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Queens, Liverpool - pub details


Address: 23 Richmond Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 1EE [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Moorfields (0.2 miles), Liverpool Central (0.3 miles), Lime Street Liverpool (0.3 miles)

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Actually, I think there's another 4 bookies within spitting distance of this old gem of a pub!
mattbeer - 25 Dec 2010 13:57
I used to work in the Queens, and I miss working there.
It was a special pub. The staff and the customers, especially the locals made it what it was..

Nataliep88 - 2 Aug 2010 17:44
Oh dear - I walked past here last week and saw that the hoardings had been taken away and it had re-opened.

I got all excited and thought "what have they done to this pub".

I got closer and then realised they had converted it into a Paddy Power bookmakers!

Just what we need - another bookies within walking distance of 2 others on the same street!
mattbeer - 27 Jul 2010 00:41
Has been closed now for over a month. Hoardings have been up around the building but not sure what they are doing.

mattbeer - 17 Jun 2010 03:46
Nothing special about this place, it's just a run of the mill city centre pub. Interior is always clean and the bar staff are friendly. No real ales but John Smiths is cheap at 1.89. A mix of locals, shoppers and tourists come here and it's always got a good flow of customers due to it's location in the main shopping area of the city centre.

The Queens is a good place to meet up with friends before moving on to the Dale Street crawl, or to have a swift pint after work or a busy afternoon trawling through the shops. Get a window seat on the first floor which overlooks Williamson Square, the Playhouse Theatre and St Johns Beacon and just watch the world go buy.
mattbeer - 28 Apr 2010 11:27

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