Cafes in Liverpool

Cafes for the best coffees, breakfasts and brunch in the city

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    Jacaranda Records Ltd – Cafe/Bar & Vinyl Store

    Not living in the city centre anymore it has become one of my goals to visit the recently reopened Jacaranda whenever I’m in town. My first visit was always going to be one of apprehension and nerves. A famous historical venue for the city certainly, but on a personal level it was one of my most frequented haunts as a student. Three floors that all offered something different in terms of a vibe; you could get bottles of Stella…

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    New Nail Spa & Cafe; ‘Lifestyle Collective’ Bringing New Life To Liverpool’s Beauty Scene On Allerton Road

    Lifestyle Collective sits snugly towards the Mossley Hill end of Allerton Road, it’s signage on the outside is an early indicator of what to expect from this stylish new nail spa and cafe, on the inside. Lifestyle Collective is here to promote ‘a fresh new concept for Liverpool’s beauty scene’ – and that is to create more than just another nail spa. They are creating an environment where you can meet up with friends, relax…

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    The Brink Encourages Guests To Go ‘Tea-Total’ To Celebrate Worldwide Afternoon Tea

    To celebrate Worldwide Afternoon Tea this week (Wednesday, 18), The Brink is encouraging its customers to go ‘tea-total’. In the hopes of creating ‘a great British experience’, the popular Parr Street venue will serve a selection of Afternoon Tea variations that are ideal for those with both a savoury and sweet tooth. General Manager Carl Bell said: “What better way to celebrate Worldwide Afternoon Tea than with mid-day munchies and a nice big cuppa –…

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    The Interesting Eating Company Set To Serve A ‘Flipping Fabulous’ Mother's Day Breakfast

    The Interesting Eating Company located on Allerton Road is preparing to cook up a storm in the kitchen this Mother’s Day. In the hopes of giving ‘mum a day off’, directors Nichola Lee and Andrea Edwards will provide mums and families with a wide range of all-the-frills breakfasts, ideal for those with both a sweet tooth and savoury palates. Nichola said: “This Mother’s Day we want to take the stress off mum by preparing the…

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    Global Scouse Day 2015; Saturday 28th February

    Are you proud of Liverpool but unsure how to show it? Do you look at holidays like St Paddy’s Day and Burns Night with an overwhelming jealousy? Fancy a pan of scouse and need an excuse to eat more of it? Then you’ll be made up to discover that Saturday 28th February is Global Scouse Day. A day dedicated solely to the culinary success that is scouse. How boss is that? And taking part couldn’t…

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    The Interesting Eating 'The Battle of The Breakfasts' For National Breakfast Week

    With National Breakfast Week underway, The Interesting Eating Company on Allerton Road is hosting a ‘Battle of the Breakfasts’. Until Saturday (January 31), customers will judge the ultimate culinary contest between both UK and USA inspired breakfast dishes. Directors Nichola Lee and Andrea Edwards will encourage diners at the Allerton Road eatery to vote for their favourite morning meal throughout the week, resulting in a winner being crowned the ultimate champion! Nichola said: “As The…

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    City Celebrates Launch of New Hatton Garden Eatery Barley & Beans

    Hatton Garden’s newest eatery Barley & Beans has received the city’s seal of approval as part of its official launch. More than 50 guests descended on the quirky venue to welcome its recent arrival and meet director Nick Strauss and his team. As well as raising a toast to the eatery, local businesses from around the area sampled Barely & Beans’ innovative food, which put a contemporary twist on all-time favourites. Nick said: “The team…

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    'Barley & Beans' Cafe & Bar; Review

    Barley & Beans is a relaxed and informal place in a quieter area of town.  A stone’s throw from Moorfields and the Ship & Mitre (a mighty fine real ale pub), the menu boasts one of the most authoritative breakfast/brunch selections in the city.  As the proprietor states, breakfast should not be wasted, confined to the am.  Afternoon breakfast should not be the sole domain of the bleary-eyed, hungover student.  If you want Eggs Benedict…

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    Vice's MUNCHIES Food Channel Feature Liverpool In 'The Guide To The North'

    Vice’s MUNCHIES food channel have teamed up with Hungryhouse to create a 5-part series called ‘The Guide to the North’ – exploring food culture in all its weird and wonderfulness in the North of England – we feel it’s a really under-explored area on the UK food map. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBqsScfZOAU] The first episode was around Whitby and Middlesborough, and episode two, focuses on Blackpool, and Liverpool – including traditional Scouse at Maggie Mays, The Baltic Bakehouse,…

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    The Brink Installs Artwork Inspired By Local Artist's Road To Recovery

    The Brink has unveiled its revamped social space, following the installation of multiple recovery inspired artwork. Created by local artist Leon Jakeman, who was commissioned by the popular Parr Street eatery and social hub, the wall art showcases a series of dynamic splatter creations. Not only do the abstract paintings add more vibrancy to the already colourful venue, they also explore Leon’s mixed emotions during his road to recovery. He said: “It gives me great…

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    New Coffee Bar And Lounge Barley & Beans Opens Its Doors In The Heart of Hatton Garden

    The city’s commercial district has welcomed a new coffee bar and lounge ‘with a difference’ in the form of Barley & Beans. Located at 17 Hatton Garden, the independent brand provides customers with first class food and drink around the clock, serving a wide selection of signature classics including all-day full English breakfasts, sandwiches, burgers and light bites – whilst also housing a fully-licensed bar complete with signature cocktails. Director Nick Strauss said: “Our aim…

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    Carringtons Catering Judges Pre-Season Food Frenzy At The Courtyard Cafe

    Carringtons Catering has judged a star-studded football cook off at Nugent Care’s new social enterprise, Courtyard Café. The showdown saw Master Chef of Great Britain and Director of Carringtons, Darren Wynn critique the culinary efforts of ex Liverpool player, Phil Thompson and Blues legend, Graham Stuart. After battling it out, the three-time European Cup winner pipped Stuart to the post and was crowned Courtyard Cooking Champion of 2014. Throughout the day, a trio of action…

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    Cuthbert’s Bakehouse; Review

    It was only the other day I was thinking that there isn’t enough vintage tea shops around, and then I came across a cute little bakery – right in the centre of Mount Pleasant. My friend and I were stunned when we spotted the little bakehouse, expecting a massive colourful sign that shows off and is a bit too much in your face, but instead it was a simple black sign that we almost walked…

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    The Brink; Afternoon Tea

    The Brink has always been a favourite of ours. Since it opened in 2011 it has led the way in creating a diverse and imaginative dry bar and eatery as well as playing host to up and coming musicians and performers. It has become an integral part of Liverpool’s social scene.   We headed down on a sunny Saturday afternoon in need of a sit down and some serious refreshments. Opting for the afternoon tea…

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    ‘Peepl’; The New Project From Independent Liverpool Celebrating Independent’s Day

    4th July is around the corner, and why is that important to me I hear you say? Well, other than Independence Day there’s something that Independent Liverpool has cooked up for us locals… When the fourth comes around, we will be given the chance to get all kinds of amazing discounts from our original and local shops, bars and restaurants, including The Richmond Hotel, Resurrection, Soul Café, House and Djangos Riff amongst many, many more. In…

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    ‘Maray’ The Force Be With You; Maray, Bold Street, Review

    Your nan would be horrified by Maray- unfinished wooden tables, school chairs, bare concrete floor and pictures on the walls that are definitely NOT horses running through the waves on a beach. Everyone else will love it. It’s kind of ace. Achingly hip but friendly and unsnooty. Seating is mainly one long table through the middle, with some smaller tables towards the back and some bench seating round the sides. There’s a short, sharp lunchtime…

  • The Egg Cafe; Review

    The Egg Cafe; Review

    Whilst out and about in Liverpool, any vegan, or even vegetarian, may find it fairly difficult to discover a café or restaurant skilled in this specific meatless cuisine and dietary requirement. However, open 9am-10:30pm on the weekdays and 10am-10:30pm on the weekend, located a stone’s throw away from the central train station and down a quiet street covered in creative street art, The Egg Café can be found behind a rustic entrance and up two flights…

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    East Avenue Bakehouse Is Rising Fast

    This new addition to the eclectic and already vibrant Bold Street is not just your average café. This all female-led bakehouse opened its doors on 8th coincide with International Women’s Day and has already made a blooming impression on the foodies of Liverpool. Named after the street where the business partners, Jo Byers and Charlotte and Ellie Jones, grew up, East Avenue Bakehouse (EAB) prides itself on their speciality breads, which are all freshly baked…

  • Baltic Social; Another Sparkle In The Ever Growing Baltic Triangle

    Baltic Social; Another Sparkle In The Ever Growing Baltic Triangle

    Do you like shiny, glitzy places? Do you like indifferent service from po-faced staff? Do you like overpriced food that’s style over substance? Yes? Well, you go find somewhere like that, go on, and leave the rest of us to enjoy the lovely Baltic Social. You really wouldn’t like it… Where Elevator used to be, on Parliament Street it’s a great space with stripped wooden floors, an eclectic mix of furniture, twinkly lights and loads…

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    ThEATre; The Everyman Bistro

    The Daily Telegraph reported last week that, as the fabulous new Everyman Theatre opened, Liverpool got its ‘heartbeat’ back, based on a quote from Gemma Bodinetz, the theatre’s Artistic Director. The article referred to the old subterranean bistro as a place where ‘plots were hatched and love affairs blossomed over bowls of spaghetti and flasks of cheap red wine’. No spaghetti on the menu of the new bistro and no sign of any flasks of…