The Grapes Pub Liverpool

 

Located in the historic Georgian Quarter of Liverpool, The Grapes is a pub like no other. Friendly, funky, jazzy, unique, warm, cozy, and just downright cool, The Grapes welcomes everyone with a drink, a smile, and a guarantee you'll be back.

History of The Grapes

The current building is made up of 3 original houses, 35 & 37 Knight Street and 60 Roscoe Street. The back yard was once another 3 storey dwelling, sadly destroyed during WWII, along with the rest of the houses along Roscoe Street.

Knight Street was the first to be built, during the 1780's two brothers, John & James Knight built up both sides of the street. Few of these houses still remain intact today, although some were incorporated into Rodney Street when that was built some years later. In fact if you walk up Knight Street you can see original doorways high up on the sides of the houses which now have Rodney St addresses.

Around 1804 The Grapes was built on Roscoe St on the site of an ancient Tavern (also called The Grapes) but little or nothing is really known about the medieval Grapes.

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History of The Grapes

The current building is made up of 3 original houses, 35 & 37 Knight Street and 60 Roscoe Street. The back yard was once another 3 storey dwelling, sadly destroyed during WWII, along with the rest of the houses along Roscoe Street.

Knight Street was the first to be built, during the 1780's two brothers, John & James Knight built up both sides of the street. Few of these houses still remain intact today, although some were incorporated into Rodney Street when that was built some years later. In fact if you walk up Knight Street you can see original doorways high up on the sides of the houses which now have Rodney St addresses.

Around 1804 The Grapes was built on Roscoe St on the site of an ancient Tavern (also called The Grapes) but little or nothing is really known about the medieval Grapes.

The Famous Grapes’

claim to Beatles’ fame is that it was the pub where the boys would go for a pint in between sets since the Cavern Club didn’t serve alcohol at the time. Located just a few yards away from the Cavern Club on Matthew St, The Famous Grapes is your fairly average English pub which hosts the usual locals and their karaoke nights.

 

The table where the Beatles regularly sat is located in the back where the surrounding walls are decorated with an array of Beatles photos and other memorabilia items. Apparently the story goes that The Beatles would strategically sit at that very table simply due to its proximity to the ladies toilets where the boys could chat up the girls passing by.

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