Miss Cay is correct, of course, in patronising this establishment. Recognition of Lionel Richie's noted 'All Night Long' period is a clue as to the integrity & quality within. I'm sure I speak for many Qypers when I say that I would never accept a drink from a joint preferring his (in my opinion) rushed 'Dancing on the Ceiling' release all-too-soon afterwards. Great review. You are clearly once, twice -wait for it- three times a latte.
3 reviews of Bold Street Coffee in English
The coffee in here is amazing. The vibe is great too.
As well as coffee, they also do a small selection of sandwiches, cakes and pastries which decorate the serving counter equally as perfectly as they taste.
They have one of those stamping schemes here where you can get a free cup of coffee once you have bought 8 cups.
Its just got much more character and cool than the other option for freshly brewed coffee on Bold Street, which is a chain coffee shop. And I have heard many liverpool folk say this is the best coffee in town too.
Often packed with creatives having meetings over their apple notebooks, its light airy, and a lovely place to sit and spend some time in.
They have a breakfast menu, which I am yet to try, but I have been told that its rather good.
Popular with young working professional types. Good minimalistic decor with some nice prints adorning the walls.
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I knew I was going to love Bold Street Coffee from the moment I walked through its doors and discovered that it contains a picture of a pole dancing Lionel Richie on its counter. From then on in, they could have served me mud in a fancy cup and I still would have swooned and handed them over my cold hard cash.
Thankfully, they didn't serve me mud. Anything but. Indeed, I'd go so far as to say that Bold Street Coffee serves up some of the best coffee in Merseyside. Situated on the site formerly occupied by Coffee Union, this most recent addition to L1's numerous selection of cafés serves up an excellent selection of coffees, all made lovingly by some rather attractive baristas. Plus, they won't charge you the earth for it either. When I went in there on Friday, I managed to get a delicious and wonderfully well made Flat White for less than two quid - AND it was served up with a smile, which is something I haven't found myself saying about some of Bold Street's other coffee emporiums!
Bold Street Coffee has also started serving up a selection of rather delicious sounding food. I've yet to try the bacon sandwich that they proudly promote on the blackboard situated outside their front door each morning, but if it's anything as good as the toast and peanut butter I happily devoured, then you're certainly in for a treat.
From the looks of things, this has all the elements in place to be a great little café. I'm looking forward to attending some of their tasting sessions, as well as spending some afternoons lazing around on their sofas, soaking up the sunshine, and sipping delicately on some of their excellent looking blends.
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