The ultimate Guide to Liverpool’s Bottomless Brunch scene
2 years ago
Liverpool is officially opening back up and with plenty of missed celebrations to catch up on, why not start your day with a bottomless brunch?
There are a ton of options in Liverpool City Centre, making it the perfect location for choosing a bottomless brunch that suits you.
Bottomless brunches come in all shapes and sizes, but generally allow you to indulge in delicious food and unlimited drinks.
Each bottomless brunch listed is £25-£35 per person and lasts from 90 minutes to a full 2 hours.
This guide will help you to choose where to go for your next bottomless brunch, whether you are a newbie, or a self-proclaimed expert.
The Alchemist on Brunswick Street have two options for what they call their ‘Boundless Brunch’.
For just £25 you can get three cocktails with your brunch dish, or for £10 extra, you can have unlimited cocktails for 90 minutes.
Their dishes include all the brunch staples, as well as ‘Wings & Waffles’ and veggie options, and is served from 1am-2pm Saturday and Sunday.
They said: “We treat the brunches on a weekend as a way for guests to enjoy a home away from home in a luxury setting.
“The cocktails are a crowd pleaser, as most bottomless brunches seem to only push prosecco.”
To book, head here.
You can find Las Iguanas on Paradise Street where they serve their Bottomless Brunch menu seven days a week for £29.95.
Their brunch includes a starter and a main dish and unlimited ‘bubbles or beer’ for 90 minutes.
For an extra £5 Thursday to Saturday, you can upgrade to bottomless cocktails, or upgrade for free by going Sunday to Wednesday.
Their boldly spiced Latin American food is cooked from scratch and includes a Breakfast Burrito or Cheese and Mango Empanadas.
They said: “Life is better when it’s bottomless!”
Find out more here.
Tempest on Tithebarn
Tempest on Tithebarn have unlimited cocktails, Tank Bier and Somersby Cider for 90 minutes, alongside a choice of breakfast dish.
Their ‘Bottomless Brunch’ costs £35 and is available Saturdays 10am-4pm and Sundays 10am-5pm.
They said: “A new kid on the block, Tempest on Tithebarn opened in May and is a slice of New York’s meatpacking district.
“Tempest brunches represent great value for money and allow you to brunch right through Sunday for those late-risers.”
Book through their website here.
Veggie Republic offer any three plates from the menu and unlimited beer, wine, prosecco, spirits, and a choice of two cocktails.
You can find them on Cook Street and for £35 you get a full 2 hours between 1pm-3pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
However, you will have to wait until 24th July when they officially launch their ‘Bottomless Brunch’!
They said: “The best thing about our bottomless brunch is that it’s all vegan and you have a choice of around 50 dishes from all over the world.”
Book your table here.
If breakfast dishes are not your thing, Crazy Pedros on Parr Street, could be what you’re looking for.
For only £25 you get unlimited slices of pizza, frozen margaritas, hooch, hard seltzers, prosecco and beer for 90 minutes.
Open 7 days a week, you can choose your pizza from their ‘slices of the day’ from 12pm-10pm and from 11am on Saturdays and Sundays.
They said: “You can get all the gang together and combine everyone’s favourite things – pizza and booze until your heart’s content.
“It’s a very sociable thing and the fact it’s a great deal obviously helps!”
Find out more by clicking here.
Find Masons’ ‘Bottomless Brunch’ on Seel Street for £30 on Friday and £35 on Saturdays.
They offer 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas, prosecco wine and beer alongside everything on the menu from the Brunch Burger to Halloumi Flatbreads.
They said: “Masons’ combination of good vibes, great music, endless Instagram opportunities, mouth-watering food and tantalising drinks makes its offering one that simply cannot be missed!
“What’s better than one glass of prosecco and a delicious meal? Unlimited drinks!”
Book your seat through their website, here.
Yard and Coop
Yard and Coop on Hanover Street give you the option for any brunch item and bottomless prosecco.
They charge just £25 for their bottomless brunch which includes dishes like Chicken Pancakes, Chicken and Waffles, and a Veggie Tacro.
Their brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday for the full 90 minute sitting.
They also have themed brunches for those who love Disney, The Greatest Showman, or fancy dress, for just £30 per person.
They said: “They are the all time fave for girls or lads days out – who wouldn’t want a chicken feast with tons of prosecco?”
To see what is on offer and book, head here.
Ma Boyle’s Alehouse & Eatery
The original ‘Bottomless Brunch’; Ma Boyle’s Alehouse & Eatery in Tower Gardens is £35 for 90 minutes of unlimited drinks and a brunch dish.
They say they started the trend in Liverpool back in 2016 with prosecco only brunches.
However, their brunches now also include Gin Spritz, Bellini’s, Mimosas, cider and Ma’s Queen of Liverpool Pilsner.
They are open Monday to Friday from 12pm-2pm, Saturday from 10am-3pm and Sunday from 10am-1pm.
They said: “Always evolving, Ma’s brunches now include a huge variety of drinks – and is incredibly busy.
“People return to Ma’s for the fabulous food, great service and gorgeous drinks.”
Book via their website here.