Irish Whiskey Launches $1 Champagne Brunch

Congrats to Irish Whiskey on their 1 year anniversary. To celebrate they’ve launched:

Dollar-Bottle Bubbly Brunch is just what it states: $1.00 for a full bottle of champagne every
Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 11:00am to 3:00pm with a $10.00 minimum food
purchase. Brunch/Cocktail menu will also include rotating cocktail specials created by one of its
seven skilled bartenders.

You can see all their menus here.

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  • Champagne or sparkling wine? If it’s really coming from the region then this sounds like an amazing deal. If not, false advertising?

    • FYI, champagne doesn’t have to come from the region. The US protected the use of the term “champagne” on US-originating wines in 1997 by codifying it in our tax code (26 U.S.C. § 5388). In 2005, under a trade agreement between the US and the EU governing wines, the US agreed to restrict use of the term “champagne” on US-originating wines to only those products already using the term at the time the agreement was concluded. So, any new products post-US/EU wine agreement can only be called “sparkling wine”, but something like Korbel, for example, which pre-dated the agreement, can still be called champagne despite being made in California. Of course, the French would agree with you… but under US law, it’s not false advertising.

      Apologies for the nerdy post, but I work on this stuff for a living and there’s a lot of misinformation out there about champagne 🙂

      • Wow, I had no idea. Thank you, internet.

      • Cassandra: I don’t believe I’ve ever had French champagne before.

        Benjamin Kane: Oh, actually all champagne is French; it’s named after the region. Otherwise it’s sparkling white wine. Americans of course don’t recognize the convention, so it becomes that thing of calling all of their sparkling white “champagne”, even though by definition they’re not.

        Wayne Campbell: Ah yes, it’s a lot like “Star Trek: The Next Generation”. In many ways it’s superior but will never be as recognized as the original.

  • $1 champagne = headache. I doubt they’re serving anything good.

  • Normally, I would offer you.. vintage Champagna.. and cavier. But.. I have grown impatient with the French. Ever since the Froggy stabbed Colin Powell in the back.. I eschew all things French.. no more! Camembert.. fois gras.. eau de cologne.. Frenchie, from “American Idol”.. and, big surprise to me.. champagna! Who knew! That’s the only place champagna come from! But.. my word is my bond.. it is done. Instead.. I offer you. effervescent.. Andre’s Cold Duck. [ camera shakes head no ] No? Ah. Then.. let me offer you.. a nosh. I must confess.. without the

  • The bottle of champagne may cost $1, but the crappy champagne hangover headache comes free!

  • Some friends and I had brunch there 2 weeks ago and it was just awful. The food was mediocre, but the service was abysmal. To sum up the service, they offered to comp 1 of the 5 meals, as well as a beer (after 30 mins informed us they hadn’t fixed the taps from Sat night so only had a few to offer), the coffee (originally served with grounds), and a hot tea (originally served cold, then hot, in a pint glass with a straw). I do think hot tea in a pint glass with a straw is an original experience though.

  • Do not eat there. The food used to be good. Not anymore.

  • We went last Sunday for brunch. Tried calling all weekend to make reservations but no one picked up. Managed to snag a seat at the bar. Food was mediocre and just plain heavy – nothing really notable on the menu, and poor selection for a picky eater in our group.

    The champagne was the only redeeming factor in that once you ordered an item off the menu (all were $10+ except the fruit platter) you got as many bottles of champagne for $1 that your group could drink.

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