If you’ve ever wanted to appropriate the age-old tradition of indulging in a bucket with your friends whilst chugging cheap, sparkling piss in a park and recontextualise it to eating genuinely delicious fried chicken and drinking perfectly acceptable sparkling wine — we’ve got good news for you. Sydney’s sneaker-cum-fried-chicken institution Butter is hosting bottomless brunches all throughout the silly season.

For $38 you can cop a nosh-up of fried chicken (or mushrooms if ya veg), fried halloumi, an array of their divine sides — ramen gravy, coleslaw, miso corn, pickles, all the good shit—, plus a warm cinnamon doughnut to end the meal on a sweet note.

You’re going to need a sherbert of some description to wash all this opulence down, and Butter recognise this, so they’ve got a bunch of sweet grog deals to wet your whistle. For $39 you can sink Chandon, for $50 a Hennessy and lemon ice tea punch or for $80 Veuve Cliquot. Honestly, how much sparkling wine can you drink in order to get bang for your buck, we reckon the best option here is to get absolutely ignorant on the Hennessy concoction, what’s the worst that could happen?

Here’s your chance to bliss out in a haze of faux-elite splendour for an afternoon.

What: Butter Bottomless Brunches
Where: 6 Hunt St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
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Shop 3/140 Marsden St, Parramatta NSW 2150