The Zanzibar Club is located at 43 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4AZ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Zanzibar Club and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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HiImZuza .

5 Google Rating

The place is great and an amazing place to hang out at. I was there Sat, my boyfriends gig, and I ma

5/ 5

The place is great and an amazing place to hang out at. I was there Sat, my boyfriends gig, and I made some of the greatest memories I've ever made with friends and family.

Darren Wright

4 Google Rating

Great to see live fresh new music given opportunities to shine .Well done Zanzibar

4/ 5

Great to see live fresh new music given opportunities to shine .Well done Zanzibar

Isaac Davidson

5 Google Rating

Great staff and decent sized venue for local acts

5/ 5

Great staff and decent sized venue for local acts

Joris FERRERE

5 Google Rating

Little pub with live music, very nice to discover good group want to start

5/ 5

Little pub with live music, very nice to discover good group want to start

JoshCarter

5 Google Rating

Very cosy and welcoming staff, not too big or small and is perfect for locally famous bands. Thanks

5/ 5

Very cosy and welcoming staff, not too big or small and is perfect for locally famous bands. Thanks for a great day out.

Edmund Smith

5 Google Rating

This place is amazing and always has a super atmosphere and I always feel safe in it. The staff are

5/ 5

This place is amazing and always has a super atmosphere and I always feel safe in it. The staff are phenomenal towards everyone.

Paul Forshaw

5 Google Rating

Great little club, with an excellent sound system for live bands. Top that off with friendly staff a

5/ 5

Great little club, with an excellent sound system for live bands. Top that off with friendly staff and reasonable bar prices. Worth checking out.

milwrman

4 Google Rating

Great atmosphere even when the small bands are on. Friendly staff but try and keep the beer prices l

4/ 5

Great atmosphere even when the small bands are on. Friendly staff but try and keep the beer prices low for the students.

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  • Sunday17:00 - 02:00
  • Monday18:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday18:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday18:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday18:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday18:00 - 02:00

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