Kazimier Garden located at 32 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BE, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 792 3506

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sasa welch

3 Google Rating

Very chill. Bar staff are friendly and you can have some good banter with them. Drinks are delish an

3/ 5

Very chill. Bar staff are friendly and you can have some good banter with them. Drinks are delish and diverse. Loved the live music. Using the toilets is a traumatizing experience (a lil gross) but apart from that I really liked this place.

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3 Google Rating

Ale beer garden with a single gas heater. I thought there would be more heaters. There weren't. It w

3/ 5

Ale beer garden with a single gas heater. I thought there would be more heaters. There weren't. It was cold. All the beers I wanted to drink had run out so I had a cold half of something passable and shivered in the cold while I drank it. Then I left while I could still feel my toes. Brr. I think it was my own fault I was so cold and maybe I should only go there if I visit again in the summer. Or wear more clothes. I feel like Liverpool should only have an outdoor bar with a lot of heaters or that's only open seasonally. Pack a duvet if you visit before Easter.

George Ruth

4 Google Rating

Loved this place! It's so quirky! I didn't even know it existed until I walked past it and thought I

4/ 5

Loved this place! It's so quirky! I didn't even know it existed until I walked past it and thought I would pop in for a beer. Heaters outside are brilliant as well as the food! Really good place.

Rodney Hewitt

5 Google Rating

Cool place, looks like an old warehouse back yard or alley way , with a covered tin roof and a bar i

5/ 5

Cool place, looks like an old warehouse back yard or alley way , with a covered tin roof and a bar in the corner. They do have an inside area upstairs , they have a heated section outside which looks like an old steam train engine with a fire burning inside. It's really rustic, cold when we called in December, but in the summer it must be amazing. Brilliant selection of craft ales and beers , well worth calling in for a drink

Michael Riley

2 Google Rating

Lovely place, just be aware, regular or not, if you come back later you may be told "no one allowed"

2/ 5

Lovely place, just be aware, regular or not, if you come back later you may be told "no one allowed" as I was, I advise you either get in early and stay or skip altogether after 2000.

seanio casey

5 Google Rating

It's top spot in Liverpool and beyond, not many if any loud obnoxious wools, lively chatter and nic

5/ 5

It's top spot in Liverpool and beyond, not many if any loud obnoxious wools, lively chatter and nicely dressed people, great beer and smokehouse..half open air but warm enough toilets are.communal just so you know. Highly recommend.

Gav Lewis

4 Google Rating

Great little spot and open/slightly covered so was able to smoke a cigar with my mate. Great, filthy

4/ 5

Great little spot and open/slightly covered so was able to smoke a cigar with my mate. Great, filthy burger, so juicy, and the millionaire fries were amazing. Decent range of ales. I'm in my 40s and felt a bit old among the younger, much cooler crowd than me. 😂

Sarah Smith

5 Google Rating

Lovely little place for drinks. Ordered our drinks at the table with an app and were seated in a lov

5/ 5

Lovely little place for drinks. Ordered our drinks at the table with an app and were seated in a lovely booth. Great atmosphere and staff were friendly.

Sheila Birch (Shizzzyb)

5 Google Rating

Great experience , lovely rustic setting in the heart of Liverpool. If you want something different

5/ 5

Great experience , lovely rustic setting in the heart of Liverpool. If you want something different on a night out definitely visit here

James Lawless

4 Google Rating

Beautiful well decorated beer garden, really good tunes and an amazing chilled out vibe. Beers could

4/ 5

Beautiful well decorated beer garden, really good tunes and an amazing chilled out vibe. Beers could be better though I guess.

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