Our Top Stops for Fab Grub


We fully understand that good food and drink can make or break your trip to Liverpool. So thankfully we are here to help, here are Daniel House Liverpool’s top stops for some fab meals.

Breakfast + Lunch = Brunch

Moose Coffee, Dale Street

If you’ve visited Moose Coffee before, you may be aware of the queues that gather outside to grab yourself a table. However, once you’re seated you forget all about the wait.

If you’re into American style breakfast then Moose Coffee is the place for you, all Moose food is made fresh to order, they offer everything from hot dogs, French toast to their infamous waffles or pancakes. There is something for everyone here and a must visit in Liverpool city centre.

Check out their insta famous menu here.


Cobble Coffee, Ormskirk

Cobble Coffee is a 20 minute drive from Daniel House Liverpool, but it is worth the drive. Open 9-5 daily, Cobble is perfect for an early breakfast, brunch or an early dinner, offering gorgeous homemade food, shakes and cakes.

You only need to check out their insta-feed and you’ll be drooling while grabbing your car keys to head over.


Lucha Libre, Wood Street

Love breakfast and Mexican food? Then Lucha Libre is the place for you served between 9am-2pm daily. They have all the usual English breakfast classics with a Mexican twist, The Full Mexican is spiced scrambled eggs, chorizo & potato hash, sausage patty, Mexican beans, avocado and much more, or you fancy a Breakfast Street Food tray perfect for sharing. Don’t worry if you miss brunch they serve their full menu until 10pm.


Lunch & Afters

Baltic Market, Baltic Triangle

If you haven’t heard of the Baltic Market then you must have been living under a rock. Run by the two lads who set up Independent Liverpool, the Baltic Market is Liverpools first street food market which provides 10 independent food stalls all under one roof with live music.

The line up of food changes regularly so there is always a reason to keep returning. Check out who is there now here.


The Edge at Joey Orr’s, Rice Lane

Who doesn’t love a pub classic? We certainly do, and The Edge offers just that. The pub ranked number one restaurant in Liverpool at one time on TripAdvisor. The pub is run by father and daughter duo who run by the ethos of “familiar food cooked really well” and that’s certainly what they do, perfect its only 5 minutes away from Daniel House.


14 Bar & Grill, Bootle

Daniel House Liverpool is eagerly awaiting the opening of 14 Bar & Grill, located on the 14th floor. The rooftop restaurant will offer stunning panoramic views of Liverpool and beyond. Serving an eclectic menu of homemade dishes, delicious cocktails and drinks. Make sure you book in a visit top 14 Bar & Grill when it opens.


Sweet Treats

Crazy Pedro, Parr Street

Crazy Pedro is a new edition to Liverpool and is a cross between a pizza parlour and party bar. They serve up New York Style homemade pizza, with tones of weird, wacky (and traditional) pizza toppings.

Even Man Vs Food Star Adam Richman has made a trip to the restaurant. If you’ve got a sweet tooth like us then the “I am the resurEGGtion” pizza is for you, the base covered in chocolate sauce, marshmallows, brownie pieces, meringue and topped with a Cadbury’s Crème Egg. However if you prefer your pizzas savoury then you must try their “Dirty Northerner”. Check out their insta @crazypedros


The Midnight Delivery, Liverpool Area

I know this whole post is all about going out, but we could not miss The Midnight Delivery off our Sweet Treats list. The Midnight delivery deliver the most amazing homemade waffles, cakes & shake based in Liverpool from 6pm-11pm Wednesday through to Sunday. From jammy dodger blondies, triple chocolate fudge cakes, slut brownies, doughnut burgers, cheesecakes, cookie sandwiches and much more. The Midnight Delivery is the perfect way to end your trip. Check out their delicious desserts here.



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