The Cornmarket, Liverpool - pub details
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|On a recent visit to Liverpool we had to get off the train at St James' station and we came out by the back door and got a bit lost and stumbled on the Cornmarket. It was exactly the same as on our last visit, even, I swear to the same people sitting in the same chairs, rather uncanny. Still the couple of pints went down without too much pain and I was very impressed with the tiling in the toilets,absolutely superb.|
shouldersarms - 18 Dec 2011 18:59
|Nice interior but empty when I visited one afternoon a couple of weeks ago. Barmaid was pleasant enough but this isn't what I'd call a locals pub and not one I'd be in a hurry to visit again. As others have mentioned it is mainly for the office workers in the vicinty. They must be on a good wage though because it's close to £3.00 for a pint.|
mattbeer - 16 Jun 2011 03:10
|On entering one would expect a cosy snug but the place opens out into a baronial mansion's sitting room; wood panelling and all. Good selection of ales but not a traditional pub as such. You get the feeling that the office workers from the surrounding buildings flock in. So week-end lunch-times or early evenings are more relaxing.|
shouldersarms - 26 Apr 2011 11:42
|I've been to this pub many times over the years when I worked in Liverpool city centre. Also been here for a group meal one evening.|
As Carlurmston says, it has character.
Used mostly by local office staff.
Because the entrance is down a side alley it is easy to overlook.
Standard drinks selection. Glad to hear it has a couple of real ales, I'm sure it never used to.
Probably only worth a visit if you have some local business to take care of.
wirraldrinker - 23 Jun 2009 13:33
|Large drinking barn of a pub that nevertheless has some interesting features that give it character. The dark mahogany walls in the left hand corner as you enter are carved into all sorts of shapes and are quite a feast for the eye. The furniture is mixed with both traditional tables and modern sofa-style seating. At the back there is a smaller, more intimate room which feels far more pub-like than the rest, with a back door out onto the street. Two real ales on offer on my visit, Deuchars IPA and Jennings Cumberland. The former was in great nick and the place was buzzing on a Friday after work creating a good atmosphere, but I imagine the place could look spartan at quieter times. Not bad at all, but probably easy to overlook due t there being so many other good pub options in the vicinity. |
Carlurmston - 23 Jun 2009 12:45