The bars typically opens minutes prior to each game. Anyone can come to the bar, but if you are under 21, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For big games, we would always recommend getting to the bar as early as possible to gain entry, especially in the 11th Street.
For a Champions League quarter-final, it was as close to routine as conceivable, even though Porto created enough moments of encouragement to show there is plenty of hard work left for Liverpool to complete the job.
It was loud and dynamic enough when it needed to be, just incomparable to those nights against Roma and Manchester City. That is not a criticism, more another example of the growth of this Liverpool side, controlling the pace of the game in the second half as Porto attempted to create an end-to-end, frantic encounter.
He has used it often recently. Liverpool now playing with sustained power rather than in frenetic bursts. Mohamed Salah had enough opportunities to make it more comfortable.
Yet Klopp was still confident enough to replace Sadio Mane and Firmino before the end. It is not often a Champions League quarter-final feels like the second most important game of the week.
Klopp refuted that claim, of course, insisting his players are living only for the moment. There is less anxiety and more confidence.
Less pressure? That would be a stretch as the pursuit on an elusive first trophy continues. It sounds suspiciously like a psychological ploy, intended to relax his players. It worked. Newsletter Promotion - Chris Bascombe's Liverpool briefing Porto carried the scars of the defeat last season and their revenge mission was brave.
Their formation was as aspirational as any side visiting Anfield this season, but there is a fine line between ambitious and reckless and for a while they appeared to fall on the wrong side. They were technically sound in midfield and never shy of leaving their defenders exposed.
It made for an entertaining game, Liverpool facing a rare problem on their own turf in having to monitor numerous attacking threats, powerful runner Moussa Marega especially dangerous. Yet the Porto defence was playing such a high line they were virtually on the halfway line, ensuring the most basic ball over the top would exploit the pace of Salah and Mane.
So it proved. Not a work of beauty, but effective. Liverpool are cruising A clinical team move presents Roberto Firmino with a tap-in That ball from Jordan Henderson pic.
Salah could have scored twice.
First he volleyed directly at the keeper. Then he scuffed a 22nd-minute shot wide with only Casillas to beat. The second came when Henderson demonstrated his playmaking abilities, his perfectly-weighted pass to Trent Alexander-Arnold enabling the full-back to feed Firmino for a tap-in.
Henderson was outstanding in the advanced role he requested. It looks like he will be staying there for a while. Porto did not wither. Alisson was twice called upon to deny Marega, and a VAR call spared Alexander-Arnold the concession of a penalty when he handled off the pitch. A European and domestic double to put Klopp on the same pedestal as Bob Paisley and Joe Fagan looks increasingly plausible.
Strangely, not too many are talking about the possibility. Klopp will like that, but the lack of hype is not out of courtesy.
Few are really convinced it will happen. Maybe they believe Europe is not enough of a priority. The evidence suggests otherwise. Every time he has led the club in Uefa competition they have reached the final. No wonder he calls this his dream team. The only problem has been the nightmare when trying to overcome those final hurdles.
At home and Europe, they have nine of them left this season. The chances of Jurgen Klopp admitting that to the TV cameras in a few minutes are slim, but this was a conveniently fuss-free way to start a very busy period that could define the progress of Liverpool's twin objectives.
They will go to Portugal next week with plenty of work still to do, and there is a strong argument this could have been settled before half-time. On the other hand, an away goal at the Estadio Dragao will mean Porto will need four Compared to Pep Guardiola tonight, Klopp will sleep easy enough.
Liverpool have about three-quarters of a foot in the semi-finals. It looks rather like a red The tie isn't dead and buried, but they're certainly in better shape than Manchester City, who now trail Spurs !
Still ? Liverpool sub: Sadio Mane off, Divok Origi on. Liverpool deal with the outswinger with ease.