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Liverpool’s Baltic triangle; a cutting-edge community filled with pioneering creative work and play. It is the place to be in this flourishing city, filled with innovative ideas and inspirational people. It’s an area not to be missed. Below we have whittled down a few of our favourite places to visit within the triangle, get exploring and enjoy all it has to offer.






An amalgamation of a restaurant, bar, fanpark, conference venue and general hangout, Camp and Furnace have everything you could possibly ask for under one roof. Voted as one of the top 20 coolest restaurants in Britain, you will definitely find yourself in the ‘place to be’.  Open Thursday to Sunday, it is the ultimate weekend destination, a haven to lose yourself, in a world of food, DJ’s and accomplished mixologists. Head down for a night of dancing or an afternoon of Sunday lunching! 





Sat in the heart of the Baltic triangle, this new ceramics studio offers a space for independent makers, a place to create their work in a shared community, full of inspiration and like-minded artists. Offering classes, and all the equipment you could need to start creating your own masterpiece. Whether you are completely new to ceramics or want to improve on your skills, book yourself in for an evening class and release the creative within. 




Considered to be inhabited by 4 ghosts and dating back to the mid 1800’s, this pub is a unique part of Liverpool. With secret tunnels and a cellar, which is used to brew some of the best Ales, it is the only pub to brew on site in Liverpool, giving you a truly local beer from the depths of the city. A perfect location to treat yourself to one of the countless dynamic recipes of ales and a great bit of pub grub in both Summer and Winter. 




Quite literally the best bread you will find in Liverpool, maybe even the UK.  Award winning Sourdough bread, made with time and love. Some breads that come out of this unique bakehouse take up to 72 hours to produce! The Baltic bakehouse is really not a place to be missed, with everyday freshness and a continually changing menu; you are always in for something new and exciting. Check out their bread schedule to catch your favourite bake. Your love for bread will grow deeper each time you visit.





A small, intimate arena, supporting and promoting exciting new work in theatre, music and comedy.  Delivering the best new talent to come out of Liverpool and committed to fresh ideas. Family fun with a contemporary bohemian feel, it tackles controversial issues, bringing you ground breaking drama from one-man shows to physical theatre performance. Get yourself involved or simply go along for the ride.