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Busy in here even gone midnight.
Lots of young people inside. Barely room to sit down.
4 real ales available at back of pub, front pump clips had nothing on them. They were ok.
Place was nicely decorated for Halloween.
When traveling, I will look for spots that are less touristy and more of how the locals do things. Ye Cracke Pub is just such a place. Yes, what brought me here originally was the John Lennon/history aspect, but I quickly realized there was more...More
We had a walk and visited this English pub which is a very old one in a nice area in Liverpool. Not many people there at lunch time as they dont serve food there. Surprised by seing a photo of Salah in the bar as...More
Stepping into this pub is like stepping back in time. It was quite quiet on a Sunday afternoon, and my friend and I were the only women there besides the lady behind the bar. People were friendly and there were clearly locals amongst the visitors....More
This place used to be a really nice place to bring my dog on a sunny day, even mentioned on many lists for dog friendly Liverpool. We've brought our dog many times before and sat in the garden. It was a shame to get there...More
Ye Cracke is an absolutely fantastic back street pub that on any trip into Liverpool city centre I always try to visit.
This is a proper pub,a pub John Lennon used to frequent, a really nice interior with nice decor and furnishings including lots of...More
Authentic pub. Lots of Liverpool history, nice bar lady
Most amusing bit was locals trying to out scouse each other
The winner was the guy calling John Bishop a plastic scouser & his impression, classic!
If you want to go back in time and see the type of pub - in fact, the pub, John Lennon and his mated frequented, then this is the place for you. Slightly rough at the edges, but authentic.
We turned up in slight drizzle...More
The outside belies what waits within, second rate beer served by surly staff. One of those places you have promised yourself you would visit if you were in the area only to be bitterly disappointed.
It is obvious that unless you are in the 'clique'...More