The bottomless brunch trend shows no signs of dying down in Bristol – and we are here for it. After all, there's really not much better than rounding up your besties and heading out for a plateful of delicious food, accompanied by UNLIMITED booze – I mean, what could possibly go wrong?!
In this article by the wonderful Bedsit Bonne Vivante, we round up the best boozy brunches and lunches in town – let us know if we've missed out your favourite and we'll get it added in!
There’s a brand new "United Taste of America" Bottomless Brunch Menu in Bristol – and it’s all about American-inspired brunching with bottomless Prosecco and Mimosa… for a whole hour and a half!
After receiving a mimosa on arrival, you'll graze through a selection of tasty pastries whilst you wait for the delicious main event to arrive. Then, you'll choose one dish from a fabulous selection of five brunch dishes courtesy of Steam's all-new American-inspired pop-up "Salt Street" - along with the all-important bottomless mimosa or prosecco!
Steam are sporting a great, large space and some of the best decking in Bristol so book when the sun is shining to take full advantage.
Grab a mate (or a date) and brunch your day away with this awesome two person bottomless brunch. This wonderful Wriggle comes with bottomless prosecco and gets you any two brunch dishes from Quay Street Diner's extensive menu. Our favourite is the Steak & Eggs: Dry-aged Devon beef rump thinly sliced, poached or fried eggs on a buttered toasted muffin with mixed leaf salad.
Trendsetters Brace & Browns are now old hat at this bottomless brunch malarkey – rumour has it that they attract up to 10,000 calls every time they open the books.
The menu frequently changes, and they have expanded their offering to ensure that non-drinking diners are as well-looked after as the rest of us booze hounds.
I visited one Sunday with five friends and had a whale of a time. The staff are top-notch, the dishes were all well cooked and generously portioned, and the bubbles didn’t stop flowing. Stand-out dishes were a mountain of pig cheek balls with aioli and the delicious chocolate pancakes.
Brunchers can book between 12pm and 3pm on Saturdays, and choose from a sweet and savoury menu. Keep an eye on their social media for the next booking date - prices start at £10.
Prince Street Social are recent additions to the brunch club, serving an unlimited supply of knockout food and drink to enjoy on both Saturdays and Sundays.
Offering an impressive six hour window, you have more than enough time to relish their glittering new menu of delights, introducing more boozy choices with the added luxury of Bloody Marys, beers and ales (not forgetting Prosecco, of course). Along with supplying the booze, their polished food menu is full of top-drawer grub which satisfies the tastebuds and helps absorb the bubbles. The staff are engaging, attentive and most helpful in ensuring your glass never stays empty.
Oh Muino, how you spoil us all. After impressing us with their first-class Spanish food and wine, they’ve only gone and graced us with a juicy new bottomless brunch menu. Along with offering their utmost expertise on beloved staples with pancakes, smoked salmon and eggs galore, they’re upping the ante with their tasty spin on Mexican Rancheros. For the princely price of £22.50 you can enjoy unlimited, cooked to order breakfasts, teas, coffees and juices, or you can of course wash it all down with bottomless bubbles for £29.50.
Bottomless Prosecco, Bucks Fizz & Bloody Mary Brunch @ Clifton Sausage | 1st Saturday of Every Month | 10am -11.45am | £19.95
The newest kid on the block is the Clifton Sausage, with their offering on the plinth of the bottomless brunch craze. They're keeping it nice and simple, with a choice of one hot plate that includes a Full English, Eggs Benedict or Veggie Hash and a choice of either bottomless Prosecco, Bucks Fizz or Bloody Marys. Winning.
Bottomless brunch will be served the first Saturday of every month and you will have an hour and a half to indulge.
The Brace & Brown team can now be spotted sharpening their bottomless-fine dining skills within the modest space of a shipping container. This fancy new abode is home to some of the best brunch cookery skills in Bristol, offering a variety of tasters, mains and some sweet treats to match (along with an all too generous amount of Prosecco). If you’re lucky with the weather you can enjoy your brunch out on their outdoor terrace, a gorgeous sun trap supplied with plenty of bubbles and unrivalled views of Bristol’s waterfront.
8 words that are guaranteed to inspire wide-eyed foodie wonderment in any self-respecting burger devotee. 8 words that'll set excited tummies a-rumbling all over the city. 8 words that will define the most dirty-come-decadent of gastronomic weekends... 2 HOURS OF BOTTOMLESS BURGERS AND BOTTOMLESS BOOZE. That's damn right. Now that Burger Theory have got their own digs, they're really living up to their hard-earned reputation as the most creative burger people in all of Bris - and they'd love you drop by for 2 whole hours and get involved with as much of their team's favourite items from Burger Theory's delicious menu as you can.
Sadly the pies aren't bottomless but at the Pieminister bottomless brunch the booze, juice and coffee is! Pick your pie or skillet and enjoy quaffing prosecco, Aperol spritz or Bloody Mary's for an hour and half. The ingenious brunch pies are packed with delicious breakfast foods including a runny egg in the middle and the skillets come with toast, perfect for popping up at the end.