The weather is warming up and coronavirus lockdown has well and truly eased up in Sydney. That means heading out for a long, boozy brunch with mates is very much back on the socially-distanced menu.
There was a period there where it felt like every Sydney cafe and restaurant was hosting some sort of bottomless brunch. Rosé, Mimosas, Bloody Marys – you name the beverage, somewhere there was a bottomless brunch devoted to it.
And you know what? Despite the market saturation, during lockdown these boozy events were missed. So the news that Darlinghurst Margarita bar La Farmacia has just started its own bottomless brunch is music to Sydney ears.
Co-owner Alfredo Perez is, according to business partner Anthony Macfarlane, the “best Margarita-maker in town”, so there probably isn’t a better place in the east to hit up a bottomless Margarita brunch. The menu features 12 varieties, ranging from spicy jalapeno to chamomile.
For brunch, you’ll enjoy 1.5 hours of free-flowing Margs alongside tacos, seasonal fish ceviche and churros with dulce de leche. Not a Marg fan? Mexican beer and rosé are also included.
The brunch will set you back $85 a head, which is pretty decent considering you’re copping food and cocktails. As with anything these days, booking is essential – and given La Farmacia is on the smaller side, you might want to get in quick.