Greggs to celebrate seasonal bake season with Festive Bake Brunch in Manchester

The iconic British baker will be holding a series of pop-up brunches with Greggs themed cocktails, prosecco and sharing platters across the UK - and one is being held in Manchester
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Kicking off in London on Saturday 12th November, Greggs’ first-of-its-kind pop up Festive Bake Brunch will offer guests exclusive sharing platters for the perfect festive feast, accompanied by prosecco and delicious handcrafted cocktails with a seasonal twist.

Then they will land in Manchester on Saturday 19th, followed by Newcastle on 26th Noveber.

Some of the Greggs-inspired beverages look… interesting.

They include: Sausage Roll Sour, Greggspresso Martini, Sugar Strand Daiquiri, Greggs No-Aperol Spritz and Festive Fizz (alcoholic and non-alcoholic options).

Each city will host three brunch sittings, lasting 75 minutes each, offering hundreds of guests the chance to snap up exclusive tickets to the events.

A £5 booking fee per person will apply to each reservation made and will be refunded upon attendance.

Tickets are available to book on Friday 4th November at 12pm via DesignMyNight. You can book them on the 4th by clicking here.

Here’s how you can get involved in Manchester

Date: Saturday 19th November

Timings: 75 minute slots are available to book between 13.00– 18.15

Price: £5 per person booking fee (refunded upon attendance)

Address: 54 Oldfield Rd, Salford, M5 4LZ

Nearest Station: Salford Central

The festive fun doesn’t stop there, as Hunsnet will be powering the party and bringing entertainment to brunchers through a full DJ set, live performances, and Christmas medleys.

Festive Bake Brunch by Greggs marks the highly-anticipated return of the Festive Bake and Vegan Festive Bake, both of which will be available in Greggs shops across the UK from Thursday 10th November. Fans can even reserve their Festive Bake and skip the queue by ordering ahead via Click+Collect on the Greggs App.

What do you think? Would you try a Greggspresso Martini?

 

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