PUB WALK number 3 - BOOTLE
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There are a few pubs in Bootle a short walk apart. Many bus routes operate to Strand Road in Bootle and the Southport trains on the Merseyrail Northern Line operate through Bootle.
Buses 47, 52, 53, 54, 55, 300 & X2 operate from the City Centre to Bootle and stop outside the Cat & Fiddle on the ground floor of St Martins building on Stanley Road. The 60 and 81 buses from Aigburth and Speke also cross Stanley Road. People travelling by train can walk along Trinity Road from Oriel Road station.
The Cat & Fiddle usually has tree beers available, a house beer, a beer from Liverpool Organic and another guest ale. The pub was built with the office block in the sixties and is still busy at lunch times and when live football is being shown.
On the other side of Stanley Road, on the corner of Merton Road, is the Wetherspoon Pub, the Merton. There is always a good selection of beer available here.
Continue up Merton Road and turn left into Litherland Road to find the Jawbone. This pub has just been awarded the branch's community pub of the year. Like its sister pub, the Cat & Fiddle, there are normally three beers available here, one usually from Liverpool Organic. Paninis are available to eat up to 10.00pm and Sunday lunch is popular.
Continue walking along Litherland Road and after crossing the canal turn left along Strand Road that will bring you to the commercial centre of Bootle. There are two pubs on the ground floor of the Triad Building. One is Yate's Bootle. Like other pubs in this chain, food now dominates here. Two beers are usually on, Greene King IPA and Bombardier.
At the other end of the building is another Wetherspoon pub, the Wild Rose. Eight hand pumps ensure there is always a good selection of beers here.
Should you still wish to visit another pub after touring Bootle pubs, you can catch a number 53 bus up to Seaforth, Alight on Cambridge Road and walk down Rawson Road to the Cock & Seaman. Here there are normally two beers available, often locales.
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