Cellar 24 has access to over 600 retro video games ranging from iconic titles such as Street Fighter to Mario Kart (a £10 deposit is needed to play the games but this is returned when a handset or game is given back).
The bar is based in the city’s Ropewalks area (Wood St) in the basement of what was Djangos Riff and is a licenced space for 150 people.
As well as its games bar, Cellar 24 has a number of pool tables, beer pong and host's live music. popular with the student and music crowd.
Local independent artist, Paul Curtis, who is probably most famous for his, “For All Liverpool’s Liver Birds” street art, was commissioned to produce aerial-view paintings of the city centre for the Cellar 24’s interiors.
Customers can design their own gin, choosing a gin brand, tonic and garnish to finish, they also have six-pint beer towers, which you can’t get anywhere else currently.