Outdoor cocktail and street food brunch launching in Norfolk
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You can still enjoy boozy brunch in Norfolk this summer at a new outdoor event offering bubbly, cocktails and street food while following social distancing guidance.
Bubbles & Brunch launches on Saturday, July 25 in the large playing field behind Hoveton Village Hall and groups of four to six will get their own designated space, measuring four by three metres, which will be marked out in chalk.
There will two three-hour slots from 11.30am to 2.30pm and 3.30pm to 6.30pm and tickets cost £25 and include a glass of fizz on arrival and a meal token to be used at one of the street food vendors, with options including pizza and paella.
Cocktails will be available to buy throughout the event, provided by Mr Postles’ Apothecary in Norwich, and guests can also pre-book afternoon tea boxes.
The brunch has been organised by local promoter Adam Coulton who has been running drive-thru street food festivals across the region during lockdown, which have proved a huge success.
Mr Coulton said: “I’ve had to evolve and build events that can happen and food and drink is pretty much all you can do at the moment, so I thought I would do a nice brunch in a beautiful open space.
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“All ordering is done online on the day and guests will be given a programme with all the details and they will just need to select their numbered space and there will be table service.
“If the event works we are looking at moving it around to several other venues.”
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There will also be background music, which will include genres such as Motown and disco, and toilets which are sanitised after each use - guests will also need to bring their own chair.
If the event cannot go ahead due to bad weather it will be postponed to the following week and if customers cannot make the new date they will get a refund minus the booking fee.