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Me and my wife called in here for a drink and it was great to go back in time and see how a proper traditional pub looked like. It is situated near Matthew street and the inside walls have many pictures of maritime history and...More
A fabulous good old fashioned public house steeped in history. The Landlady, Jackie, runs this establishment with the help of her professional and friendly staff. I had visited Liverpool from my home in Somerset so definitely not a local, however, the warm welcome that I...More
Attended this location a couple days ago. I strongly suggest it. The White Star is named after the White Star Line ship company, which means there are artifacts of the Titanic and stuff like that. Plenty of room to sit. There is also a room...More
A great find. I'll not give away any details but if you're interested in the history of The Beatles or The Titanic then get in here.
We were lucky to be sharing the neck room with two lovely Welsh ladies and John Paul the barman...More
Located just off Mathew Street is this superb unspoilt back street Liverpool " boozer " namely The White Star Pub.
Walking in and you know your in a special pub, photos and famous shipping advertising posters adorn the walls ,great decor and furnishings including a...More
A real genuine pub near the famous Mathew Street. Walls adorned with many pictures and posters of maritime history, including in the back room several photos of The Beatles who used to frequent the hostelry in their early days. Good selection of real ales on...More