A series of Mexican brunches with bottomless cocktails at Bodega Underground.
With Premier Daniel Andrews' announcement that restaurants, cafes and pubs will be able to reopen to dine-in customers from June 1, CBD taqueria Bodega Underground has decided to bring back its Mexican bottomless brunch.
From Friday, June 5 to Sunday, June 7 (and every Friday, Saturday and Sunday thereafter), you'll be able to dig into its five-course spread of tacos, chilaquiles and ceviche once again. If you're GF or vegan, the team can accommodate — as usual. It's all going down at its cosy Little Bourke Street den, where you can pretend you're day-drinking somewhere between Cabo and Cancun.
Alongside the feast, you'll score 90 minutes of unlimited beer, wine and cocktails, with each of the drinks on offer rocking their own Mexican twist. We're talking spicy, beer-infused micheladas, tequila-based palomas and even something called a Mexi-Mimosa. All of this — the food and booze — will set you back just $65.
Bookings are available at 12pm, 1.45pm and 3.30pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. If you want to reserve you're spot, you'll need to get in quick — with only 20 people allowed inside the restaurant at a time we're sure spaces are going to fill up fast.
Images: Jean-Louis Carvalho