navy bar liverpool

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navy bar
  • navy bar
  • 27-29 Stanley Street Liverpool L1 6AA
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  • Dress code Smart casual, drag
  • Music policy Charts
    House
  • Opening times Thur/Fri/Sun 10-2am
    Sat 9-3am

One of Liverpool's most iconic gay venues returns. After closing down for a short period, Liverpool's Navy bar reopened April 2015 we a brand new refurbishment putting Stanley Street firmly back on the map for Liverpool's gay scene.

Navy bar Liverpool located on the hub of Liverpool's gay village surrounded by some of the most flamboyant gay venues in the city, a nightclub that draws in only the best drag, gay & friendly crowds for a night of funky beats till late mixed by some of the most recognised DJs in the city.

If you looking for somewhere to shake and meet fellow like minded people Navy bar is a must visit gay venue in Liverpool. Everybody is welcome with FREE entry.



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Navy Bar reviews

  • 17 Aug 2018

    Went here for my housemates birthday last weekend and we had an amazing night! I haven't been here for a few years but really love what they have done with the place since relaunching. I've never met such attentive and pleasant bar staff. The music, entertainment (bar top dancers) and door staff couldn't have been better. I will deffo be back here soon!

  • 30 Oct 2017

    Went in with my partner on the 28th. Club had just opened its doors only a few people in. I purchased two drinks and then requested a booth. Booth was priced at £110. The new owner has taken majority of the seating and changed them into booth that are costly. Trying to make it an uptown super club. The club is to small and people who go don't want to spend money like that so when club is packed they all end up sitting on steps by booth, which sooner or later will be a fire, safety risk.

    Within the space of half an hour Navy had £140 off me. I was rudely challenged by one young girl behind the bar so I complained. As a paying customer I shouldn't have to put up with that. The new owner or manager came out and said he would look into the matter. One employee followed my request to fill jug with lemonade. I walked back over to the booth.

    One security man stood next to booth. I kindly offered him a drink as a friendly gesture. These two thugs have seen me many times before. Distracted by the loud music I lent in towards his left side to speak to him. He aggressively attacked me. He grabbed both my side arms and marched me back through the club and down the stairs whilst. Uncalled for and dangerous. I continuously said I'm not doing anything get off me. Outside of the club he shouted to his other colleagues "she pulled my collar". This was a false accusation. I was then met with abuse by his other college. I informed them that they where an absolute disgrace and should be ashamed of themselves. I was met with "shut up and f**k off".

    These are the same abusive guards that shake my hand every time they see me. These two men seem to be on a power trip and give the job a bad name.

    The job entails you to protect the employees and the public. I was not aggressive and did not attack you. I wrote a similar message to the bar on Facebook in regards to my distress and the behavior shown towards myself, but they have removed the comment without a reply.

  • 17 Apr 2015

    Welcome home!

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