24 Hardman Street

This is where it all started. Originally an Art Deco extension of the Liverpool School for the Blind, we took over this then-derelict grade II listed corner space in 2015 and transformed it into 92 Degrees' flagship store. The building benefits from high ceilings and full height windows that fill the room with light.

Perhaps most importantly, this is where our roastery operation first started, with our 2.5kg Diedrich roaster (affectionately named Molly) which supplied the shop and a growing number of local businesses with hand-roasted coffee. 

24 Hardman Street is a central space for art in the community, with regular arts and music events, as well as a monthly rotation of local art on the walls. The space welcomes and caters for a range of people, from visiting families to working professionals and students. Its location directly opposite the exquisite Philharmonic Hall places it in the heart of Liverpool's Cultural Quarter, and we are proud to have such a perfect space here.