Constellations

Constellations is an excellent venue in the Baltic Triangle. It’s beer garden is a fabulous place to sit in warmer months, and they make great use of their space to host art exhibitions, DJ sets and gigs. Their weekend brunch club is every weekend from 10am to 3pm.

My sister and I went to Constellations on Sunday to try their weekend brunch club. I was excited to see how they would adapt the place for the brunch club, and of course, what the breakfast was like.

Constellations cafe/bar is bright and open, with tables and benches dotted around. I’m glad we booked in advance because it was busy with groups and families. We sat down and looked over the menu, before ordering a soy cappuccino (for Sophie) and a mimosa (for me). We both decided on the full English (£8), the true Breakfast Club Blog Test.

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Constellation’s full English has delicious ingredients that are all locally sourced. They also do a vegan and vegetarian option, as well as muffins, American breakfasts and a build your own bap. The full English consists of eggs how you want, bacon, sausage, baked beans, fried potato, tomato and toast with sea salt butter. I opted for scrambled eggs and Sophie ordered poached.

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We did wait a little while for our food due to it being busy, but this was an excuse for another mimosa. Our food arrived fresh and well presented, filling but not too rich. I loved the baked beans and fried potato, done a bit differently to what I’ve had before.

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Constellations’ weekend brunch club is relaxed, and perfect if you want a chilled start to the weekend. There’s an option to have a person-sized bottle of Prosecco with brunch, which always makes breakfast a lot more fun.

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You can find Constellations website here, and their Twitter, Facebook and on Instagram @constellationsliverpool. As well as doing a lovely brunch, there’s always so much going on here and every time I’ve been it’s always different and fun.

DW

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