Top 5 Ideas for a Night Out
Liverpool is a city that seamlessly moves from day to night. With a healthy mixture of bars, restaurants, clubs and more - the city has more than cemented its reputation for providing an awesome night out.
is a crazy golf venue that offers a seriously twisted 18 hole crazy golf experience, a cocktail bar, top local DJ’s and amazing graffiti artwork. The fun doesn’t stop there, there is also a cosy outdoor bar alongside BBQ masters, Apocalypse Cow, to entice you with their delicious street food. Standing where Cains Brewery once did at the heart of the Baltic Triangle
, 20 minutes from the Quest’s city centre location, Ghetto Golf is perfectly positioned for a great Liverpool night out.
Hot Water Comedy Club
Hot Water Comedy Club
was founded in 2010 by brothers Paul and Binty Blair, and since then has gone on to become one of the most successful comedy clubs in the world. In its new location on Hardman Street, Hot Water Comedy is still only 15 minutes away from us in the city centre - conveniently placed for a full night of fun and laughter.
The Arts Club
Liverpool is also full of a diverse range of awesome music venues. The Arts Club
, located on Seel Street, has played a role in the evolution of the city’s creative culture since the 1800s. Once a meeting place for Liverpool’s Royal Institute, the club is now a highly rated music venue, bar and art space - offering live music performances by established artists, comedy and special events alongside a casual dining experience.
The Zanzibar Club
Located on the opposite side of Seel Street is The Zanzibar Club
. Known for hosting regular fan-favourite club nights, The Zanzibar specialises in showcasing unsigned rock and alternative bands - but has still played host to a number of well-known artists such as The Libertines, Noel Gallagher and The Coral.
The O2 Academy Liverpool
On Holtham Street, just a 9 minute walk from Quest is the O2 Academy Liverpool
. What was once a 19th century warehouse for a furniture maker was adopted for a number of uses before it was transformed into a music venue in the 2000s, eventually turning into the O2 Academy as it stands today. O2 Academy Liverpool has played host to countless internationally acclaimed artists since it opened in 2003, including the likes of Blondie, Biffy Clyro, Arctic Monkeys, Paloma Faith and Amy Whinehouse. So, why not see what’s on for your next visit?