5 Bottomless Brunch pubs

There’s only one thing better than a full English breakfast, yes we’re talking about the upgraded version – the bottomless brunch!

Remember when brunch became the new lunch? Well now bottomless brunch is the nation’s favourite way to spend mid-afternoons. Whether you’re curing last night’s hangover with some hair of the dog, or simply starting your lazy weekend off, we’ve got you covered with this list of some of the best bottomless brunches across the UK.

Shear’s Yard

 Leeds, West Yorkshire (The Calls, Leeds, Yorkshire, LS2 7EY)

Leeds, Yorkshire

This independent kitchen and bar near the Calls, Leeds has space for up to 25 people per table for a 90 minute bottomless brunch. Described as a contemporary yet relaxed space to meet, socialise, dine and drink. The interior is cosy and features cool brick walls with hanging lights. For the warmer mornings, there is a lovely outdoor seating area with hanging fairy lights. Get together over the unlimited prosecco, selected cocktails, draught beer and ales.

The brunch menu changes each week, and features visually exciting, honest dishes, that combine both classic and unique flavour combinations. It won’t break the bank either, you can choose a brunch dish and as many drinks as you like for just £25.

Bunga Bunga

Battersea, London (37 Battersea Bridge Road, Battersea, London, SW11 3BA)

London, Battersea

Described as a party brunch, Bunga Bunga offers bottomless brunch like nowhere else. Two hours of DIY Bellini kits, live entertainment and a stage for crowd karaoke will set you up for a very merry morning.

Priced at £44 per person, and on every Saturday, there is an extensive list of food and drink to choose from for this 3 course party brunch. The two menus include warm brioche and jams/Nutella, eggs Florentine or cured meats with fresh melon, and a range of Italian pizzas. In addition to the DIY Bellini kits, the very boozy cocktails come in leaning Tower of Pisa, the Horses head and Disco ball shaped cups! There’s also prosecco popsicles, what’s not to love?

The dress code is smart casual, and if you’re feeling a bit fragile from the night before we would recommend trying Sunday’s La Famiglia Brunch, which has live entertainment, great food and two hours of Bellini’s but with a more relaxed atmosphere.

Neighbourhood

 Manchester (The Avenue North, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3BZ)

Manchester, City Centre

Neighbourhood is a New York inspired restaurant and bar. By day it is a vibrant dining experience, turning into one of the UK’s hottest parties by night. Spend your two hour slot sitting on green leather upholstery in a bar with a modern feel, enjoying brunch served between 10am and 1pm. For £35 you can choose two items from the food menu, and unlimited Bloody Mary’s, seasonal cocktails or Prosecco.

The bars motto is dine, drink, dance and centrally located in the buzzing area of Spinningfields.

Patterns, Brighton

(Indigo Yard, 7 Charlotte Lane, Edinburgh, City Of Edinburgh, EH2 4QZ)

Edinburgh, West End

What used to be one of Brighton’s best loved music venues, Patterns reopened in May 2015 unveiling a new name and design. Patterns was built on the site of an old art-deco hotel, and breathes a new lease of life into Brighton’s beautiful seafront. This is the perfect spot for bottomless brunch with the south-facing sea view terrace and quirky interior.

Built for sunshine and sipping, the terrace is the place to be for bottomless brunch. Surround yourself in the urban oasis of tropical potted palms, bright pastel coloured furniture and up-cycled oil drum tables and enjoy the free flowing prosecco and cocktails.

Grey

 Kingsway, Cardiff (Grey, Kingsway, Cardiff, Glamorgan, CF10 3HH)

Cardiff

Grey is a chic restaurant centrally located in the Hilton hotel, Cardiff. This place is for prosecco lovers, promising limitless drinks with your meal. The food here is also delicious. Treat the taste buds to a warm apple crumble, Knickerbocker Glory, or warm sticky toffee pudding with locally made ice cream.

 

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