Adapting to the new normal also means finding new hobbies.
Whilst tucking into poached eggs with a mimosa in hand might not be a ‘new’ hobby to many of you, hopefully this guide will introduce you to some new places. With no option of having a ‘proper’ night out for the near future, 11am seems to be the new 11pm. Food and unlimited drinks – there really is no better combination. An internal competition of how much prosecco you can drink in 2 hours and afternoon’s only made possible by having a pack of emergency Rennies. Whether you’re looking for a classic bottomless brunch, a bottomless brunch ‘lunch’ or something different, this guide will certainly inspire you.
All Bottomless brunches listed are between £25 and £35 per person.
Albert’s have introduced their brand new Bottomless Bavarian Brunch. Taking place on weekends, the menu changes depending on whether you’re visiting on a Saturday or Sunday. You can expect either bottomless brats and fries or bottomless Haus scouse with of course unlimited drinks. They also have unlimited espresso martinis. What could be better?
Address: 16 Hanover St, Liverpool L1 4AA
The Brunch Club
How could we write the Ultimate Bottomless Brunch Guide without including THE Brunch restaurant? The Brunch Club on Duke Street is a popular choice and their bottomless brunch includes the choice of two brunch platters giving you the chance to try miniature versions of their much-loved dishes. It is available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday with two sittings at 3pm and 5pm.
Address: 37-41 Duke St, Liverpool L1 5AP
East River on Allerton Road takes its inspiration from New York’s lower east side. Their menu serves up unique takes on classic dishes, and of course lots of bagel variations. Their bottomless brunch includes one of their unique breakfast trays or brunch dishes with unlimited Prosecco or four selected cocktails.
Address: 103 Allerton Rd, Liverpool L18 2DD
Based in the EPIC hotel on Seel Street, Mason’s have launched their Bottomless Brunch with takes on classic dishes as well as new ones such as their Hangover Hash and Pulled Pork Doughnuts. Their breakfast PB&J also deserves a mention here.
Address: 42 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4AU
The Baltic Social
You’ll probably recognise the Baltic Social for their Punk Afternoon Tea and Hangover Breakfast Boxes. Their bottomless brunch is so special it only happens once a month so it goes without saying that you need to book in advance.
Address: 27 Parliament St, Liverpool L8 5RN
From their roots serving our favourite halloumi fries in the Baltic Market, Hafla Hafla have gone from strength to strength. Their bottomless brunch menu is nothing short of delicious, taking inspiration from the Middle East with favourites such as Shakshuka. Choose any brunch dish plus bottomless drinks for 90 minutes.
Address: 73 Lark Ln, Liverpool L17 8UP
You will have heard of Liberte as being best known for its amazing rooftop bar and restaurant in an iconic location opposite the Three Graces. If you’re looking to celebrate a belated lockdown birthday or just want to treat yourself, this is the perfect place. You can also upgrade to a Champagne bottomless brunch if you wish.
Address: 50 Brunswick St, Liverpool L2 0PL
Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery
Ma Boyle’s is something of a Liverpool institution. Their bottomless brunch includes unlimited drinks plus any brunch dish from their menu and is available seven days a week. Booking is most definitely advised.
Address: Tower Bldg, 7 Tower Gardens, Liverpool L3 1LG
El Gato Negro
We couldn’t write this guide without including a Spanish-Esque Brunch. El Gato Negro has recently launched its bottomless brunch menu. If their tapas is anything to go by, this will be a very popular choice. You can add unlimited drink refills to your meal, or choose any two main brunch dishes and unlimited Tipsy Tapas drinks.
Address: Unit 2, Walker House Exchange Flags, Liverpool L2 3YL
Castle Street Townhouse
Castle Street Townhouse is another favourite, best known for its all-day dining menus. Their bottomless brunch is more of a bottomless lunch menu, including classic dishes. Like Ma Boyle’s, it runs seven days a week.
Address: 25-27 Castle St, Liverpool L2 4TA
One of Liverpool’s longest-running bottomless brunches, Panam is a well-loved favourite. Their menu includes a Breakfast-style sharing platter followed by a main course, so you really get the best of both. Perfect if you can’t decide what you fancy.
Address: Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD
Lu Ban’s bottomless brunch is definitely not your usual affair. However, it is nothing short of amazing. Their bottomless brunch includes a rotational and continual selection of dim-sum dishes as well as bottomless drinks including cocktails, beer or a choice of wines. If you are looking for something different, this is it.
Address: Cains Brewery Village, Stanhope St, Liverpool L8 5XJ
Jimmy’s have launched their bottomless brunch every Saturday including one main and unlimited drinks with option to purchase extra mains. They even have unlimited Pornstar Martinis so how could we say no? If it is anything like their bottomless Sunday roast, it definitely needs to be on your list on places to try.
Address: 130 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4JA