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Bank Holiday Entertainment in East London

Brunch at the Piano Works

In search of bank holiday entertainment? Save your quiet relaxation for Monday and head to the loudest brunch in London at The Piano Works from 1pm this bank holiday Sunday (26th August)

With non-stop live music until 1am, followed by a DJ taking requests till 4am, why would you need to head anywhere else? There’s no chance of going hungry, with Brunch to the Beat serving up the ‘brunch dining menu’ (£50pp) with Love me or Hate Me Eggs Benedict (think muffins topped with eggs, bacon and Marmite hollandaise sauce) or The Full Works with eggs, bacon, potato hash, black and white pudding and beans. If you’re still peckish (we’d be impressed…) you can follow this up with homemade pancakes, waffles or fruit salad. For something a little lighter, ask for the ‘brunch drinking menu’ (£35pp) with a Breakfast Burrito brunch box (sausage, bacon, eggs, potato hash, onions and mozzarella) as well as a selection of bagels with crinkle-cut fries. Whichever brunch option you pick, a booking will reserve your table all afternoon, so you have somewhere to stack up two hours’ worth of bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Marys or mocktails, plus unlimited soft drinks. If, after chowing your way through all this, you aren’t semi-comatose and slumped in your chair with your belt loosened, you can slip on your dancing shoes, pick up some bargain mojitos, and request your favourite tunes from the band or DJ. Farringdon’s the place to be this bank holiday Sunday!

The Piano Works
113-117 Farringdon Road

Corner of Ray Street
Farringdon, London EC1R 3BX

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