Mook Bar Leeds relaunches Spanish inspired bottomless brunch with gin and cocktails included
A popular Leeds bar is relaunching its bottomless drinks and brunch offer.
Mook, on Hirsts Yard in the city centre, had paused the offer after it reopened following lockdown in July.
Bottomless brunch fans will be excited to hear that the bar is kicking off it's Spanish-inspired brunch on Saturday, August 29.
For £30 per person, diners can enjoy a Spanish tapas platter which includes spicy meatballs, chorizo in red wine, paella and dessert.
There will be three sittings at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm while a live DJ plays at the venue.
Bottomless drinks include lager, cider, house gin or vodka mixer, prosecco and cocktails.
To book text full name and booking size along with your time slot to 07957557320.
Five other Leeds bars and restaurants serving bottomless brunch
Bottomless brunch has become one of Leeds' favourite pastimes, combining a tasty meal with free-flowing drinks.
These Leeds bars and restaurants have also relaunched their bottomless brunch bookings following lockdown - catering for up to 12 people from two households.
The Alchemist, Trinity Leeds and Greek Street
Classic brunch dishes served every Saturday from 10am to 2pm. Choose any brunch dish and three cocktails for £25 per person or boundless drinks for £35 per person.
Manahatta, Greek Street
Choose from pancakes, a full English breakfast or less conventional brunch dishes such as Asian-spiced mushroom buns. Served from 11am to 4pm priced at £27.55 per person.
Bar Soba, Greek Street
An Asian-inspired bottomless brunch served every day between 12pm and 6pm. It's £25 per person for brunch with free-flowing prosecco and bottled beer, or £30 per person to include bottomless selected cocktails.
Neighbourhood, Greek Street
Choose from a range of brunch dishes from eggs to poke bowls, served from 10am to 5.30pm. It's £35 per person for unlimited gin, vodka, prosecco, beer and seasonal cocktails.
Banyan, City Square, Horsforth and Roundhay
A classic menu served with unlimited prosecco, Cors, Bloody Marys and Aperol Spritz. Available from 11am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday for £24.95 per person.
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