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Hop Aboard This Swish Electric Picnic Barge For A Floating Bottomless Brunch

Alex Landon Alex Landon - Editor

The Electric Barge

Brunch takes to the water on The Electric Barge.

Eddy Grant may have inspired us to rock down to Electric Avenue, but if it’s brunch you’re after, I reckon you should rock on down to The Electric Barge. Part canal cruise, part bottomless brunch, you’re invited on a 90 minute canal cruise from Paddington to Camden, during which time you’ll dip into a specially selected picnic box of goodies and quaff bottomless fizz. Plus, our friends at Fever have got an exclusive offer for you to try it, so nab your tickets here and hop aboard!

The Electric Barge

Though the days may be getting colder, The Electric Barge are keeping you toasty with a potent mix of picnic classics and prosecco. Your brunch box can be customised depending on you culinary leanings; for instance, the standard brunch box features a smoked salmon, dill and cream cheese half bagel, ham and gouda croissant, yoghurt granola pot, banana bread, and mini Dutch pancakes. Meanwhile, vegans can tuck into avocado and rocket bagel, a vegan cheese, tomato, and rocket croissant, and oat and nut flapjacks, whilst veggie and gluten-free brunch boxes are also available.

The Electric Barge

The 90 minute cruise is an excellent sightseeing opportunity, but bottomless fizz throughout means you’ll be seeing the bottom of an empty glass a fair few times during the voyage. Luckily, there’s no danger of you drinking this boat dry – as The Electric Barge folks keep their vessel well-stocked! The on-board bar serves up more drinks for you to try, including hot bevs that’ll ward off any winter chill.

The Electric Barge

Cruises depart every Saturday and Sunday, and you’ll be able to join the floating bottomless brunch in groups of up to six people. The world may be in choppy waters right now,┬ábut at least this brunch is shipshape!


Also published on Medium.