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Nook & Cranny Egg Cafe

For one night only, Nook & Cranny’s brand new event space will be taken over by Egg Cafe as it boasts a 7-course global banquet. The upcoming pop-up restaurant has already attracted enthusiastic foodies from all corners of the region with a show-stopping vegetarian and vegan menu to whet the appetite and truly tickle the tastebuds.

Nook & Cranny relaunched with a bang on the retail scene last month as the brand expanded into a sizeable shop on Liverpool’s bustling Bold Street. A Dia de los Muertos themed press launch saw local artists, fellow independents and media alike come together at the unit, which now houses a unique in-store events venue.

The brand new space will play host to a varied event series developed by the newly expanded team at Nook & Cranny. The ongoing programme recently featured a highly successful terrarium workshop and continues with a guest appearance from the city’s leading vegan and vegetarian diner, Egg Cafe.

A refreshing alternative to the myriad of burger joints and ‘meateries’, Egg Cafe caters for those who are more herbivore-inclined. Building up a loyal fan base on its spicy bean burgers and hearty soups, tucked away in a Newington attic, this rustic establishment is adored by regulars and visitors alike.

Just as is customary in the bohemian restaurant, guests are welcome to BYOB and bring along their own tipple of choice to enjoy with the exclusively designed menu. Dishes will include ingredients from a variety of continents, cultures and cuisines and aims to open the minds of devout meat-eaters and continue to delight regulars on the vegetarian dining scene.

Manager of Egg Cafe, Cyrus Gerrish, said:

“We are excited and honoured to be hosting our pop up restaurant at Nook & Cranny. It will be a great way for people to introduce friends to vegetarian food and broaden their culinary horizons by sampling different foods in cosy, informal setting. The menu takes influence from a number of cuisines from around the world. There is something for everybody as all of the dishes are delicious!”

Cyrus added:

“It’s great to work with other independents in Liverpool. Egg Cafe will be joining the Independent Liverpool card very soon so keep an eye on the website.”

For more information or to book your place go to Tickets cost £19.80 and will be allocated on a first come first served basis so catch ‘em while you can!

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