In collaboration with The Ivy
In honour of Harrogate’s 1940s Day held each year in the Valley Gardens, The Ivy Harrogate is getting into the swing of the era by hosting two 1940s-inspired brunches, as well as offering a limited-edition cocktail.
Until Sunday, 23 June, the bar team will be serving up a vintage-themed, bespoke Spitfire cocktail, which has been crafted specifically for the 1940s Day celebrations. Priced at £9.50 and featuring a delicious combination of Remy Martin 1738 Cognac, Sauvignon Blanc, lemon juice, sugar syrup and egg white, this tipple is the perfect way to celebrate the by-gone era.
1940s inspired brunch at The Ivy
The Ivy Harrogate will also be hosting two special brunches on Saturday, 22 and Sunday, 23 June. With 1940s-inspired musicians performing on the outdoor terrace and in the restaurant from 11am – 1pm each day, the brasserie will provide the ideal setting to commemorate the town’s 1940s celebrations. Guests will be able to choose from the brasserie’s delicious brunch menu as usual, with dishes including eggs Benedict, oak smoked salmon with black pepper and lemon, and hot buttermilk pancakes with fresh fruit, Greek yoghurt, lemon balm and warm strawberry sauce.
The Ivy Harrogate’s General Manager, Rodney Prosper (pictured above), said: “1940s Day is hugely popular here in Harrogate, and to offer our guests the chance to celebrate with us at the restaurant is very exciting. With our speciality Spitfire cocktail and 1940s-themed brunches available, the team and I can’t wait to welcome guests into the brasserie.”
Harrogate 1940s Day
I say it’s the perfect way to start the day. So book yourself in and make a day of it. Harrogate’s 1940s day is free to attend is this Sunday 23rd June in the Valley Gardens. To find out more head over to Harrogate International Festivals for more.
To book a table at The Ivy Harrogate please visit www.theivyharrogate.com or call 01423787100.
P.S. The Ivy has kindly invited me to Brunch on Saturday