The Club House has got your Easter Bank Holiday boxed off
5 years ago
With temperatures predicted to soar into the 20’s this Bank Holiday weekend, Easter is set to be very ‘Egg-citing’ at The Club House in Chavasse Park, Liverpool ONE.
The Club House Terrace is the best place to catch the weekend rays whether you want to take advantage of their Good Friday Bottomless Brunch, enjoy the free Easter Sunday live music festival, along with a Club House Roast, or the ‘Easter inspired’ food and drink specials.
To ease you into the weekend The Club House have a Good Friday Bottomless Brunch available from 10am until midday on Friday, 19th April.
Choose one Breakfast item, a hot drink and a glass of Prosecco for £15 – or you could go ‘bottomless’ and celebrate in style and add bottomless Prosecco for an extra £10.
Plenty of options to choose from including a ‘full English’, a vegan ‘full English’, a 3-egg omelette with cheese or pancakes with blueberries, to name a few!
Easter Sunday, 21st April is all about LIVE MUSIC with NINE HOURS of non-stop musical entertainment with Club House LIVE, a fantastic selection of solo artists, duo’s and bands to make your bank holiday go with a swing.
The Clubhouse Live line-up for Easter Sunday is:-
1.00pm-2.00pm Solo artist Ellie K
2.15pm-3.15pm Mollie G Duo
3.30pm-4.30pm Big Small Guy
4.45pm-5.30pm 52 Skidoo
6.00pm-7.00pm Oli Ng Band
7.30pm-8.30pm The Different Light
8.45pm-10.00pm The Terrell F Band
While you are taking in the tunes, enjoy a Club House traditional Roast with all the trimmings, also available on Bank Holiday Monday. A fantastic selection of Roasts are available, including Red Tractor Rotisserie Chicken – £12.95, Outdoor-reared slow roast Pork Belly – £11.95, Rotisserie-roasted premium English Beef – £13.95, Rotisserie roasted Lamb – £12.95 and a Mushroom, red lentil, stilton and chestnut roast – £10.95. All roasts are served with honey-mustard glazed carrots, braised red cabbage, tenderstem broccoli, roast potatoes, homemade Yorkshire pudding and rotisserie gravy.