Mulholland is the UK’s first singing waiter diner! Based in the heart of Liverpool city centre, the popular venue hosts Disney Sundays at the weekend, perfect for a family day out or birthday treat.
The showstopping diner has something for everyone! Certain to bring out your inner big kid, you’ll find yourself singing along at Mulholland in no time.
Mulholland Singing Waiter Diner
Bringing a sprinkle of Broadway magic to Liverpool, Mulholland Singing Diner will transport you to a whole new world! The feel-good venue will lift your spirits as you sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Disney Sundays at Mulholland
Disney Sundays bring your favourite movies to life as our talented singing waiters take centre stage. From Disney classics to the hit musicals of recent years, you can look forward to a wide range of Disney themed entertainment.
So, why not Be Our Guest this Sunday? Our fabulous waiters are known for their dazzling service guaranteed to impress. Disney Sundays are the perfect way to round off the weekend with some feel-good entertainment and childhood nostalgia.
Mulholland serves a wide range of delicious pizzas, hot dogs and sides with musical themed twists. Plus, our American inspired diner serves up unmissable million-dollar milkshakes for the ultimate treat.
A Showstopping Success
The atmosphere of Mulholland is truly one of a kind. We’ve had rave reviews since launching this autumn and have even been featured on BBC News.
“Just visited with friends and kids – would highly recommend, food lovely and tasty , kids loved it and where kept entertained, loads of space for the kids to play and dance – the staff where fab, very friendly and efficient and the singing was amazing- I have booked again for next week. It brought out the inner child in me all the fab music and songs. The kids where gutted when we left – fantastic family friendly venue.” – Melissa Mensah
“Went here for lunch for my sisters hen do and couldn’t have asked for a better time! Amazing singing and atmosphere, waiters are so nice and even came and personally sang a song to my sister! Already want to go back. Plus was incredibly cheap because we had 50% off. All the party where buzzing leaving there.” – Laura Prescott
“Booked a table here for my friends birthday, food was fab……. but the service was the highlight of the night, really lovely people in there they really do go that extra mile to cater to you. We will be back and we will be recommending this place to all our friends. Your restaurant really does stand out from the crowd, thanks for a lovely night” – Melissa Woods
Movie-Themed Stays at Arthouse Hotel
Mulholland is located on dynamic Seel Street within Liverpool’s movie-themed Arthouse Hotel. The unique party hotel is perfect for celebrating special occasions in the city. We always have a wide range of special offers to choose from, ensuring your stay is nothing short of magical!
Our Family Sing & Stay offer is particularly popular for those wanting to experience both the hotel and the diner. To enquire, please get in touch with our friendly team on 0151 601 8801.
Do you love musicals, enjoy singing along to your favourite tunes at any given moment and adore tasty food too? Come along to Mulholland Singing Diner, the ultimate musical experience in the heart of Liverpool.
Join us and our dazzling singing waiters as they serve up tasty American food and million dollar shakes, alongside a spectacular soundtrack of hit musical numbers, 80s power ballads and much more. The UK’s first singing diner, Mulholland captures the sparkling atmosphere of Broadway.
The Dazzling Entertainment
At Mulholland Singing Diner, our waiters are far from ordinary. Liverpool is renowned for being the home of some of the best musical talents around, that’s why it comes as no surprise that 16 of Liverpool’s best singers are ready to perform for you at our diner!
Each of our talented servers were handpicked to showcase their talent at this unique new musical experience. All have with either performed in musical theatre shows and stage productions, or are currently studying at various performing arts colleges across Liverpool including LIPA, Liverpool Theatre School, RARE, John Moore’s University, Van Netten school of performing arts and MAD.
Lucky guests can expect to hear a range of tunes, from famous movie soundtracks, to 80s power ballads, Disney hits and magical musical numbers. Plus, if you’re a die hard Disney fan, come along to our Disney Sundays and enjoy all your favourite hits sung live!
The Million Dollar Shakes
From Naked Milkshakes, to Tipsy Milkshakes and Cake Milkshakes, it’s fair to say Mulholland is the number one destination for shake lovers! Whether you love a boozy tipple or one bursting with sweetness and flavour, we have the perfect, refreshing drink for you.
Try our Mint Choc Chip, made up of Sailor Jerry’s spiced rum, vanilla vodka, crushed Oreos, milk and cream mixed together with hundreds and thousands and whipped cream Maltesers. Or, if you’ve got a major sweet tooth, tuck into one of our spectacular Cake Shakes. Choose from either chocolate, vanilla or strawberry milkshake, topped with a chocolate or strawberry doughnut, drenched in a cream and caramel sauce and sprinkled with hundreds and thousands.
Of course, it’s not all about the million dollar milkshakes, we also have an extensive cocktail list. From classic mixes like the Cosmo, Daiquiri, Margarita and Long Island Iced Tea, to our house specials, we know how to shake up a storm. Why not indulge in the Butterscotch Martini, featuring Butterscotch Schnapps, Baileys and fresh milk shaken into a chilled martini glass with a yummy hundreds and thousands chocolate rim.
The Classic American Food
If all those cocktails and shakes has got you feeling peckish, look no further than the delicious Mulholland food menu. Inspired by the great American diners across the pond, our tasty menu includes some the classic dishes that make everyone’s mouths water.
From scrumptious pizzas, to loaded hot dogs, stacked nachos and stuffed wraps, we really know how to treat you. And of course, Mulholland has music running through its foundations, so our food menu celebrates that!
Each dish on our menu is named after one of our favourite songs, musicals, films, artists or characters, but with a fun foodie twist. There’s the Bare Necessities, a delicious Bockwurst hotdog topped with ketchup, French’s American mustard and crispy onions. Or our Somewhere Over the Rainbow nachos featuring multicoloured nachos with cheddar cheese, sour cream, salsa and guacamole.
If you really fancy a pizza, why not grab a slice of our Spice Girls pizza? You can go for the Baby Slice which is our four cheese, or the Scary Slice, topped with chorizo, pastrami and sweet chilli peppers. Posh Spice is a tasty combination of goats’ cheese, caramelised red onions, spinach and chilli flakes, or try steak, pepperoni, red peppers and BBQ sauce if you love Sporty Spice. Last but certainly not least, Ginger Slice features all thing red, pepperoni, peppers, tomatoes and red Leicester cheese!
It wouldn’t be a trip to a classic American diner without a huge dessert to end the meal, and at Mulholland we offer some of the most mouth-watering in Liverpool. Choose from the Hopelessly Devoted to Goo, homemade brownies with ice cream and chocolate sauce. Or maybe, Do you Waffle Build a Snowman? A yummy mix of waffles served with banana, cinnamon sugar, caramel sauce and ice cream.
As you can see, at Mulholland Singing Diner we really know how to put on a show. From truly dazzling entertainment from our marvellous singing waiters, to the indulgent million dollar shakes and heavenly food menu, you’re sure to find something to tingle your taste buds.
If you’re in the mood to sing and be sang to, book your table for Mulholland Singing Diner. Give us a call on 0151 305 7900 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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There’s AWhole New World launching in Liverpool and it’s the perfect place to host a birthday party for any Disney-loving kids or musical-obsessed teens.
Go The Distance this year and give your child a birthday party they’ll never forget at the UK’s first singing diner in Liverpool. Prepare to be star-struck at Mulholland Singing Dineras our showstopping waiters take you on a musical journey through Disney hits, musical favourites and movie number ones.
Capturing the sparkling spirit of Broadway, Mulholland is the ultimate birthday party venue for kids everywhere, offering delicious food, incredible entertainment and a chance for everyone to Let It Go!
Enjoy a unique musical experience at the Mulholland Singing Diner
Join us for a pitch perfect musical experience in the centre of the city – ideal for a kids’ celebratory day out or unforgettable evening meal. From famous movie soundtracks to the very best 80s ballads for all the family to enjoy, our incredible waiters will have you singing along in no time as they serve up delectable state-side meals and million-dollar shakes for a birthday party like no other.
The perfect experience for a little star in the making, or a wannabe girl-group looking for a fabulous day out, Be Prepared to be wowed at this exclusive dining experience in the heart of Liverpool.
Our incredible Singing Waiters
Whether you’re a musical fanatic or you’ve only watched one Disney movie, there’s something for everyone at Mulholland Singing Diner. After all, There’s No Business Like Show Business so book your table now to enjoy a sprinkle of stardust on your little one’s birthday celebrations.
Tuck into a showstopping celebratory menu
Teen parties can get stuck into a state-side menu, full of classic American favourites and unique Mulholland specialties (all with a musical touch).
Be Our Guest as you pick from multi-coloured nachos, musical-themed hot dogs and Spice-Girl based pizzas plus much, much more. Why not enjoy our Do you waffle build a snowman? Or tuck into The Greatest Showman Sundae packed with brownie pieces, ice cream, marshmallows, a side of candyfloss and All That Jazz? Our service is Greased Lightnin’-special with a side of musical accompaniment, so there won’t be a dull moment once you step inside our Seel Street set.
And for younger movie-stars, our kids menu offers all the fun in smaller portions: pick from sandwiches and wraps, two-topping pizzas and delectable ice-cream treats to fill hungry mouths.
And of course, a diner isn’t a diner without milkshakes galore – and at Mulholland, no kid’s party is complete without one of our million-dollar shakes. You’ll love our Cake Shakes that seem to be Defying Gravity with their sumptuous toppings of cream, doughnuts, hundreds and thousands and sweet treats!
Make it a night like no other with a stay at Arthouse Hotel
Dial up the movie-mania for an ultimate film-themed birthday experience with a stay in one of our eclectic Arthouse Hotel suites. Sleeping up to 12, these luxurious rooms are perfect for children’s parties, offering plenty of space for excitable party guests and incredible in-room amenities such as flat-screen TVs, whirlpool baths and even pools!
The Greatest Showman has become a musical phenomenon. The infectious feel-good film dazzled the world with its catchy soundtrack and all star cast. Proving the critics wrong, the hit film topped the box office charts and has since made over $165 million in the US and over $217 million across the globe.
Liverpool now has its very own singing waiter diner, where you can be served American food and drink while enjoying hits from the movie and more musical favourites.
The Best of The Greatest Showman
To celebrate one of our favourite musicals, we thought we’d take a look at what makes The Greatest Showman so special…
It goes without saying that The Greatest Showman has a star-studded cast of actors, singers and dancers. The hit film is brought to life by A list favourites such as Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams and Zac Efron.
The film has also introduced the world to spectacular talents including the fabulous Keala Settle, previously known for stealing the show on Broadway.
A Heartwarming Story
The Greatest Showman is inspired by the fascinating life of P.T. Barnum, the American showman famous for founding the Barnum & Bailey Circus. Starting from humble beginnings, Barnum’s businesslike character and entrepreneurial spirit were evident from an early age.
The story showcases Barnum’s unlikely rise to success and many of the twists and turns along the way. An inspiring tale about following your dreams, it’s no surprise that the feel-good film struck a chord with its audience.
Celebrating Our Differences
Arguably the film’s most powerful theme is diversity. The Greatest Showman celebrates what makes us different and shines a light on our most unique qualities.
Though Barnum’s circus performers are dismissed as “freaks” by high-society, the uplifting musical sees them power through adversity and come out on the other side. What better way to lift your spirits?!
The Ultimate Feel-Good Soundtrack
The Greatest Showman’s toe-tapping soundtrack saw singalong cinema events sweep the nation, while the soundtrack itself spent over 10 weeks at Number 1 on the Official Album Charts in the UK.
The jam-packed album is one that we’re sure will stand the test of time. From power ballad ‘This is Me’ to the lively sounds of ‘The Greatest Show’.
Mulholland Bar & Restaurant
Mulholland is perfect for fans of The Greatest Showman. The UK’s first singing waiter diner brings the magic of Broadway and musical movies to Liverpool. Choose from classic American food and million-dollar milkshakes as you watch our showstopping singing waiters in action.
Our talented team perform a variety of dazzling hits from your favourite musicals, including The Greatest Showman, Disney classics and more. You’ll find yourself singing along or up on your feet in no time!
What better way to celebrate a special occasion or simply catch up with friends and make lasting memories?
Arthouse Hotel in Liverpool
Situated on dynamic Seel Street, Arthouse Hotel is a unique movie themed hotel in Liverpool. Our stylish rooms are inspired by films including Grease, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and The Sound of Music.
With their chrome counters, bubble-gum chewing waitresses and menus filled with classic American delights of key lime pie, fluffy pancakes and plenty of filter coffee, the diner is an icon of state-side culture.
Not unlike a British pub, the humble diner is a staple of American life. It’s no wonder they pop up in all genres of American movies from cult classics, to comedies and even our favourite rom-coms.
From the Frosty Palace in Grease to Jack Rabbit Slim’s in Pulp Fiction, diners have been the backdrop for some of the most famous scenes in movie history. And with the opening of Arthouse’s new diner experience in the centre of Liverpool, we though we’d take a deep dive into some classic movie diners we all love seeing on-screen.
Open now, Mulholland offers a brand new singing waiter diner experience, where you can enjoy fantastic US-inspired food and drink with a musical accompaniment of all the best power ballads, movies hits and musical showstoppers. From indulgent milkshakes to rainbows nachos and sizzling hot-dogs, it’s the ultimate Hollywood hangout.
But to get you in the mood for some diner-excellence, let’s take a look at the most iconic burger joints in movie history. These are our favourite movie diners on screen…
Pulp Fiction’s Double Trouble Diners
Who hasn’t wished they could visit the fictional diner of Jack Rabbit Slim’s in Pulp Fiction? With it’s slot car race tracks, classic-car shaped booths and waiting staff dressed as Hollywood stars, we all wanted to take Mia Wallace out for a meal at this “wax museum with a pulse” (Vincent’s words, not ours). And of course, it’s the location of that very famous dance…
But Slim’s wasn’t the only diner that made it into this cult classic. Who could forget the iconic opening (and closing) scenes set in a bog-standard US diner with Pumpkin and Honey Bunny? Tarantino’s love-letter to pop culture found the perfect setting to start the film inside America’s favourite dining establishment.
Rydell High students’ favourite out-of-school hangout might not have technically been a diner but we all still call it one. Officially a ‘malt shop’, this icy palace looked like a classic, old-school diner to the untrained eye, with its uniformed waitresses, 50s chromatic furnishings and menu of fries, shakes and burgers (always with not enough ketchup).
But whether a diner or not, it undoubtedly makes the list of the most famous movie diners on screen thanks to the iconic Beauty School Dropout musical number that took place within its tiled walls, as well as all the Sandy-Danny dates that went to disasterously wrong at its tables.
Call yourself a Grease mega-fan? Why not stay in Arthouse’s incredible Grease suite for a (summer) night you’ll never forget. Sleeping up to six guests, with luxurious amenities including kitchenette, large-screen TV and a whirlpool bath, you’ll have the chills and they’ll be multiplyin’ when you book this incredible movie suite in Liverpool’s city centre.
The Diner in The Big Lebowski that’s More Famous than the Film
You might recognize the movie diner spotted in The Big Lebowski – it’s a bit of a location star. Featuring in numerous mega movies, music videos and TV shows, including Reservoir Dogs, Gone in 60 Seconds and the video for Sean Kington’s top hit ‘Beautiful Girls’, it’s arguably had more success than most of the actors who’ve filmed inside it.
The diner was, at the time of filming The Big Lebowski, still an operating diner called Johnie’s Coffee Shop Restaurant. Today, it’s only used as a filming location but you can still see visit the iconic exterior on Wilshire Boulevard in midtown Los Angeles.
Blade Runner’s Futuristic Food Establishment
Again, not a traditional diner, but the noodle bar in Blade Runner offers a 1980s interpretation of what an LA diner in 2019 might look like and it sure is iconic.
The cramped chrome-clad restaurant with its steaming bowls of broth and unsociable customers still provides weary travellers and hungry cliental the same classic American service that a traditional diner does – just with a significantly Japanese twist.
And anyway, it’s one of the best examples of the film’s incredible set design that looked seriously futuristic but still recognizable as downtown LA.
The Home-From-Home Diner in Pineapple Express
One of Hollywood’s best loved bromance comedies, Pineapple Express puts the American diner to good use in its closing scenes. Like all best friends, Dale, Saul and Red end the movie with a classic diner breakfast – eggs, bacon and plenty of coffee – while rehashing their action-packed night before.
There’s no fancy 50s-style thrills here – director David Gordon Green made sure the movie diner was a bog-standed US food stop, perfect for a greasy food fix after a night running away from mobsters and corrupt police officers.
The Notorious Goodfellas Diner
When Martin Scorsese was looking for a location to film his then titled ‘Wiseguy’, his eyes settled on a small, space-age style diner in Maspeth, Queens (New York City).
Then called the Clinton diner, it was owned by Dimitra and Michael Diamantis who were about to see their small establishment become a famous tourist hotspot, with avid fans including the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and Pierce Brosnan heading to the location to grab a selfie and experience the atmosphere.
The movie, of course, was the legendary Goodfellas, which filmed two of its most memorable scenes inside the diner, making the Diamanti’s family business one of the most famous diners in movie history. The famous phone-bashing scene was set at a phone booth outside the diner.
Lou’s Cafe in Back to the Future
Who could forgot Marty’s famous trip to Lou’s Café in Back to the Future? This perfect example of a 1955 diner was where Marty first realizes how different the past can be after attempting to order a Pepsi Free and being told by an irate server “You want a Pepsi, pal, you gotta pay for it”.
An integral location in the film, Lou’s is undoubtedly one of Hollywood’s most iconic movie diners, with it’s minty colour scheme and retro interiors.
The History Behind American Diners
They’ve been a stable of American culture for over a generation, but did you know that the very first food diners had wheels?
The word diner can officially be defined (according to Webster’s Dictionary) as ‘a restaurant in the shape of a railroad car’, harking back to the origins of these classic US food-spots.
A classic 1950s diner in New Jersey. Credit: Wiki Commons | Jaboyce
Back in the 1800s, the first iteration of diners were called ‘lunch cars’ and we can thank Rhode Island’s Water Scott for their invention. Scott re-purposed a horse-pulled wagon into a cart that served sandwiches, coffee, pies and eggs to people heading home at night and his side-line hustle was so successful that he ended up quitting his day job to sell food from the wagon all-day, everyday. Soon, other companies followed suit.
Buoyed by the success of these businesses, T.H. Buckley from Massachusetts decided that manufacturing purpose-build ‘lunch cars’ was more profitable than doing the actual food selling. He started the Worcester Lunch Car Company which produced ‘dining cars’ fitted with basic stoves and an ice box for foodie entrepreneurs. Soon, these portable cars were popping up all over America, offering food to weary travellers and tired workers.
One of the classic Worcester Lunch Cars in Somerville, Massachusetts. Credit: Wiki Commons | Vistawhite
But as the number of lunch cars jumped higher, many towns and cities passed civil laws restricting their hours of operation. Attempting to loophole these restrictions, lunch car owners started permanently parking up their cars in busy locations and the diner as we know it was born.
By 1913, the idea was really starting to catch on and Jerry O’Mahoney established the first ever purpose-built stationary diner in the United States. He would go on to become the largest manufacturer of diners ever, producing a rumored 2,000 diners between 1917 and 1941 across the country.
As the years ticked by, the traditional diner became more and more extravagant and by the time the 1950s hit, the stream-lined silver space age carriages were all the range, cementing what we all now think of when someone says the word ‘diner’.
Visit the UK’s Only Singing Waiter Diner Today
To celebrate the launch of the UK’s only singing waiter diner at Arthouse Hotel, we’re offering you the chance to get 50% off all food at the newly opened Mulholland bar for this month only!
Enjoy out-of-this-world milkshakes, Spice Girl-inspired pizzas, rainbow nachos and much, much more all for half price this October by showing this Facebook voucher on ordering.
A magical eating experience like no other in Liverpool, our musical-minded singing waiters will serenade you with classic ballads, musical showstoppers and movie top hits, transporting you straight to LA and the silver screen musical numbers we all love so much.
Make sure you’re following Mulholland on all our social media channels to keep updated on all the lastest news, competitions and offers from this incredible new eating experience. We’e hanging out on Facebook and Instagram. Be our guest and join us today at the brand-new Mulholland!
This Friday is officially National Pizza Day and what better way to celebrate than with a visit to Mulholland, Liverpool’s favourite pizza parlour.
Our amazing restaurant serves up a brilliant range of flavours that are sure to have mouths watering, from classics to some wacky twists on the traditional.
So, what are you waiting for? Take a look at some of our unique topping combinations and start planning your pizza-packed Friday.
Meatball and Spaghetti
One of the most popular pizzas on our menu, the Meatball and Spaghetti merges two Italian favourites to create a tasty pasta-pizza combination.
Enjoy perfectly cooked meatballs on a base of delicious pasta, creamy cheese sauce and a tomato base, sprinkled with basil.
It’s the ideal pizza to indulge in this National Pizza Day.
If you’d prefer something a little more simple, why not go for our Margherita?
Made from a classic base with a rich tomato sauce, lots of cheese and a good helping of black pepper and basil, you won’t be disappointed.
Chilli, Jalapeno, Spicy Beef, Cajun Chicken and Tabasco
Looking for a pizza with a spice explosion? Look no further than our Chill, Jalapeno, Spicy Beef, Cajun Chicken and Tabasco pizza.
Loaded with flavour and hot sauce, this appetising main dish is perfect for chilli lovers.
To cool your mouth down, try it with an ice cold bottled beer and really make the most of National Pizza Day.
Artichoke, Olive and Roasted Pepper
One of the veggies, our Artichoke, Olive and Roasted Pepper is a fresh and flavoursome pizza that is always a crowd-pleaser.
A delicious mix of Mediterranean toppings, mixed with traditional Italian flavours and a good helping of cheesy goodness, this pizza pie is the ideal treat.
If you’ve still got room for more …
Chocolate and Marshmallow Pizza
If you’re still not done stuffing your face with pizza, we also offer an amazing dessert pizza.
Yes, that’s right.
You can enjoy our stuffed marshmallows and chunks of dark and milk chocolate on top of a sweet pizza base.
A mouthwatering option that is sure to make your day.
National Pizza Day at Mulholland
Really make the most of National Pizza Day this year with a visit to Mulholland.
Set within the Arthouse Hotel, but with a whole identity of its own, this quirky venue transports visitors into a vintage Hollywood bar experience.
An American themed establishment, Mulholland is a distinctive bar and restaurant serving delicious food from brunch to pizza. Plus, a wide range of tasty drinks and cocktails all expertly mixed by talented mixologists.
Named after the street and road in the eastern Santa Monico Mountains of Southern California, Mulholland’s unique logo represents the star of Hollywood and the wheat used to brew beer.
The famous road has featured in numerous movies, songs and novels, making it the perfect name for a trendy bar that celebrates Hollywood and its culture.
Indulge in some of the most delicious pizzas in Liverpool this National Pizza Day.
To book a table, get in touch with our friendly team today and celebrate in style.
With Freshers Week over and the Uni work starting to pile up, it’s time to have a break from work and start planning your next student night out.
Seel Street is at the heart of Liverpool’s vibrant nightlife, with Concert Square just a few minutes’ walk away and an abundance of quirky bars and clubs to choose from, it’s the ultimate destination for a student night out in Liverpool.
To help you choose, we’ve rounded up the best student friendly bars and their best deals, so get out of the library and check it out.
Best Deal: 2 for £6 beers and 2-4-1 cocktails before 10pm
One of the coolest and newest bars on the block, Mulholland is the perfect destination for a boozy student night out.
Designed with an American theme in mind, this vibrant club is known for its amazing cocktails, brilliant beer offers and cheap eats.
Set within the Arthouse Hotel, but with a whole identity of its own, this quirky new venue transports visitors into a vintage Hollywood bar experience.
Mulholland is one of a kind.
Best Deal: Beer and nachos for £4
Beers galore, delightful cocktail concoctions and a superb mix of music across three floors, Brooklyn Mixer is one of the top student destinations in Liverpool.
Known for its ‘big beats’ and cheap drinks, this venue hosts regular DJ’s one the different floors and events throughout the week.
The bar is stocked with Brooklyn beers, as well as an extensive cocktail menu and all the spirits you could dream of.
Best Deal: Quids in Thursday night – every drink is £1
Known as Heebies to just about everyone that’s ever been, this famous club makes for a much loved student venue.
Renowned for its bustling courtyard and three floors of music, there are few bars with better spaces to mingle with locals than Heebie Jeebies.
Expect eclectic DJ nights and live music with amazing drinks deals, this is one of the best places to visit as a student.
With an electric atmosphere and good tunes, you’d be mad not to go.
Best Deal: 2-4-1 cocktails all night on Fridays
The new venture from the team behind Heebies, The Jacaranda and Jacaranda Records, EBGBs is set underneath the famous Heebies and prides itself on being both a bar and a club.
The Lone Wolf Bar has been designed as a chilled out biker inspired bar room with high quality drinks as well as the cheap and cheerful bottles.
The club room hosts nights including Liverpool’s longest running alternative/indie night Liquidation, as well as shows from different performers every night, ranging from the House of Suarez Vogue performers, Monster Cirques fire dancers and a crew of break dancers and roller girls.
Best Deal: Fat Frogs for less than a fiver
The Raz is a student heaven and a rite of passage to any first year. This grimy bar is renowned for having ridiculously cheap drinks and is without a doubt the place to go if you’re looking for a very inexpensive night out.
Choose from strange concoctions like the Fat Frog or an alcoholic slushy and come home with change from a tenner.
You’ll grow to love the sticky floors, sweaty walls and the infamous Raz flu following a night out there.
Monday night is Raz night, but get there early if you don’t want to queue around the block.
Salt Dog Slims
Best Deal: Quirky deals on national days and offers for events around the city
Seel Street’s resident dive bar may be known for its delicious steins and brine, but Salt Dog Slims also comes alive after dark.
A combination of German and American culture, this popular bar is the creation of the wizards behind Santa Chupitos and El Bandito.
Expect to pay a bit more for your cocktail, but they are well worth it and the atmosphere is always brilliant.
They also have a secret speakeasy style bar upstairs that you can only enter with a special code, ask behind the bar for more info!
It’s one of the best kept secrets in Liverpool . . . well, maybe not anymore.
Best Deal: Free entry and drinks from £2 on Thursdays
Empire is a prime nightlife hotspot playing everything from disco, funk, hip hop, RnB, deep house and club classics mixed by local and international DJs.
A four floored wonderland at the heart of Liverpool’s nightlife, Empire is its very own little kingdom and the most popular destination for a student night out.
There’s the unique ‘States’ floor which features a chic LA bar and sleek decor, the ‘Grande’ floor with an exclusive VIP section, a quirky Tzar floor and finally the lower floor, Dojo, has a distinct oriental theme with Geisha girls and a Sintillate music policy that never fails to get feet moving.
Alma de Cuba
Best Deal: 4 bottles of beer for £10 on selected nights
Recently voted Liverpool’s best bar, Alma de Cuba fuses electrifying Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American culture into Liverpool’s nightlife scene.
This vibrant bar was once Liverpool’s oldest Catholic Church and still retains some of the amazing original features.
The insides of the former church are illuminated by ethereal candles, stained glass windows and dazzling chandeliers, with the stunning alter still intact today.
Renowned for its delicious cocktails, you can expect everything from shimmying Salsa dancers to mesmerising petal shows and vibrant entertainment from Alma’s resident DJ.
This stunning converted church is sure to be the highlight of any student night out.
Best Deal: Jagerbombs for £2
Located just off Seel Street, LA’GO keeps its doors open late and resident DJ’s provide a top mix of funk-fusion so you can groove into the early hours.
Free entry and great deals on booze, you can top up and soak up the lively, intimate atmosphere without spending a packet.
Follow the bar along and you’ll find sofas and a Foosball table for a fun and fair method of deciding who buys the next round.
LA’GO’s is the perfect destination if you’re looking to have a boogie into the early hours.
Best Deal: Just £3 for an early bird Medication ticket
One of Liverpool’s leading music venues, the Arts Club is a hub for brilliant live music gigs and electric clubs nights.
Arguably the best night they host is Medication, the most iconic and famous student night out. Every Friday, the club is transformed into a colourful, dance lover’s heaven where confetti is thrown and laser are shone until the early hours.
With top DJs playing the most famous hits, this night is a must on the student circuit.
Best Deal: Every Friday, free BBQ from 5pm
Sitting at the top of Seel Street, The Peacock features a large beer garden and various floors to enjoy a range of music genres.
They are famous for their free BBQ’s and tasty woodfired pizzas that are perfect for soaking up the alcohol.
The ideal destination for a late night tipple and a boogie on the dance floor, this student friendly bar offers cheap eats and delicious cocktails that will have you staying until it closes.
Best Deal: Free entry to amazing events
Fondly known as ‘The Kaz”, this alternative hideout fuses earthy hippy vibes with electronic music, in a festival environment tucked away behind the most urban streets of Liverpool.
Kazimier Garden is a rustic, botanical haven filled with mismatched furniture and outdoor décor that makes the perfect place for a night out with a difference.
Even when the weather is chilly, you’ll find The Kaz full to the brim with music lovers and locals.
This cosy wonderland is one of Liverpool’s first and best loved hidden gems, it’s one of the most unique venues in the city.
Be At One
Best Deal: £5 cocktails Sun-Thurs with a valid Student card
Set slightly back from the hustle and bustle of Seel Street, Be At One is a cocktail heaven for anyone who’s into their mixology.
They offer pretty much every single type of cocktail you could ever imagine, this bar offers drinkers over 150 different types of drink, from classic favourites, decadent ice cream concoctions and mocktails to suit every taste.
Inside it’s playful and bright, with colourful seats, faux grass hedges and neon signs that blend Liverpool’s musical heritage with pop art.
There’s Happy Hour every day, which lasts at least three hours and all day on Sundays, the perfect student night out.
Recover at Arthouse Hotel
If living in halls is starting to drag, have the ultimate student night out with a stay in the amazing Arthouse Hotel.
Located in the heart of Liverpool’s nightlife, this hotel is the number one destination for luxurious group accommodation.
So, if you want to make the most of living in our glorious city, get in touch with our team today and book your stay.