The bottomless Manchester board game brunch with endless pints and cocktails
Guests can play over 200 board games whilst enjoying 90 minutes of bottomless drinks
A bottomless brunch with over 200 board games is coming to Manchester this month as street food and beer favourite Grub unveils its New Year’s Eve plans.
The venue has revealed it will be teaming up with Dungeons & Flagons to see out the last afternoon of the year with 90 minutes of endless booze and board games.
With non-stop glasses of fizz, mimosas, house pints and house wine, plus all your board game favourites from Monopoly to Scrabble, to Cluedo and Cards Against Humanity, it’s set to be a raucous and fun-filled affair.
That’s not all on the games front, either, as organisers have said there’ll be extra party games taking place too to help brunchers see 2022 out in style.
Food wise, brunchers can expect to dig into an array of different street food from Grub’s regularly-changing roster of brilliant vendors
Taking place on 31 December from 1pm to 5pm, it’s being billed as Manchester’s first-ever bottomless board game brunch.
However, the event is accessible to everyone and its organisers state that guests can come alone or with a group of pals.
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Bottomless board game brunch tickets are priced at £22.50 each and include entry, access to the board games for 4 hours, and 90 minutes of bottomless drinks. Guests can choose to start their bottomless at either 1.30pm or 3.30pm.
Alternatively, those who are keen for board games but don’t want to go bottomless can also get involved by purchasing a standard ticket for £2.50, which includes entry and access to the board games for four hours.
Dungeons & Flagons are an independent tabletop gaming events company who are passionate about introducing board gaming to as many people as possible at their fun, friendly and interactive events.
Hosts will be on hand to help with games, so whatever your level of experience is you don’t need to let a lack of understanding of the rules get in the way of a good time.
Speaking on the upcoming event, Jules Bailey, Director and Owner of GRUB, said: “We’ve loved working with Dungeons & Flagons to bring Manchester’s most friendly board game meet-up to GRUB this year.We’re so excited to give everyone a fun way to see out the last afternoon of 2022.”
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This event is expected to be busy, so to secure a spot gamers can get their tickets via GRUB’s
More information can also be found on Dungeons & Flagons’ website here.
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