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Built as a merchant’s house in 1745, The Monro resides on Duke Street in one of Liverpool’s oldest buildings.

Our Grade II listed building became home to The Monro in 1817 when the premises were licensed as a beer, wine and spirit merchant.


Now a warm and welcoming public house, The Monro offers a contemporary twist on our city’s maritime heritage.


Step inside and you’ll be greeted by our roaring log fire and treated like a long-lost friend.


Choose from our selection of craft beers and ales, imported and local lagers, wines, spirits and classic cocktails.


Then pull up a pew and relax. The world outside can wait.

Check out our rich history

Our Values

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Mad on recycling. From oil to glass and cardboard, we hate waste! Early adopters of low energy consumption. Founding signatory to Sustainable Fish City.



We create jobs for local people because we're owned by local people.  The money that you spend is spent locally and not sent off to a head office or a tax haven.

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Genuinely fresh, in-season ingredients, bought locally since 2003. All are ethically sourced. We believe the highest standards of animal welfare are a must.

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