Looking to level up your bottomless brunch game in the nation’s capital? From elevated brunch classics to eclectic small plates, London is stacked with world-class brunch options. And the even best part? The bottomless drinks! From endless margaritas to unlimited rum punch, there’s something for everyone. So whether you’re looking to have a long overdue […]
Looking to level up your bottomless brunch game in the nation’s capital? From elevated brunch classics to eclectic small plates, London is stacked with world-class brunch options. And the even best part? The bottomless drinks! From endless margaritas to unlimited rum punch, there’s something for everyone. So whether you’re looking to have a long overdue catch up with friends or a celebratory blow-out, we’ve got your back with our top 10 Bottomless Brunch spots.
1. Salvador and Amanda
Mark your diary for Saturday, as it’s bottomless brunch o’clock at Salvador and Amanda. This Covent Garden establishment will transport you straight to Catalonia! As you step into the Spanish-inspired establishment, you can practically feel the sun on your skin. Enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless drinks, including classic Sangria, Cava, Aperol Spritz, and a selection of fruity bellinis. Alongside your Mediterranean tipples, you’ll be treated to live entertainment and a three-course, tapas-style lunch.
2. Swingers Sunday Set
Tee off with a round of your favourite drinks with the Swingers Sunday Set. If you’re searching for bottomless drinks in London with a twist, you’ve hit a hole in one! We’ve teamed up with Cazcabel Tequila for this bottomless drinks package at Swingers West End. Look forward to 90 minutes of unlimited drinks, a round of crazy golf, and delicious gourmet street food. To top it all off, you’ll have your very own reserved area, as well as a resident DJ on-site to help you get the party started. For drinks, take your pick from tequila cocktails, frozen libations, fizz, wine, beer, and classic spirits. Bottoms up!
3. Darcie and May Green
Drink in unique style at Darcie and May Green. Based in Regents Canal, this canal boat is covered in colourful, custom artwork from British pop art legend Sir Peter Blake. Choose to sit inside, or opt for the upper deck as you soak up the hustle and bustle of the city. This would be just perfect for a summer’s afternoon catching up with friends and loved ones. But what about the drinks? Enjoy bottomless fizz for 90 minutes as part of their weekend bottomless brunch. Expect laidback Australian cuisine with plenty of sweet and savoury dishes on offer.
4. Little Blue Door
Get ready for some lively fun! The award-winning Little Blue Door may appear at first like you’ve got the wrong address, with an interior elegantly designed to make you feel as if you’ve stumbled upon a residential house. But this is where the experience begins! The vibe here is a friendly, welcoming house-share where you’re the house guest. Expect eclectic decor, neon signs and bras hanging above the washing machine. Drinks-wise, LBD’s bottomless brunch offers up 90 minutes of unlimited Prosecco and rum punch. For eats, tuck into all-American fare. We’re tempted by the house pancakes, as well as the legendary savoury crumpet stack. If you’re after somewhere playful and atmospheric, this place hits the nail on the head.
Fuel up on superfoods and fizz at Linnean. This unique location is a beauty clinic, hair salon and restaurant, and sits slap bang in London’s Embassy Gardens. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere filled with light and nature – the perfect place to catch up with friends or unwind with the weekend’s paper. Now, let’s talk booze and brunch. This bottomless brunch in London provides a plant-led menu, and is available all week long. Take your pick from pancakes served with seasonal fruit and chocolate sauce, vegan English breakfast, avocado on toast, and a juicy lentil burger with chips. We’re full and happy just thinking about it.
6. Ma Petite Jamaica
Savour the flavours of the Caribbean at Ma Petite Jamaica. With locations in Shoreditch and Camden, London’s first Caribbean Diner is just the place to try over the weekend. Known for their friendly staff, immaculate vibes and delectable eats, this Jamaican Brunch is not one to miss! Get started with two hours of unlimited tropical Rum punch and Proseccco to the soundtrack of reggae music. Then get stuck into authentic Caribbean dishes. We’re salivating at the very thought of the spiced buttermilk chicken tenders and barbecued pork ribs. Bring a friend or two, and have fun!
7. Amazing Grace
This is church, but not as you know it. Here, you can definitely forgo the Sunday dress code! Amazing Grace is located in a former 17th century Grade-II listed church. It’s since been transformed into a live music venue and street food hub. This unique venue has put an R&B spin on the classic bottomless brunch. Patrons can enjoy North Thailand-inspired dishes whilst listening to classic R&B hits. We’re talking TLC to Mary J. Blige. Booze-wise, get your chops round bottomless rum punch for an hour, and then get ready to hit up the dance floor for an afternoon boogie.
8. Canova Hall
Find all things boozy and boujee at the Brixton-based Canova Hall. For award-winning bottomless cocktails in London, you’ve come to the right place. Enjoy two hours of free-flowing tipples whilst taking in stylish vintage and rustic decor. Take your pick from canova rum punch, white and pink fizz and let’s go! For something a little bit extra, opt for a Make-Your-Own Bubbly Cocktail Tray. Think of this as grown-up, drinkable crafting – a fantastic activity to share with friends or a date (wink wink). You’ll be provided everything you need to make some fruity cocktails, including mimosas, kir royales and bellinis. Then choose from an extensive brunch menu that includes classic favourites, along with pizzas, sides and doughnuts. Yum!
9. Lantana Cafe
Casual and comfortable, Lantana Cafe Shoreditch is the destination for relaxed weekend drinking. If you’re looking for somewhere for a chilled-out catch up with friends over drinks and food, Lantana fits the bill. But what’s available? The Lantana Blowout brunch includes 90 minutes of unlimited Prosecco or mimosas, with a brunch item of your choice. Browse through a menu inspired by Australia’s multicultural cuisines – the Big Bubble Benedict looks particularly tasty! For non-drinkers and designated drivers, the Hold the Booze option swaps alcohol for free-flowing coffee and juices.
10. M Canary Wharf
How about unlimited drinks with amazing views? The glamorous M Canary Wharf is located in the Newfoundland Quay tower, and provides stunning vistas of the River Thames and Canary Wharf. Sit down, relax and watch London go by whilst enjoying Le Brunch. Not only does this include 90 minutes of unlimited Maison Mirabeau drinks, but guests can also choose any two dishes from the provencal-inspired menu. Upgrade £15 for free-flowing cocktails or, for very special occasions, pay £40 for Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label.
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