baa bar liverpool
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Baa Bar on Fleet Street with 2 floors and small courtyard upstairs positioned in a prime location of Liverpool's nightlife, right between Concert Square and Slater Street, which as you'll find out, is very hard not to wander in as you walk by - the cornerstone for many clubbers starting, and finishing their night in Liverpool.
Baa bar becomes a student haven mid-week and transforms into a somewhat thumbing Liverpool dance club over the weekend, we suggest heading upstairs if you want to knock out some shapes. Can't really go wrong in here, great location, good music with cocktails and £1 shooters (all week!). Dj's upstairs, Dj's downstairs so you can mix it up a bit if you get tired of the sounds. Expect big queues over the weekend.
Baa Bar reviews
27 Dec 2017
Last night I was in the club minding my own business with my friends, when I got punched in the face by some thug, the bouncers did nothing, they were not interested and did not care!!
I now have a massive black eye, we are never going back to this club as it is unsafe and dangerous!!
12 Mar 2017
Visited here at the weekend traveled from Reading. Extremely busy! Most busy place we visited until Club projekt later in the night. Great atmosphere upstairs everybody dancing top night.
Doorman a little strict but suppose that is expected with the crowds trying to get in here. Will visit again good place to get going in good location.
7 Sep 2013
Its all about Tuesday nights for me. We use this bar as our meeting up location drinking shots and getting ourselves warmed up for the night ahead. High recommended. Very busy over the weekends. Unisex toilets anyone?
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