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What's OnBottomless Bank Holiday Brunches at The Piano Works West End

Celebrate the August Bank holiday with a bottomless brunch and non-stop live music at your request at The Piano Works, Leicester Square’s hottest live music venue!
  • Dates 15/08/2019 - 26/08/2019
  • Location 47 Whitcomb Street, WC2H 7DH
  • Price ££
Brilliant bottomless brunchesBack by popular demand, The Piano Works’ West End will be hosting Any Given Bank Holiday Sunday, on Sunday 25th August 2019.Get ready to boogie the night away at London’s only non-stop live audience requested venue.Offering the ultimate and ever-popular bottomless Bellini brunch, you can party all day and into the night.Plus, take your celebrations to a new level with a day filled with glitter and temporary tattoo artists and of course the talented in-house musicians playing nothing but audience requested tunes from 1pm to 1am, followed by a DJ taking over until 4am.Tap below to reserve your table online. Or, call or email using the details below:T: +44 020 7889 1966E: hello@pianoworks-westend.barThere’s plenty to revel inFrom only £30 per person, enjoy a two-course brunch classic with a twist and two hours of bottomless St Germain Spritz, Bloody Marys, Italian pink sparkling wine, Prosecco, Bellini, Rossini or mocktails.Delightful dishes include Eggs Florentine, Royale and Benedict as well as smashed avocado, buttermilk chicken waffles or smoked salmon.Plus, why not follow up with something sweet with the option of four decedent desserts (including pancakes).If the heat has you craving something lighter, there’s plenty of other options too!So, get ready to shake off the end of summer blues and request your favourite tunes with non-stop live music this August Bank Holiday.

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