Tuesday 22nd of December 2015
1. Bold Street Coffee
Pick up your Easirent hire car from our Liverpool Airport depot and head to Bold Street, the quirky little street, jam packed with independent cafes, restaurants and retailers in the heart of Liverpool city centre. Bold Street Coffee stands proudly at the top of the street, and is arguably one of the best coffee shops in the city. A popular destination for both tourists and locals alike, Bold Street Coffee fills up pretty quickly, so you’ll have to be pretty quick to get a seat, but when you do – it’s definitely worth it.
Taking its name from the Rococo art movement which emerged in France in the late 17th to early 18th centuries, the Rococo coffee shop is located up (quite a few) stairs in Church Street in Liverpool, the city’s main shopping street. Decorated with intricate gold mirrors and chandeliers, Rococo serves exceptional coffee in an exceptional setting. Enjoy your fair trade cappuccino on one of the coffee shop’s comfy couches, just be careful or you might find yourself losing track of time.
3. Filter and Fox
Filter and Fox is the new kid on the block of the coffee world and serves up a whole host of delicious food and drinks, including coffee, cocktails and wine. Pick up your Easirent hire car from our Liverpool Airport depot and head to Duke Street in the Ropewalks area of town for some perfectly brewed fair trade coffee.
4. Moose Coffee
Moose Coffee certainly lives up to its name – as soon as you step through the doors you will be greeted with antler chandeliers and grand portraits of famous historical figures with moose heads in decadent gilded frames. Moose Coffee is famous throughout Liverpool for its quality coffee and its delicious breakfasts, and that’s probably why you’ll be hard pushed to find a spare table during peak times. But, as the saying goes, it’s the early bird that catches the worm – arrive early in the day and you won’t regret it.
5. Coffee and Fandisha
Fandisha is Ethiopia for popcorn, and Coffee and Fandisha certainly haven’t been shy in introducing a little Ethiopian culture to the streets of Liverpool. The whole café is inspired by the history of coffee and the Ethiopian ceremonies involved in making and producing the perfect cup of coffee. You’ll stumble upon Coffee and Fandisha in the centre of the Baltic Triangle, and you’ll be hard pushed to find a better little spot to while away the afternoon.
6. Unit 51
Unit 51 is the Baltic Triangle’s go-to place for coffee, lunch and pretty much anything else. If you head there during the day, you’ll find a whole host of workers from the surrounding buildings – and also a wide range of coffee and speciality teas. Make sure that you try out the bagels whilst you’re there!