Perfectly perched on the edge of Hope Street, The Philharmonic Dining Rooms stand proudly looking out onto the everchanging face of the area, with the grace and respect that can only can come with age, like vintage wine. Its grand architecture makes the pub wonderfully enticing, revealing just enough from its exterior to create the wonder and curiosity on what awaits behind the gilded gates.
Arguably the most iconic pub in the city, guests visit to feel its tangible sense of history and to discover whether walls really do talk. For The Phil, as it is locally known, has played host to some famous faces, making its mark in the musical history of Liverpool. It is here where a young John Lennon used to drink and where Paul McCartney returned to in 2018 to relive his younger years of playing at the pub, starting with an impromptu concert, much to the delight of its regulars.
Serving real ales and traditional pub food that warms the soul, for residents lucky enough to live in the stunning Arts Quarter, it would only be right that a visit to The Philharmonic Dining Rooms becomes a regular event on their social calendar.
Address - Philharmonic Dining Rooms, 36 Hope St, Liverpool, L1 9BX
Telephone - 0151 707 2837
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