Bridge Street restaurant launches bottomless brunch with burgers, beer and Buck’s Fizz

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We love a bottomless brunch, and we love a burger – so a new Bridge Street offering ticks all our boxes.

This July, Honest Burgers is launching a bottomless boozy brunch at its Manchester restaurant, offering a burger and chips as well as unlimited drinks on the first Saturday of every month.

For 90 minutes, diners will be able to choose from unlimited burger beer, prosecco, Buck’s Fizz and Gravity Theory cider, plus a burger and chips, for £30.

Brunch customers can enjoy burgers from Honest’s regular menu of classics, including a selection of gluten-free, veggie and vegan options.

Famed for their no-frills 100% British beef patties made in their own butchery, the meaty options include the signature Honest burger, topped with homemade red onion relish, smoked bacon, cheddar, lettuce and homemade pickles, and the US-inspired Tribute burger with bacon, American cheese and French’s mustard, as well as the Chilli burger with bacon, chilli cheese, hot sauce and shoestring fries.

Free range chicken burgers include a classic with chicken breast, basil pesto, mustard mayo, tomato and rocket, and a New Orleans burger with  buttermilk fried chicken thigh, candied bacon, American cheese, ‘chow chow’ green tomato relish, Bull’s-Eye Louisiana Chipotle hot sauce and ranch mayo.

Vegetarians can go for the Southern fried courgette and sweetcorn fritter burger with cheddar, chipotle mayo, slaw, red onion and pickles, while vegan options include the Plant, a Beyond Meat burger with Applewood Vegan cheese, Rubies in the Rubble Chipotle ‘Mayo’, mustard, red onion, pickles and lettuce – served with or without THIS Isn’t Bacon.

There’s also the chance to try the beloved Manchester local special, the Wellington, a glorious concoction of Honest beef, bacon, cheddar, béarnaise butter, crispy pastry, bacon gravy, mushroom duxelles, baby spinach and pickles.

The burgers all come with Honest’s  classic homemade rosemary salted chips, which were once described by food critic Jay Rayner as “edible crystal meth”.

If you fancy dining al fresco, head up to the top floor bar and through to the sunny terrace, and you’ll be rewarded with a great view to watch the world go by.

And there will also be DJs each month to keep the vibes high.

The bottomless brunches will occur at Honest’s Bridge street site on the first Saturday of every month at 12pm and 2.30pm. Tickets to the first brunch on Saturday 2nd July can be purchased here.

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