Liverpool, part 2 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.

Baltic Fleet Liverpool
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at the Baltic Fleet in 33A Wapping, L1 8DQ near the ferry. Open 12-11 Mon-Fri; 11-11 Sat & Sun
19th-century pub with a mahogany bar and an open fire, serving its own cellar-brewed ales.With 2 secret tunnels leading from the cellar to the docklands and another leading to the old red light district of Cornhill, the Baltic Fleet connected crews of the square rigged ships with their two most fundamental needs, beer and ladies of the night. Pies and home-cooked scouse are regularly available lunch and evening.

http://www.balticfleetpubliverpool.com/

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Turn left out of the pub and walk on, keeping to the river on your right. Bear lft into Parliament Street and then turn left onto Catharine St/A5039. Turn right onto Egerton St and turn right onto Back Egerton Street South. 24min

Peter Kavanaghs

Peter Cavanaghs

2-6 Egerton St, L8 7LY.
Open 12-Midnight Mon-Thu; 12-1am Fri & Sat; 12-Midnight Sun   Food served Lunchtimes
A Splendid back street local, this gem is situated in the Georgian area of Liverpool and has been identified by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic pub interior.
Up to four rotating guest beers are available.

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Retrace your steps down to Egerton Street and walk back to Catharine Street, turn right. Keep straight on fo 5 minutes, the Caledonia will be on tour left.

The Caledonia

Caledonia Liverpool22 Caledonia Street,  L7 7DX
12-Midnight Mon-Thu; 12-1am Fri & Sat; 12-Midnight Sun
Food5-9 Mon-Fri; 12-6 Sat&Sun
Ales Liverpool Craft Brewery, Melwood.

http://www.thecaledonialiverpool.com/

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Turn left into Caledonia Street and at the end turn right into Hope Street. You will see the pub across the road.


Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Philharmoic Dining Liverpool

36 Hope Street  L1 9BX  Open 11-Midnight
This pub serves 7 changing beers plus St Austell Nicholson's Pale
Dazzling and flamboyant, the pub has its own place in history as 'the most ornate pub in England'. Known as 'The Phil', this magnificent hostelry takes its name from Liverpool's Philharmonic Hall opposite.

http://www.nicholsonspubs.co.uk/restaurants/northwest/thephilharmonicdiningroomsliverpool

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Walk back to the main road and turn right into Hardman street. Wal 3min to the Fly on your right.

Fly in the Loaf Liverpool

Fly in the Loaf
13 Hardman St L1 9AS  12-11 Mon-Thu; 12-Midnight Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun
Owned by Isle of Man brewer, Okells. Free Wifi. The pub has an interesting history as Kirkland's Bakery and its name comes from their slogan 'no flies in the loaf'
Okells beers. Meal Times 12-7

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http://www.flyintheloaf.co.uk/

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