A food hall in Manchester has launched a bottomless brunch menu spanning all five of its eateries, meaning you can tuck into everything from pizza and sushi to fried chicken and burgers whilst going bottomless at the bar – all under one roof.
Available at Society, located just off St Peter’s Square, the new bottomless brunch offer includes two hours of endless drinks from its massive selection of craft beers, not to mention prosecco, ciders, and cocktails like mimosas, Aperol spritz and bloody Marys.
Simply choose a dish from the indie street food trader of your choice, then get stuck into unlimited drinks from the bar by showing your meal receipt (and paying an extra £25) at the bar.
Right now, you’ll find the likes of Dokes pizza (from the team behind Elnecot), Yorkshire’s towering, hand-shaped Slap and Pickle burgers, and Indian street food heroes Chaat Cart in residence here – all slinging out proper tasty bits and pieces.
Personally, we’d recommend ordering the halloumi Frankie wrap from Chaat Cart as a must – served with gunpowder fries, it’s a crunchy, salty explosion of flavours that have stood the test of time, sticking around on Chaat Cart’s menu for at least six years now.
But that’s not all the choice you have, far from it.
There are also more dish options from Manzoku Street Food, which specialise in sushi and breaded Japanese katsu, and Yoki Social Table, which have made a name for themselves with their punchy bites of Korean Fried Chicken.
It’s a veritable bottomless feast.
Walk-ins only, there’s no need to book – in fact, you can’t. We recommend going with a group, ordering as much as you can, and sharing the lot so you get a real dive into everything on offer at Society.
There’s so much to choose from, this way you can explore it all – and for a bargain price at that.
The new Society bottomless brunch deal will be available at the food hall every weekend on Saturdays and Sundays between the hours of 12 and 4.30pm. The last orders are at 2.30pm.
Feature image – Society MCR
Food & Drink
A huge free festival is coming to Kampus with frozen margaritas and canal-side pizza
A huge free festival is coming to Kampus over the Glastonbury weekend, bringing the party vibes to the heart of the city centre.
Promising canal-side pizza from NY slice bar Nell’s, also famed for their 22″ pies, plus a prosecco van, a cocktail pop-up from Manchester Gin’s Three Little Words in the Bungalow and loads more, it’s set to run from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 June 2023.
With huge outdoor screens in amongst the lush Kampus gardens broadcasting Glastonbury’s sets live throughout the weekend, the party will kick off on Friday with pizza slices and cocktails from Kampus’s waterside spritz bar.
Saturday will take things up a notch with live music from Manchester’s talented The Untold Orchestra, who will celebrate 40 years of Glastonbury headliners with their own orchestral renditions of classics from Bowie to Jay Z and Diana Ross.
Sunday will end on a quieter note, promising a day of family fun with Born To Be Wild Child decamping to the garden with craft tables and festival headband making, all set to the soundtrack of rock and roll hits.
There will also be free prosecco samples from the Delevigne sisters’ brand Della Vite, served direct from their pink vintage car ‘Penelope’.
Speaking on the upcoming festival Antonia Lallement, from Nell’s, said: “This is our first Kampus Fest and it’s all about bringing true festival vibes to the heart of Manchester.
“We’re decking out the Kampus garden to capture the bohemian magic of the UK’s favourite live events and flooding the space with music for the whole weekend.
“Manchester is full of music lovers and we want to give people a fun, city centre alternative to the real thing! We’ll be serving up slices to keep people going throughout the weekend and can’t wait to see people getting involved.
“Kampus has got to be one of the best outdoor spaces in the city. We felt it only right to put on a big summer block party come rain or shine.”
Abbie Duthie, from Three Little Words, added: “Glastonbury is an icon of the cultural calendar and we’re beyond excited to be staging Kampus Fest, bringing all the highs of the festival experience to Manchester, minus the mud of course.
“We’ll be serving our signature drinks canal-side for those whose ‘go to’ is summer spritzes and cocktails in the city over warm beer in a field! Kampus will be alive all weekend with great food and drinks, live music and festival vibes taking centre stage.”
Kampus Fest is free to attend from Friday 23 June – Sunday 25 June.
The Family Fun Day event on Sunday for youngsters requires reservation, with £2 tickets available to book in advance here.
Featured image – Kampus
Food & Drink
You can get half-price fish and chips for just £3.49 at all Morrisons cafes today
Morrisons is giving hungry customers the chance to tuck into a hearty helping of fish and chips at half the price for just one day only today.
And it’s all to suitably celebrate National Fish and Chip Day.
A popular annual event in the British foodie calendar, National Fish and Chip Day falls on Friday 2 June this year, and to mark the special occasion, Morrisons has slashed the price of its usual chippy offering at hundreds of its in-store cafes nationwide.
The major supermarket has more than 400 cafes inside stores right across the UK, and the half-price food offer is believed to be available at all of them.
Adults can enjoy Fish, Chips and Peas for just £3.49, while the children‘s Mini Fish, Chips and Peas meal has also been reduced to £2.74.
Not a bad bargain at all, right?
The only catch is though, you’ll need to be signed-up to the supermarket‘s loyalty scheme and scan your Morrisons More card at the cafe checkout if you want to claim the half price offer.
Morrisons’ half-price fish and chips offer also comes after it relaunched its popular ‘Ask for Henry’ initiative towards the end of April after a successful run when it was first introduced amid the rising cost of living crisis in 2022.
‘Ask for Henry’ saw the retailer team up with Heinz for scheme that’s aimed at helping those struggling with their finances get themselves a free hot meal.