Tate Liverpool Food and drink

Jazz Brunch

Ceri Richards Still Life with Music 1933

Ceri Richards, Still Life with Music 1933 © Tate

Enjoy brunch in the Tate Liverpool Café with the sounds of acoustic jazz

The menu features brunch classics such as poached eggs with smoked salmon and American-style pancakes alongside our seasonal lunch menu.

Relax in our Café, surrounded by the colourful design of Sir Peter Blake, whilst listening to hot jazz, ragtime and popular tunes. The perfect way to help you ease your way into Sunday.


The Deportees are a Liverpool based jazz band consisting of musicians from the UK, Europe, the United States. and Iran. Their compositions and improvising reflect a range of musical influence from American and European Jazz, Blues, Latin American music, and the Avant Garde.

Jazzophonists are a Liverpool based group of young jazz musicians formed by saxophonist Cian Radcliffe in 2018. The band draws upon a wide range of jazz influences, from Charlie Parker and John Coltrane to more modern jazz artists.

Green Tangerines deliver a 70s inspired blend of Jazz and Funk. This five piece are hard hitting, with punchy brass and a driving rhythm section.

Tunestepper Trio perform music from the 1920s–1930s, ranging from pop standards and film soundtracks to classic swinging jazz. Their sound is defined by their less-than-usual lineup of bass clarinet, guitar, minimal drum kit and vocals.

The Jazzophonists

The Jazzophonists

Green Tangerines

Green Tangerines

Nick Branton

Nick Branton

Tate Liverpool


Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Liverpool L3 4BB
Plan your visit


5 January 2020 at 11.00–13.00

2 February 2020 at 11.00–13.00

1 March 2020 at 11.00–13.00

5 April 2020 at 11.00–13.00