Lazy Loaf - Sunday Brunch
live music at BSK
Whether you need a hangover cure, a lazy Sunday brunch or simply want to enjoy some laidback live music, Lazy Loaf is the perfect setting.
We will be offering a variety of Bloody Marys for you to sample from the buffet from a Green Mary to Spicy Mary or you can create your own perfect Bloody Mary with the DIY Mary. Our favourite brunch cocktails will also be on offer - Marmalade Fizz and Kentucky Dawn.
Highlights from the brunch menu include the melt in your mouth Ricotta hot cakes, banana, honeycomb butter; Ham hock hash with fried duck egg. Our delicious Roasted rib of beef with Yorkshire pudding, roasted potatoes, carrots, bone marrow and onion gravy is also available.
A true mix and selection of acts from London and further afield join us to perform every Sunday from 1pm, creating soulful sounds whilst you enjoy a delicious brunch and a bespoke Lazy Loaf Bloody Mary Buffet created by the Bread Street Kitchen team.
Come down and unwind at Bread Street Kitchen.
- Sunday 2nd March - Roo Savill
Roo is a young singer who is making a big name for herself on the jazz scene. She performs across the UK as part of the Urban Soul Orchestra, sings with the London Community Gospel Choir, all as well as fronting her own band of London based musicians. With such a busy schedule we are pleased to welcome her back for another Lazy Loaf!
- Sunday 9th March – Emma-Jane Thommen & Paul Aiden
Critically acclaimed singer- songwriter Emma-Jane is just back from having opened for Norah Jones & Corinne Bailey Rae at the prestigious Greek Theatre in LA, and has performed with some of the UKs biggest acts over the last few months. See her live here joined by the fantastic Paul Aiden, currently at number 2 in the US charts, to perform a mix of up-beat and laid back contemporary covers.
- Sunday 16th March - Louise Golbey
Back by popular demand! From Glastonbury to the famous BBC Maida Vale studios, this young lady is making waves in the jazz scene with her intoxicating blend of soul and jazz. Her outstanding performances have made her widely regarded as ‘One to Watch’, she is certainly a favourite of ours.
- Sunday 23rd March - Oliver Darling & Martin Winning
Dirty Robbers front man Oliver Darling will be treating us to an afternoon of 50s swing blues with accompaniment from saxophonist Martin Winning, who has toured with the legendary Van Morrison. We can expect some fantastic music from these two big hitters.
- Sunday 30th March - The Sean Pregnolato Band
Cape Town musician Sean regularly pulls in the crowds around London with his blues band The Kingly All Stars, they will be performing stripped back acoustic blues and reggae to spice up your Sunday.
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