Leaf on Bold Street

Leaf on Bold Street

A unique, independent tea shop and bar with hundreds of varieties of tea on offer

Cafes in Liverpool

Whether it’s for a quick coffee, indulgent cake or light lunch, here are our following tips for soaking up café culture in Liverpool city region.

The unique and award-winning Leaf on Bold Street serves delicious food with hundreds of choices of teas and also plays host to art and music nights. Around that area, Bold Street Coffee and Duke Street Espresso are two of the city’s coolest spots for a caffeine hit.

Moose Coffee on Dale Street is the place to go for great coffee and fantastic American breakfasts, and if you’re around the Baltic Triangle area, you have to try the Baltic Bakehouse breads.

Outside the city centre, OomoO on Smithdown Road has to be a contender for the best coffee in town, Onion Deli serves homemade food with passion and pride, and Greendays Café is a top pick for vegetarians.

Wirral is full of nice spots for coffee or lunch, from Aubergine and Sweet Pea in West Kirby to Gorge’Us in Bebington. Caffe Cream in New Brighton serves delicious handcrafted coffee and homemade ice cream produced on site, crowned the UK's Best Café at the Essential Café Awards 2014.

Southport also has plenty of fabulous places, from Lord’s Coffee Bar to the Botanic Gardens Café.

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  1. Add Rococo Coffee House to your Itinerary

    Rococo Coffee House

    City

    Established in 2008 Rococo are an independent coffee house situated in Liverpool City centre, adjacent to Liverpool ONE and shopping areas.

  2. Add Tate Café to your Itinerary

    Tate Café

    Liverpool

    With views of the magnificent Albert dock, Tate Café is open during gallery hours for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

  3. Add InSpire Coffee Bar to your Itinerary

    InSpire Coffee Bar

    Wallasey

    Friendly Coffee Bar in Wallasey with regular open mic nights.

  4. Add Malmo Mat to your Itinerary

    Malmo Mat

    City

    Malmo delivers delicious Scandinavian inspired food & drink, with a laid back and authentic café feel. If you want good food and a relaxed atmosphere try Malmo for a change.

  5. Add Cafe Lucaya to your Itinerary

    Cafe Lucaya

    City

    The sister venue of the Rococo Coffee House, Cafe Lucaya nestled right underneath Liverpool's famous Three Graces, is a little gem.

  6. Add Walker Art Gallery Cafe to your Itinerary

    Walker Art Gallery Cafe

    City

    The café is located on the ground floor and is open 10am-4.30pm daily serving hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks, including a children's selection.

    Last hot food orders are taken at 3.30pm. It is a self-service facility but waitress service…

  7. Add Moose Coffee - Hope Street to your Itinerary

    Moose Coffee - Hope Street

    City

    Located on the cultured Hope Street, between our two magnificent Cathedrals, Moose is a little place where everyone comes together to forget about the world outside over a stack of pancakes. A place to catch up, cure hangovers, first dates and…

  8. Add Tusk to your Itinerary

    Tusk

    City

    In the heart of the Baltic Triangle, Tusk is not only vegan friendly but dog friendly too. It's built up quite the reputation in terms of dining for its variety of delicious plant-based (and non plant-based) foods - halloumi fries helloooo.

  9. Add Lark Lane to your Itinerary

    Lark Lane

    Lark Lane is one of Liverpool’s hidden gems, nestled between Sefton Park and Aigburth Road to the south of the city centre.

  10. Add Baltic Social to your Itinerary

    Baltic Social

    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. 

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