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Come here for the beer, for the friendly service, for the chat and you will have a good time; but come here for the history and the values and to do your bit to change the world and it is unbeatable. This place should be...More
Beautiful converted Georgian building
Sympathetic conversion giving a superb interior
Great history to the building and it's role in Liverpool life
Magnificent location on Hope Street between the two cathedrals
Only downside is no real ale, otherwise it would be top marks for this place
Our party of 6 called in for a drink on a Saturday teatime. It was very busy but we were lucky enough to get a table. The atmosphere inside is very convivial and we really enjoyed our visit.
Definitely a nice place to enjoy a...More
The union bar has no real ales, but does goose ipa in bottles & has Guinness & wine.
Good music TV showing.
Casa name in tiles behind bar & left hand side of door & central post.
Supports unions, dockers, miners’ strike etc.
Called in here after a show at a nearby theatre. Lovely friendly pub. Drinks were a good price. Managed to get a seat at 10pm on a Friday night !! Toilets clean. Tidy little place. Definitely will go again
We went here last weekend for a 60th B/day celebration. The place is just what the Dr' ordered. What a tonic. I could not fault the place. The manager (shaun) was most gracious and welcoming. The entertainment was world class and the house ales were...More
Visited The Casa with my partner one evening.
This place does not fit in with the rest of the bars on Hope Street. It has a Youth club / Cricket club type feel. Whilst the old photographs on the walls are a nice touch the...More
Not sure if you classify this place as a pub or a pub club or a bistro - whatever it is it serves a good pint / drink. The place is neat and tidy but crisp and homely. Well decorated not an old time pub.Really...More