BOOZY BRUNCH IN REVIEW: RED EDITION

If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to ‘drunk-walk’ out of the Agave Restaurant in West Village or Crema in Chelsea on a Sunday evening, you’ll know what it feels like to have attended a well done bottomless brunch. But if the ‘Big Apple’ is too far a stretch at the moment, then enjoy an outstanding  alternative by way of the Kingston Belle Boozy Brunch.

Held every last Sunday of each month inside the Swiss Stores and F&B Restaurant, our brunch is Kingston’s ultimate culinary and social melange. Our most recent staging on January 31st was a spectacular and well spent 4 hours of sophisticated and somehow socially accepted debauchery. Bursts of laughter would echo from corner tables as mimosa filled flutes would clank together in applause of perhaps the deliciously curated brunch plate of pumpkin bisque, pork belly sliders and red velvet pancakes. Or maybe it was just over the hooplah of catching up with old pals of politico and or strangers akin. And that is just the magic of our brunch in that it brings together the most delightfully eclectic group of people from Columbia almas to kilter creatives who altogether share one common set of goals; to booze up, relax, socialise and enjoy downtown!

In a rousing conclusion to the day, an astoundingly talented Mink Jo and her guitarists Philip Myers and Nicolas Groskopft rocked our worlds with a live acoustic set. The eternally memorable vocalist of the ‘Brand New Machine’ camp (otherwise closely associated with Sean Paul) left a lasting impression on our guests with tracks like John Legend’s “Stay with me” and her own record -and my personal favorite- “Fall back”.

Missed the last staging? Thanks to our in-house talent Alexander Wong you may now relive our favorite moments below. Don’t be left out of the loop again, RSVP HERE for scheduled updates and to reserve your tickets to ensure a booked boozy Sunday post election.