Maison Du Peche Bottomless Brunch at Tonight Josephine Bristol

(113 reviews)

Welcome to Madame Josephine's house of sin... Dripping in sex-appeal, oozing in bottomless cocktails - a decadent brunch that’s hotter than hell itself.

price

£35 (per person)

vibe

Party

food

60 - 60 minutes

food

Burger

drink

Cocktails, Bubbles, Beer

About - Maison Du Peche

AN AUDACIOUSLY CAMP DAY OF THEATRE, FLAMBOYANCE AND JAW-DROPPING CABARET PERFORMANCES.

 

An immersive day of wildness, not out of place on the streets of Paree. Bring your sinners along for the ride and join us at La Maison Du Péché.

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Menu Bottomless Brunch Times

 

Saturday6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Menu Bottomless Brunch Price

 

60 minutes of Bottomless Drinks, Brunch & Entertainment£35.00

Overall ratings and reviews

Reviews can only be made by diners who have brunched at this event

(113 reviews)

4.4

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4.8

Refill speed

3.6

Food

4.6

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  • Lorraine

    Overall: 5 - Food: 5 - Refill speed: 5 - Value: 5

    Absolute best time xx

  • Charlotte

    Overall: 5 - Food: 5 - Refill speed: 5 - Value: 5

    drinks were free flowing and never stopped - definitely would recommed

  • Jessica

    Overall: 5 - Food: 5 - Refill speed: 5 - Value: 5

    THE ACTUAL BEST

  • Amy

    Overall: 4 - Food: 2 - Refill speed: 4 - Value: 4

    We had such a lovely time, so much fun! Donna Trump was fabulous as were her singers. Highlight for me was joining the Congo line.

  • Anonymous

    Overall: 3 - Food: 1 - Refill speed: 5 - Value: 4

    It was a fun experience for what it was, and to do something different. The food was diabolical, worse than school dinners and the drag queen, although good entertainment, felt disconnected to the mumma Mia theme…there was actually little mumma Mia about the brunch except for the ABBA songs!