Looking for the best places for Brunch in Liverpool? You've come to the right blog.

If you don’t fancy getting up early but don’t want to wait until lunch, then brunch in Liverpool is for you. 

We’ve got so many beautiful places you can head across the city to start the day with a hearty breakfast. From full English breakfasts to a whole host of eggs, stacks of pancakes and signature dishes, there is something for everyone to start a day exploring Liverpool. 

If you want to make your brunch a bit more fancy, you could always go bottomless too! Have a look at our dedicated Bottomless Brunch in Liverpool blog for some ideas.


Duke Street Market has launched its new and improved brunch menu which runs every Saturday and Sunday from 10am until 12pm. Guests can enjoy a range of dishes from all six kitchens, and the Market's independent restaurant, Barnacle. Dishes include brunch favourites like Eggs Benedict, Avocado on Toast and a Full English, as well as some Market specials including Salmon and Pastrami Hash and Breakfast Burritos.

Alongside the new dishes, there's also a new drinks range available whether you're wanting a brunch cocktail, iced beverage, or just a regular tea or coffee, Duke Street has got you covered.


Leaf on Bold Street was formerly a tea room in the 1920s, a cinema in the late 20th century and most recently a microzine clothes shop; now, the beautiful art deco building has gone back to its roots as a tea shop. Their huge range of loose leaf tea is the perfect accompaniment to their beautiful brunch menu that consists of all your favourite breakfast dishes.  


The Full English breakfast at Tavern Co on Smithdown Road has won awards so you know brunch is going to be good here. Tuck into their speciality or if you fancy something a bit different, browse their huge menu of American and Mexican inspired dishes to see what catches your eye. With Huevos Rancheros, breakfast burgers, fluffy pancakes, a range of eggs and bagels on the menu, you can’t go wrong. 


Hafla Hafla on Lark Lane is a favourite amongst the locals. The Middle Eastern inspired restaurant uses fresh, bold flavours to bring you beautiful brunch dishes. With Shakshukas and twists on the classics on the menu, you can’t go wrong.  


If you’re looking for brunch on the go then Bold Street Coffee is the place to go. Famous for their Egg Buoys which are brioche buns full of scrambled egg, cheese and either sausage, bacon, veggie or vegan fillings - they are a must try. They also have a BSC fry, a range of egg dishes, pancakes and butties on the menu so there's something for everyone. Their coffee is also very popular in the city so make sure to sample that too. 


Grown from their love of American Breakfast culture, Moose Coffee does brunch properly. Grab one of their many all day breakfast options that have an American twist, enjoy their range of classic eggs benedict dishes or indulge in a stack of their legendary house pancakes served with lots of toppings, a dusting of icing sugar and Canadian maple syrup and butter. Our mouths are already watering!


For a mid morning, early lunch bite to eat, Pins Social Club can sort you out. Their brunch menu has everything from a full English breakfast to a stacked breakfast muffin, steak and eggs, pancakes and a range of egg dishes perfect to set you up for the afternoon. 


Anchored in the middle of the Liverpool Cathedral and the Metropolitan Cathedral, pop into Papillon for your next brunch trip. With classic, vegan and vegetarian full english on the menu, pastries, pancakes and eggs your way on the menu, you can’t go wrong in their beautiful venue on Hope Street.  


The Italian inspired restaurant on the cobbles of Falkner Street in the Georgian Quarter is one of the most picturesque spots in Liverpool for brunch. The Quarter has all your favourite brunch items on the menu, a kids menu and even breakfast cocktails - you can’t go wrong.

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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.

Duke Street Market
Cafe / Restaurant
Duke Street Market from above showing people in their main dining area.

Duke Street Market is Liverpool's newest food and drink market which is set in a 100-year-old building that has been sensitively restored and transformed into a beautiful all day dining destination and culinary hub for the community.

Bold Street Coffee
A lovely selection of breakfast food.
Moose Coffee - Dale Street
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Moose Coffee - Dale Street

Moose Coffee trades on a distinctive offer of an 'Authentic American & Canadian Breakfast Brunch Menu'