Steam are relaunching their Bottomless Brunch service post-lockdown

Steam are relaunching their Bottomless Brunch service post-lockdown

Posted on: 18 Nov 2020

Bookings are open now for the long-awaited return of one of Clifton's best-loved pubs.


Steam are officially relaunching their hugely popular Bottomless Brunch service, just in time for their expected post-lockdown reopening in early December.


A great chance to catch up with friends and family before Christmas, Steam's legendary brunches offer bottomless Prosecco, beer or cider, accompanied by delicious, freshly-prepared Spanish tapas.


The pub, located a short walk from Clifton Down Station, are taking bookings now for sittings on Saturday 5, Saturday 12 and Saturday 19 December - find out more and make your reservation here.



Having been forced to close during the initial lockdown, Steam had just begun finding their feet and recovering from the impact of the coronavirus crisis when the UK went back into lockdown this month.


The pub has been following a range of new safety measures to minimise risk to customers and staff since the summer, continuing to offer their renowned Steam Brunches alongside their regular service.


Running every Saturday in December until Christmas, a Steam Brunch features a selection of delicious meaty, veggie or vegan tapas, alongside bottomless prosecco, Steam Brew pilsner or Rolling Apple cider.


Meat-eaters can opt for an indulgent tortilla de patas (or Spanish omelette), chorizo stew, chicken paella and side salad, while the delicious vegetarian and vegan options feature slow-roasted carrots, Padron peppers and meat-free paella.


Dishes are prepared and cooked by the chefs behind Steam's immensely popular La Yaya Tapas pop-up, which we reviewed upon its opening back in 2019.


Bookings made via Wriggle for any of the upcoming Steam Brunch sittings are fully refundable in the event that the pub is unable to host a service due to government restrictions. 


For more information, or to follow news and updates, head to Steam's Facebook page.

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