The biggest gay friendly underground after hours party in Liverpool, drinking from 11pm till 7am every Saturday night come Sunday morning.
G bar on Eberle Street includes 2 floors with 3 rooms and has established itself as the leading gay bar and after hours super club on Liverpool's club scene for over 20 years, winning numerous awards from around Liverpool and voted amongst the best after hour clubs by MIXMAG clubbing magazine, they say it's all about the music, once you get into the club you'll understand why.
You will see men and ladies' kissing each other, so if that's not your scene your best stay away from here. G bar has a very strict door policy, so be prepared to get turned away. If you do manage to gain entry, you'll be enjoying some of the best electro & dance movers anywhere in Liverpool, with a safe and uplifting atmosphere packed over 2 floors every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Night.
Street party!!! Amazing weekend in G-bar. I love Eberle street. Great weekend lots of wonderful people out and about the music was extremely good with wicked atmosphere. My best night out this year!
Poor attitude from the door staff at the club. I asked for his details and he refused to provide, said he didn't have to. Went to a place called Heaven and no issues from door staff who were friendly and had a good night.
Just play music. Stop talking over it all the time. Dont know if I'm just spoilt in brum but please! Wrecked my night...
Refused entry by head doorman for no good reason. Unfriendliest person ever to work the door. Asked to speak to management but was told this guy says who comes in and who doesn't... gbar should be ashamed to employ an unfriendly head doorman in a popular so called 'friendly' city centre club.
Gbar is 17 years today! Join us tonight in the basement for a night of thumbing beats and serious misbehaving.
Soon as walked in i was so happy i just started 2 dance with that boss music i was amazingly shocked its so cool the people are so boss and i met the night of my dreams love partying hardddddd!!!!!!!!!
There's a huge mix of opinions on this place. I've tried to think positively for other people, but I'm passionately against it. That said it is always jammed with people so it's worthwhile making your own judgements on this one. Set over 2 floors, the first floor is cheesey pop and chart with a drag queen DJ talking rubbish over the music and taking the mick out of whoever they see being an arse â€“ which happens to be most people! From entering to leaving it's a mission to get where you want to be in here as they let faaar too many people in and if you go there on a Saturday you won't be able to move for the people! Thursday is the only day I will consider going here, simply because any other night, the management has the audacity to demand £7 entry! It's NOT worth it, in fact I think it's pathetic because they don't even invest that money into a decent air conditioning system for downstairs. People are nice even when they're not 'loved up' and you're bound to have a laugh at the lads taking their tops off to bump n grind with each other. Drinks are standard prices and there's plenty of ice but only on the first floor!
With out a doubt the best club I've been too for a long time! music. people. atmosphere. fabulous! My first time here with partner, great night overall. highly recommend!! x
Traveled down from Scotland... heard a lot of noise about GBAR in Liverpool. Tucked away up a little side street. Once inside we had the choice of different rooms playing a selection of hard house beats a chilling room and something a bit harder downstairs till very very late... well it was light when we left the club. Overall great night, no trouble. Only bad thing to say toilets could be a bit cleaner so 4 out of 5.
Nice girls and boys are few and far between, fag hags, butch birds and the campest of camp. The basement is the place to be if you 'love the beat' it's all dance tunes and there's an actual dance space where you don't get moved every two minutes for people to get through... Overall, an expensive do, but then again, it's open till the trains start so... maybe worthwhile.
"gbar is the best club in Liverpool!" bring back dave booth.