Sunday, June 23rd, 2013
Eric Virgil and the EMM Group present
The Bunny Brunch
At The Chandelier Room inside The W Hotel Hoboken
225 River Street Hoboken, NJ 07030
Music by Skam Artist’s own Dj MOS, Scottie Cortorreal and Dj Flip
spinning House and Open Format
Doors open at 12:30pm. Last Food seating at 3:30pm
End at 7pm. Please text 917-664-2686 for Brunch Reservations.
Everyone free on Eric Virgil’s guestlist. Reservations a must for Brunch or Bottles or both.
Drink Specials: $5 Mimosas all Day.
Bottle Packages: 2 Bottles of Belvedere and 1 Bottle of Moet Chandon for $675. 2 Bottles of Belvedere for $550, 10 Bottles of Moet for $1,000 (Prices do not include tax and gratuity)
Dresscode: Dress to impress
Age: 21 and over
To rsvp or more information, text Eric Virgil 917-664-2686, email@example.com, or go to www.ericvirgil.com
One of the hubs of New Jersey nightlife, the W Hoboken boasts chicly appointed lounges, eclectic decor and some of the most spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline anywhere. The waterfront hotel also offers daytime fun with its Sunday brunch, a lively afternoon party fueled by food, cocktails and an energetic DJ. The venue clears out its couches for the day to put in tables and seating for 60, but guests won’t be sitting for long: After a few plates from the buffet and more than a few mimosas, brunch turns into a spirited dance party. This experience is the epitome of Sunday Funday.
Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 12:30pm
|Event Price:||Everyone free on Eric Virgil's guestlist. Reservations a must for Brunch or Bottles or both.|
|Venue:||The Chandelier Room|
225 River Street
Hoboken, New Jersey 07030
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