This Leeds bottomless brunch serves full English pizzas from its ‘vodka land’ fairground bar

After a £300,000 makeover, this bar in Leeds is ready for another round of bottomless brunches.

Recently, Leeds’ Revolution Electric Press bar was given a huge £300k makeover that turned into a vodka-lovers paradise.

As part of the extensive refurbishment, designers have created several new areas including some all-new dining spaces with large, communal tables and an open-plan dance floor complete with a new lighting show.

The bar has introduced a new ‘vodka land’ theme that will took nspiration from wild and wacky fairgrounds and funfairs – but with an adult twist. No expense was spared, and there’s even a cute Dumbo to take photos with.

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Now we can’t think of many reasons to celebrate than with a bottomless brunch- and the menu at Revolution Electric Press will have you through the doors in no time.

It truly is a brunch classic. On the menu, there’s a good few different version of a full English breakfasts: of course, there’s the original fry up with free-range fried eggs, crispy bacon, sausages, charred plum tomato, fried mushrooms and a hash brown, served with baked beans and buttered toasted sourdough- but this can easily be swapped out for a veggie or vegan alternative.

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Other brekkie favourites are the loaded hash browns. Designed by the Kitchen Manager at Revs Ipswich, the irresistible combination of Hash browns with nacho cheese sauce, free-range fried egg, crispy bacon, roasted red pepper, parsley, spring onions and crushed chilli flakes has made to around the country and onto the permanent menu with great success.

There’s also avo on sourdough toast and a stack of pancakes layered with banana, blueberry jam and Nutella, topped with fresh blueberries and cream if you fancy something a little lighter.

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However none of these options quite compare to the Brunch Pizza. Think Hand stretched sourdough base, Italian tomato sauce, mozzarella, mushrooms, sausages, crispy bacon and a free-range fried egg. It’s intriguing and we can’t imagine anything better to line our stomachs with.

Drinks-wise, the choices are just as vast and tempting. The bottomless brunch deal includes glasses of Ketel V&T, Aperol Spritz, Prosecco and Bloody Marys, and they’re all in addition to Blank Canvas drinks, pints of Amstel, Heineken 0.0% and selected soft drinks for the designated driver.

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The menu is truly limitless, so the options don’t stop there. On their cocktail upgrade (an extra £10 to their usual deal), you can add pornstar martinis to the brunch’s ninety minute sitting.

Revs at Electric Press will be dishing out delicious grub and a selection of cocktails, vodka and tonics, beer and fizz every Thursday – Sunday from 11am-4pm.

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You’d think this would come with quite the price tag, given the massive list of boozy drinks on offer but turns out it’s one of the best-value bottomless brunches around. There’s a whole 90 minutes of boozy, bottomless fun from just £20- it really doesn’t get better than that.

For more information, including how to book your place at the best-value £20 bottomless, head over to the Revolution Electric Press website.

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