If you're looking for an establishment that combines the buzz of a city centre bar with the friendly feel of a rural gastropub, then The Hub Alehouse and Kitchen is the place for you.
True to its name, this welcoming grade-II-listed pub is a hub for the local community and visitors alike, and its close proximity to the city's shops and attractions makes The Hub popular with visitors enjoying all the delights that Liverpool has to offer. Inside, the decor is a unique blend of the modern and the traditional, and offers plenty to look at while you're enjoying a pint - there is an impressive copper brewing vessel sitting by the bar, and the traditional copper pots, pans and cooking utensils hanging from the ceiling contrast with modern, chunky wooden furniture.
The home-cooked fare on offer at The Hub is made using the best ingredients sourced from local suppliers in the city, as well as from farms across Cheshire. The lunch and dinner menus offer everything from light bites, pizzas and nibbles to classic pub dishes and innovative mains. The delicious Cask Ale Battered Fish and ‘Proper' chips, the ever-popular slow roasted baby back ribs and the fantastic ‘Hub Grill' will delight even the most discerning foodies, and are even better when enjoyed with one of The Hub's well-chosen wines, cask ales or classic cocktails. To finish, try the sherry fruit trifle with hundreds and thousands - it's one of the many traditional puddings available at The Hub, and is a real treat for diners with a sweet tooth. Those with a more savoury palate will love the rustic cheeseboard, which features, among others, the delicious Mrs Appleby's Cheshire Red and the Owd Timer Lancashire.
Walk through hidden rooms and discover the stories locked in the wartime bunker that protected the tactics and secrets of the British Armed Forces plotting to bulwark the Western Approaches and aid the Allied victory.