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McHales, Liverpool - pub details

McHales

Address: 55 Lime Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 1JQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37982) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lime Street Liverpool (0.1 miles), Liverpool Central (0.2 miles), Moorfields (0.5 miles)

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user reviews of McHales, Liverpool

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This pub has been resurrected about 50 yards opposite from where it used to be. It's actually a very smart place, along the walls included pictures of Liverpool, advertisements for Irish stout (Guinness primarily) and spirits, American spirits, American licence plates, the statue of liberty and a sign about the ferry to the statue herself. The pub itself was an all keg affair, with a fruit machine and a few televisions (very expensive ones) with the football on. The barman was friendly and the punters seemed decent folk. I went for a Guinness at 2.95 and it was decent to be fair. I would come back here for a decent lager or Guinness/ keg beer. Worth a look in for anyone else.
Wezzielad - 11 Jun 2017 16:08
as mentioned before full of old pissed up blokes dancing badly,however for a late night venue was good fun and the atmosphere was laid back 7/10 for that reason only
fat_beer_badger - 1 Jun 2011 13:11
Yes it is a bit of a dive. McHales is a dump, full of alcholics singing kareoke. The smokers spill out onto Lime Sreet and partake in the pastime of shouting abuse at the passers-by. I saw one old guy off his face the week and dancing on the vomit and cig-butt covered pavement.

Strangely the Irish American bar next door is part of McHales and often shows the football on TV. And bizarrely doesn't attract the alcholics from McHales. I still wouldn't recommend it though.
mattbeer - 18 Oct 2010 15:08
Ye Gods what is this? I have rarely been in such a disgusting place, at least recently. Iím only glad the solitary bar person was so busy ejecting some low life or other that I didnít get served and got out ASAP. I suppose most 18th Century gin shops had this kind of wretched atmosphere, grotesque customers and bad sweaty smell and so encouraged our ancestors to clean up the licensing laws. An horrible anachronism that makes the Punch & Judy round the corner look inviting.
anonymous - 11 Jun 2009 12:43
Full of people over 60 who spend their days drinking and getting louder and louder. You know the types, they sing (screech) out of tune songs on the last bus home.
It's actually not too bad on Paddys Day, but apart from that i'd rather drink orange juice at home!!!!
Scousefire - 9 Jun 2009 15:23

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