The Egg Café occupies the light and airy loft space of an old Victorian warehouse building, affording a panoramic view of the city centre. As well as being Liverpool's premier vegetarian/vegan restaurant, The Egg Café is also an independent art gallery and a popular meeting place.
Rococo is an independent coffee shop hidden above the shop fronts on the busy Lord Street. They serve their own blend of fair trade coffee and offer quick lunches including sandwiches and cakes.
Moose Coffee was founded in 2006 by two people with a passion for food. The concept grew from a love for the great American breakfast culture and nowhere does it better than the cafes and diners of New York City.
This cosy Mediterranean and Middle Eastern restaurant serves a range of hot and cold Meze, charcoal fired kebabs and grilled dishes, seafood, pizzas, fresh salads and plenty of vegetarian choices.
American Pizza Slice serves up pizza slices NYC style; by the slice for cool people who are too busy to stop. The Bold Street diner even has seating, so you can hang out with a slice and a beer and some chill tunes.
Wake & Cate is a contemporary café-patisserie in the city centre providing exquisite gateaux, cakes and pastries for customers to enjoy alongside high quality coffee and speciality teas in a stylish, friendly locale.
Nolita cantina is an American style bistro serving homemade slow cooked meats, burgers & deli sandwiches.
The Brink is a revolutionary venue that’s so much more than your usual café bar. They’ve taken alcohol out of the mix to provide a truly welcoming, creative and intelligent space where people from all backgrounds and walks of life can dine, hang out, socialise and relax.
Oh Me Oh My was established in 2013 in this beautiful hidden venue opposite the city's iconic Three Graces. The vision was to create a casual and creative space: a tea house and cafe through the week and a unique events space by night and at weekends.
Fast food Asian style. Noodle and rice dishes to eat in or takeaway.
Popular down to earth cafe overlooking Williamson Square.
Leaf on Bold Street serves up a menu of locally-sourced and freshly-made wholesome food and countless varieties of loose-leaf tea in a great atmosphere. This winning combination makes it the perfect place for people to relax, enjoy culture and soak up the best in new music.
Established in 1974, Cafe Tabac has been at the heart of Liverpool's Bohemian cafe bar scene for over 40 years.
Situated in the heart of Liverpool's independent quarter, Almost Famous serves up gourmet burgers, chicken, fries, sides and drinks.
Docklands Fish & Chips brings the most classic of British traditions – the fish and chip shop – to Albert Dock.