A bar in Manchester serves no bottom for St. Patrick's Day

15-03-2019 22:03

Although the parade is over, St. Patrick's Day will be officially landed this Sunday, and that means non-regular Guinness drinkers will sink pints of dark Irish stout.

For those who want to meet the pints with enthusiasm, Black Dog will host a bottomless brunch in the Northern Quarter for the occasion.

But while bottomless brunches are usually fueled by Prosecco or Bloody Mary's, this one is soaked with Guinness.

Yes, the heaviest drinks you can choose to rinse your breakfast for two hours.

The Special Edition Brunch offers a selection of dishes with bottomless drinks, including Irish Coffees and the famous Dark Beer.

Black Dog serves traditional boxtys – a potato pancake – as part of the Irish breakfast, which also includes sausage pate, eggs, bacon, tomato and toast.

There are also fried chicken and waffles with a Jameson whiskey and ginger syrup.

The Northern Quarter venue is located in a basement on Church Street, below Affleck's shopping center.

Brunch is available from 12:00 to 16:00 throughout the weekend and costs £ 25 per person.

The price includes brunch items plus selected drinks for two hours. You can book a table on the Black Dog website.