A winter escape in the heart of Spinningfields, The Oast House Tipi is back, complete with fire pits, fur throws, festive fairy lights and warming drinks.
Adding some extra sparkle, The Oast House’s Tipi tent will also be hosting its first ever drag bottomless brunch on Saturday 31st October to celebrate.
For £40 per person, between 12.30pm and 2pm, brunch lovers can book a table and enjoy a classic Oast House dish and bottomless prosecco for 90 minutes, as well as a show starring Anna Phylactic, Banksie and Liquorice Black. With limited tickets, booking is advised.
The Tipi is fully COVID-secure, with new measures across the venue including mobile contactless ordering, accessible hand sanitiser dispenser stations, reduced furniture layouts to distance tables, and cashless payments.
And that’s not all. The popular Spinningfields pub is also launching a new weekend breakfast menu, back by popular demand.
Served from 10am to 12pm every Saturday and Sunday, the weekend menu includes loaded breakfast butties piled high with treats: Cumberland sausage patty, grilled smoked bacon, cheese and a fried egg served on a brioche bun, or a veggie alternative with grilled halloumi, grilled flat mushroom, chilli jam, tomato and a fried egg.
There’s also warm Cumberland sausage Scotch eggs, chipolatas, and garlic mushrooms with toasted ciabatta.
Prices range from £4.75 to £6.95.
There’ll also be prosecco by the glass or bottle as well as a selection of teas and artisan coffees.
The regular food menu still includes the hanging kebabs The Oast House is famous for as well as meat from the rotisserie, burgers, pies and deli boards, while the drinks list includes speciality ales and ciders as well as wines from across the globe.
The first drag bottomless brunch takes place on Saturday 31st October at The Oast House, The Avenue Courtyard, Spinningfields, and can be booked for two, four or six people from 12.30pm, priced £40.