Tucked away next to an old car park with a black gated door, you'd be forgiven for overlooking this hideaway as one of Liverpool's coolest haunts.
The entrance on 32 Seel Street leads you into the curious hub of the Kazimier gardens. Mellow and rustic by day it's often home to a wealth of live music, vintage and craft fairs, film screenings, plays, and even the occasional drinks masterclass (booze optional). Grab yourself an icecream float while checking out the décor (fairy lights, wooden stalls and even the odd boat seat if you're lucky.) While you're at it, be sure to indulge in some of the delicious freshly prepared street food on offer while relaxing on the mezzanine roof terrace too.
Enter the Kazimier from 4-5 Wolstenholme Square entrance later on in the night and you're met with a bustling hub of delights within. Primarily the host of ticketed events, the hexagonal shaped venue perfectly encompasses a small indoor stage, ideal for getting up close and personal with your favourite act of the night. Failing that you can always head up to the inward facing balconies either side of the stage for an equally respectable view. To the ground floor you're faced with an intimate bar, cosy smoking area, and depending on the events of the night, a second outdoor stage which opens within The Garden
Supplying its adoring public with quality pale ales and signature cocktails, while the Kaz prices don't break the bank, it's still a gentle reminder that you're far from 2-4-1 alcopop territory here.
Arguably once considered to have an almost cult following in its earlier years, the venue is host to the most diverse range of live music you could hope to find anywhere in the city. From festivals to DJ sets, to live krunk bands, to psychedelia nights, everyone is sure to be catered for. The Kaz was even recently host to the return of Jamie T after his 4 year live show hiatus.
Ultimately, whether you're in the mood to relax or let loose and dance like nobody's watching, there's no judgement here as the all-round good atmosphere is second to none. I urge you to experience it for yourself.