Sunday Brunch With Prosecco and Live Entertainment For Two for £25 at Cabaret Supper Club (Up to 61% Off)
- 1920s style decor
- Wide range of entertainment
- Butler booth service available
- Disabled access
- Valid Sundays, food served between 1pm and 3pm
- Entertainment starts at 2pm, premises close 6pm approx
- Main course from a set menu
- Glass of Prosecco each
- Includes weekly changing live entertainment
- For full details on upcoming performances, see here.
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun only. Food served between 1pm and 3pm; premises close at 6pm. Entertainment starts at 2pm. Includes main course from set menu only. Must be 18 or over with valid ID. Original values verified 15 June 2012 at 5.58pm.
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Music is the food of love, but those who love food find that music rarely helps. Hit the right note with today's Groupon: £25 for Sunday brunch with a glass of Prosecco and live entertainment for two at Cabaret Supper Club
Harking back to the roaring twenties with low-lit booths and live entertainment, Cabaret Supper Club serves up sumptuous food and voluptuous frolics. Guests recline and dine in decadent style with vintage cocktails, classic fare, and a private booth-based butler. Led by Miss Trudy Scrumptious, the club's roster of top-draw performers includes burlesque artists, smooth crooners, and contemporary vocal styles, setting a table-tapping rhythm for any event.
Patrons can toast their Sunday with a glass of Prosecco as they take their seats for the live entertainment. Diners can choose a main course from the set menu, before sitting back and letting the jollity unfold.
The Cabaret Supper Club received a very positive write up from The Belfast Telegraph which praised the venue’s décor and atmosphere, as well as the food. The club also currently boasts a generous helping of 679 Likes on Facebook.
The food is an intrinsic part of the supper club concept, obviously, but so are the wines, cocktails and what’s happening on stage, all in equal measure. And the environment. The comfort and luxury of being entertained, having drinks brought to you by an attentive and friendly staff (the booths each have their own butler button) and being in pleasant, well-lit surroundings is something worth paying for.
– Joris Minne, The Belfast Telegraph, Mar 2012