The Big Bad Brunch at The Attik Rooftop NYC
Saturday October 18, 2014
The E&R Group (Eric Virgil and Rob Diesel) present
The Big Bad Brunch
at Attik Rooftop
251 W.48th St
New York, NY 10036
Music by DJ Scottie C, Ian, Rose and Christian Jae
spinning House and Top 40
The Blow You Down Edition!
Doors open at 2:00pm. Brunch Food served from 5pm.
End at 9pm. Please text 917-300-8976 for Brunch Reservations.
Everyone free on The E&R Group guestlist. Reservations a must for Brunch or Bottles or both.
Get your free pass at http://thebigbadbrunch.eventbrite.com
Bottle Packages: Please call 917-300-8976
Food Menu: A La Carte or $30 Prefixed (1 Entree and 2 champagne cocktails)
Dresscode: Dress to impress
Age: 21 and over
It’s BIG. It’s BAD. and it’s Coming… the return of the Big Bad Brunch! From the staff to our hosts, our themes vibrate throughout the party and create an energy unseen in any other brunch party around. The result? A collection of beautiful young people gathering to enjoy theirSaturday while being stimulated by vast collection of music, culture and finding a universal platform for conversation that stems from our theatrical occurrences. With a focus on quality over quantity, The BigBadBrunch happens only once a month. Allowing for ample word of mouth, promotion and internal planning to take place. Making the next BigBadBrunch, bigger and badder than the one before it. Join us as we huff and puff and blow New York City down Saturday Oct 18. #bigbadbrunch
The Big Bad Brunch was introduced August 23, 2014 in Times Square’s Newest and Hottest Rooftop, The Attik. Now we are back for Round 3. Expect another high energy afternoon with your favorite friends and of course this brunch isn’t complete without The Big Bad Wolf! Except champagne, expect your brunch favorites and most importantly expect to feel the UNEXPECTED energy at this brunch party.
The 5,000 square bi-level space is located on the penthouse of the Hilton Garden Hotel, boosting indoor and outdoor space. The space is designed and has taken its inspiration from the golden era of Hollywood. THe rooftop celebrates the bold patterns and relaxed environment of Beverly Hills pool lounges and outdoor garens while the penthouse lounge, with floor to ceiling glass windows, is inspired by the robust architecture of Richard Neautra and the post contemporary Hollywood Hills vernacular. It’s a cozy lounge with a sunken living room feel. The color palette is silver and gray with warm woods. Large bars on each level, plush seating, DJ booths with state of the art sound system and multiple screens integrated into the design for this must go to BIG BAD BRUNCH!