Fourteen years ago the Baltic Triangle was about to be written off as a red light district. Now it’s one of Britain’s hippest destinations and growing day by day.
Every Friday night at Cains brewery is like a festival. Crowds spill out from the line-up of bars and pop-ups and from the wildly popular Baltic Market with its eclectic mix of indie food stalls. If you fancy a change of scene, you can wander out of Cains, to Camp & Furnace or you could head into town. Go to the Botanical Garden for a gin, or to a microbrewery like Black Lodge, or to have your picture taken by the Liver Bird wings, or to visit 24 Kitchen Street, home to the Sonic Yootha club nights. This is the Baltic Triangle.
It’s one of the most buzzing areas in the UK, not just Liverpool, and a widely-praised piece of urban regeneration attracting millions of visitors every year. The Rough Guide called it an “uber arty” must-visit and national papers have named it one of the coolest places in Britain. This is our neighbourhood and your welcome!