After a short summer break, Thessbrunch, the culinary initiative of the Thessaloniki Hotels Association (THA), is back this autumn to offer cuisine of the highest quality to the city’s residents and visitors.
THA members participating in the Thessbrunch (meaning “want brunch”) started serving brunch in May 2017 and the initiative quickly became the “talk of the town”. Since then it has been warmly embraced by the public and Thessaloniki’s hoteliers are now preparing new dishes and dozens of flavor combinations, also including unique wines and cocktails.
The autumn program officially opened at the Grand Hotel Palace on Saturday, September 9, the day of the inauguration of the 82nd Thessaloniki International Fair and continued on Sunday at the Anatolia Hotel – Thessaloniki.
Until October 8, the Thessbrunch will be taking place:
16/09: Mediterranean Palace Hotel
17/09: Holiday Inn Thessaloniki
23/09: Golden Star City Resort
24/09: Electra Palace Thessaloniki
01/10: Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki
08/10: Hotel Nikopolis Thessaloniki
The Thessbrunch team consists of the first cycle’s participants and today includes new additions, such as music groups, workshops and festivals.
Until October 8, the guests of the Thessbrunch events will have the opportunity to participate in a draw and win two round trip airline tickets for Greek destinations, courtesy of the initiative’s main transportation sponsor, Ellinair.
Furthermore, Thessbrunch is offering guests the chance to win tickets for the main exhibition spaces of the 6th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art and specifically the State Museum of Contemporary Art, the Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki and the Mount Athos Center.
The #koulouriofthemonth contest continues
In addition, Ellinair is offering a free trip to Thessaloniki to participants of the #koulouriofthemonth contest. Winners will enjoy great hospitality in the city’s hotels and of course indulge in a special Thessbrunch, THA said in an announcement.
According to THA, the contest has been a success so far, with photographs appearing in social media from various locations in Greece, including the Greek islands, as well as the UK, Sweden and Turkey while the initiative’s fame has crossed the Atlantic, also reaching the U.S. and Canada.