During the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, OnIn.London was invited to review Piano Works West Ends new Any Given Bank Holiday Brunch. This celebration was to focus on their new bottomless Aperol Spritz brunch and of course to celebrate the East Bank Holiday Long weekend. .
The Piano Works, West End and Farringdon are London’s only non-stop live audience requested venues. We’ve been plenty of times before and always have had a good time. This time Piano Works West End took their Any Given Bank Holiday Sunday celebrations to a new level with glitter and temporary tattoo artists. Of course the regular and talented house musicians who play nothing but audience requests from 1pm ‘till 1am were also present
Brunch to the beat from 1pm includes two hours of bottomless Aperol Spritz, Bloody Mary’s, Italian pink sparkling wine, Prosecco or mocktails with two-courses (£50pp) featuring brunch classics with a twist including, Eggs Florentine, Royale or Benedict or ‘Vegan’ fried chicken pancakes with maple syrup. Then diners can follow up with pancakes, waffles and more.
My friend who is ceoliac and I both chose the Smashed Avocado. Staff were more than happy to prepare this for my friend as Gluten Free. It was delicious. Our second course was waffles for me and a delightful sorbet for my friend.
During the course of the day, we were supplied with bottomless Prosecco and Aperol Spritz. The staff were definitely generous and there were no complaints about the lack of drinks by other diners.
We throughly enjoyed our day singing along to the house band, who were more than happy to up the tempo of the songs to have us wanting to get up and dance.
The Piano Works, West End and Farringdon will be hosting their next bottomless Aperol Spritz brunch Sunday 26th May, to celebrate the May Bank Holiday. So what are you waiting for. Get your tickets now!
The Piano Works, Farringdon
113-117 Farringdon Road,
Corner of Ray Street,
Farringdon, London EC1R 3BX
The Piano Works, West End (formerly Studio 88)
47 Whitcomb Street (Off Wardour Street)
West End, London WC2H 7DH
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Written by Tegan Lebon.