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Went here on a trip to Liverpool as I’m a huge John Lennon fan and this was his favourite pub before he was in the Beatles. Proper old school pub. Lovely people we met but if you’re not thick skinned, you could be in for...More
I know it is what it is and it's just a boozer so I don't expect cocktail flarers or anything out the ordinary.. But i'm still a customer and I expect to be treated with respect! I visited 2 weeks ago with some friends and...More
We came in based on a recommendation from someone we met at another pub.
We were pleased to find this place had a good drink selection and welcoming service. Bartender Zaria (sp) made us feel at home.
If we ever return to Liverpool, Ye Cracke...More
This is a real old style pub with a tremendous cross section of customers, lots of who are very Bohemian. The pub is known for being the favourite watering hole of artists and poets, including John Lennon and Adrian Henry to name but two. Plaques,...More
An excellent old-style pub - originally built in 19th century - with several rooms & a "snug" being the oldest part of the pub.
Bar staff were pleasant & efficient - reasonably quick service despite the bar area being busy.
Most importantly for a pub...More
We popped in for a last drink 5 mins before closing time. Atmospheric old place with plenty of effing and blinding by some scousers but that adds to the ambience.
However, what put us off was the barman calling time ti just us and saying...More
Visited this pub with my brother on his birthday. He was revisiting old haunts. Now, he will not go into the cracke again after being served beer in a plastic glass. He queried this with the barmaid and readily enough she changed it into a...More