10 of our fave coffee shops in Liverpool City Centre - The Guide Liverpool

10 of our fave coffee shops in Liverpool City Centre

11/03/2020

Coffee lovers, this one if for you as we share our ten favourite coffee shops in Liverpool City Centre


We don’t know about you, but we’re fuelled by a love of Liverpool – and a supply of delicious coffee! So it’s a good job we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to city centre coffee shops that know how to serve up a generous cup of the wonder stuff.

Here are 10 of our fave coffee shops in Liverpool City Centre.

1 - Peaberry Coffee House & Kitchen - Royal Albert Dock

Who hasn’t got time for a coffee down at the Albert Dock especially with some serious coffee bean credentials on offer! Named after the Brazilian Peaberry Bean which produces a single coffee seed, offering fuller flavour, this place is what speciality coffee is all about. 

Not only that, but there’s a real treat of a menu, with dishes including Cambodia-inspired Pang Sandwich with chilli and cider marinated pork steak topped with pickled cucumber and carrots, tomato and chilli mayo on Vietnamese bread, with a side of potato lattice.

Discover Peaberry Coffee house here

2 - Baby E Coffee & Deli - The Temple, Dale Street 

This stunning Industrial-style deli serves up phenomenally good coffee along with a superb eat-in or takeout menu including homemade banana bread with yogurt, toasted hazelnuts and goji berries – for the perfect, guilt-free pick-me-up!

Treat yourself to a cup of in-house blend Jailbreak Red – a taste of milk chocolate, black grape & cocoa, which offers sweetness, balance and clarity. And who doesn’t deserve a big old cup of that?

Discover Baby E here

3 - Lovelocks - Old Haymarket

If you like your coffee with a side-serving of super cuteness – look no further! Not only a great cup of coffee made with 100% Arabica beans, but it’s locally roasted and freshly ground in-house at Lovelocks every day. 

Start your morning with a Lovelocks coffee and breakfast of porridge and granola with caramelised pecans, or order with one of their show-stopping, homemade cakes and we promise your day is made! And, if you’ve got a soft-spot for supporting local business with gorgeous-looking merch, you’re going to love the sippy cups, t-shirts and pins!

Discover Lovelocks here

4 - One Fine Day - Cotton Exchange, Old Hall Street 

Situated in the Grade II Cotton Exchange and former Registry Office, this beautifully refurbished space has window seats ideal for setting up your laptop and plush, cosy corners ideal for informal meetings tucked away in the heart of the Commercial Distinct. 

One Fine Day is open ’til after hours, a popular destination with the nearby business community, serving an all-day speciality brunch menu including Vanilla French toast with coconut and apple compote and natural yogurt, along with locally roasted coffee which comes in handy takeaway cups for days on the move.

Visit One Fine Day here

5 - Bold Street Coffee - also available on Castle Street!

This multi award-winning caffeine haunt makes local history as an icon of city centre coffee culture, and one of Liverpool’s most loved coffee shops. 

You’ll always overhear a great conversation or two over a Cortado, and with great events like Record Store Day, and a menu that doesn’t mess around with dishes including coffee-braised beef featherblade with crispy polenta and blistered vine tomato, there’s every reason to call into the famous Bold Street location or Castle Street Coffee – now served from Santa Maluco!

Discover Bold Street Coffee here

6 - Root Coffee - Hanover Street

The Root motto is: Life is too short for bad coffee. And we agree, which is why you’ll find an ever-changing coffee and food menu – including a great reputation for tasty homemade bakes including vegan and gluten-free treats like the sensational Tahini and caramel cookies.

You can choose from speciality coffee sourced globally here, with bean-brewing barristers who approach the roast with the discerning palette of any self-respecting mixologist -conjuring up recipes like the Dirty Chai by adding a shot of espresso to Roots signature chai latte!

Discover Root here

7 - Mother Espresso - Tea Factory, Wood Street 

This cosy neighbourhood café is a real home-comfort find, with a kitchen offering heart-warming munch like the brilliantly named One Hander of herb aioli, sausage patty with brie and fried egg on a muffin, alongside the absolute indulgence of pear, cider, and cinnamon doughnuts among a delightfully delicious counter. 

It’s a challenge to make room for the inspired coffee menu, including home-brew coffee liqueur with espresso martini to give your night a real kick-start…

Discover Mother Espresso here

8 - Ryde - Cains Brewery, Baltic Triangle

This bicycle cafe creates a space where stopping off for a great cup of coffee meets a passion for cycling, and with a fully-equipped workshop where bicycles are repaired or even built, Ryde is a huge hit with Liverpool’s cycling community – and everyone who loves a great coffee shop!

Serving New Zealand Allpress Redchurch blend offering a sweet and syrupy body, the Ryde menu goes the extra mile with oven-baked dishes like Mac ’n’ cheese with chorizo, alongside a range of naan pizzas with toppings like mango chutney and feta, and whipped cream, banana and toffee sauces waffles. 

Discover Ryde here

9 - 92 Degrees - Hardman Street, Jamaica Street, Myrtle Street & Lord Street (Southport)

92 Degrees places community at the heart of their coffee shops, with an emphasis on cultural events where artists, musicians, book-lovers, entrepreneurs, students and families get together for coffee-inspired conversation. Regular events feature live music, drama and poetry, and a free space for up-and-coming artists to display work each month. 

The name 92 Degrees comes from the ideal temperature for the perfect espresso extraction at their impressive in-house roastery, and you can subscribe for home-brewing with blends including California Calling and Brazil’s Yellow Bourbon.

Discover 92 Degrees here

10 - Coffee & Fandisha - Brick Street, Baltic Triangle

A speciality coffee shop and luncheonette inspired by a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony where freshly brewed coffee is served alongside popcorn and other bits and pieces, this superb space is decorated by exterior artwork by Paul Curtis and features an interior Yellow Wall where local creatives display and exhibit unique pieces of artwork.

Alongside seriously good coffee, the menu is something special too with breakfast including cinnamon porridge with blueberry compote and Fandisha nut butter, or try a lunchtime rice bowl with dishes including slow vegetable stew with aubergine, green beans, sweet potato, cumin and mustard seeds.

Discover Coffee & Fandisha here

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