A Harry Potter-themed Bottomless Brunch is coming to Bristol

A Harry Potter-themed Bottomless Brunch is coming to Bristol

Posted on: 08 Oct 2019

Halloween is nearly here – and The Prince Street Social is pulling out all the stops.


On 26 October, The Prince Street Social is celebrating Halloween 2019 with a spooky soiree; filled with bottomless drinks, top-quality grub and Harry Potter.  

Bottomless Brunch @ The Prince Street Social

Remember that Halloween feast in the Philosopher's Stone? You know, the flying pumpkins, mountains of food and entertainment-galore?


Well, expect something similar at The Prince Street Social’s special Halloween Brunch.  It’s the usual Saturday brunch at the Social, but with loads of added, Potter-themed entertainment.


From entertainers to wand battles and potion classes: The Prince Street Social will help you to relive this classic series. What better way to get in the Halloween spirit? Head down from 11:00 on 26 October to join the fun. Unlimited booze kicks off at 11:00!

Bottomless Brunch @ The Prince Street Social

On arrival, browse the Prince Street Social’s top-notch Brunch menu and start on your unlimited supply of Prosecco, Amstel or Thatchers.


Why not try out a vegan shakshuka or try out the Social’s fluffy waffles? With vegan, veggie and meat options, there’s something for everyone. And while you wait, take advantage of the Social’s brunch bar; packed with sweets, coffee, juices, fruit and a toast station. 


So, what are you waiting for? Get booking! Advanced booking is essential for this magical feast.


2-hours of unlimited drinks, a hefty main course and a buffet? Perfect. Even better? You can bag yourself a ticket for just £35 per person!


Situated just off Queens Square, The Prince Street Social is an elegant restaurant and bar serving exceptional food and drink from morning to night. Check out their website for more information on their upcoming events. 

Get into the Halloween spirit with The Prince Street Social. Book now! The Prince Street Socialis located: 37-41 Prince St, Bristol BS1 4PS. 

Article by:

Kate Hutchison


Kate Hutchison

Get in touch with Kate at kate@365bristol.com