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After all the walking in Liverpool, and there will be a lot of walking, here are some lovely cafes where you can rest your feet.

The Sports Café

This café with plenty of TV screens gives you a chance to follow the teams of Liverpool. If you happen to be there an evening when Liverpool plays, come in time as you can expect the place to be crowded.

Address42/44 Stanley Street
Phone+44 151 239 5070
Webwww.cafesportsengland.com

Alma De Cuba

Alma De Cuba is a brunch, lunch, dinner and club place that has to be seen to be believed. If you ever wanted to drink at the alter then this is your chance.

AddressSt. Peters Church, Seel Street
Phone+44 151 702 7394
Webwww.alma-de-cuba.com

Moose Coffee

An attempt to catch the American and Canadian attitude toward breakfast is what created this awesome breakfast joint. In addition to breakfast treats such as potato hash, organic bacon and Eggs Benedict, they also serve brunch.

Address6 Dale Street
Phone+44 151 227 4880
Webwww.moosecoffee.co.uk

The Onion Deli

Do not let the name scare you. The Onion Deli is a modern and fresh café with a passion for food that is evident in their home baked bread, fresh salads and cakes.

Address124 Aigburth Road
Phone+44 7933 661 580
Webwww.theoniondeli.com

Tate Café

Here you can enjoy delicious, homemade hot and cold meals or a coffee with a view over the magnificent Albert dock. Tate Café is open during gallery hours for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

AddressAlbert Dock
Phone+44 15 1702 7400
Webwww.tate.org.uk