Bottomless Brunches in Bristol

bottomless brunches in Bristol

Like Ying and Yang, peaches and cream and bread and butter, bottomless and brunch is most definitely one of the best combinations out there! Whether you’re feeling a traditional brunch, or something a bit different, Bristol has plenty of bottomless brunches to offer. If like me there’s nothing you enjoy more on the weekend than good food, a nice drink to destress after a long week and catching up with friends then, these bottomless brunches in Bristol are here to tick all those boxes! 

Brace & Browns

Location: Whiteladies Road 

Times: 12 – 3 PM on Saturdays

Length: Two hours

Price: £32.50

A three-course meal with unlimited prosecco?! Brace & Browns have got the perfect bottomless brunch. In 2017 it underwent some changes, meaning the food was no longer bottomless too, but rather you’d have a three-course meal instead, with the option of six mains, and a selection of starters and sweets to choose from.

I went to Brace & Brown’s for the bottomless brunch a few years back, although I didn’t opt for the bottomless option (mad I know, but I wasn’t a fan of prosecco then!). The tables around us were being topped up constantly, which is exactly what you want! It’s a known place for being booked up in advance, I was one of those people who rang 100 times to get through once! So it’s key to ensure you book in advance.

You can view more here

Harbour & Browns

Location: Whapping Wharf

Times: 12 – 4 PM on Saturdays

Length: Two hours

Price: £32.50

After the success of Brace & Browns, the owners opened a second branch, this time based in Whapping Wharf. The whole concept of the brunch is the same as Brace & Browns, but allows you to a different location and more opportunity to get in if fully booked!

Although the whole set up of the brunch is the same, you have between 12 and 4 PM on Saturdays, compared to 12 – 3 PM at Brace & Browns. 

You can view more here.

The Prince Street Social

Location: Queen Square

Times: 10 AM – 4 PM on Saturdays

Length: Two hours

Price: £28

Not just prosecco, you also have the opportunity to drink as much beer as you like too! Rather than a sit-down meal, at Prince Street Social you’ll have the opportunity to select from the breakfast buffet (which also has a toast station as well as sweets, coffee and juices!). Alongside this you’ll also order a main dish from the menu; dishes include shakshuka and pancakes!

bottomless brunch food at prince street social bristol

Times: 12 – 6 PM on Sundays

Price: £30 

There may be only one thing which is better than brunch, and that’s a roast! Prince Street Social also offer bottomless roasts on Sundays, for £30 per person, you get a full roast dinner, all the trimmings, extra potatoes, and unlimited drinks!

You can find out about both the brunch and roast here

bottomless brunch in Bristol at prince street social
After a few proseccos…!

Steam

Location: Clifton Down

Times: 12 – 3.30 PM

Length: 90 minutes

Price: £28.50

Brunch with a twist, Steam offers a Spanish flavour to the traditional brunch! You’ll have the option to choose from two tapas dishes; veggie or mixed. With the likes of patatas bravas, chorizo and pita breads in sight. After indulging in some traditional Spanish cuisine, you’ll finish with some churros and of course all is washed down with bubbles!

You can book here.

Quay Street Diner

Location: Quay Street

Times: 9 AM – 4 PM on Saturdays, all day Sundays

Length: 90 minutes

Price: £15 for bottomless drinks plus your brunch option

With the option of the brunch classics as well as some dishes with a Cali twist, there will be something for all! I’d recommend the fried chicken waffles with maple syrup! You select your favourite brunch dish and then add £15 onto the price for unlimited prosecco or bloody marys!

You can find out more here.

Quay Street Diner, Bristol

Muiño

Location: Cotham Hill

Times: 10 AM – 1:30 PM on Saturday & Sundays

Length: 90 mins

Price: £32.50

Meaning mill in Gallego, Muiño the family-run Spanish inspired restaurant offers prosecco brunch every weekend, with unlimited food from the breakfast menu, unlimited coffee, juice, and teas as well as of course, unlimited prosecco! 

At least 24 hours’ notice is required, which needs to be done by either call or email! You can find out more here.

Clifton Sausage

Location: Clifton

Times: First Saturday of every month

Length: 90 mins

Price: £19.95

With unlimited prosecco, bucks fizz and bloody marys as well as selecting a yummy brunch dish, Clifton Sausage is new to the brunch scene. With options such as The Clifton Sausage Breakfast and Eggs Chorizo, you’ll get 90 minutes to enjoy!

Only taking place once a month, it’s essential that you book!

Burger Theory

Location: Stephen’s Street

Times: 12 – 5 PM once a month on a Sunday

Length: Two hours

Price: £35

Brunch with a big twist! Picture this, unlimited brut, beer or cider with unlimited slider burgers AND unlimited sides & fries – I mean, as an avid burger lover this sounds like heaven! It’s the next on my list!! 

Ensure to check the websitefor dates and booking!

Pieminister

Location: Broad Quay (there are a few branches in Bristol, but this is the one for bottomless brunch)

Times: Every other Saturday (with the occasional Sunday)

Length: 90 minutes

Price: £20

A pie twist on brunch with the option of a pie filled with brunch goodies, topped with garlic potatoes, kale, tomatoes, and baked beans! As well as your choice of pie, you’ll have unlimited prosecco, bloody marys, mimosas and Aperol Spritz, the perfect way to start a weekend!

You can book here

Lost & Found

Location: Queens Road

Times: 11 AM – 3 PM every Saturday

Length: Two hours

Price: £26

Lost & Found is pretty new to Bristol, but featuring a floral wall (if you know me, you know I’m obsessed!) as well as incredible cocktails, it’s certainly one you’ll want to check out! 

Selecting from a brunch dish such as a breakfast bowl, eggs royale, and buttermilk pancakes just to name a few, paired with unlimited bloody marys, mimosas, bellinis or prosecco! 

You can view the menu and book here.

The Cowshed

Location: Clifton

Times: Either 10 AM – 12 PM or 12:30 – 2:30 PM on Saturdays

Length: Two hours

Price: £27.95

Only introduced in June 2019, The Cowshed gives you bottomless fizz and the option of selecting one dish from six incredible choices. Having a browse at the menu I am loving the sound of the smoked bacon hash with fried duck eggs and rocket and the Scottish cured salmon with dill pancakes!

It’s new, with limited spaces, so it’s essential to book, you can find out more here.

Las Iguanas

Location: Harbourside

Times: 11 AM – 1 PM on Saturday & 11 AM – 3 PM on Sundays

Length: Two hours

Price: £29.95 on Saturdays & £24.95 on Sundays

This was the last bottomless brunch I did in Bristol, with the option of a starter, main and unlimited prosecco or beer. There are some classic Mexican choices such as nachos, burritos, and quesadillas! 

My recommendation would be the Cuban sandwich which I thoroughly enjoyed! You also have the option of adding a dessert too, although, from two courses and bottomless fun, you’ll be full!

You can find out more here

Cuban Sandwich at bottomless brunch in bristol

Vodka Revolution

Location: St. Nicholas Street

Times: Every Saturday & Sunday

Length: Two hours

Price: £25

Fancy a cocktail with your brunch? Vodka Revolution’s brunch option has the opportunity for you to add a bubblegum daiquiri into the mix! Brunch options include bacon & egg waffles, avocado on rye and a brunch grill. 

With the extent amount of cocktails on the menu, you could easily stay after your brunch and taste a few (or more!). 

You can find out more here

And there we have it! I’m now feeling like cracking open a bottle of prosecco with a side of tapas, burgers, and burritos, I don’t know about you! I hope that by compiling a list of the bottomless brunches in Bristol, it’s helped you decide where to head to next. What’s your favourite bottomless brunch in Bristol? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. I so need to get on this hype, as you seem to get quite a lot for your money! I jusrt wish there was more down here! xx

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