There’s a bottomless brunch in Manchester where you can drink endless cups of rum punch and eat unlimited portions of chicken wings, and it sounds like absolute heaven.
Launched by the hit BBQ restaurant, bar, and music venue The Blues Kitchen, chicken wing fans can enjoy 90 minutes of non-stop munching for £12 per person (or £20 for two people).
Served with a tasty blue cheese dip and celery, those heading down can expect to find giant platters of The Blues Kitchen’s legendary buffalo wings on offer every Sunday.
First launched in February this year, it has been described by the venue as ‘the ultimate wing-eating challenge.’
Of course, when you’re eating that much buffalo sauce chances are you’re going to want a few drinks to wash all that spice down. This is where The Blues Kitchen’s bottomless drinks deal comes in.
Only available to order with food, there are two 90 minutes bottomless drinks options to choose from: unlimited rum punch and mimosas for £19.95 or unlimited glasses of prosecco for £21.96.
As the drinks and food packages are available to order separately, if you don’t feel like housing down a hundred chicken wings but still want to go bottomless there are plenty of other options here too.
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From hot buffalo chicken and buttermilk fried shrimp sandwiches to double bacon cheese smash burgers, plates of huevos rancheros, smoked baby back ribs, cajun blackened salmon and smoked salmon and eggs, there’s a huge range of tempting choices to pick from.
Small plates, meanwhile, include the likes of cheeseburger spring rolls, smashed avocado tostadas and Szechuan baby back ribs, with prices starting from just £7.50.
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First launched in Manchester two summers ago, the BBQ, bourbon and blues music venue doesn’t just boast a brilliant kitchen but also a a star-studded lineup of music performers in its upstairs venue.
To find out more and book a table for its weekend brunch, visit The Blues Kitchen’s website here.
Featured image – The Blues Kitchen