Where to grab a hot drink on the go – North West guide
For many, the idea of starting the working day without an extra hot skinny latte is utterly preposterous. Fortunately here in the North West we’re blessed with a wealth of quality coffee shops to grab a hot caffeine kick – many of which are perfectly placed and well equipped for out-of-office meetings and remote working or simply a pit stop during the commute.
Words by Lawrence Saunders
Salford | Ziferblat
Split over two levels in the base of the Tomorrow Building, this branch of the part sitting room, part shared office and full-time coffee shop is Ziferblat’s biggest location. Its meeting rooms have access to reliable Wi-Fi and can be booked for just 6p per person per minute.
Liverpool | Moose Coffee
Dale Street, Liverpool
Handily positioned for Liverpool’s business community on the edge of the commercial district and a stone’s throw from Moorfields station, Moose is one of the city’s most popular coffee shops thanks to its impeccable send-up of an authentic North American diner pumping out hearty breakfasts and cracking brews.
Chester | Jaunty Goat Coffee
Bridge Street, Chester
This independently owned café serving freshly roasted coffee on the picturesque Bridge Street has proved a hit with locals thanks to its house blend created by Peterborough’s Masteroast and a quality selection of sandwiches, paninis and cakes.
Manchester | Grindsmith
Located on the ground floor of Central Working’s Manchester club, Grindsmith was launched with a plan to serve the best coffee in Manchester. Judging by the slew of positive reviews, it’s come pretty close to achieving just that.