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23 boss breakfasts you can enjoy in Liverpool

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23 boss breakfasts you can enjoy in Liverpool

Liverpool is absolutely bursting with breakfast offerings, from the traditional fry up to vegan options, banging bacon butties, bagels, and towers of pancakes!

With breakfasts in abundance the only chore is deciding where to dine. 

Take a look at these restaurants to get inspiration for the next time your out for brunch with your pals, curing the hangover, or just in need of something boss to eat!


Credit: Crust
Credit: Crust

Crust, Liverpool’s award-winning contemporary pizza restaurant based on Bold Street, has introduced their new breakfast menu.

The new menu is packed with classics including a range of Eggs Benedicts, a Full English (and a vegetarian option called the Garden Plate) with homemade Italian sourdough bread, a selection of omelettes and Avocado Toast, and loads more!

For more info click here.

Dale Street Kitchen 

Travel guide Big 7 were blown away by the brekkie at Dale Street Kitchen, calling it “one of the best presented and tastiest English breakfasts you will ever set eyes on.”

And they weren’t wrong, their breakfast that absolutely gets it spot on for portion size, quality and presentation. 

For more info click here

Albert’s Schloss 

Credit: Albert's Schloss
Credit: Albert’s Schloss

Albert’s Schloss Liverpool serves up breakfast every day from 9am to noon. The breakfast menu includes signature freshly haus-baked Kroissant Royale, a croissant filled with sweet slow cooked onions, gouda, Burford Brown fried egg, crispy shallots and chives, with a choice of smoked back bacon, Bratwurst, or vegan Moving Mountains Sausage. 

You can even have a full Cook Haus Breakfast, Salmon Royale, Turkish Eggs, and the list goes on. Don’t forget to try the best fluffy pancakes while you’re there, with a choice of savoury maple bacon and Burford Brown egg, or sweet vanilla berries and cream toppings; and the in-haus bakery creates delicious pastries daily.

For more info click here.

The Sir Thomas Hotel

Credit: The Sir Thomas Hotel

The Sir T has had a bit of a facelift, and with it comes chef Christina Konstantopoulou – a power house of a head chef on the Liverpool food scene. Expect to see breakfast/brunch like you have never seen it before in Liverpool, as Christina adds her own flair to the menu. 

Make sure you try the ham & cheese croissant, and the Biscoff French toast – this is not one to miss!

For more info click here.


Credit: Carlisi

The Carlisi brothers have certainly made a name for themselves in the city over these four years. We all know that the family run Sicilian bar serves up freshly made bar snacks, sandwiches, and sharing platters using only the finest Italian ingredients. 

But did you know that they have some boss brekkie items on that menu too? Well now you do – try out the The King next time you’re in for the ultimate Carlisi breakfast! Two slices of homemade sourdough bread, mozzarella, avocado, sun-dried tomatoes, smoked Scottish salmon, and four slices of Italian bacon, finished with extra virgin olive oil. 

They’re always on hand to tailor make your sandwiches and bagels if you’re not a fan of a certain topping or want something a bit extra! 

For more info click here.

The Watering Can

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The Watering Can has become one of Liverpool’s favourite café bistros, set within 12 acres of stunning Victorian park space and the  glass fronted  restaurant enjoys views out to Greenbank Park.  The comprehensive breakfast menu is served from 9am-midday from  Monday-Sunday using the best quality produce including higher welfare traceable meat products.   The menu is changed seasonally and includes vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.

From Full English Breakfasts to lighter and healthy options the menu has a full range to choose from including Smashed Avocado, Fruit Salad, Salmon and Goats’ Cheese Breakfast Bruschetta, to Fruit Salad or Banana Nutella Brioche.

Alternatively you can sit back and relax with a bacon or sausage barm and enjoy the ambience of one Liverpool’s ‘Hidden Gem’s’ (winner of LCR Tourism Award Hidden Gem 2022)

For more info click here.

The Wheelbarrow 

Credit: The Wheelbarrow

The Wheelbarrow, next to the Greenbank Sports Academy on Greenbank Lane, is a stone’s throw from the historic 235-acre Sefton Park.  The stunning venue boasts 65 covers comfortably and serves breakfasts from 9am-midday from Monday to Friday, 9am-1pm Saturday and Sunday.

The menu includes a wide selection of choice from full English breakfasts to Halloumi, Roasted Beetroot Hummus and Avocado and for those preferring a healthy option there is a sumptuous Fruit Salad, bursting with seasonal fruit, yoghurt, berry compote and honey glazed fig. Vegetarian and vegan options are available. 

The venue can also be hired out for breakfast meetings and has a beautiful outdoor terrace.

For more info click here.

Castle Street Townhouse 

Credit: Castle St Townhouse

Breakfast is served daily from 9am – 1pm with a full menu including The Townhouse – a full English, Royal Scrambled Eggs with smoked salmon and options suitable for vegetarians including Eggs Benedict, The Vegetarian Townhouse and Smashed Avocado and Poached Eggs.

Serving Crosby Coffee, an independent local coffee roastery, Castle Street Townhouse is home to booths which are designed perfect for business meetings with cosy, secluded seating and plug sockets for each booth. The booths are also suitable for groups of friends and families with the menu suitable for all.

For more info click here

Ten Streets Social 

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Ten Streets Social is one of the city’s stunning hidden gems serving a fantastic breakfast selection. The old warehouse style building on Regent Road, by Waterloo Warehouse,   oozes character and charm with a relaxed, informal style. It’s warm and welcoming compliments their great quality food perfectly. 

The breakfast menu is served from Thursday-Sunday from 9.30am – 12.30pm and includes a whole range including; full English breakfasts, a sausage and egg muffin, Eggs Florentine/Benedict/Royal as well as Eggs Black! 

Vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options are available along with healthy choices and a good selection of ‘morning cocktails’

The family owned and run business is close to the city centre and benefits from plenty availability for parking locally and is family/dog friendly.

For more info click here.


Credit: LEAF

LEAF’s three intimate venues – Bold Street, Smithdown Road and West Kirby – all serve delicious breakfast and brunch across Liverpool. Each venue has a distinctly unique charm and whisks guests away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

There’re hearty breakfasts and pancakes to Huevos Rotos and Turkish eggs, plus a wide range of hot and cold drinks including lots of LEAF’s sensational signature teas.

For more info click here


Credit: Hardware

Rapid Hardware left a significant mark on Liverpool’s Renshaw Street. As the sole remaining shopfront, Hardware are celebrating Rapid’s past through their new hardware-inspired eatery.

In-keeping with the hardware theme there’s even a DIY breakfast option alongside the Hardy’s Tool box (Hardware’s take on a full English). 

For more info click here

Press Bros. 

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Started up by brothers Oliver and Tito, PRESS BROS. found its fame in the city within the Baltic Market. Serving up amazing coffee, as well as them boss kinder espresso martini’s. Now having opened their own stand alone premises, they have taken The Lane by storm. Dishing out their great drinks and even better food. Just like their Sausage Patty Melt! A homemade sausage patty, melted American cheese, fried egg and a hash brown on a toasted English muffin, with a choice of red or brown sauce! Heavy.

They have now added a permanent veggie & vegan version of this to the menu too! 

For more info click here


Credit: Minna

At Minna they care about traceability and locally sourced, organic produce. They’re massive on sustainability – inspired by their great nan Minna who turned a plot of land behind her council house into an allotment, and encouraged neighbours to grow their own veggies.

Their Cumberland curl muffin is a showstopper and a favourite with locals and regulars. 

For more info follow them on Instagram here

Nova Scotia 

Set in the stunning Mann Island building in the shadow of the Museum of Liverpool and the spectacular Three Graces on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront, Nova Scotia serves great breakfasts, lunches, small plates, hearty mains and delicious deserts with a wide range of drinks and signature cocktails.

Breakfast at Nova Scotia includes everything from full English breakfasts to a range of brioches and egg dishes and heartening healthy smoothie bowls.

For more info click here.

Tempest on Tithebarn

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The beautiful business district venue harks to New York’s meatpacking district eateries, focusing heavily on brunches, lunches, cocktails and craft beer; stone walls and bare wood with lots of natural lighting feature in the ground-floor open plan restaurant and bar.

Tempest serves a selection of belter brekkies, from their NYC inspired Rockerfeller, Liberty and Empire dishes to succulent egg options, plus bagels and sandwiches too. Tempest also has a bottomless cocktail brunch every Saturday too.

For more info click here.

The Brunch and Cocktail Club

Credit: The Brunch and Cocktail Club

It’s all in the name really – if there’s one thing The Brunch and Cocktail Club know how to do… its brunch. Expect fabulous French Toasts, Moroccan eggs, and the most sensational chorizo scrambled eggs. 

It has been a favourite on Duke Street for ages now – and it’s easy to see why. 

For more info click here

The Quarter

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Set just off the Hope Street, on Falkner Street, in Liverpool’s iconic Georgian Quarter. This restaurant is perfect for Al Fresco dining (if the weather is on your side), but if it’s not, no worries, there’s plenty of room inside! 

The Italian-inspired eatery has been serving up some of the best breakfasts in Liverpool – that have people going back for more and more. Now the queues outside make sense! 

For more info click here


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If anyone knows what they’re talking about when it comes to food. It is Delifonseca. The dockside restaurant is famed for its fresh, seasonal produce, and the sausages from their in-house butchers, Edge & Sons, are delicious! 

Delifonseca believe that “no one should settle for second best” when it comes to breakfast and whether you’re planning on whiling away a morning with them or grabbing a quick bite, they’ve got you covered.

For more info click here

The Bagelry 

Credit: The Bagelry

The independent bakery and cafe in China Town, famed for its delicious range of freshly baked bagels. You’ll also find mouth-watering doughnuts on the menu with flavours including Lotus Biscuit, cinnamon, peanut custard, raspberry, Oreo and more. 

Then there’s the bagels with the famous Rainbow Bagel, Cinnamon & Raisin, Jalapeño & Cheddar and the Poppy Seed Bagel all waiting to be enjoyed.

For more info click here

Lovelocks Coffee Shop

Credit: Lovelocks Coffee Shop

The Lovelocks mantra is inclusivity. They want everyone to enjoy their experience with them, whether you are a coffee nerd craving a caffeine fix, a vegan in need of scrumptious cakes or just someone looking to escape the madness of the world with a warm cup of tea. No matter who you are, Lovelocks is the place for you. 

They source fresh, local ingredients and make up their food daily so they’ve always got food ready to go whether you are in a rush or looking to stay a while.

For more info click here

Crafty Swine

Credit: The Crafty Swine

The neighbourhood pub is the little sister of one of Liverpool’s favourites, Neon Jamon, and they serve breakfast everyday! 

They are family & dog friendly, and their brunch menu features standouts such as their chicken and waffles, their wild mushrooms and eggs, and their sausage and egg barm is an absolute sensation. 

For more info click here

Ma Boyles

Credit: Ma Boyle’s

Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery caters for early breakfasts and late diners to liquid lunchers and brilliant bistro dishes, all complimented by a wonderful range of beverages and irresistible cocktails. Tucked away off Water Street and nestled by the beautiful St Nick’s church gardens, the alehouse and eatery is a truly historic maritime location. 

Ma’s serves a range of breakfast and brunch dishes from the classic full English to breakfast bites and pretty much everything you can think of in-between to get the day properly started. There’s also their Bottomless Brunch every weekend too.

For more info click here

Lock & Key 

The Sunday Times put Lock and Key Boutique Hotel in the top 100 UK hotels with an outstanding reference: “This Georgian townhouse hotel in a prime Liverpudlian location is full of heart, with stand-out service.”

The 14-bed boutique hotel is set within a Grade-II listed Georgian townhouse on Duke Street, and also happens to serve up a proper boss breakfast. They’re pancake stacks are out of this world – and if you’re after a healthier alternative – take them up on their Smashed Avo’ and eggs. 

For more info click here.

Do you know more boss breakfasts that should make this list? Let us know and we’ll add them on!



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