Philharmonic Dining Rooms, Liverpool

Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Date

15 February 2018

Location

Hope Street, Liverpool
SJ 35571 89879; 53.40177°N, 2.97051°W

Information

The Philharmonic Dining Rooms is a pub and restaurant located diagonally opposite Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. Designed by Welsh-born public-house architect Walter William Thomas (1849-1912) for Irish-born local brewer Robert Cain (1826-1907), ‘The Phil’ was built in 1898 as a gentleman’s club. Renowned for its ornate interior decoration, the Grade II* listed building is now part of the Nicholson’s chain of hostelries.

Further Reading

The Philharmonic Dining Rooms (Historic England);
The Philharmonic Dining Rooms (Nicholson’s)

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