Join a group of professional, friendly guys for brunch on Saturdays in London. Kill off the hangover, meet new people and enjoy some great food, drink and conversation. We have a FB page http://www.facebook.com/Brunch.Club.77 and a twitter feed @GayBrunchClub for conversation, ideas and up to date information as to what we are planning. Come join us
Nestled right beside Liverpool Street station in the heart of the City, Rake's offers an eclectic menu of typical brunch favourites with some modern twists.
We need to close RSVP's a couple of days early, so there's time to amend the booking if necessary without losing out.
Notes about the cost: £11 deposit, £1 goes to Meet-Up/PayPal fees and £10 taken off of your bill on the day. 'No-show' deposits go to the staff by way of tip. We are a zero profit group.
Grab your top hat and see you there!
Nestled right in the heart of Borough Market, Arabica Bar and Kitchen is a Levant restaurant serving glorious cherry-picked mishmash of Lebanese, Moroccan, Syrian, Egyptian, Turkish and some Armenian dishes. I've eaten there and the food was really good and the cocktails better. There is no specific brunch package here but a strong food and drink menu. Vegetarians are well looked after as the menu is equally balanced between plant and protein. Have a look at the menu and see if you fancy it. So come along and meet new people, have a decent chat and a laugh.
We need to close RSVPs a couple of days early, so that there's time to amend the booking if necessary without losing out.
Notes about the cost: £11 deposit, £1 goes to Meet-Up / PayPal fees and £10 taken off your bill on the day. 'No-show' deposits go to the staff by way of tip. Zero profit group.
What better way to escape the drizzle of March that by mincing through the Souks of Marrakech! - Yes Gay Brunch is exploring the North African city mincing through the markets, sashaying through the souks and generally adding a dash of fabulousness to the restaurant scene there. Tere is even a brunch scene there - https://theculturetrip.com/africa/morocco/articles/top-10-brunch-spots-in-marrakech/
Anyone fancy booking a cooking lesson?
As before, book your own flight and hotel / riad (there are some great deals out there). I am staying from the Friday to the Monday at the Riad L'Etoile D'Orient, but choose one to suit your budget. The core brunch activities will be on the Saturday and Sunday.