If there’s one thing we love more than brunch, it’s bottomless brunch. To make sure you don’t miss out on stacks of fluffy pancakes and endless prosecco, we got in contact with DesignMyNight. From trendy seafront spots boasting unlimited mimosas to a ball-pit bar serving tequila punch and spaghetti meatballs, here are their top 10 picks…
If you’re after a boozy brunch with a view, Brighton’s Tempest Inn is your place. This joint sits pretty on the seafront and inside you’ll find cool cave interiors and unique booths. The bottomless brunch here starts a little earlier than others, we’re talking 10am, but it lasts for 90 minutes. Dig your knife and fork into stacks of American-style pancakes, a veggie breakfast or smashed avocado on toast, and if you can handle it, make the most of the free-flowing mimosas and bloody marys.
All Star Lanes might be known for their bowling lanes but this year they’re hitting a strike with their bottomless craft beer brunch. Running on Saturdays and Sundays, from 12pm to 4pm, each sitting lasts 2 hours. All you have to do is order a brunch item (we’re big fans of the salt beef hash with sunny-side up eggs), and you’ll get an unlimited supply of beer paired with your dish for £19 extra. Don’t worry fizz fans, you can get free-flowing prosecco for the same price if you’re not in the mood for beer.
The Button Factory has it all, a rooftop terrace, a lively atmosphere, and a more importantly – a boozy bottomless brunch. Offering three-courses and as many bellinis you can drink in two hours, this chic Birmingham hotspot is the perfect place to kick-start your Saturday. Promising dribble-worthy dishes, like pork and chorizo burgers, you’ll be spoilt rotten with choice. End your meal the right way and order their elderflower and prosecco jelly for dessert. It’s to die for.
If you’re after a boozy brunch with a difference, you can’t go wrong with Bounce. This joint is located in a basement bar in Shoreditch and it’s covered, head to toe, in glow in the dark graffiti and neon lighting. Every Sunday, from 1pm to 3pm, they host one helluva party with unlimited prosecco, brunch-inspired pizza and free ping pong. It’s a great way to end your weekend and if you haven’t already heard, the pizza here is out of this world.
Playing darts might not be everybody’s cup of tea, but Flight Club are breaking boundaries with their modern day darts bar. Every weekend they have a bottomless brunch with unlimited paddles of cheesy pizza and a whole bottle of prosecco per person. Your session will last two hours and you will get at least 30 minutes in an oche with your friends. Don’t worry, everything is electronic, giving you more time to concentrate on hitting that bullseye.
Hip Hop Brunch host raucous parties every single weekend, but never in the same place. Settling up in different spots across London, their location is kept secret until the Tuesday before the event. Starting at 12pm, you get unlimited cocktails for an hour followed by a dirty three-course meal. If you think that’s impressive, this lot have a bunch of talented tattoo artists on site to ink your skin (with coloured markers) and a crackin’ karaoke session come 3.30pm. If you don’t know the lyrics to Baby Got Back, now’s the time to learn ‘em.
Every weekend Mommi put on a three-course spread accompanied by bottomless prosecco or ice-cold sparkling rose. For your sake, we hope you’re not indecisive. They have plenty of hearty options to pick and choose from, like the huevos rancheros and the 5oz smoked rib eye of beef char-grilled on coal. This stylish Clapham hangout attracts a trendy crowd and there will be a selection of DJs on hand to set the brunch mood.
Looking for a brunch that’s ‘Simply the Best’? Get your skates on and make your way to The Candlemaker. Lasting for three whole hours, you’ll get bottomless mimosas, bloody marys, a delicious brunch item and a game of bingo hosted by ever loveable Tina Turner Tea Lady. Offering a whole lot more than just brunch, it’s one for the bucket list.
Just when you thought playing in a pit of plastic balls was strictly confined to those under the age of five, London opens its loving arms and welcomes in an adult ball-pit bar. But wait, there’s more. BallieBallerson are now hosting a bottomless brunch every Saturday with endless spaghetti meatballs, prosecco and tequila punch alongside 200,000 balls of fun.
Wanna hear some bloody good news? There’s a brunch in Stoke Newington that’s completely dedicated to bloody marys. Yes, you heard. The only bad news is that it’s a monthly residence. So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets and make your way down to Haunt for a fiery selection of cocktails, an ever changing brunch menu and boisterous DJ sets.
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