PINS Social Club Liverpool


Danielle Levy, PINS Social Club, PINS Liverpool, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,

Anyone else get super competitive even if you're with a bunch of friends?!? Just me?! Just me! Whilst now feels like a bit of an odd time to be mentioning somewhere that you can go as a brilliant time to hang out with your friends and get out some of that competitive spirit but a couple of weeks back I got the chance to head along to the launch night of PINS Social Club and I wanted to share it all with you so that you can get planning your post-isolation night out.


Danielle Levy, PINS Social Club, PINS Liverpool, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,
Danielle Levy, PINS Social Club, PINS Liverpool, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,
Danielle Levy, PINS Social Club, PINS Liverpool, lifestyle blogger, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,

A couple of weeks back, the exciting email landed in my inbox about the launch of the new PINS Social Club and unfortunately it came at really bad timing as it was smack bang in the middle of my night shifts but I decided to head along with one of my friends from work and have dinner and a non-alcoholic cocktail whilst checking it out before I headed off to work. 

Unfortunately as I'm writing this for you all, I went onto their website to get some more information about what they offer (seen as I had to leave very early!) and they have made the conscious decision to temporarily close PINS doors to protect the public whilst the COVID-19 pandemic is occurring. I was in two minds about whether to even write this blog post but I made the decision to still write the blog post as I think it needs to be added to your list of places to go once things settle down and we no longer need to practice social distancing.

The idea behind PINS Social Club is that they want to take nights out back to more than just going out for a couple of drinks, they want to make going out into a proper event where your competitive streak can come out. Situated on Duke Street (which seems to becoming the new need to be place in town), it's filled with bowling, delicious food and amazing cocktails. For me, it seems the perfect place to head for an evening out, even as someone that's mostly teetotal it's perfect as you don't feel exclude from going out with your friends if you don't drink.

As you would expect it was insanely popular so I had to miss out on trying out the bowling so I'm going to have to head back to put that to the test but I definitely got the chance to try out their food menu and some of their non-alcoholic cocktails. My friend Fliss went for the veggie dog which was a veggie-friendly hot dog topped with guacamole, mayo, ketchup, gherkins, and crispy onions with a side of fries. From what she told me it was really, really good and from seeing other people's burgers and dogs going out they looked incredible. I decided to go more for picky bits that you could easily have on the side with a drink whilst you're bowling so I went for the fried chicken pieces which came in the most delicious chilli and honey pieces with a side of fries. 

The only thing that would make PINS the perfect place for me to go out when I go out, would be if it had a cinema attached or a cinema within a very short walk so that you can enjoy dinner, drinks and bowling then finish it off with a new film. I'm gutted that everything has happened at the minute with the pandemic as I'm dying to go back there for those chicken bites but I'm definitely looking forward to my next visit.

Are you a competitive gamer?

Speak to you next time!
Danielle Levy, Wirral blogger, Liverpool blogger,
*I was invited to the PINS event. All opinions are honest and my own.
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