Here is a list of places to go for brunch in Lancashire

Here is where you can go for brunch in Lancashire

Whether you want pancakes, a full English or crushed avocado, here is a list of places to go for brunch, as voted by readers.

Check out the voter here: VOTE: Where is the best place for a brunch in Lancashire?

The Bees Country Kitchen, in Market Place, Chorley, serves breakfast/brunch Monday to Saturday 8am until 11.30am.'Diners can take away or eat outside under a marquee.

1. The Bees Country Kitchen, Chorley

The Bees Country Kitchen, in Market Place, Chorley, serves breakfast/brunch Monday to Saturday 8am until 11.30am.'Diners can take away or eat outside under a marquee.
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Montagues, in Highfield Road, Blackpool, has an extensive menu for breakfast and bruncj, including homemade American pancakes, crushed avocado, and smoked salmon and scrambled eggs. Alcoholic breakfast cocktails also available.

2. Montagues. Blackpool

Montagues, in Highfield Road, Blackpool, has an extensive menu for breakfast and bruncj, including homemade American pancakes, crushed avocado, and smoked salmon and scrambled eggs. Alcoholic breakfast cocktails also available.
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Rosie Posies, in Farrington Street, Chorley, serves an all day breakfast, as well as breakfast butties, porridge, crumpets and yoghurt and granola.

3. Rosie Posie's, Chorley

Rosie Posies, in Farrington Street, Chorley, serves an all day breakfast, as well as breakfast butties, porridge, crumpets and yoghurt and granola.
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David Bowie-inspired Ziggys, in Cedar Square, Blackpool, serves a selection of dishes with American pancakes and french toast, as well as Ziggy's breakfast.'Gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options also available.

4. Ziggy's, Blackpool

David Bowie-inspired Ziggys, in Cedar Square, Blackpool, serves a selection of dishes with American pancakes and french toast, as well as Ziggy's breakfast.'Gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options also available.
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