The Piano Works’ Bottomless Boozy Brunch
The Piano Works are doing brunch.
You can expect it to be pretty grand.
It takes place each Saturday, and not only do you get to dine on delicious food, sloshed down by bottomless booze, but you also get the rare chance to dance for four straight daylight hours to a pretty stellar line-up of live music. Here’s the breakdown:
Expect all the classics, including Eggs Benedict (with marmite hollandaise, just to make it interesting) as well as your full English breakfast, some smashing smashed avocado on sourdough toast, and Greek yoghurt with wildflower honey, seasonal berries and granola.
You can choose from either two hours of bottomless prosecco (£15pp) or Bloody Marys (£20pp), as well as hitting the usual menu of cocktails, beers, wines, and softs. Alternatively, for those of you living life as a frustrated mixologist, the DIY Bloody Mary box of Absolut pepper, unlimited tomato juice, and a variety of condiments might be more your thing.
There’ll be live music straight from the word go, kicking off with two at-your-service pianists encouraging audience requests. Then, once you’ve fist pumped out your The Weekend and shimmied out your Jackson Five, you’ll be introduced to The Piano Works Band who will continue to keep the party in full swing before, finally, the Can’t Sing Choir take the stage. And at this point you’ll get given lyric sheets and might even manage to wriggle yourself next to a microphone for a quick thirty seconds of fame…
…no doubt leaving you feeling pretty keyed up.
NOTE: The Piano Works’ Bottomless Boozy Brunch is served 12-4pm every Saturday. To book a table or for more information, please go HERE.
113-117 Farringdon Road, Farringdon, London EC1R 3BX.