Albert Hall’s first-ever bottomless brunch is here.
And it sounds bloody brilliant. Combining neighbour Rudy’s pizza with classic cocktails, Manchester’s first bottomless Bavarian brunch is here (say it three times and we heard an Oompah Band appears) – and its taking place this weekend.
Kicking off this Saturday October 10, it’s the perfect way to start the day, with the usual Albert’s Schloss fun starting much earlier than usual – ideal while living under the 10pm curfew.
Taking place between 12pm and 2.30pm, guests are invited to drink as many Espresso or Pornstar Martinis as they’d like – with Manchester Rein and Prosecco also on offer. If that wasn’t enough, they’ve also thrown unlimited Rudy’s pizza into the mix, which will be continually being served fresh from the oven for the duration of the event.
There’ll also be live music from Twisted Tubes as well as the haus DJs, with a promise of “energy-packed performances on brass instruments” and, of course, a visit from the famous Promenaders who always make Albert’s events full of fun.
Tickets can be booked now for the special event, with all bottomless food and drink included for just £29.50pp. What better way to support both the hospitality and live music industry? Tickets can be purchased directly with Albert Hall here.