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Shenanigans, Liverpool - pub details

Shenanigans

Address: 77 Tithebarn Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 2EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39025) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Moorfields (0.1 miles), James Street (0.4 miles), Lime Street Liverpool (0.6 miles)

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Unchanged from my visit 6 years ago except that they now sell Guinness Golden Ale in addition to the usual keg beers.
wirraldrinker - 1 May 2016 18:51
Not sure if the comment below refers to a previous landlord, as I have visited a few times over the last 12 months and found two bar staff from the Emerald Isles. Small pub, usual suspects on tap - San Miguel, Carling etc, they do a nice pint of Guinness to boot and offer a small variety of food.
Its a cosy little pub and is a good place to go when they have an open mic on or a singer.
McLovin - 30 Sep 2014 13:06
Avoid like the plague shan irish pub with nasty landlord who dooes not employ Irish staff & discriminates on grounds of disability
malc1 - 25 Jul 2013 18:44
I liked it! Good place to relax with a few pints and a paper, or see football in a relaxing atmosphere. Friendly young lad behind the bar to.
NorwegianFlyer - 17 Jan 2012 18:37
Paid a fleeting visit here on Sunday lunchtime after starting my drinking in the James Monro next door (not listed on here). As stated by Wirraldrinker, this is a typical Irish pub. Although on my visit there was no other clientele. Only keg beers were available - Carling, Guinness, Carlsberg, Cains Bitter, San Miguel and Strongbow. The floorspace is quite small. But the ceilings are high. The picture of the pub above gives you a good indication as to what it is like. It has a strange mish-mash of furniture and a brick bar. Music was playing and a TV was on. A sign on the outside indicated this used to be called the Rising Sun. Nothing to shout about.
blue_scrumpy - 16 Nov 2010 17:58

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