Brasco Lounge on Mann Island is close to the River Mersey, the Museum of Liverpool and the Three Graces, and is one of Liverpool’s hidden treasures. If you don’t know about Brasco, then you may not even know it was there.

The Brasco Lounge is easily accessible, if you’re approaching from The Strand, there is step free access via the courtyard where the Open Eye Gallery is based, as you exit at the south side, the Brasco Lounge is located to the right.

There are Blue Badge parking bays on Mann Island and Brunswick Street, which are in close proximity to the Brasco Lounge. If you’re travelling by car, please be aware the entrance to Mann Island is now via Brunswick Street, just off the north-bound carriageway on The Strand.

The decor in the lounge is modern and the venue has an accessible toilet and baby changing facilities. There is usually ample room to move around, and the venue is dog friendly too. The staff have always been very accomodating, we have dined at Brasco with groups of disabled people on several occasions and the hospitality has always been nothing short of excellent. The atmosphere has always been welcoming and relaxed, and there is an outdoor seating area, perfect for those warm summer evenings. The addition of automatic entrance doors makes access easier for wheelchair users and individuals with mobility aids.

The food has never disappointed and for a venue in Liverpool city centre, the prices and very reasonable. On the occasions we have visited, the most popular dishes have been the lounge breakfast, which is served all day, buttermilk chicken with homemade slaw and fries, beef chilli with lime and coriander rice and the salmon fishcakes with a poached egg, hollandaise, wild rocket and fries. There is a tapas menu, gluten free menu and vegan menu’s available too. If you have room for a dessert the churros and sticky toffee pudding, both come highly recommended!.

If you’re looking for a relaxing place to go for a coffee or a bite to eat with family and friends, then the Brasco Lounge is somehwere we would always recommend, you never know, you may even see us there!

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