The Clove Hitch

Alex Saint
The Clove Hitch, image courtesy of Trip Adviser

The Clove Hitch is a traditional pub in the Hope Street quarter, nestled amongst the 18th Century Georgian terraces, with a good beer garden, small bistro restaurant – serving locally sourced food – and tiny upstairs gallery. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed, and the gallery can be hired for private use.

23 Hope StreetLiverpoolL1 9BQ View map
Telephone: 0151 709 6574 Visit Now

Services and Facilities

Food, drink, gallery, club nights

Venue permanently closed.

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