The name Liverpool Arms is a relic of the era when steamships piled between Liverpool and Menai Bridge. The Liverpool Arms was built in 1843 to cater for visitors landing from Liverpool for whom J.W. Thomas, the proprietor in 1910, was offering ‘breakfast, dinner and teas at moderate charges.
The low building opposite the pier gates was a warehouse occupied by John Owen Edwards, a wholesale grocer, who was ideally situated to receive his supplies by sea. The old building was later demolished, and a larger warehouse erected on the site, which can be seen today as it stands to the right of the pub.
Today keeping up with the times The Liverpool Arms is a warm and friendly gastropub but still keeps its charms by being the last remaining nautical-themed pub in the town.
You will find The Liverpool Arms warm and engaging, combining character and style which is sure to draw you in.