New ‘hidden’ events space at Bold Street Coffee

One of Liverpool’s most popular coffee shops – Bold Street Coffee – has unveiled a new ‘hidden’ private event space. Tony McDonough reports

Bold Street Coffee
Basement events space at Bold Street Coffee in Liverpool


Since opening in Liverpool city centre in 2010 Bold Street Coffee has quickly become an institution and now it is enhancing its offer with a new ‘hidden’ event space.

It has converted the basement underneath its Bold Street premises into a room that it intends to hire out for birthdays and other gatherings including baby showers, christenings, small weddings and corporate events.

Hosting private events from 7.30am until midnight, BSC’s basement can be hired as the full event space, for up to 40 guests, where they can play their own music, use a 40in smart TV, and tuck into some BSC favourites.

The space can also be hired as a meeting room which seats up to 10 people with packages available for pastries, fruit, lunch and unlimited tea and coffee. It has been decked out in bright speckled flooring and teal hues and is adorned in plants and greenery giving it a fresh, naturalistic feel.

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Free wifi is included as standard and guests will have exclusive access to a private coffee kiosk that can only be used by those booking the private space. BSC director Matt Farrell said: “Having this new event space adds a further dimension to Bold Street Coffee.

“Known and loved for its specialty coffee and dishes, this new basement space will give our guests the opportunity to host private events with us in the heart of Bold Street and prebook for large parties where our food and drinks will be available.

“The space has been designed to reflect bright and bold colours. It’s a welcoming environment and we’re really excited about having our loyal guests joining us for a different experience at Bold Street Coffee.”

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