Castle Street Townhouse, Liverpool

Castle Street Townhouse, Liverpool - Female Original

Castle Street is probably my favourite part of Liverpool City Centre to visit. It just seems to have everything that you could ask for, food and drink wise, all in one place. Whether you’re looking to have a gin-making experience at the Liverpool Gin Distillery, treat yourself to a wood-fired pizza from Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza or explore incredible Italian-style tapas dishes at Salthouse Bacaro, Castle Street has it all. If there’s one venue that sums up Castle Street then it has to be Castle Street Townhouse.

25-27 Castle St, Liverpool, L2 4TA

Going off the title alone, it isn’t exactly clear what Castle Street Townhouse could be. A restaurant? Bar? An actual house? It could be anything. But, if you know me, you know that I love a) a prosecco, gin or wine (just a great drink in general will do really) and b) amazing food. Put the two together and you have Castle Street Townhouse. Located on Castle Street in Liverpool, they offer food, drinks and live music throughout the week. Their weekly events include Wine Wednesday, Fizz Friday and a Sunday Roast with live music. Now, I have to admit I am yet to try the food, but it has become somewhat of a local drinking spot for me in Liverpool City Centre.

A well stocked bar with a mirrored background. Castle Street Townhouse, Liverpool - Female Original

Castle Street Townhouse, Liverpool: The Venue

One of my favourite things about the venue has to be the decor. Around the bar area are large, floor-to-ceiling beams with circular tables around them. Which is a design feature that I absolutely love. It adds a slightly casual vibe to the space and is ideal if you don’t want to sit at the bar or have a table for dining. Plus, it reminds me of something that you’d find in a classic Spanish tapas bar. The bar itself is a pretty spectacular standout feature as well. The fact that it’s fully stocked with all of my favourite gins is just a bonus.

A balloon glass of Hendricks Gin and Fever Tree tonic and a pint glass of Goose Island IPA sitting on a marble bar. Castle Street Townhouse, Liverpool - Female Original

What’s my go to order?

Well, as I said, Castle Street Townhouse is very much a drinks-only venue for me. Although I love great food, I’m not big on dining out. So, whilst I’ve heard that the food there is absolutely incredible, it isn’t the reason why it’s one of my favourite Liverpool venues. For me, it’s all about the drinks and the vibes. What do I order when I’m there you ask? It’s got to be a classic Hendricks Gin and Fever Tree Tonic. And man do Castle Street Townhouse serve a great G&T.

A balloon glass of Hendricks Gin Fever Tree tonic sitting on a marble bar. Castle Street Townhouse, Liverpool - Female Original

I have a bit of theory that you can tell a lot about a venue from the way that they serve a G&T. From the range of gins they have in stock, to the glass it comes in to the final touch of the garnish they choose to pair it with. It really does say a lot about a venue. So when Hendricks is in stock, the drink is served in a balloon glass and it’s garnished with ribbons of cucumber…you’re onto a winner. Castle Street Townhouse absolutely nail it.

Have you visited Castle Street Townhouse before? What did you think of it? If you’re planning a trip to the city centre anytime soon then I’d definitely recommend you give it a visit yourself.

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38 thoughts on “Castle Street Townhouse, Liverpool

  1. Ooh, I’ve never heard of this place but it looks like a hidden gem! Thanks for sharing – I’ll add to my list to visit!

    Rhianna x

  2. This place looks lovely, I’d love to check it out when I’m back home at Easter. I really enjoy your Liverpool posts, they make me excited about graduating and getting back home.

    1. Aw that means so much! I’ll be heading there myself over Easter as well haha. I’m graduating this year and I’m definitely excited about heading back home for a bit – there’s no place like Liverpool x

    1. I’m so ridiculously excited to head back home next weekend! Definitely check it out next time you visit x

  3. ooh this place looks gorgeous, from the cocktail presentation to the marble bar top ! I’ve never been to Liverpool but your posts are tempting me more + more to check it out !

    have a lovely Sunday !

  4. This place looks great. I’ve never been to Liverpool but it is somewhere I want to explore one day. I love the marble decor!

  5. Thanks for sharing! There’s always new restaurants and bars opening up where I live so I can definitely relate to that feeling of wanting to try different places. The Castle Street Townhouse sounds lovely!

  6. Ooooh! I loved Liverpool and weโ€™re planning to go back so will definitely have to add this to my list!
    Beth x

    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed your trip there! It’s always nice when someone appreciates your home city haha. I’ll be sharing plenty of other Liverpool spots so stay tuned for them all ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks x

  7. Ooh Iโ€™ve never heard of this place but I love Liverpool- will definitely keep this in mind for next time I go! Lovely photos X

  8. This looks like a great little spot to grab a drink or two! I’ll have to keep this place in mind whenever I find myself visiting Liverpool next. x

  9. I have never been to Liverpool, but I will definitely write this one down in case I have time to go visit soon!

    xx A. |

    1. Glad you enjoyed it! I’ll be sharing more posts about Liverpool so if you do get the chance to go back I’ll have plenty of recommendations haha x

  10. More exposed brick! Love the look of this bar too, definitely looks cosy but cool! I’ve just started to like gin so it’d be cool to check out this spot. You’ve written a great post, definitely would love to visit! xx

    1. Thank you! It’s a regular spot of mine, I’ll definitely be heading there a fair few times this summer ๐Ÿ™‚ x

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