today, you can still enjoy the majesty of its tiled floors, Corinthian pillars, mosaic bars and stained glass windows over a pint of real ale. It's even said that John Lennon once lamented that the biggest drawback of his fame was not being able to enjoy 'a drink at the Phil'.

Info: nicholsonspubs.co.uk/thephilharmonicdiningroomsliverpool

Looking for: Starry action

Head to: The Newz Bar

If you're looking for a glam night out with plenty of celebrity-spotting opportunities, head to The Newz Bar at the heart of the city centre on Water Street. One of Liverpool's glitziest offerings, it's the place to be seen and is a hotspot for local stars, from WAGS to the Hollyoaks cast. With one of the longest bars in Europe, you shouldn't have to wait too long for your champers, either.

Info: thenewzbar.com

 Looking for: Ale and atmosphere

Head to: The Grapes

A favourite haunt of The Beatles in the early days (since, back then, The Cavern Club didn't serve alcohol), The Grapes on Matthew Street is a proper pub with buckets of atmosphere. With a mini-shrine to the Fab Four in the back room - including a photo of the boys drinking in the very same room - and loads of memorabilia, it's a must-visit for any fan.

Info: liverpool0151.co.uk/grapes

Looking for: Some serious dancing

Head to: Cream at Nation

Since its inception in 1992, Cream has grown from a regular Liverpudlian club night to worldwide brand, with a record label, festival and Ibiza club nights to its name. The Cream events still take place at Nation nightclub on Wolstenholme Square several times a year and are still the city's best bet for an all-nighter on the dancefloor. Expect your ears to ring.

Info: cream.co.uk

Looking for: Cocktails in style

Head to: Alma de Cuba

Exuding Latin American charm, Alma de Cuba is situated in a former Catholic church on Seel Street. Boasting gorgeous interiors and more atmosphere than you can shake your hips at, this is a party night like no other in Liverpool. Cocktails flow freely, and with regular carnival-themed nights every Friday and Saturday (complete with costumed dancers and petal showers) this is the place to head for a decadent evening.

Info: alma-de-cuba.com

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