The Summer Terrace Bottomless Brunch brings street food, beats, and bottomless bubbles to Hackney.
Night Tales has been one of East London’s favourite venues since the famed pop-up went permanent in 2018, and now this smashing outdoor terrace is getting even better. That’s because a bottomless brunch will be popping up there from July 18, offering delicious brunch dishes and bottomless bubbles. Really, the Summer Terrace Bottomless Brunch sounds like our idea of heaven – so grab your tickets here, and read on for more info!
East London’s largest outdoor terrace is quite honestly the perfect place for an epic bottomless brunch, and with City restaurant Walter & Monty running the grill, you know you’re in for a delectable range of dishes. Tuck into the likes of slow-cooked salt beef hash with skin on potatoes, topped with a runny egg and sour cream, or try the huevos rancheros, with black beans, grilled corn, avocado, runny egg and crumbled feta. Vegans, meanwhile, can tuck into a vegan burrito, stuffed with vegan cheese, mixed beans, steamed rice, and coriander.
The brunch, which runs every Saturday and Sunday, will also feature bottomless beer and prosecco for 90 minutes of merry-making. That’ll rise to two hours if you opt for the VIP package, which also nets you queue jump, a welcome cocktail, and luxury private booths to relax in. Background Bars will also be running the bar for you to pick up cocktails, if that’s more up your street – and just to ensure the tropical vibes are here to stay, Night Tales’ covered seating areas should mitigate any untimely intervention by wet weather. Plus, organisers have taken plenty of steps to keep people safe and healthy, including following social distancing guidelines, stocking plenty of free hand sanitiser, and offering cashless and contactless payments only.
To complete the holy triumvirate of food, booze, and a boogie, Night Tales’ resident DJs will be on hand to spin house and disco hits, and your ticket will also net you free entry to the afterparty from 6pm, giving you the chance to throw out shapes well into the night. Like you need any excuse to party after three months spent mostly indoors…
Also published on Medium.