Food & Drink
Blakey’s is the perfect place to meet friends, unwind from work or debrief during the day.
Blakey’s is a stylish town centre café bar operating in the King George’s Hall complex. With its central location close to shops and businesses, and with a large multi-storey car park on the doorstep, Blakey’s is a perfect place to sit and relax or live it up and party the night away.
Food and Drink
Blakey’s serves not only good quality food but good quality drinks as well and we do both brilliantly. We are picky about produce and we only use carefully sourced, seasonal ingredients whenever possible.
Open from 10am Tuesday to Saturday you can start the day with breakfast or brunch. Call in for a light lunch or pre-concert dinner for those classic satisfying dishes.
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 3pm
Food is served from 10am, last orders at 2.30pm
Breakfast and Brunch
Start the day with Blakey’s full English breakfast – a feast of sausage, prime back bacon, free range eggs, beans and fresh thick sliced toasted bloomer bread. A large selection of wake-me-up coffees and teas are always available, the perfect way to start the business day or catch up on the events of the night before. For a different start to the day hold your breakfast meeting with us. We can open early and accommodate groups of up to 50 in Blakey’s, or more in an extensive number of flexible meeting rooms. Can’t get away from the office? We can also deliver to you hot or cold options: breakfasts, buffets, lunches and teas.
As well as all the regular favourites we have an ever-evolving array of specials. We also have a lighter bite section to the menu and a good selection of speciality sandwiches and salads. We also now serve Sunday lunch.
Blakey’s serves quality drinks supplied by Daniel Thwaite’s, our local Lancashire brewer, known for a comprehensive array of cask beers and international lagers as well as an extensive portfolio of old and new world wines.
Blakey’s and King George’s Hall is a responsible alcohol retailer and does use the Challenge 25 policy. If you are lucky enough to look young and fresh-faced, please keep some form of identification with you. Unfortunately, if you do look under 25 and do not have any ID, then you will not be served with alcohol.