7 of the best places to have brunch in Blackpool outdoors as the weather improves
With the second lockdown closing seating areas of bars, restaurants and cafes in the resort at the beginning of the year, many moved to takeout and click and collect only.
However, on Monday, April 12, outdoor seating areas were finally allowed to reopen – and here are 7 of the best places to enjoy brunch with friends and family, or on your own (we are not judging) in Blackpool over the next few weeks.
Whether you are after breakfast, brunch or just a slice of cake, the outdoor area of Hive in Church Street is open Monday to Saturday 9am until 5pm, and Sunday 10am to 3pm.
The outdoor area at The Coffee Pot cafe was a popular destination for residents on April 12. The Birley Street cafe is open 9am until 5pm daily.
There is no need to book at the Beach House Bistro & Bar situated between North and Central piers. You can visit them Sunday to Thursday between 10am and 11pm, and between 10am and 1am on Fridays and Saturdays.
If you fancy a cheeky cocktail with you brunch you can visit The Compass Cafe Bar along Birley Street. The cafe's outdoor area is open 9am until 4pm seven days a week.
There's no need to book at Stefani's Pizzeria, with customers encouraged to turn up to enjoy their outdoor space in Cedar Square. You can enjoy a pizza with them between 12pm and 9pm Tuesday to Sunday.
Number Five's outdoor area, which stretches out in Cedar Square in the town, is open 9.30am until 5pm everyday except Sundays when the cafe bar will be open 10am until 4pm.
At The Layton Rakes in Market Street you can enjoy brunch in the rooftop terrace. The pub reopened along with all other JD Wetherspoon pubs with outdoor spaces on April 12, but is currently operating a reduced menu.