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Liverpool is one of Englands largest cities and arguably the most famous and fashionable outside London. As a thriving seaport of some 1.5 million, the city is a melting pot of diverse cultures and peoples. Liverpools LGBT community has found it's groove, heading down the same path as the city itself, which in 2000... More
Bars & Clubs in LiverpoolThis is NOT a gay barI was utterly disappointed in Garlands--starting with the rude doorman and paying a tenner to get in. The club was literally 5% gay and 100% students. This should not be listed as a gay bar as it is teeming with teenagers who are not gay and are there to listen to house music. I really had high expectations with Garlands but was actually angry my entire visit there. If you want to be around straight children who want to hear house music, this is the place for you. If you are looking for a gay bar in the traditional sense, go across the street to G Bar-- was 95% gay and the music was fun and enjoyable and the clientele much more of what I expect in a gay bar. I am writing this review immediately upon return to my hotel because I was so disappointed in the experience I had at Garlands. What a waste of 10 quid.First to Review
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POPULAR BARS & CLUBS
1. The Masquerade (9 fans)
Liverpool's friendliest gay bar
2. The Lisbon (6 fans)
Popular traditional gay pub
3. Navy Bar (4 fans)
Liverpool's "gay and gorgeous" bar
4. Poste House (4 fans)
Small gay frequented bar with mix of all ages
5. GBar (3 fans)
Liverpool's busiest after-hours gay club