Fancy A Pint? New-Look Brotherhood Bar Returns on 4th July
As America prepares its annual Independence Day festivities, the UK is gearing up for its own 4th July celebrations as lockdown measures ease down and bars begin to reopen. And, if it’s a spot of social sporting action you’ve been missing, then The Brotherhood of Pursuits and Pastimes may be just the tonic you need to pep you up.
Leeds’ premier sports bar is bouncing back with a dapper new look. A look that blends its usual brand of entertainment with extra safety measures. The relaunch coincides with Leeds United’s quest to jump back into the Premier League as they take on Blackburn Rovers at 3pm.
As you’d expect, Brotherhood will be offering an enticing selection of the finest liquid medication known to mankind from its finely stocked bar, ranging from beer and Prosecco packages to inspired cocktail creations and premium liquor.
“Above and beyond”
Brotherhood have taken extra precautions to ensure the safety of their customers and in-house team. A range of measures have been put in that go above and beyond government guidelines. Each of the venues bars will be covered with plastic screening and hand sanitiser units will be dotted all around the venue and on the front door.
All tables will be adorned with handy QR codes. Guests can then scan the code on their phone to instantly bring up the menus. Everything can then be ordered and paid for using a smartphone, which will all be delivered to the table.
The Brotherhood floor team will be wearing full PPE, as will the bar and kitchen team. And each bar has been equipped with timers programmed to go off every 20 minutes. These will ensure staff regularly sanitise all front of house areas, including tables, sides and hand rails. Signs will be displayed throughout the venue to remind guests to stick to the social distancing rule.
A new lick of paint provides a subtle makeover. And confetti cannons, an eclectic soundtrack and lighting will help maintain Brotherhood’s electric sporting atmosphere. Table bookings are on a first come, first serve basis. And guests can book online along with a variety of drinks packages.
This includes cases of Peroni, Heineken, Corona and bottled spirits ranging from Grey Goose to Jack Daniels and Bombay Sapphire. Guests can also order drinks on an ad-hoc basis from their table. An impressive hand-picked selection of the finest whiskies, rums, gins, tequilas and more will be available for merry enjoyment.
“Bigger and better than ever”
Brotherhood’s small yet well edited range of comfort food is also back on the menu. From juicy burgers to sharing platters and nibbles…there’ll be everything you could possibly want.
Like many businesses across the UK, Brotherhood has worked hard to adapt in an incredibly testing year. With additional measures added on top of those enforced by the government, Brotherhood are ready to return bigger and better.
Brotherhood Director Seema Dhiman said: “With football season back on track and the people of Leeds raring to get back out into the city, we couldn’t be any more excited to bring Brotherhood back to its best. We’re really proud of the additional safety measures we’ve put in place to protect our customers and employees, whilst also maintaining the fun and lively atmosphere we’ve become famous for.’’
‘’Our QR codes system makes ordering food and drink safe, simple and convenient. The team can’t wait to get back out there and help the people of Yorkshire cheer Leeds United on as they take on Blackburn. We predict it’s going to be quite a memorable weekend that will be fondly remembered by the people of Leeds.’’