Liverpool, part 1 of 2 walks.
Liverpool's status as a port city has contributed to its diverse population, which, historically, was drawn from a wide range of peoples, cultures, and religions, particularly those from Ireland. The city is also home to the oldest Black African community in the country and the oldest Chinese community in Europe. Natives of Liverpool are referred to as Liverpudlians (from a long-standing jocular alteration of 'Liverpool' to 'Liverpuddle') and colloquially as "Scousers", a reference to "scouse", a form of stew. The word "Scouse" has also become synonymous with the Liverpool accent and dialect.

Ye hole in ye wall Liverpool
Start
at the Ye Hole in Ye Wall in Hackins Hey, just off Dale Street
L2 2AW  Open 12-11 Mon-Sat; 12-10.30 Sun. Lunchtime meals and snacks. Free Wifi. This pub serves 5 changing beers. Having been built on the site of an old quaker graveyard the beer cellar is unusually on the first floor above to bar.
http://www.yeholeinyewall.com/

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Return to Dale Street and turn left. Walk for about 5 minutes to the Ship and Mitre on your left.

The Ship and Mitre

Ship and Mitre Liverpool

133 Dale St L2 2JH
Open 10-11 Mon-Wed; 10-Midnight Thu-Sat; 10-11 Sun  Free Wifi. Food served 12-9, including the famous Scouse, (enjoyed by the Hairy Bikers)
This pub serves many changing beers. Free Wifi.
A friendly locals pub.
http://www.theshipandmitre.com/

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Turn left out of the pub. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Old Haymarket. Slight left onto St John's Lane. Continue onto St George's Place, Slight right onto Lime St/A5038. The pub is across the road from the Station. 10 minutes

The Richard John Blackler

Richard John Blackler53 Great Charlotte St L1 1HU
Open all day from 8am, 8:30 Sat, 10am Sun. Food served all day. Free wifi. This Wetherspoon pub is the former Blacklers department store. A long-standing local landmark, the store was established, in 1908, by Richard John Blackler. The Beatles' George Harrison served his electrician apprenticeship at Blackler's. The rocking horse is a replica of one ridden by children who visited the store. Adnams Broadside, Fuller's London Pride, Greene King Abbot, Sharp's Doom Bar

http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/the-richard-john-blackler

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Turn left out of the pub and head southeast on Great Charlotte St/A5038 toward Mitchell Place.
Turn right onto Ranelagh Street, then right onto Cases Street.


The Globe

The Globe Liverpool

17 Cases St L1 1HW  11-11 Mon-Fri; 10-11 Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Free Wifi. This small, cosy pub won the local CAMRA Branch's Best Community Pub Award in 2012, and Kitty McNicholas, who has worked there for 24 years, won their Bar Person of the Year Award in 2014.  Watch out for the sloping floor in the front bar area!
Sharp's Doom Bar, Thwaites Wainwright, Timothy Taylor Landlord.


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Continue right along Cases St, crossing Parker Street into Houghton Street. Continue straight onto Williamson Square then Continue onto Richmond Street. Turn left onto Whitechapel then turn right onto Stanley Street and then left into Mathew Street.

Grapes Liverpool

The Grapes
25 Mathew St. L2 6RE   11-11; 11-midnight Fri & Sat

Famous for its Beatles connection. Many photographs adorn the walls of the pub and the pub has a sticky tables sixties feel. Only one ale available on our visit.

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http://www.mathew.st/

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