Pretty Brunches in Liverpool
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, right? But what's a plate of eggs benedict or pancakes without some seriously gorgeous interiors inspo? When it comes to beautiful brunches, Liverpool has got the cream of the crop, from pink party palaces through to stripped back and industrial, serving up whopping comfort plates - and more often than not - bottomless tipples. So next time you're in the market for a bit of weekend fun, make sure it's one hell of a looker as we round up Liverpool's prettiest brunches.
If this restaurant had legs, it would be sent down the catwalk. The Florist is one of our top picks for beautiful brunches in Liverpool thanks to its faded white furniture and bursts of botanical features. The food menu has got all the classics, from shakshuka through to homemade pancakes with fresh berries.
That pretty Italian restaurant that's filled with globe lamps and olive trees? Yep, Gusto has a brunch menu too. Check out this stunning Liverpool spot come the weekend to feast on the likes of breakfast smoothies, oven-baked waffles and fresh fruit platters.
Cross the Atlantic and head straight for Central America, as Revolucion De Cuba puts a Havana-style twist on your brunch. The popular party spot opens early on Saturday and Sunday to serve Cuban-inspired plates such as a breakfast burito and chorizo hash.
Served from 11am, brunch at cafe-like Dockleaf is characterised by sausage-stuffed barms, toasties, and salmon bagels. While 'pretty' might not be the first thing that springs to mind, this Liverpool restaurant is a stripped back beauty, with tiling details and an understated terrace for sunny days.
Pay your respects at this former church as Alma De Cuba serves up Instagram-inspo come brunch time. The heralded spot goes all out for its offering, with gospel singers and dishes such as Caribbean mussels, pan fried cod, and chocolate brownies.
The former Royal Insurance Building has been given quite the glow-up (without losing any of its historical features). NYL Restaurant and Bar is inspired by New York, with touches of the Big Apple seen in classic decor choices and plates such as eggs benedict. And did we mention the bottomless G&Ts?
The clue is in the title with this all-day brunch spot. Found on Duke Street, The Brunch Club mixes quirky decor (think doors used a wall panels) with leafy touches (aka plenty of plants). And when it comes to nosh? The menu is filled with goodies, including a very tasty vegan 'Anti-Fry Up'.
Kick things off with a marmalade G&T at this pretty Liverpool brunch spot, before diving into French toast, full English breakfasts, and smoked salmon. The Oldham Street spot is inspired by the William Roscoe poem, which when talking about interiors, translates into stencilled walls, hanging plants, and golden prints.