The Jacaranda is a legend in Liverpool, and is still living thanks to a sensitive refurbishment and reopening in 2014. Generations have passed through the Jac’s Slater Street doors since it first opened in 1958, and the venue is famously the first home of The Beatles. Now, while The Jacaranda remains first and foremost one of the city’s most beloved independent music venues, it’s decided to turn on to the Ropewalks buzzing food and drink scene with a unique restaurant-cafe-bar concept. Take a seat and chuck your favourite record onto the built-in turntables and tune in while you enjoy coffee, cake, cocktails and more. There are also private booths for a proper blissout, but whatever you do don’t pass up on the chance to record your own private press record using the Jac’s 1948 Voice-O-Graph recording machine – one of only two open to the public in the world!
Had a great time at The Jacaranda records and cafe this afternoon with 2 teenage girls. We walked in and asked for a booth, which was set up for us straight away. Was given helpful advice and asked to ask them if we needed any help. There are a range of coffees, soft drinks, cakes, ciders and draft and bottled beers to enjoy whilst browsing the LP's or listening to them in a booth. Friendly, helpful staff. Would definitely make a few more trips here. Perfect for music lovers.
Amazing atmosphere, great choice of vinyl and reasonable prices. This wasn't my first time at the Jac and it won't be the last. Would recommend booking in advance as it's a very popular venue
Boss venue with great heritage and helpful staff. The vinyl room upstairs is a unique hidden gem. Great for chilled drinks on a Sunday, nice vibe.