Here are five of the best places to get a lazy brunch in Lancashire
March 3, 2021
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Rise, Miller Arcade, Preston
Just because we are in lockdown, doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a lazy brunch at the weekend. Or any day of the week with so many of us working from home.
And that’s where Rise step in. They say, brunch is no midway meal on the fly. It’s an easy-going chance to eat without stressing out. This is what we eat when we’re catching up and when we’re slowing down. Digging in before the day ahead or looking back on last night.
So why not get together with friends on Zoom and order a brunch from Rise. Brunch is what they are all about and there’s any number of tasty treats on their menu, including a birthday brunch box.
Ravenous, Cannon Street, Preston
This little cafe has a large menu which covers all your brunch needs, with vegetarian options too. Think dishes like breakfast, porridge, toast, crumpets, sandwiches, toasties, paninis, salads, poached eggs, scrambled eggs and more.
They are open Tuesday to Saturday, 8.30am until 2pm, for collection. And for delivery from 2/3pm, until 5pm.
Phoning to pre-order is preferred – 01772 887982.
The Brunch Bar, Newton Terrace, Lancaster
The Brunch Bar does exactly what it says on the tin – offers a wide range of meals to serve your lazy brunch needs.
They are open for collection, and you have the option of delivery six days a week. Find them on the Lancaster Eats app.
The Lytham Kitchen, Market Street, Lytham
This little gem in the heart of Lytham is opening its doors on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for takeaway food and drinks.
With a great range of traditional breakfasts, omelettes and pancakes, plus lunchtime offerings like sandwiches and salad boxes, The Lytham Kitchen is a one-stop place for a lazy brunch.