Liverpool Arms Menai Bridge

A warm welcome to all our customers at the Liverpool Arms Menai Bridge, Where we strive to provide excellent service and good quality home cooked food. We endeavour to source our products wherever possible from local suppliers and insist on only using the best freshest ingredients to produce our meals. We hope you enjoy your visit from Robert, Carys and Staff.

The Liverpool Arms (LA) or Livvy as it known locally, is a traditional pub and the last remaining local nautically themed pub. Recently underwent a total refurbishment we re-opened on the 22nd of December, located opposite the well-used Porth Daniel boatyard on St George's Road in the town of Menai Bridge. The town is situated in an urban area that is larger than a village but smaller than a city. Today Menai Bridge is a small but upmarket tourist town.

Standing on the banks of the Menai strait, Menai Bridge is historically a port town known as the ‘gateway to Anglesey’.
The town was made famous by the building of Thomas Telfords suspension bridge, which opened in 1826.

The town sits between the towns of Beaumaris to the east and Llanfair Pwll to the west. It has a current population of approximately 3,850. It is a busy little town with a wide range of businesses, amenities and buildings.