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Liverpool is a sports town with no little pedigree: this is the home of the football temples of Anfield and Goodison Park, of boxers of the standard of Tony Bellew and John Conteh and the world renowned sports venues such as the Aintree Racecourse and the Royal Liverpool Golf Club. So it stands to reason that the quality of sports bar will be suitably superb, and if you head to Shooters Sports Bar in the city centre, then you’ll not be disappointed. They offer all the TVs, all the beers, all the food and all the atmosphere that you want from your Liverpool Sports Bar. Those big games will get busy, though, so book well in advance before you head to Shooters Sports Bar on Thomas Steers Way.
Great seats, good service and lovely food, our waitress was Chloe and she was amazing! Nothing was too much trouble for her, she was happy and helpful
Very friendly and helpful staff team, was very impressed, look forward to going again soon, yer yer yer yer yer yer yer yer yer yer ( had to use my 25 minimum words lol
Great table, great food, great big screens. Someone cleared away our cans before we'd drank them, but they were replaced immediately! Will definitely go again
Whether it be the School of Science at Everton or the legions of European Cups at Anfield, the heavyweight titles, the Olympic gold medals or the great days out for the Grand National and the Open at Royal Liverpool, there can be few cities in the UK that are as well known and well loved for their sporting prowess. The Scouse public take their sports very seriously, and they know that if you can’t get a ticket for the big game, then you need to do the next best thing. Thusly, there are plenty of sports bars in Liverpool, and among the very best of them is Shooters Sports Bar on Thomas Steers Way in the city centre.
Shooters boasts everything that you need to enjoy the big match in the requisite style. They’ve got more television screens than a branch of Comet, a huge diversity of beers and spirits to help you toast victories and drown your sorrows after a defeat and, of course, a menu of bar meals to keep you fed throughout the event. The menu takes in hotdogs, burgers, butties and pizza – crowd-pleasing favourites – alongside a range of flat breads, nachos, fish and chicken. Book yourself and your mates a table for one of their events – football, rugby, UFC, boxing and more – and make a move to Shooters for the best sports bar in Liverpool city centre.