Club 80s Bottomless Brunch

Saturday 14th November 2020, 00.00am

Club 80s Bottomless Brunch

‘Wake me up before you go go’ to The WonderBar for the Club 80s Bottomless Brunch.

Following the success of our Saved by the 90s Bottomless Brunch we are ‘never gonna let you down’ so we are back on Saturday 14th November and bringing the bodacious 80s to the WonderBar with a Club 80s Bottomless Brunch.

You’ll be ‘living on a prayer’ with free-flowing Prosecco, Bellinis and WonderBier from 12pm until 2pm. While our resident DJ plays all your favourite 80s classics.

You won’t be left ‘hungry like the wolf’ as you choose from our wonderful brunch menu. This is what ‘sweet dreams are made of’ at The WonderBar. So, if you’re a girl (or guy) who ‘just wants to have fun’ then call us on 0191 222 1113 or visit to book your table now!

Tickets £22.99 per person include:

Arrival Drink
One brunch dish per person
2 hours of bottomless Prosecco, Bellini’s & WonderBier

Brunch Menu

–          Full English Breakfast
grilled bacon, sausages, black pudding, baked beans, grilled plum tomato, has brown, sautéed mushrooms, fried egg & toast

–          Vegetarian Breakfast
Two vegetarian sausages, sautéed mushrooms, grilled plum tomato, baked beans, 2 hash browns, fried egg & toast

–          Pancakes
 with golden syrup and mixed fruit

–          Smoked Salmon with Avocado
hash browns, smoked salmon, crushed avocado & a boiled egg


Arrival Drink @ 11.55am
Brunch served between 12pm-2pm
Bottomless Prosecco, Bellinis & WonderBier between 12pm-2pm.

CALL 0191 222 1113 to speak to our events team and book your tickets!

£22.99 per person. Benches of up to 6 (adhering to current social distancing guidelines).
Over 18s only. £10pp non-refundable deposit. Full payment taken upon booking.
Bookings of 2 people may share a bench with a 2nd group of 2. (Maximum 4 people, no more than 2 groups per bench). Pre-orders to be returned no later than Thursday 12th November to

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