Name a better way to kick off summer.
With Wimbledon bringing the best of quintessential Britain to the forefront of the news for the next few weeks (copious amounts of strawberries included), it’s about time we celebrated with one of Leeds’ favourite past times.
From the gorgeous waterside bar that brought us a quiet remote workspace and exciting Saturday night drink spot, The Canary is leading the game over the Wimbledon period.
Serving up a special edition bottomless brunch, the tennis-inspired brunch includes unlimited Prosecco and bottled beers, as well as the British classic, Pimm’s.
Across ninety minute sittings at 12pm and 2pm every day until Wimbledon comes to an end, you’ll find this one-of-a-kind bottomless offering on the menu with the choice of any main menu item and strawberries and cream to cleanse the palette post-meal.
The Mezze offerings here come highly recommended, with both meaty and vegetarian, leaving any diner refreshed and fuelled with a selection of fresh Greek-inspired salad with plenty of olives, as well as warm pitta bread, smooth hummus and tzatziki.
The meaty version also comes with meatballs in a rich tomato sauce, as well as chicken gyros, whereas the vegetarian option swaps the meat out for halloumi strips, butter beans and stuffed vine leaves.
There’s plenty more on the menu to choose from though. Laze in the sunshine, glass of Pimm’s in your hand and devour their summertime-inspired menu of Greek salads, wraps and burgers, all available with sides of halloumi fries and Greek olives- and all equally as fresh.
The only rules for this bottomless brunch experience is that the entire table needs to take part to receive the offer, but given both walk-ins and bookings are accepted, this is going to be one of the go-to boozy options for any Leeds foodie over the coming weeks.
A seat at the bottomless table will set you back £35 each, with card the only form of payment (The Canary is a cashless venue).
For more information, including how to grab your Wimbledon bottomless brunch, visit The Canary Bar website.
Feature Image- The Hoot Leeds / The Canary