The Liverpool coffee scene is growing and growing. More independent coffee spots are popping up all over the city. In the past month a new coffee shop has opened in the heart of the Baltic Triangle called The Red Berry Club. I dropped in this past weekend to find out a bit more…
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Coffee with a difference…
The Red berry Club is a coffee connoisseur’s dream. The guys there have really invested some time and effort into selecting their products on offer and have some unique blends. There are blends from all around the world – think as far out as Brazil!
As well as unique tea and coffee experiences you can get all of your standard tea and coffee options. If you just want to grab a flat white on the go then the Red berry Club can whip one up for you no problem.
The food is also on point and you’ll have no trouble finding a healthy option for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon snack. As a starting point, I went for the granola which is a wining combination of whole grain oats, natural honey, natural greek yoghurt, fresh blueberries and chai seeds.
Their bagels are also a great option, however, should you want something more indulgent, go for the cakes!!! All of the cakes in the Red Berry Club are freshly made by Laura of Laura’s Little Bakery. The cakes are something else and if you can walk away from the counter without a slice of one then you’re willpower is stronger than most!
Mick and Mark, co-owners of The Red Berry Club, aim for the venue to become more than just a coffee shop. As soon as you walk in you’ll notice the sound choice of music playing away in the background. This reflects the aims of the duo who. One day in the not so distant future they hope to host a number of events such as acoustic music sessions or poetry nights.
Currently the Red Berry Club offers a great spot to chill out, have a lunchtime business meeting or take the kids for a weekend treat. Having two levels means that you can take yourself up to the mezzanine seating area which feels like you;re tucked away in a secret location thanks to the clever layout and design.
The weekend just gone saw the guys host some Spanish acoustic acts as part of the Threshold festival that worked its way through the city. That’s what’s really endearing about Red Berry Club they guys want it to be more than a coffee shop. They’re really passionate about creating a social hub for people to go to and enjoy themselves.
Longer term there has even been talk of events running outside in the summer months. However, these are in the early stages so sit tight for news in the future. For now, one of the coolest things to see at the Red Berry Club is the amazing artwork. The graffiti style wall wrapping around the left-hand side of the building is amazing, the detail is incredible…
How to find it…
The Red Berry club is located on Jamaica Street in Liverpool which is part of the growing Baltic Triangle area. The area is host to some of the city’s favourite nightlife spots such as the Camp and Furnace.
The guys are open Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm.
There’s also free parking for 2 hours in a number of bays in the surrounding area. This makes accessing the shop and relaxing with a coffee nice and easy. So, if you have a spare couple of hours I’d definitely recommend paying the team a visit. Get in touch with they guys via their social below or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’ve already visited then let me know what you think in the comments below….