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MetiNews.Com - There has never been a better time to support local independent businesses in Liverpool

Liverpool news 32 Liverpool independents the city wouldn't be the same without MetiNews.Com

MetiNews.Com - There has never been a better time to support local independent businesses in Liverpool

Liverpool news  32 Liverpool independents the city wouldn't be the same without MetiNews.Com
18 October 2020 - 09:00

Breaking News ! After a week that saw Liverpool placed under tier 3 lockdown restrictions today we're urging people to support local businesses that are much loved across the city. Many independents have had a difficult year due to the coronavirus pandemic and the restrictions that have been introduced to help stop the spread of the virus. But providing you stick to the guidelines, which currently include not meeting with others outside your immediate household or support bubble, you can still support the businesses that need our custom more than ever. Here we've rounded up some of the best loved independents in Liverpool and you can let us know your favourites in the comments below. Thoughtfully Cafe Just a stone's throw from Liverpool ONE, Thoughtfully is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Serving up a range of breakfast and lunch dishes, including cheese toasties, pancakes, granola and more, Thoughtfully is known for its tranquil atmosphere. Cleveland Square, Liverpool Join the Secret Elves Club for a chance to win £200 Christmas shopping vouchers East River Independent cocktail bar East River opened in 2018, bringing a slice of New York’s Lower East Side to Liverpool. Specialising in creative cocktails and bagels, East River is designed to be two types of places, firstly a coffee-and-linger daytime hangout and secondly a cocktail and drinks kind of place at night. Allerton Road, Liverpool Potts Coffee Potts Coffee's pancakes have been a hit with customers (Image: Potts Coffee) This independent opened its doors in January this year and is 100% vegan. Potts Coffee is hidden in plain sight in the city centre, and is Liverpool’s first ever 100% vegan speciality coffee shop, serving locally roasted, ethical coffee, breakfast, brunch and lunch. Slater Street, Liverpool Designer Kidz Boutique Designer Kidz Boutique is a children's clothing business established in 2005. It is owned by Debbie Harrington who sells a selection of clothing at a wide range of prices. 35 High Street, Prescot The Brunch Club This independent serves up brunch classics with a twist. The venue was taken over by the team behind Ghetto Golf last year, who transformed the space into “the most bespoke bar experience in town”. The venue boasts a woodland-inspired interior and even offers bottomless brunch. Duke Street, Liverpool A Slower Space Husband and wife Mike Waterfield, 41, and Michelle Waterfield, 40, own A Slower Space on Penny Lane Located on Liverpool's world famous Penny Lane, this small shop is filled with plants and friendly staff who can explain how to keep them alive. You'll also find a great selection of gifts, including jewellery, chocolate, candles and beauty products, many of which are made by local traders. You can even grab a coffee while you're there. Penny Lane, Liverpool Lunya One of Liverpool’s most-loved independents, Lunya is an award-winning Spanish deli, bar and restaurant. Lunya opened its doors in the city back in 2010 and won the hearts of many. Specialising in authentic Catalan and Spanish food, the eclectic menu features everything from patatas bravas to Iberico solomillo. Hanover Street, Liverpool Wolf & Waffle Wolf & Waffle on Berry Street, Liverpool (Image: Wolf & Waffle) One of the city’s latest additions, Wolf & Waffle opened its doors in August 2020 serving up something for everyone - including vegan and gluten free options. The bar is just steps from the Chinese Arch with its interior featuring a bright bar space and floor-to-ceiling windows. Berry Street, Liverpool The Quarter One of the Georgian quarter’s most-loved restaurants, The Quarter serves up everything from breakfast to pizza, pasta and cake. The Italian-inspired cafe is perfect for a quiet meal, breakfast of coffee stop, with a vibrant atmosphere and stunning views of the Liverpool Cathedral. Falkner Street, Liverpool The Little Shoe Previously East Avenue Bakehouse, The Little Shoe is an independent restaurant and micro bakery serving a brasserie menu as well as natural wines, cocktails and artisan coffee. The venue has a sister cafe in St George’s Hall. Bold Street and St George’s Plateau, Liverpool To find out about local issues where you live, enter your postcode: Baby Melanie This independent shop specialises in baby clothes with shops on Broadway in Norris Green, Belle Vale Shopping Centre and St Johns Shopping Centre. They sell designer baby and children’s clothing aged from newborn to 14. Norris Green, Bellevale, Liverpool city centre Ryde Who said exercise and cake don’t mix? This independent has been bringing cycling and food together since it launched in 2016. The café serves up breakfast and lunch, ranging from a full English and pastries to freshly made naan pizzas, quesadillas, and pasta. You can even get your bike serviced while you eat. Cains Brewery Village, Stanhope Street, Liverpool Liverpool Cheese Company Co-owner of Liverpool Cheese Company Vickie who opened the shop almost 14 years ago An entire shop dedicated to cheese, you'll smell the Woolton store before you step inside. With a huge selection of cheeses from right across Europe and plenty of local options too, the hardest part is deciding what to buy. Thankfully the knowledgeable and friendly staff will gladly advise and you can also pick up a selection of chutneys and crackers during your visit. Woolton Street, Woolton Siren This independent is off the beaten track, serving up brunch, lunch, coffee and cocktails with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal, homemade food. The space is often rented for private events and has even been known to host intimate, relaxed weddings. St James Street, Liverpool Ditto Coffee This tiny coffee shop champions independent music, offering independent artists a more physical route to the market, allowing them to sell their music digitally and physically in-store. The coffee shop offers independent artists the chance to network, perform, and relax. Jamaica Street, Liverpool Angela's of Liverpool Established since 1977, Angela's of Liverpool have prided themselves in sourcing the very best of exclusive and affordable children's clothing designs. They are the leading stockists of well known children's designer brands and cater for all occasions, from casual wear to special event wear. College Road, Crosby and Stanley Road, Bootle Rococo Coffee House Rococo cafe bar, Lord Street, Liverpool A hidden gem above the hustle and bustle of Lord Street, Rococo is a great retreat from the chaos of the city centre. The coffee house opened its doors in 2008 and has been a favourite ever since. The menu includes everything from paninis and sandwiches to cakes and milkshakes.

. Local suppliers taking part include the Scotch Beef Shop, The Little Shoe Bakery, Liverpool Cheese Company, Laura's Little Bakery, McKuhens Butchers, H Jesse Seafood, Liverpool Produce Company and Ware UK. The service has recently launched The Big Student Bundle, with 32 essentials including meat, veg, tinned goods and toilet roll. LIDS Delivery Service Tiny Rick’s Tiny Rick's is based on Smithdown Road now (Image: Liverpool Echo) Having relocated to Smithdown Road, Tiny Rick’s is beloved by cereal and board game enthusiasts. The venue has many weird and wonderful cereals from around the world to tuck into and more than 300 board games for customers to play during their visit. Smithdown Road, Liverpool Red Brick Market A shoppers haven in the Baltic Triangle, Red Brick Market is home to multiple traders selling clothing, furniture and accessories. It’s easy to lose a few hours perusing the vast selection of fabric, clothes and bric-a-brac available while potentially bagging a bargain too. Stanhope Street, Liverpool The Painted Ladies The Painted Ladies is tucked away on Hope Street, nestled right between the famous Everyman Theatre and The Pen Factory - you've probably passed it several times without spotting it. The Painted Ladies launched in April 2015 and offers tattooing and piercing by a group of people who are as friendly as they are talented. Hope Street, Liverpool Mooshy La La The interior of Mooshy La La in South Liverpool Seven years ago, Sue Gannon opened her vintage shop Mooshy La La. Since her time on the road she has noticed how its reputation has changed. Mooshy La La aims to provide bohemian glamour and customers are willing to travel to Sue and her shop from Liverpool and beyond. Smithdown Road, Liverpool Bold Street Coffee Its name gives away its location. This coffee shop is based in the city centre and has a huge following. It is loved for its breakfast buoys and of course, its coffee. But the cafe is community focused too with its walls often showcasing art work relating to local issues or causes. Bold Street, Liverpool Me and Mine Childrenswear This children's wear store first opened back in October 2017 and offers clothing for kids up to 14 years, stocking a range of designer clothing brands including Patachou, Gulliver and Happy Calegi. 99 Liverpool Road, Crosby Queens Wine Bar & Bistro Queens Wine Bar & Bistro opened last year and has been a welcome addition to the street. Its co-owner Devin Stewart from South Liverpool and owns R and H Fine Wines which is based next door too. Queens Wine Bar & Bistro provides customers with handmade wines from traditional vineyards and seasonal cooking. The head chef at the bistro, Tom Lee, was the North West Young Chef of the Year in 2014. Queens Avenue, Liverpool City Centre R and H Fine Wines R and H fine wines, Queens Avenue When it comes to wine and spirits we actually can't imagine there are many people in the city who know more than owner Devin does. The shop is a wine merchants, specialising in hand-made wines, with Devin always offering that first-hand approach of listening to his customers and suggesting the best wine for their occasion or taste. Anyone who may not be familiar with his shop will have certainly drunk some of his drinks as he regularly supplies champagne and quirky beers to bars and restaurants across the city. Queens Avenue, Liverpool City Centre Abditory Queens Avenue welcomed bar Abditory in November last year. The bar is being operated by Camp and Furnace co-founder Steven Burgess and Josh Moore who have a long term vision for the venue to "become a well loved contribution to the city's growing collection of amazing spaces." Its menus features a variety of wines, cocktails, beers and food such as toasties and sharing boards. There is also a range of hot drinks and coffees too. Abditory is currently temporarily closed whilst the new current rules are ongoing. Little Heirs and Graces Little Heirs and Graces, located on Petticoat Lane off Bold Street This shop in Petticoat Lane shopping arcade on Bold Street, has been established for more than 20 years and specialises in christening and communion wear for boys and girls. Prices range from £45 to £179.99. Bold Street, Liverpool Laura's Little Bakery Back in 2010 mum Laura Worthington knocked up some birthday cupcakes for her eldest daughter and realised she had a flair for baking. Laura's Little Bakery was born and 10 years later the star baker has more a 20,000 followers on Instagram, supplies cakes to city restaurants and cafes and creates show stoppers for private orders. Laura's Little Bakery One Percent Forest This Icelandic inspired coffee shop and bar can be found on Allerton Road in the heart of Woolton Village. Whether you fancy a morning flat white or an evening Old Fashioned, the cafe is a cosy retreat where you can also grab a bite to eat and browse a small selection of gifts including premixed cocktail bottles, books and artwork. Allerton Road, Woolton Scamps Kids Wear With over 30 years of experience Scamps designer children's clothing store is a family run business. They offer a variety of children's designer outfits for both boys and girls and have a vast collection of beautiful christening dresses, christening gowns and boys christening outfits too. West Derby Road, Tuebrook Voglio Gift Shop If you've got a birthday, anniversary or other occasion coming up, this gift shop has some lovely ideas. Inside you'll find a selection of handmade jewellery, children's toys, candles, bags, Liverpool themed products, and much more. Voglio is on the same stretch of Allerton Road as other much-loved independent stores including Adam's Apple green grocers, Clarke B R and Family butcher, B. Shrigley and Son Fishmonger and M. Ray's Bakery. Allerton Road, Liverpool

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