Liverpool restaurant now serves bottomless roast dinners with unlimited drinks

Torri Donley

A city centre restaurant has launched the ultimate bottomless roast dinner served alongside a variety of unlimited drinks too.

With new restrictions across the UK meaning pubs, bars and restaurants all need to close at 10pm, it means going out for our breakfast or tea will become more popular than ever.

So thankfully Jimmy’s has announced just the thing, available every Sunday from 12pm-6pm customers can get a bottomless brunch for £35 with unlimited drinks including espresso martinis, prosecco, pints and house red.

There is also unlimited gravy too.

Situated at the top of Bold Street facing St Luke’s Bombed Out Church, Jimmy’s is fast developing a huge reputation for its food offering.

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Taking its current Sunday roast offering one step further, its team took to its Instagram to announce its new deal. The post read: “So….. Day sesh is the new night sesh, we’re capped at groups of 6 but the drinks are unlimited if you go bottomless at the roast, we close at 10, all we’ve gotta do is adjust the party hours and get an early night on a school night.

“Go bottomless with your Sunday roast with options of house red, pints of lager, prosecco or espresso martinis. Starting this Sunday from 12-6pm.”

Its post has unsurprisingly gained a huge reaction, with one user commenting: “Oh my god”

Another said: “Good god!!!”

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And, a third said: “Oooooooft”

Jimmy’s Liverpool opened in 2019 by brothers George and Jimmy Craig inside the former Cabin Club, ensuring the musical legacy of the building lives on.

It is a firm favourite on the live-music scene, after regularly securing big-name gig listings.

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