Perhaps the pub in Liverpool that can stake the most claim to being a Beatles pub (there are many). Back in the day John Lennon and his art school buddies drank regularly in Ye Cracke.
You wouldn’t know it these days, as Ye Cracke is an honest pub without gimmickry or much in the way of modern accoutrements.
While you can watch a TV in the front snug, most people gather at Ye Cracke to talk and enjoy the atmosphere. There’s also a large beer garden out back that catches the sun beautifully in summer.
Inside are a number of spaces including the enigmatic War Office; a tiny snug built for war bores to trade stories of derring-do without annoying fellow drinkers.