Alongside a hefty beer selection that includes over thirty draft lines, bottles and cans, BrewDog Liverpool cooks up snacks, burgers, wings and more. Go vegan with seitan bites and buffalo cauliflower or tuck into on mac n cheese and chorizo dogs.
Best Brunch In Liverpool
If there's one thing weekends were made for, it's got to be stuffing yourself with some of the best brunches in Liverpool. From runny poached eggs and salmon through to fluffy pancakes topped with bacon, this mid-afternoon ritual is our favourite way to eat. Whether you're on a date, meeting a friend, or catching up as a group, these are our 10 essential spots.
The Alchemist's menu of theatrical drinks is sure to add extra wow-factor to your boozy brunch sessions in Liverpool. Expect cocktails to come to life by fizzing, bubbling and smoking as you chomp on a menu of equally-impressive international breakfast dishes.
When it comes to brunch in Liverpool, you'll struggle to find a restaurant matching up to Lu Ban's unique offerings. Bringing you only the finest in Chinese cuisine, this place's bottomless feast includes signature noodles, siu mai dumplings and the chef's dish of the day.
Swish NYC-inspired spot Neighbourhood is a stylish choice for brunch in Liverpool as they have renovated an old bank and filled it with art-deco interiors. Starting at 10am on weekends, the brunch menu is all about yolks, from eggs and lobster through to eggs and steak.
Whether you came for the gorgeous interiors or the beaut brunch dishes, an afternoon at The Florist won't disappoint. Settle into Insta-worthy surroundings accompanied by dishes from shakshuka and kedgeree to poached eggs and homemade pancakes.
Keeping things Cuban, Revolucion de Cuba's brunch menu consists of breakfast burritos, Spanish tortilla, sweetcorn fritters, chorizo hash and plenty more washed down with fruity, fizzy and fully boozed-up cocktails to wash it all down.
Known for late nights, shot sticks and cocktails that keep on flowing, Revolution is a mainstay on Albert Dock. Head here for a brunch in Liverpool that includes gluten-free options, vegan goodies, meaty favourites and sweet treats accompanied by bloody marys, prosecco, beer and Aperol spritzes.
PanAm doesn't do things by halves and the same thought goes to their brunch menu. The list may be short but it sure is hearty; choose between the big breakfast with sausage, bacon, black pudding and eggs, or the steak and eggs rancheros alongside all kinds of drinks.
The clue is in the title when it comes to this place to eat brunch in Liverpool. The Brunch Club take their morning offerings very seriously; work your way through plates of pancakes and eggs in exposed brick and bare bulb surroundings.