The eagle eyed among you will have, like us, spotted the licence applications strapped to a lamppost outside the old Bold Street home of Brew. You might well have noticed that they were for Bold Street Coffee and tea – and their plans to open a new venue, serving alcohol, and open into the evenings. [...]
We salute a restaurant that’s a rarity in the city – it doesn’t talk the talk, it just delivers, every time. Why can’t we have more places like this?
Anchoring the top end of Bold Street again is a record store worth the trek uptown. The newly opened Music Consortium, though, is a resolutely CD free zone. Helen Weatherhead browses the racks…
Warm, friendly, relaxing – and offering authentic and tasty food, The Italian Club is a key part of revitalised top of Bold Street.
Kasbah Cafe Bazaar’s authentic food and finery makes a very promising first impression.
Local designer Gary McGarvey has opened up his own shop in the city’s Ropewalks, bringing a temporary treasure trove to beloved Bold Street.
Leaf celebrates its first birthday in its Bold Street premises with some special guests
To commemorate the Bold Street Festival we’ve got some lesser-known facts to help you clue yourself up on some street facts.
Do your bit to save and protect Liverpool’s singularly special Bold Street, as the Bold Street Festival celebrates the thoroughfare’s (fragile) state of independence this weekend.
We were sad to hear recently that Leaf, based in the Elevator building on Parliament Street, had shut its doors to concentrate on its newly-opened Bold Street branch. Its original incarnation in the Static Gallery was a real gem, but Leaf’s move to the up-and-coming Baltic Triangle felt like a brave and powerful expansion to [...]
Think Liverpool ONE is sucking the life out of Liverpool’s other shopping areas? Here’s one shop that’s bucking the trend with a fashion statement that’ll please the top end of town.
If you’re after a the perfect espresso, we’d say Bold Street Coffee is ground (coffee) zero…
Forget the spray-on protector. When we buy boots, we want them to come with free famine relief.
Even before the blitz, the ‘bombed out’ church was still a singularly special place…
How many independent bookshops does it take to make a cultural capital? And what would it say about us if we lost ours?
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