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Conquering the world, one continent at a time, this breakfast and lunch phenomenon has become an integral part of our weekend calendars since becoming popular in 1930’s America. Brunch is the perfect way to catch up with friends, enjoy a date with your special one and basically begin an epic all day session. Brunch is basically just enjoying traditional breakfast dishes from morning until early afternoon, with the additional cocktail! From the Upper East Side of Manhattan and the polo pitches of Dubai to the beaches of Brisbane and right back here in Liverpool, we love it.
Brunch etiquette has changed a lot over the years. Back in the 1930’s, brunch was a lavish event served at home, a kind of daytime dinner party and despite slaving away to cook all 6/7 dishes on offer, it was deemed unacceptable for women to drink at brunch and so mocktails were invented! Well we’re making up for it now ladies as more Liverpool eateries offer bottomless prosecco, mimosas and bloody Mary’s alongside your bacon butties!
First up we’re got Brunch Breaking News! SKAUS is launching a residency at Dockleaf at Cain’s Brewery Village from early March ’18 and the team are bringing brunch to the Baltic. Get excited about ‘Hyper Nordic inspired’ dishes and click here to find out more.
If you’ve not yet experienced a Maray Brunch at the weekend, where have you beeeeeeen? Maray, Allerton Road invites you to kick back and indulge in the likes of Buttermilk Chicken – Two chicken thighs marinated in buttermilk and smoked paprika, slow poached egg, house hot sauce, maple syrup, hollandaise on toasted brioche! Stop drooling and click here to book.
The stalwart of great food, chilled atmosphere and friendly staff, Leaf on Bold Street has been satisfying our brunch cravings with generous helping of full English brekkie, cinnamon toast, smoked salmon and beetroot eggs plus freshly brewed coffee and of course, the finest breakfast tea. Click here for a slice of traditional brunch.
If you like your brunch in Liverpool with a good view, then Brasco Lounge at Mann Island is a great option. Grab a window or terrace table and tuck into the Brunch Burger – Pork & leek patty topped with smoked streaky bacon, melted cheese, tomato and a fried egg, served in a brioche bun with hash browns and baked beans. More menu info here.
If you’ve never queued for brunch at The Tavern on Smithdown, are you even Scouse? From 7am til 2:30pm you can fill your boots with all manner of Brunch dishes including the Breakfast at Tiffany’s – 4 rashers of smoked streaky bacon or two sausage patties, soft scrambled eggs and 2 fresh pancakes with Aunt Jemima‘s pancake syrup. More info here.
You lot are raving about the Brunch menu at Lucha Libre, Wood Street. Served from 9:30-2pm you can devour breakfast burritos loaded with a full Mexican brekkie or the pastor benedict, coated in delicious hollandaise and don’t forget to order a margarita or freshly squeezed juice to wash it down with. Menus and more here.
How do you like you eggs at Brunch, because Jam, Sir Thomas Street, has got you sorted either way! Fluffy omelettes, scrambled or perfectly poached eggs with avocado or bacon and toast plus loads more dishes are available Tuesday to Sunday from 10am. Check out the menu (and the 2 for £10 cocktail menu too) here.
If you’re looking for a quiet spot to enjoy brunch with your folks, your our better half, then the leafy suburb of Mossley Hill gives you Relish! We love the pancakes and syrup, the healthkick dish – Smoked salmon, spinach, avocado & 2 poached eggs, with flax seeds on a toasted bagel and the Veggie brekkie too. Check out the menu here.
If you’re looking for a seriously tasty brunch dish that is guaranteed to make you smile (and fill your belly) The Bagelry, Nelson Street is the place to go. Choose from heaps of freshly baked bagels loaded with eggs, greens, sausage and bacon with a sprinkle of chilli for a mid morning boost. More info and menus here.
Fancy a lazy brunch on Lark Lane? Head to Monkey Grinder for a Spanish breakfast, available until 2pm weekdays and 3pm weekends. Tuck into Chorizo, bacon, black pudding, homemade hash brown, mushrooms, roast basil tomato, beans, eggs, patatas bravas and sourdough bread Fresh orange juice and a hot drink for just £8.95! Go hungry! More here.
Treat yourself to a brunch break at work and head to Lovelocks Coffee Shop on Hatton Garden for this big plate of loveliness. Serving up all manner of delicious breakfast bowls, we’re championing the baked eggs with bacon, spinach and avocado for an energy boost when you need it most. Menus and more info here.
Switch up your usual brunch date and head to Bakchich, Bold Street because we guarantee you’ll fall in love with brunch, Lebanese style! Shashouka consists of tomatoes, onions, garlic, parsley and baked eggs served with fresh Arabian bread and it’s so so good. Click here to check out the rest of the menu and book your table.
This Baltic Triangle gem will put a smile on your face with plentiful plates of brunch. From the basic ‘things on toast’ to Buck Rarebit, Miss Florence and a full English for just £5, we love nothing more than a good natter and a full belly from a visit to Jamaica Street. Find out more about Fodder Canteen and what’s on offer here.
There’s a hearty menu on offer at Siren, 54 James Street when it comes to breakfast and brunch. Available from 8:30-4:30 weekdays and 10-3:30pm on the weekends, you can enjoy a full English, full vegan or veggie breakfast plus eggs, teacakes, porridge and more. Click here to check out the menu.
Ahh look at those beauties. When it comes to brunch, not much beats a perfectly poached eggs benedict with freshly baked muffin and light hollandaise sauce and East Avenue Bakehouse is fast becoming the go-to for this staple brunch dish. If eggs are your thing, click here to find out more and book a brunch spot.
With more branches than you can shake an antler at, Scousers the city region over can now enjoy a mega Moose breakfast including the biggest American pancake dishes we’ve laid our greedy eyes on. Feeling adventurous? Order the Sauls Smoked Chicken Cheddar Waffle and prepare to fall in love with a New York brunch dish like never before. More info here.
Ma Boyle’s, The Strand is offering a wide range of brunch dishes starting from just £5 at the weekends. From 10-2pm (1pm on Sundays) you can get stuck into breakfast burritos, traditional English and veggie brekkies, omelettes, pancakes, and eggs galore. Click here to check out the menu.
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