Historical pub in Liverpool named after the pub’s longest-serving landlady, Mary Egerton. Having been built in 1864, this pub has gathered a rich history. Especially considering its location being behind the Empire theatre, it became a popular spot renowned performers such as Frank Sinatra and Charlie Chaplin visited. Nowadays, its popularity still holds up with many people coming for some Read more…
Welcome to the
The Fabric District
The Fabric District brings together spaces to live, work and play.
We are a vibrant, mixed-use, residential, commercial, leisure and cultural neighbourhood, where independent business, creativity and talent is nurtured.
How to find us
Less than five minutes walk from Lime Street station, the Fabric District is located in Islington, Liverpool – the historic heart of the city’s textiles trade.
At the heart of the Fabric District is London Road, with Liverpool’s cultural quarter at one end and its universities at the other.
The stretch is punctuated by Monument Place, a grand market square surrounded by elegant architecture and home to the UK’s first TJ Hughes department store.
Why come to The Fabric District?
Small independent businesses are the beating heart of The Fabric District.
Follow the buttons below to explore what the area has to offer, and learn why more and more small businesses are calling Fabric District their home, or click here to view the full directory.