BOTTOMLESS BRUNCH in Liverpool! Ma Boyle’s is a wonderful hidden gem in the heart of Liverpool, so grab the girls, because it’s time for brunch!
If there’s one thing Liverpool ladies love, it’s a bottomless brunch. The perfect opportunity to catch up with the girls, indulge in avocado and pancakes, and of course, sip cocktails that just keep coming! Well, Ma Boyle’s, tucked away off Water Street, and nestled right next to the beautiful St Nick’s church gardens, is currently offering a £30 per person bottomless brunch.
So, to see what all the fuss was about, we decided to go and experience it for ourselves!
Ma Boyle’s Liverpool
Having just celebrated their 150th anniversary, Ma Boyle’s is an independent Liverpool hotspot, ideal for al fresco dining and cocktails. Having been part of the city’s buzzing hospitality sector for over one and a half centuries now, it continues to evolve to complement ever-changing food trends and…dare we mention it…the global pandemic.
Now we’ve all been given the green light to dine outside after months of being stuck indoors, Ma Boyle’s has invested over £15,000 to create a new outdoor dining area. Designed to offer semi-permanent seating in the sun for those searching for a secret spot for bottomless brunch in Liverpool. Plus, as the sun sets over the city, this pretty dining area is transformed into a romantic hot spot with fairy lights illuminating the outdoor dining space.
As an award-winning restaurant and bar, Ma Boyle’s captures the hearts of so many locals and tourists alike, offering bistro food and a quieter spot in the city for friends and colleagues to meet up and relax.
Hidden Gem & Bottomless Brunch
Now what you’ve all been waiting for! What do you get for £30 per person?
Well, first of all, let us just express how outstanding the team at Ma Boyle’s Liverpool is. Friendly, welcoming, fast-service, and highly professional. We were so impressed with how quickly we just felt at ease, relaxed, and welcomed. Not once did we need to ask for another drink. The front-of-house team is not only efficient but charming too. We want to say a huge thank you to Ma Boyle’s for inviting us and making our brunch a memorable occasion.
Bottomless Brunch Menu & Hours
Monday – Friday 12pm – 2:30pm for 90 minutes
Saturday 10am – 3pm for 90 minutes
Sunday 10am – 1pm for 90 minutes
For £30 per person, you can begin brunch with a sparkling glass of Prosecco topped with a strawberry, while you explore the menu.
We choose Eggs Benedict, which was served on a toasted English breakfast muffin and lovingly topped with two rashers of smoked streaky bacon, two poached eggs, homemade hollandaise, and peppery watercress. We also went for the H.S.M. a vegetarian option with a toasted brioche bun packed with veggie delights such as grilled halloumi, wilted spinach, and field mushrooms.
You then have 90 minutes to sip cocktails in the sun.
- Aperol Spritz
- Gin Spritz
- Kia Royale
- Passion Fruit Bellini
- Unicorn Fizz Bellini
- Pilsner Lager, Cider or Cask Ale
Note: You do not need to preorder your food at Ma Boyle’s but bottomless brunch must be pre-booked via their website, MaBoyles.com
For Iain Hoskins, Ma Boyle’s owner, opening outdoors again is a hugely significant moment. “We have been building up to this date for a long time now and are applying the finishing touches for this new alfresco chapter. We can feel how ready the city is for us, for everywhere to open. Liverpool is built on hospitality at the site has been here for such a long time, there’s so much history steeped in these walls, it feels very special just to get the doors open again and have the tables and chairs out in the street. We really can’t wait to be welcoming everyone back. We are also in the unusual position of missing our 150th-anniversary celebrations last year because of the pandemic, so will be making up for that in 2021 with some very special moments – a year late!”
Iain is also soon to launch Tempest on Tithebarn, with a heavy nod to New York’s meatpacking district eateries, focusing heavily on brunches, lunches, cocktails and craft beer. The site features a ground-floor bar and restaurant, a basement club and a stunning open-air rooftop looking out across the city. More news is coming very soon on Tempest on Tithebarn.