Bez is bringing his bottomless brunch back to Manchester

Bez and bottomless booze. Buzzing.

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 21st June 2023

Bez is bringing back his bottomless brunch to Manchester – try saying that ten times fast after a few bevs, we dare you.

Yes, the maraca-shaking Happy Mondays hype man is hosting a boozy brunch extravaganza at former railway station-turned-food hall Freight Island, and it sounds like it will be one hell of a party.

Hosted by the wild man of pop, the man who once shook the maraca so hard whilst ‘tripping [his] nut off’ that he wounded his hand, we think it’s fair to say that this event is already teed up to trump the competition – and that’s before we even get into the food and the drinks.

Promising a ‘rave-fuelled’ party atmosphere headed up by none other than Manchester’s best-loved party hero, those heading down will be twisting their melon to 90s club hits with more entertainment from singers and dancers.

Image: ETFI

There will, naturally, be a meet-and-greet opportunity with the event’s magnanimous host, plus lots of delicious street food and 90 minutes of bottomless drinks.


Priced from £35 per person, for that you can enjoy an hour and a half of non-stop boozing from a new mimosa cocktail menu and a delicious custom menu brunch from Smoking Coal, who offer both vegetarian and meat options.

Other traders on site here (not included in the bottomless deal) include pizza spot Voodoo Rays, Amsterdam-inspired chip joint The Fry By, five-layer lasagne spot Lazy Tony’s Lasagneria, curry spot Payal, Koko Sushi and dessert spot Oh My Cheesecake.


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Freight Island also boasts a number of different bars selling everything from cocktails and fine wines to craft beers, classic lagers, ciders and softs.

Taking place at Platform, the bottomless brunch with Bez will run from 12-2.30pm on Saturday 1 July.


To find out more and book tickets for the bottomless brunch with Bez, visit ETFI’s website here.

Featured image – Wikimedia Commons