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Event DetailsTaking Sydney by storm, the Brazilians from Season X have managed to establish themselves as one of the most fun and entertaining crews out there.
Relatively new to the scene but with a huge following: Sangalli and Diego Molina will not only bring the magic tunes but also all the Brazilian flavour, exactly what you need to start off your day.
With Sydney’s draconian lockout laws leaving a gaping hole in the city’s once vibrant late-night trading scene, the question for keen clubbers, thirsty night owls and weary hospitality workers remains: Where can punters go and kick-back with some delicious food, great drinks and of course, top-notch music? The answer is Sydney’s newest Sunday morning experience, Brunch at 77.
Inspired by savvy venues in New York’s meatpacking district and European clubs such as Berlin’s Panorama Bar, Brunch at 77 will fuse music and late-night entertainment into a sorely needed daytime party at William Street’s much loved and revered Club 77 venue.
A delicious food and beverage offering will be provided by local hotspot Suzie Q Coffee & Records, serving up a mouth-watering brunch menu of breakfast jaffles and croissants with gourmet fillings, assorted baked goods, fruit & granola cups and a selection of juices courtesy of Rainy Lane. For those looking to spice up their morning, the bar will be mixing up an array of specialty brunch cocktails – including twists on the classic Bloody Mary and Espresso Martinis. There’s also a curated natural wine list of thirty plus bottles, alongside local craft beer and non-alcoholic options including seasonal sodas from PS40.
On the music front will be the same cutting-edge underground house music punters have come to expect from Club 77, with some of the best house, disco and techno week-in, week-out courtesy of an array of guest DJs.
Work in hospitality? Take advantage of our FREE hospitality industry GUEST LIST > http://mgl.io/5dPYf < A valid NSW RSA card is required on entry.
$20 on the door.
Club 77 has a zero tolerance to drugs and anyone found with drugs will be reported to the police.