Liverpool’s The Brunch Club is shaking things up with a new “Instagrammable” interior décor and signature cocktail menu.
The Duke Street venue has been reinvented by the team behind Ghetto Golf, following a creative overhaul that promises visitors “the most bespoke bar experience in town”.
Foliage has been used to “bring the outside in”, creating a woodland-inspired interior. This is complemented by an all-new drinks and dining concept that runs from morning breakfasts to cocktails by night.
The Brunch Club has welcomed on board a host of mixologists to help with the creation of the new cocktail menu.
Specials include In Bloom, a combination of Martins de Sa Rosé Port, St Germain Elderflower Liqueur, wild strawberry liqueur, mint and strawberries, topped with homemade lemonade, and Rye Tai, which blends Rittenhouse Rye, cachaça, blood orange Cointreau, almond syrup and angostura bitters.
Owner Kip Piper said: “When we first set our sights on The Brunch Club, we had a fantastic vision for the place which included a brand-new feel to its food and drinks offering to really match the visual aesthetics of the space.
“We thrive off experimenting and have really embraced our creative nature with this project.
“We’re certainly daring when it comes to exploring new grounds, and although brunch is incredibly popular at the moment, we’re always looking to do things differently.
“With this in mind, we will be serving food all day every day, creating a seamless transition from day to night in a venue that is both timeless and on-trend.”