Britain's best boozy bottomless brunches

The best boozy brunches for sharing a tipple with your friends
The best boozy brunches for sharing a tipple with your friends Credit: Anjelika Gretskaia/Moment RF

Party brunches, teaming fantastic food with endless glasses of prosecco, bellinis and Bloody Marys, are all the rage, with restaurants around the country ensuring you stay well 'watered' while you graze on your Full English or blueberry crumpets.

Here, we bring you the best of the bunch.

1. Kurobuta Marble Arch, London 

Salmon sashimi pizza at Kurobuta restaurant Credit: Andrew Crowley

Sip on a cocktail as you peruse the menu of tapas-style sushi in this restaurant of contemporary Japanese dining.  Think baby shrimp tempura and salmon sashimi pizza, paired with bottomless beer, wine or even prosecco - all for £45. 

Every Saturday and Sunday, 12pm-5pm.

17-20 Kendal Street, London W2 (020 7920 6440)

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2. Gas Street Social, Birmingham 

Fancy unlimited bellinis and a full English? 

Pay £18 to enjoy unlimited bellinis and mimosas, alongside £11.95 for the Gas Street Works (a Full English breakfast). If you'd rather a more liquid lunch, opt for lighter food options such as eggs benedict or pancakes. 

Every Saturday and Sunday, 10am-5pm; Monday-Friday, 11am-5pm

166-168 Wharfside Street, The Mailbox, Birmingham (0121 643 0362)

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3. Black Dog Ballroom NQ, Manchester

Enjoy Bloody Marys, mimosas, beer or wine on demand, with a spread of classic, hearty breakfast dishes, including steak benedict and American-style pancakes with bacon or fruit. Together, it costs just £25 per person. A perfect 'hair-of-the-dog' cure for party-goers.

Every Saturday and Sunday, 11am-4pm

Basement Affleck's Palace, corner of Tib Street and Church Street, Manchester (0161 839 0664)

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4. One Canada Square, London 

Waffles and ice cream for those with a sweet tooth

For just £20, tee up refills of Bloody Marys, mimosas, prosecco, beer or wine. Then choose from brunch favourites, such as eggs florentine or waffles and ice cream, as well as more substantial dishes such as the braised lamb shoulder. 

Saturdays from 9am-5pm

No. 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 (020 7559 5199)

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5. Brace & Browns, Bristol 

For a hearty brunch, try the eclectic three-course menu (French Toast and Vegetarian Wellington, anyone?), accompanied by fizz for £34. With a relaxed atmosphere, Brace & Browns may become your go-to when you need the 'hair of the dog' on a Sunday morning. 

Every Saturday, 12pm-3pm

43 Whiteladies Road, Bristol (0117 973 7800)

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6. Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, London 

Enjoy brunch in London's Clerkenwell neighbourhood 

Spend weekend afternoons in Clerkenwell sipping unlimited bellinis (£18), Bloody Marys (£17) or bubbly (£25) to your heart's content. Kick off with drop scones, topped with crispy bacon and maple syrup, pop in a poached egg and muffin, or go for the full works, with a classic fry-up (sausages, eggs, toast, bacon, mushrooms and beans). 

Every Saturday and Sunday, 10am-4pm

42 Northampton Road, London EC1 (020 3174 1156)

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7. Shears Yard, Leeds 

At Shears Yard, Aperol Spritz is a brunch favourite 

Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Shears Yard as you tuck into a brunch dish (for instance, a bacon and egg croissant) and mix and match ales with Aperol Spritz - all for £25. Our favourite drink on the list is the English 75 - a British take on the French 75, with elderflower and mint, apple and cucumber juice and prosecco. 

Every Saturday, 11am-2.30pm

11-15 Wharf Street, The Calls, Leeds, LS2 7EH (0113 2444 144)

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8. New Street Grill, London 

More prosecco, anyone? 

If you have two main courses (a trio of Jersey rock oysters followed by a beef burger, for instance), you can sip prosecco for your entire meal for £15. The staff are attentive and there is a cosy, convivial atmosphere - essential for a boozy brunch.

Every Saturday, 11am-4pm

16 New Street, London EC2 (020 3503 0785)

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9. Avenue Restaurant, London 

The diverse menu at Avenue caters for anyone who's trying to be healthy - as well as those who have embraced their 'cheat day' (just look at the stack of pancakes if you need temptation). Opt for two courses for £25.50 - coconut yoghurt, followed by a spiced short rib hash, for instance - or treat yourself to a three-course meal for £28.50 (because you can't miss the hazelnut and spiced orange cheesecake for dessert). If you still have room, add bottomless bubbles or Bloody Marys for an additional £18.

Every Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm

7-9 St James's Street, London SW1 (020 7321 2111)

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10. Indigo Yard, Edinburgh

Not bottomless, but certainly boozy 

It's not completely bottomless, but the Indigo Yard brunch is certainly boozy. For just £20, you can drink either two Bloody Marys or half a bottle of prosecco as you dig into their delicious menu. Our favourite dish is the Indigo Yard Breakfast - a classic fry-up with a Scottish twist, as it includes haggis and black pudding.

Every Saturday and Sunday 8am-5pm; Monday-Friday 8am-12pm

7 Charlotte Lane, Edinburgh (0131 220 5603)

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11. Drink, Shop & Do, London

With a more healthy take on the humble boozy brunch, Drink, Shop and Do serves endless nutritious bagels for the table to share. Whether you prefer smoked salmon and cream cheese, or roasted red pepper hummus with carrots and paprika, there are enough bagels for everyone to have a handful. As you dig into your meal, absorb the relaxed vibe of the restaurant and help yourself to beer, bubbly and Bloody Marys - all for just £26. 

Every Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6pm

9 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London N1 (020 7278 4335)

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