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The weekend tradition of brunch has been enjoying a makeover recently. So, wave farewell to eggs Benedict and the newspapers, and say hello to Champagne, DJs and beautiful people.
First to really pop its cork on the daytime party scene was New York’s Bagatelle restaurant, but the effervescence soon bubbled over to the UK, resulting in a spate of well-clad social gatherings. The Love Brunch organisers have made a big splash in the last 12 months, taking on Kensington Roof Gardens, the Sanderson and Supperclub. With designs on some big international parties, theirs is an invitation not to refuse.
Another outfit, Veni Vidici, promises Champagne brunches with burlesque and cabaret, the decadence carrying on into AfterBrunch.
And for those who enjoy a little lowbrow culture with their bloody Marys, head to Bunga Bunga pizzeria in Battersea for some karaoke. Whoever said brunch was boring?