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15 Best Coffee Shops and Cafes in Liverpool

A cup of coffee, glass of water, a battle of sugar and a slice of cake in a small plate on the white table.

Liverpool holds a special place in my heart, especially as it’s where I lived for the first four years of my life. My family still resides there now, and I return to see them pretty frequently.

I’ve spent many a day in Liverpool cafes, as they’re a great place to pass the time while waiting for friends or family members to finish their working days. The coffee culture in the city is ever-developing, meaning there’s an incredible array of cafes and coffee shops to visit. It’s also a growing digital nomad hotspot.

So, without further ado, here’s my list of the best cafes in Liverpool:

Best Cafes and Coffee Shops in Liverpool

There are so many unique cafes in Liverpool that it would be difficult to list them all here. To compile my favorites, I’ve chosen cafes and coffee shops based on the quality of their drink/food menus, the variety of items available, the location, my own experiences, and customer reviews.

1. Rococo
(Best Cafe in Liverpool Overall)

If you’re looking for great coffee, friendly service, and tasty food options, Rococo is the place for you. From the outside, Rococo’s looks rather small, but when you step inside you’ll find plenty of cozy rooms and sections to sit in.

Sit down and soak up the buzzy atmosphere, made all the more enjoyable by bare-brick walls, warming decor, and an interior dating back to the 1850s. You can sit and work away on your laptop – I tend to when I’m here, usually with a tasty plate of cheese on toast in front of me!

Rococo Information

Address: First Floor, 61 Lord St, Liverpool L2 6PB
Phone: +441512274822
Operating Hours: 9 am – 6 pm Mon-Sat, 10 am – 6 pm Sun
Must-Try Items: Cheese on Toast, Toasted BLT, Flavored Latte
Average Cost: $2.50-4.50 per coffee, $6-12 per breakfast dish, $8-10 per lunch item

2. Lucy In The Sky Coffee Shop
(Best for Quirky Vibes)

On the table there is a white cup of hot coffee on the news paper

If you’re looking for great service, quirky menu items, and a good brew, you’ll find it at Lucy in the Sky, one of the more unique cafes in Liverpool. Owner Lucy (see what they did there) serves up everything from espressos to homemade Scouse, (a hearty stew perfect for colder weather).

If you’re after something to make your Instagram followers do a double take, be sure to order “Our Scouse Shake” and receive a milkshake served in a mini wheely bin… that’s a trash can to me and you. Grab a coffee and people-watch, or take in the chic…

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