Liam Gallagher plans on buying his favourite greasy spoon cafe

Time to diversify that business portfolio

Liam Gallagher is planning on moving into the culinary business for his next venture with sources revealing that he’s interested in buying his local fry-up café.

After a cracking secret set at Latitude, members of Gallagher’s crew told the Daily Star that the singer has recently become interested in a local café: “He is always going on about this particular cafe near where he used to live which he would love to one day take over.”

“He’s got fond memories of eating there in the early days and reckons you would have to travel a long way to sample anything as good”, the source mentioned.


The greasy spoon in question is reportedly the Koffee Pot in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

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Liam Gallagher performed at Latitude Festival yesterday (July 14) surprising festival goers at the BBC Music Stage with a set merging Oasis hits with solo material. After tweeting a photo of the ‘Welcome To Suffolk’ sign hours before his appearance, prompting widespread rumour to pack the BBC Music tent.

In less fortunate news, the Oasis singer has postponed his forthcoming European tour so that he can concentrate on his second solo album. Here’s everything we know so far about Liam Gallagher’s upcoming second solo album.

An official statement reads: ”Due to an unforeseen change in Liam’s recording schedule, the headline European tour planned for November is having to be postponed. We will be announcing the new dates, shortly, but in the meantime all tickets will remain valid or refunds can be obtained from the point of purchase.”


Gallagher also confirmed he is teaming up with Greg Kurstin and Andrew Wyatt, who helped write and produce his solo debut ‘As You Were’.