Brunch in Liverpool

Claire Murray | Date posted - 17 Oct 2018
Oh gawd, you’ve done it again haven’t you? Made plans for Saturday brunch, completely forgetting you had a mad one planned for Friday. Never fear, ResDiary’s here with a boss list of places for brunch in Liverpool that will sort you right out. If you’re looking for bloody marys, coops-worth of eggs, and enough bacon to drown under, we’ve got you covered.


No matter how badly you behaved the night before, Delifonseca will make you feel like the sophisticated god or goddess you know you are. Situated by the Dockside, it’s the perfect place to wander down to, grabbing some fresh air as you go. Need a hair of the dog? These guys serve a range of local craft beers from the Liverpool Craft Beer Co and Cheshire’s Tatton Brewery, and a selection of other brews from around the world. If that’s a bit much, they do a great coffee too. The food is what they’re famous for, though. Try out their brunch dishes, with plates ranging from the Dockers’ full breakfast, to Inverawe kippers with free range eggs on toast. C’mon folks, up we get!

The Refinery

If your idea of a perfect Saturday morning is a spot of yoga and a healthy brunch, we’ve found your spiritual home. With everything from orange and blackberry granola, with soy yogurt and vegan chocolate, to a full English, there’s something that will suit all tastes at The Refinery. Whether you’re out with the gang, or you’ve got the kids in tow, this restaurant has plenty of room to host everyone, and has a great children’s menu to keep them happy. Best of all, the huge front windows mean it’s a great spot for watching your fellow Scousers go about their business.

The Vincent

If you fancy yourself as a big of an Instagram influencer, The Vincent might just become your new favourite brunch spot in Liverpool. Owned by local legend Stevie G, this gorgeous venue features stylishly comfy seats, a huge, dramatic bar, and a menu to die for. Although you can come here any time of the day to sample delicious food, we’re huge fans of their brunch menu, with choices like three-egg omelette with spinach and cheese, or smashed avocado with poached egg and chilli flakes. Wash it all down with their tasty and photogenic cocktails and you’re sure to get loadsa likes.

Hanover St Social

No that’s just your brain. It’s definitely Hanover, not Hangover. Although if you have one of the latter, this is definitely a good place to grab brunch in Liverpool. Partly because there’s an actual full sirloin steak with fried eggs, and, get this…crinkle cut chips. If that’s not going to sort you out, nothing is. In other legendary brunch moves, these guys do an amazing bloody mary, that they’ll spice up to your exact tastes, a Bucks Fizz incase you’re feeling a bit 1989, and a great selection of cocktails like their Aperol and Gran Marnier spritz to keep you refreshed.

Leaf on Bold Street

When a brunch menu has four (yes, four!) sections, you know you’re onto a winner. There’s small plates, full breakfasts, something sweet, and brunch favourites, and they also have a section of tea lattes and iced drinks if coffee is a bit much for you. Another beautiful brunch spot (what’s the point of doing brunch if it’s not in a gorgeous location, right?) the high ceilings, vintage lighting, and huge tables make this a really cool space to hang out. It’s also super vegan and veggie friendly, with multiple options for each. (And we promise they’re not just a rubbish version of the meat dishes like you often get.)

Santa Maluco

If you’re looking for a great brunch, it’s fair to say Bold Street is a safe place to head. And these guys were one of the first on the great coffee and food scene over eight years ago. Some complications caused them to shut in 2017, but thankfully they’ve went into partnership with rodizean pizza restaurant Santa Maluco, and are operating for brunch and lunch in their Castle Street space. One of the few places around that do a proper bacon butty, they also serve up toast with a choice of marmite, peanut butter, honey, or jam. If you’re on a bit of a health kick, try the bircher muesli with banana, apple, coconut, or dried apricot and make sure you grab a cup of their famed coffee.
Copied! Copy Link