Embroidered in Liverpool’s rich tapestry, Ma Boyles Alehouse & Eatery has been a firm favourite in the city dating back to 1870.
Located a stone’s throw away from the Royal Albert Dock, the historic pub, which originated as a coffee shop and then later an oyster bar, has gained status as being one of the best alehouses in Liverpool.
Serving up local ales, delicious home-cooked hearty dishes, and an array of cocktails to leave you shaken and not stirred, Ma Boyles brings the wonderful company to complete the perfect socialising itinerary list.
The venues food menu offers plenty to all, from weekend brunch and lunch to midweek mains and their unrivalled Sunday menu, Ma’s pulls all the punches.
Weekend Brunch runs Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm and Sunday 10.00am-12.30pm and offers 90 minutes free flowing drinks including drinks options such as Aperol Spritz, Gin Spritz, Prosecco, Kia Royales, Belinis, Mimosas, Pilsner Lager, Cider or Cask Ale. Brunch food options cater for gluten free, veggie and vegan, with dishes including Full English, Pancakes, Ma’s Breakfast Burgers and much more.
The Mains menu include Ma’s Classic Scouse, Ma’s Beer Battered Fish & Chips, as well as Ma’s Home-Made Burgers all freshly prepared in-house.
Have you even been to Ma Boyles if you haven’t indulged in their famous Sunday roast? With a choice of Beef, Crispy Pork Belly, Roast Chicken and Nut Roast, all Ma’s roasts are served with seasonal vegetables, crispy potatoes and Yorkshire pudding with a herb stuffing in a rich red wine gravy.
Entertainment is covered with Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyles. Showcasing the North’s finest Jazz artists, the venue is fast becoming the place to be, with free entry also, kick back with a pint in hand while listening to melodious rhythms.
So, whether you’re pulling up a pew in the outdoor sitting area, glass in hand on the warm summer nights, celebrating with friends at the weekend brunch or tucking into a home-made Ma’s Sunday roast, no matter your visit to Ma’s, once visited it won’t be your last.
For further information visit www.maboyles.com
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