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All ways walked past this pub thinking there is no way I am going in there !!!! To rough for me. !!!! It was a Sunday afternoon and with friends and one of them said come on let's go in there !!!!! As you can...More
Visit Liverpool regularly and no visit is complete without popping into Coopers. Small, full of characters, happiness, song and everyone enjoying themselves from all walks of life. It is pretty full on from the minute you walk through the door if you can get through...More
Was told to have a look inside this bar. Tiny inside and full of people drinking and singing. Good atmosphere. A good laugh bar. Karoake blasting and people dancing in the street. A bit rough and ready. Had one drink and left .
Walked in and my brain exploded. I'm a small town person from the U.S. But, wow! I thought I was in a movie. Everything went, but none of it bad. Wild and friendly. Characters galore, the experience will stay with me forever, in a great...More
Little Coopers is a pub at first glance that you will probably turn on your heels and head out the door but don't be put off by the boisterous and noisy characters that make this pub a unique place to visit.
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This pub is what it says little! Packed full of real people who are just having a drink and a bit of fun. It is a must if you want to get to meet real, honest Liverpudlians. It is a compact pub. Don't expect a...More
Having previously visited coopers before and had a good time . I decided to make another visit whilst in town and it didn't disappoint great atmosphere with plenty of local characters wouldn't hesitate going back
I love this boozer don't much as much I use to but when I do never fails me only thing that lets it down its so small haha not really big, most of the time your squashed but still amazing pub and defo a must...More
Coopers is a genuine phenomenon. My dad doesn't drink much but whenever we manage to drag him out (once or twice a year)this is the only place he chooses to go. It is filled with every type of local people old and young and EVERY...More