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Traditional pub with friendly regulars and pleasant bar staff. Right in the centre of Beatles Culture and near The Cavern. I used to live in Liverpool and just hearing the friendly banter makes me feel very nostalgic.
This is a great pub located on the always busy Mathew Street, it's a pub I always enjoy visiting as it's always busy with a great atmosphere probably due the the cheap beer on offer.
The pub itself is fine,it has a long narrow interior...More
I frequent this pub on Matthew Street the staff and customers are all very friendly and will give advice to visitors to our wonderful city, the music is whatever you want just ask the staff, the beer and spirits are probably the cheapest in the...More
Went to O'Briens bar, Mattew Street on a Saturday night in April 2017. I was with 3 friends (all in our early 40s) and we had had a few pints already that evening in other bars in the area but we were all coherent and...More
Although listed on Tripadvisor as THE GLASS ONION PUB this pub is now called O'BRIEN'S PUB on Mathew Street and not to be confused with the pub of the same name on Slater Street.
The pub is a proper locals pub,long and narrow with nice...More
Definitely a locals style pub. Often groups of men stood outside smoking and leering which as a woman I would find a deterrent
6 of us (3 couples) popped in for a quick drink to start off our night. We were only staying for one...More
This pub used to be called THE GLASS ONION PUB but now goes under the name of O'BRIEN'S PUB ( not to be confused with the one on Slater Street ) and is a very lively local's bar on MATHEW STREET.
We were on a...More
O brian's irish pub on Mathew street is a proper city centre local that was once called The Glass Onion.Located in the most touristy area of Liverpool City Centre right in the Cavern Quarter this is a no frills pub with a local clientele and...More
Recently visited this pub with my wife and daughters the pub is now called O'Brien's pub, the Liverpool gay pride was on the day we visited.so the bars and pubs in the area were packed out. A PR from O'Brien's approached us and directed us...More