The Cornmarket has been open since the 1700s and is one of Liverpool’s oldest pubs. It is as popular today as it always has been, and for good reason – the pub offers great food, drink and atmosphere in spades, and has stayed true to its traditional history. The pub once shared a strong link with local shipping industries, and the impressive wooden panelling in the dining room, which was salvaged from clipper ship Rio Del Mar, reflects this nautical heritage.
The Cornmarket is conveniently situated near railway stations, local attractions and museums, and is frequented by locals, tourists and business people in need of refreshment. Whether you’re there to enjoy a hearty home-cooked meal or a drink in the bar or beer garden, The Cornmarket offers all visitors the chance to enjoy a well-earned break. You owe yourself a visit to this friendly, traditional pub.
Open: Mon-Sun 11.30am-11.30pm <br><span class=title>Food Served:</span> Mon-Fri 11.30am-4pm