The relaunch of New Century has been one of the most exciting additions to Manchester’s music scene over the past few years.
The venue, which originally played host to the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones and Tina Turner, reopened last summer and has welcomed some big names across the live music scene ever since.
As well as this, New Century is now home to a number of local food traders, and as summer gets in full swing each independent pop-up has launched a brand-new breakfast menu, with the option to go bottomless.
The traders have been busy working behind the scenes to create a vibrant selection of brunch dishes from all around the globe. Priced at £30pp, New Century’s bottomless brunch will take place every Friday from 12-4pm, and every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm.
You’ll get to enjoy 90 minutes of free-flowing prosecco, house lager, and a brunch dish of your choice. These include traditional bánh mì breakfast baguettes from the vegan superstars at Banh Vi, Indo-British fusion breakfast plates from The Spice Yard, which features a ‘full Indian’, and antipasti boards from Wild by PLY. These come with toasted focaccia, Italian deli meats and cheeses, sun dried tomatoes, grilled artichokes and mozzarella.
Brunch wouldn’t be the same without a fry up, so keeping the patriots happy is Tallow who will provide the ‘Tallow Full English’ that’s complete with Frosty's Grandma’s Sausage, crispy smoked streaky bacon, homemade ham hock, black pudding, crumpet, hash brown, spicy baked beans, butter roasted portobello mushroom, plum tomato and a fried egg.
Those who fancy treating themselves to a fancier bottomless experience can upgrade their brunch to include Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Bellinis, Espresso Martinis, and Breakfast Martinis, for an additional £5. The Breakfast Martini is the latest addition to New Century’s family of cocktails and is made with Tanqueray, lemon juice, and marmalade.
Places for bottomless brunch must be booked via [email protected] and guests will have the table for two hours.