Looking for a food, drink or just a good time?
The Baltic Triangle in the heart of Liverpool is the place for you.
Since January 2012, £128 million has been invested in the Baltic Triangle area and it is only getting better.
At the beginning of 2018 it was announced that the city council had appointed LDA Design (the team behind the regeneration of the Olympic Park in London) to ensure success in the future.
Below are some great things to do and places to visit in the Baltic Triangle:
Bongos Bingo and Camp and Furnace
It was the birthplace of the well known and loved Bongos Bingo at Camp and Furnace.
A newly renovated warehouse en-capturing an industrial yet modern vibe – sounds like the perfect place for a rave if you ask me.
There is not just Bongos Bingo however, they have lots of unique events throughout the year.
And quite possibly the best, a Eurovision themed party… Ok, maybe not the best in the UK but certainly in Liverpool.
There is also a load of other events so there is bound to be an event for the football fans, music masters and film buffs amongst you.
The Baltic Market
The Baltic Triangle is best known for the Baltic Market which gets bigger and better every day!
With a range of food from around the world, from Vietnamese street food to Neapolitan style pizzas.
It is also home to Hafla Hafla and their amazing halloumi fries.
If all this appeals to you, be quick as the Baltic Market change their traders often so don’t miss out on some of the best pop-up food in Liverpool.
They also have a number of events such a farmers market with fine art, magnificent jewellery and the best bath bombs in the world.
Quiz nights with different themes each month and live music events.
In the summer, the Baltic market is transformed; with an incredible atmosphere, live music and experimental drinks it is 100% the spot for everyone to enjoy.
Open till late Thursday – Sunday
Mixing cocktails, street food and crazy golf, it is a great laugh for you and your friends.
It is just £10 to play the 18-hole course, there is a great heated outdoor bar area, with local DJs coming to show off their newest music.
If you’re looking for more of a relaxed night, the Baltic Fleet is a great place to unwind after a long busy week with a couple of drinks and some good old classic pub grub.
And the place that has it all, whether you’re looking for a drink and a dance, somewhere to chill with friends or after work drinks with colleagues, Constellations is the place for you.
The Baltic Triangle has lots of vintage shops and traders.
During the Baltic Market events, they have independent local traders, selling the best they have.
They also have a vinyl store, they’re coming back in to fashion now, so you can find old and new records, just take a look!
There is also the Baltic Bakery where you can eat in, take out and even order online.
The Baltic Triangle is a very creative space. It has a street (Jamaica Street) dedicated to street art.
Where local and people from further afield have displayed their art on the streets brick wall.
The most known painting on the wall is Paul Curtis’ Liver Bird wings.
There is also a large painting of Jürgen Klopp, the Liverpool Football Club Manager and just across the road from that, there is a statue of a giant rat!
Local Coffee Shops and Cafés
Close to all this street art you have some amazing café and coffee shops. 92 degrees is a local independent coffee shop.
They first began in Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter by the Philharmonic Hall. However they have now expanded to another two locations in Liverpool and have one on Jamaica Street, right by the amazing street art!
There is also, in the heart of the Baltic Triangle, Coffee and Fandisha. Described as ‘Liverpool’s coolest coffee bar’ it is sure to be something to check out and it makes the perfect place to get an Instagram or two.
These are just a few of the great places that the Baltic Triangle has to offer for more, go check it out.
It is less than a 30 minute walk from all of our Liverpool student accommodation!