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Liverpool is great for many things but one thing that it does do very well, is serve up a boss breakfast, but what if you don’t fancy that early get up? What if you fancy something fruity, fizzy or a little stronger with your hash browns? If you don’t fancy getting up to meet the 9am hotel breakfast deadline, here’s our top spots for brunch in Liverpool. From the glitz and glam of bottomless prosecco brunches to a good ol’ Full English, it’s all covered.

If you're looking for somewhere to enjoy Bottomless Brunch in Liverpool then have a look at our dedicated blog here. 

Before your visit we would always recommend checking ahead with each venue to make sure they are open and what booking systems they have in place. 

Each venue will also have their own social distancing measures in place and face coverings will be required at indoor venues. For more information on the restrictions currently in place in Liverpool please see our FAQs.


The best thing about Leaf is the mixed clientele, dress up, dress down, take your Mum, your Nan or even the baby. Leaf not only offers the best brew in town with its extensive menu of loose leaf teas, but also an award-winning menu of light and full breakfasts, brunch and breakfast sandwiches – you’ll struggle to choose; just make sure you get to taste the homemade hash browns! If you’re looking for a hair of the dog, perhaps a mimosa or a bloody Mary will sort that? They’re on the menu too.


‘Rumour has it, they make the best bread in the city.’ Name a more hypnotising smell than freshly baked Sourdough... When you arrive at Baltic Bakehouse you’ll notice a wall filled with freshly baked loaves, all lovingly hand-made at 4AM that morning. Pop in for a bacon sandwich on the best bread you’ve ever tasted. P.S- you may want to take a loaf home with you.


This one’s for all the glamour pusses out there. Neighbourhood boasts fabulous decor, neon lights, an array of cocktails and even the odd saxophone.

Their Brunch menu is available on Saturdays and Sundays 11am - 3pm and is a fun and indulgent way to catch up with friends, celebrate or treat yourself and someone special! There’s the classic avocado on toast with a twist, pancakes, eggs benedict, royale and florentin and an American breakfast included on the menu. If one sausage isn’t enough, or that salmon just didn’t go far enough, then pop another one on your plate from their brunch sides!


If there’s one thing we love more than Brunch... its BOTTOMLESS Brunch! Relax in the industrial setting of Baltic Social who pride themselves on providing ‘quality food, boss music and belter drinks.’ On the last Sunday of every month they host their Bottomless Brunch event. There’s unlimited food, fizz or beer for £30pp...what a time to be alive! As you can imagine, it gets booked up fast, so best to reserve your table.


There’s no need to get up and out of bed early as the Breakfast and Brunch menu are served until 4pm every day at The Brunch Club. Go for the traditional full english, build your own bagel, go veggie or vegan and eat all the avocado and houmous or go all out on Steak and Eggs. Think of the venue as like having brunch in a forest...


Wherever you are, you’re always guaranteed a decent brekkie at Bills. Head to Thomas Steers Way and keep an eye for the green and white stripes, the sign for Bills. With over 16 breakfast combos to choose from, without counting your extras (which includes crispy rosti 😍) you won’t leave hungry. In hotter weather, you can go alfresco and eat your brekkie outside with a view of the iconic Royal Albert Dock.


An instagrammers heaven, The Florist is a contemporary bar and restaurant located in a Grade II listed building in the Georgian Quarter. Enjoy brunch accompanied by bloody marys and fizz, surrounded by stunning floral installations. Brunch is served from 9.30 - 12pm Saturday and Sunday. One of our favourites is the Nutella and Biscoff French Toast with caramelised banana and cinnamon butter. If your tooth’s a little less sweet, we’re talking Sourdough toast, smashed avo and a full english for carnivores, veggies and vegans.


Cobbled streets and Georgian Townhouse splendour, breakfast alfresco and with views over the cathedral. If you’re not already sold on The Quarter, then perhaps it’s food will convince you. An Italian inspired independent, we’re talking freshly baked pastries, smoothie bowls, freshly brewed coffee and the usuals, pancakes, poached eggs and peanut butter on toast.


Located in the historic business district, Castle Street Townhouse is surrounded by former bank buildings and ornate architecture. Breakfast is served 8 - 12pm on Weekdays and 9 - 12pm on Weekends. There’s lighter choices including a selection of cereals, pink grapefruit, granola, porridge or the favourites, starring Epic Bacon or Sausage Sandwich with chilli jam, jalapenos and cheddar - we’re heading down just for that.


Voted the Nation’s Best Breakfast, the Full Breakfast at The Tavern Co on Penny Lane… yep, THE Penny Lane is brunch not to be missed. Breakfast is served from 7am - 2.30pm every day. Try The Mexican or Eggs Benny but be warned, these brekkies are not for small appetites – you’ll probably need to lie down after! Plus there’s unlimited tea and coffee, which is always a bonus.


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Tucked in the corner of St Nick’s Church Gardens, Ma Boyles is a historic and traditional British pub dating back to 1870. Brunches at Ma Boyles start from just a fiver for those looking for a bargain late breakfast. If you’re looking to make a day of it, there’s bottomless brunch from £25 per person including bottomless Prosecco and Aperol Spritz!


Forget avo on toast, there's another brunch on the scene. Pieminister are combing pies & prosecco for the bottomless brunch of dreams. You’ll have an hour and a half to enjoy brunch pies (yes, really) with bottomless prosecco or cocktails including refreshing mimosas, the iconic Aperol Spritz and brunch favourite, Bloody Mary. All for just £20. Talk about weekend perfection.


Start as you mean to go on or pick up from where you left off the night before at Albert's Schenke for a hearty breakfast. Up to 11:30am all week you can pick from the huge cook haus breakfast to breakfast bagels, peaches & granola, eggs benedict and loads more. 

Due to venues having different guidelines, booking systems and opening hours we would always recommend checking ahead with each one before your visit. 

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The Florist
The upstairs dining area of the Florist complete with hanging flowers, copper pendant lights, white walls with pink detailing.

The Florist, a contemporary new bar and restaurant is situated on the site of the former Old Blind School pub.

Baltic Social
Baltic Social in the heart of the Baltic Triangle.

Bringing together quality food, boss music and belter drinks to the heart of Liverpool's Baltic Triangle; your next food or drink stop has got to be the Baltic Social.

Leaf on Bold Street Café
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Looking through the large cafe windows. A girl sits on a green Chesterfield style couch

A unique, independent teashop and bar located on Bold Street in the heart of Liverpool city centre.

A bed of mashed potato with a pie on top, there are mushy peas on top and a metal gravy boat next to it.

Located in the heart of the city on Bold Street, Pieminister is the place to go for award-winning pies in Liverpool.