SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The club lifestyle has entered daylight hours. A new concept in brunch dining will make its mark in San Francisco starting Sunday, June 29th. Targeted towards the elite party crowd, “BRVNCH” kicks off their conceptual dining extravaganza for those who can afford it.
Billed as more than just “omelets and Bloody Mary’s,” BRVNCH will “provide over-the-top brunch parties that will feature food, booze and entertainment like trapeze artists, go-go dancers and DJs.”
If you have fat wallets and decide to go, general admission consists of light bites, access to an open bar, a Ketel One Bloody Mary, Moet Chandon mimosas and for your entertainment, music will be provided by a world class DJ, all for just $300.
Now, if you prefer to get your “splurge on,” we suggest purchasing BRVNCH’s $2,500 VIP package which, in addition to your Bloody Mary and mimosas, includes your own private table and personal server, plus a bottle of champagne and various bottles of liquor. Some fees are included.
Ambiance is a priority, but attention to the quality of the food will not be overlooked. According to EaterSF, “one of San Francisco’s most exclusive dining venues” will be involved and may have buffet-style stations serving crepes, French toast, eggs benedict and carved meat.
Though, all this decadence comes at a high price, for the general public, it happens just one time. After the initial debut opening, membership will be required to attend further parties/brunches. The location is kept secret until you purchase your tickets, available through Eventbrite.
More at www.brvnch.com