Picnic West End
West End’s Picnic is the sibling eatery of the beloved Camp Hill-based brunch staple of the same name. The Picnic brand expanded in 2021, with the spacious 95-seater outpost opening at West Village’s dining precinct next to Italian Street Kitchen. Picnic at West Village boasts a completely different menu to its Camp Hill predecessor, with a range of Asian-inspired brunch and lunch options including the pork bulgogi Benedict with mushroom, leek and potato croquettes, the Pasta Imposter (udon noodles served with thinly sliced brisket, tiger prawns, chorizo and rose sauce), wagyu scotch egg (which comes with bearnaise sauce, avocado, hash browns and kimchi-inspired dressing) and the Spice Bae chicken burger. Paradox Coffee Roasters is Picnic’s caffeine supplier, with espresso, batch brew and cold-drip coffee available alongside MOMO peach tea from Lupicia, milkshakes, cold-pressed juices and fruit-loaded smoothies. Picnic’s West Village outpost is also venturing into late-afternoon trade, with a clutch of snacks (popcorn chicken, fried halloumi sticks and salt-and-pepper squid) on offer alongside beer, wine and cocktails like the Biscoff Martini (milk, Irish cream, coffee liqueur, Biscoff spread, Lotus crumbs and whipped cream), Pretty In Pink (pink gin, rose prosecco, pomegranate and lemonade) and Lychee Crush (lychee, vodka, guava, mango, coconut, passionfruit and ice).