The Little Shoe at St George’s Hall
Due to the unforeseen outbreak of Coronavirus, The Little Shoe cafe is changing the way it operates for the foreseeable future.
Until further notice, The Little Shoe at St George’s Hall will be CLOSED.
But the good news is that the team will be on hand to provide deliveries of essential food items such as bread, milk and other tasty treats – including their wonderful ‘Pay it Forward’ care packages – via their online shop: www.thelittleshoeliverpool.co.uk/shop.
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Since 2014, independent family-run business The Little Shoe – formerly known as East Avenue Bakehouse – has been bringing fresh, seasonal, British produce to locals and visitors from their restaurant, based at 112 Bold Street.
Now, St George’s Hall is privileged to have the distinct honour of being second home to this thriving drinking and dining experience.
Visitors can come and relax with a coffee and cake in one of our new comfortable armchairs, with quick fresh lunch options, or afternoon tea with a glass of wine also available to enjoy in one of the finest neoclassical buildings in the world.
The Little Shoe team have designed the decor with a nod to the Victorian heritage of St George’s Hall and have accentuated the exposed bricks, incredible arches and textures of the space.
Where does the name The Little Shoe come from?
The piece of bread that you use to wipe up the sauce from your plate is known as a “scarpetta” in Italy. In English this means “little shoe”. Many customers have used the team’s delicious, freshly-produced bread to mop up the last bit of gravy on their plate, making this name the perfect fit for one of Liverpool’s most-loved cafes.
Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
Sunday – CLOSED
Please note: Hot, cold and alcohol drink options are also available to buy from within the cafe.