The Lake in Lake Place, Hoylake,small, cosy, cottage like pub.Always a good crowd in here.
Great place to watch the footie away games.
Wetherspoons' Hoylake lights' Great Beer specials and value for money food
The Punch Bowl, dominates Market St in size, good pint to be had here, can be very lively. Pool and Darts played here'
The Glassfire Bar...in Albert Road, off Market Street. Trendy bar with a Lively atmosphere and great music.
Panache in Market Street, trendy bar with great music, very lively with goodtalentTastefully run, No riff raff in here
Jack Rabbit Slims, The old Fire House, Grosvenor Road (opposite Hoylake Station)Live music, it gets packed here at weekends due to a late bar, so get in early or you will have no chance of a late drink
La Bodega, very popular meeting up place especially on Friday nights.Does get packed out on weekends,so get in early and enjoy the atmosphere.Popular with the more mature drinkers
The Plasterers arms..good atmosphere good beer, one of the local gathering points.
Live music here some nights
The Vanilla Lounge, 6 Market Street. Local Community Bar Lounge. music. Some great live events on here. There is also a function room upstairs for hire. Speak with Kate or Phil.
The Ship Inn on Market Street. Good selection of beers here, a very popular pub with the locals.
This is THE Pub to meet up in when in Hoylake.
The Green Lodge, Kings Gap. Great Ales and two for one food meals.
A massive beer garden, great place for a drink on a sunny day.
The Hoylake Social Club 11 Trinity Road Phone 0151 632 3035 For Live Entertainment in Hoylake. To
Tides, Wine & Tapas Bar, Market Street. Relax in the sofa lounge for drinks in a relaxed, friendly environment
The Anchor,good locals pub with entertainment some nights,(opposite Home Bargains) a warm, welcoming pub that has a relaxed and casual atmosphere. The Anchor is a great place to have a meal, watch the footie, or have a relaxing drink or two. there is a good selection of cask ales and lagers.
A traditional British food menu is served and offers really good value for money.
The Railway Inn, Meols. Food, Ale and Premiership Footie
The Railway has undergone a refurbishment and is now a HUNGRY HORSE Eatery. The food is served all day and every day and the excellent menu has plenty of choice together with Massive Plates. The 'Raily' is a great place to watch the footy on the big screen and other TV's around the bar and lounge. Wednesday night is the Music Quiz Night, and Thursday night is Pool Night,so why not go along and sink a few reds.
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