It’s almost the weekend, you’re due a catch-up with your friends and you fancy some good grub and lots of bubbles to mark the occasion. What better way to spend your day than with the best bottomless brunch in Britain?
With this mid-morning past time becoming an increasingly popular way to socialise, lots of restaurants now offer a boozy brunch package that extends way beyond a straight-up eggs benedict and cappuccino.
We’ve done our research to find you the venues offering some of the best bottomless brunch this country has to offer to help get your weekend off the ground.
Bunga Bunga (London)
Start the weekend with a bang at Bunga Bunga. This popular matinee brunch is offered on Saturdays and bank holiday Sundays and is some of the best bottomless brunch available if you’re looking for a real party.
For two hours you’ll be treated to endless glasses of prosecco and bellinis, and will feast on three courses of delicious Italian food.
Savour the sweet brioche buns, antipasti and ‘metro pizze’ while being entertained by Bunga Bunga’s infamous matinee variety show. With both the show and brunch included in the price, there’s no excuse not to round up your friends and make a real day of it.
Gaucho (London, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester)
Gaucho have the monopoly on good steak and don’t skimp on brunch either.
Running their ‘Electro Brunch’ across all of their London sites as well as the Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds restaurants, they definitely offer some of the best bottomless brunch if you’re looking for unlimited food as well as booze.
If it’s meat you’re after, why not try the classic steak and eggs or the choripan sandwich?
Vegetarians needn’t be put off as the menu has plenty to choose from. If you’ve got a sweet tooth save the best until last with the banana pancakes.
Drinks include Bloody Marys, Aperol Spritz, lager and sparkling Argentine wine but you can pay a supplement if you want to add pornstar and espresso martinis to your menu.
Cool electro beats play a big part here, which makes this the best bottomless brunch for getting you in the mood for the rest of the weekend.
Cloud 23 bar (Manchester)
If you’re after something a little bit different, head to Cloud 23 in the Hilton Deansgate for brunch in the clouds.
Situated on the 23rd floor of this iconic hotel, this is the best bottomless brunch for a special occasion. Here you can enjoy panoramic views of the city, breakfast delights and free-flowing beverages so you can really celebrate in style.
This is one of the few bottomless brunch menus that offers unlimited gin and tonics as well as Bloody Marys and bellinis.
Cloud 23 is situated in the heart of the city, making this the best bottomless brunch if you’re hoping to get some well deserved retail therapy in too.
Brace and Browns (Bristol)
If you class yourself as a bit of a foodie, Brace and Browns offers the best bottomless brunch if you want to enjoy some really tasty food.
For a sophisticated Saturday, head to this neighbourhood bistro for three courses and unlimited prosecco.
The chef will send a selection of tasters to start, along with a glass to make your own Bloody Mary. You can then choose your own main course, followed by some sweet treats from the kitchen. The popularity of this place speaks for itself, so be sure to book in advance.
The Button Factory (Birmingham)
Situated in the popular Jewellery Quarter of the city, The Button Factory offers the best bottomless brunch if you’re feeling hungry or need to line your stomach.
The food menu offers substantial dishes, including a full English, and you can choose from either two or three courses alongside unlimited prosecco or bellinis for two hours.
The starters are the real draw here, with little lamb koftas and courgette bhajis featuring high on the list. Head here on a Saturday between 12pm and 5pm.
The best bottomless brunch in Britain: other options
While we hope our list has helped you find the best bottomless brunch but the truth is, there are far too many to mention!
All Star Lanes offers American favourites alongside bottomless prosecco, breakfast mimosas and beers. Steady on the free-flowing booze, though, if you’re hoping to beat your mates on the bowling alley!
The King Street Townhouse in Manchester offers a free-flowing champagne option, which is the best bottomless brunch if you want to start the weekend in style.
Bounce on Old Street, London, offers unlimited bubbles, banging beats and an endless supply of pizza, which will really get you in the mood for a good game of ping-pong.
Whether you’re keen to find the best bottomless brunch venue in your area or you’re feeling inspired by an entry on our list, use the Loose Ends app to organise a trip there with your mates.