United We Brunch

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United We Brunch says
There’s no better way to chase away a hangover than brunch with friends. Scene is bringing together the best restaurants in town for an event like no other.

Brunch tastings, Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, Beer, Wine and Champagne, music and more. It’s the ultimate cure for a hangover — and a great start to another night on the town!

You must be 21 or over to attend this event.

Parking: Available for $3 in the Galleria parking garage. Enter by taking the escalator into the space or through the doors on East 12th.


$35 - Regular Entry 11 AM - Unlimited Brunch Tastings - 5 Drink Tickets - Commemorative Glass - SOLD OUT

$50 - VIP Entry 10 AM - Unlimited Brunch Tastings - 8 Drink Tickets - Commemorative Glass - Access to Full Bar - VIP Seating Area - SOLD OUT

Presenting Sponsor: Tito's
Presenting Sponsor: Hillcrest Food Service Co

Official Sparkling Wine Sponsor: Korbel
Bloody Mary Sponsor: Pope's Kitchen
Entertainment By: Dj Flaco Flash
Proceeds Benefit: Cleveland Montessori

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