Suffused with history, Ma Egerton’s Stage Door (simply Ma Egerton’s to regulars) is one of the city centre’s most venerable pubs. Established in 1869, Ma Egerton’s is named after landlady, theatrical agent, and local character Mary Egerton, whose roll-call of loyal pubgoers includes the likes of Frank Sinatra, Harry Houdini, Tom Jones, Laurel & Hardy and Charlie Chaplin. Join this fascinating walk of fame by heading up to central Liverpool’s Pudsey Street, tucked behind the Empire Theatre just off London Road and Lord Nelson Street, and sink a pint of ale, sip a glass of wine, and enjoy some fantastic food like Ma’s Showtime cheeseboard or a pizza from the Old Fashioned Pizza Shop, with generously topped discs named after the various celebrities that have trod the boards at this famous haunt.
One of the best pizzas I've had. Staff really friendly. Great place. Ideal place to go before a show. Would recommend and will go back.
Amazing night. Fantastic atmosphere. Busy lively community spirited pub. Ukulele band were fantastic. Food and beer were spot on. Couldn't ask for anymore. Staff were very friendly.
Three friends and I visited Ma Egerton's for a meal prior to a theatre visit. My friend's had never been to Ma's before. They can't wait to revisit Liverpool and eat at Ma's again. They had Scouse, another first for them, a wholesale, delicious and wipe the dish clean meal. I had a Laurel and Hardy pizza which as always was wonderful. All meals, great value for money. The ambience of the pub was amazing and the staff were competent, courteous and professional.