The Reds right-back was 26 last Wednesday, and made the most of some time off after helping his side to a 2-1 win over Stoke with a big bash at the popular Albert Dock night spot.
Clyne made his grand entrance in a Rolls Royce Phantom on Saturday evening, alongside his pal, DJ Abel, who uploaded plenty of action from the night onto his Instagram account this week.
Liverpool stars Gini Wijnaldum and Daniel Sturridge were also reportedly at the bash, which was believed to have taken place on Saturday evening.
Clyne, who signed for the Reds from Southampton for a reported £12m in 2015, even managed to try his hand at a DJ set, with UK Grime artist Mo Stack performing at the event.
Earlier in the day, Clyne had helped Jurgen Klopp's side to a huge three points in their top-four quest against Mark Hughes' Stoke.
Klopp named something of an experimental side as Clyne was named as a left-wing back for the first half, and the Reds struggled against the Potters in the opening 45 minutes, with Jon Walters giving the home side the lead.
However, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino's arrival from the substitutes' bench proved to be inspired as the Brazil internationals struck a goal apiece to keep the Reds third.
Coutinho, who was only fit enough to play 45 minutes after struggling with illness all last week, converted with a smart finish on 70 minutes to overtake Middlesbrough legend Juninho as the Premier League's all-time leading Brazilian scorer with 30.
And Firmino gave the Reds the lead two minutes later with a superb dipping volley as Liverpool secured an important victory.
The Reds return to action when they travel to West Brom on Sunday afternoon.