Pieminister's £20 bottomless pie and prosecco brunch is back

From May 30, pastry lovers can head to their nearest Pieminster restaurant for a delicious pie, side and 90 minutes worth of bottomless cocktails or prosecco – all for just £20.

There are three pie options available in the brunch deal.

The first is a meaty option called Morning Glory and is made up of free range sausage and bacon, cheesy béchemal sauce and a baked egg.

The vegetarian option is called Sunny Pie Up and contains ren onion and rosemary vegetarian sausage, béchemal sauce and baked egg.

The final pie is called the Vegan Banger and includes red onion and rosemary vegan sausage, vegan cheese and béchemal.

All the pies are topped with garlic potatoes, crispy kale, vine tomatoes and a side of smoky baked beans.

If you're gluten-free, there's also a non-pie skillet choice called Bangin' Bean, which is smoky baked beans and halloumi topped with garlic potatoes, crispy kale and vine tomatoes.

You also get 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco or cocktails.

If you fancy cocktails you can choose from Aperol spritzes, Bloody Marys or Mimosas.

The bottomless booze and pie – which also ran last year – will set you back just £20 for the hour and a half.

If you're dry or driving you can get one of the brunch pies or skillet on its own for £9.95.

The £20 deal is quite good value.

Usually a glass of prosecco costs £5 at Pieminster, so as long as you drink three glasses you'll have saved yourself some money.

The cocktails were created specifically for the brunch offer, so you can't get them at any other time.

The brunch is running from March 30 to September 30. It's on every other Saturday as well as a few special Bank Holiday Sundays.

It's happening in the seven Pieminster restaurants in Bristol (Broad Quay), Cardiff, Birmingham, Sheffield, Nottingham, Liverpool and Leeds.

You can find your nearest restaurant and book a bottomless brunch here.

Spots are limited and can book out quickly so act fast if you want to go.

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