The only way to celebrate the end of lockdown is some bottomless brunching. And you know what that means? Limitless cocktails and some yummy tasting food.
From today, we can head inside to eat and fill up on endless prosecco with up to six of our besties. Then from 21 June all restrictions will be lifted *finger’s crossed*. And trust us to say that we’re counting down the days.
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glass bottle of prosecco.
The best bottomless brunches that you have to book…
Where: Floor 37-39, 40 Marsh Wall, Canary Wharf London E149TP
If you’re looking for a bottomless brunch with breath-taking views, you should book in at Bokan. The restaurant delivers a 360-degree view over London’s skyline from the 37th floor, so it’s a perfect spot for a special occasion. As well as the views, the food is on another level. Think grilled duck breast, flat iron steak and delicious, sweet treats. Two hours, three courses and full-flowing prosecco will only set you back £52.
Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings
Where: 42 Northampton Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R 0HU
Bourne & Hollingsworth is one of the most Insta-friendly brunch spots in London. The place is filled with rattan furniture, floral fabrics, white bricks and plants galore. Their weekend brunches are opening up again from Wednesday 22 May, so if you’ve taken a fancy to this place be quick to place your booking. The Bottomless Brunch package is priced at £37 for two courses with a tea or coffee and endless bloody Marys and Bellinis.
Where: Swingers West End – 15 John Prince’s Street, London W1G 0AB
Swingers City – 8 Brown’s Building, London EC3A 8AL
Looking for somewhere more adventurous than your typical bottomless brunch location? Swingers, the epic crazy golf hangout you may have seen floating around Instagram, have the ultimate bottomless drinks package – who doesn’t love free-flowing alcohol and a tipsy round of golf? We know this year has been tough, so leave your troubles at the door and head to one of the two Swingers locations for their new bottomless booze experience.
The ‘All Set’ package is priced at £65 per person and includes a reserved area, crazy golf, street food, mouth-watering desserts and two hours of endless frozen cocktails mixers, house spirits, wine, prosecco and beer. The décor is certainly Instagram-worthy, and you’ll have a right laugh, especially after a few porn star martinis.
The Chapel Bar
Where: 29 Penton Street, Islington, London N1 9PX
Arenella is an autumnal alfresco terrace at The Chapel Bar in the centre of Islington where you can enjoy a bottomless brunch for two hours every weekend from 12pm-9pm. The lunch includes two courses with unlimited spritzes or prosecco for £35. If you’re feeling extra fancy you can upgrade to endless Champagne for £69 per person.
Where: 5 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central, London W2 6PY
Pergola is giving us our fix of summer vibes right now. The plant-packed rooftop with multiple bookable benches is the ideal place to reunite with your group of six. On Sundays you can get bottomless Aperol Spritzes and prosecco for three hours for only £30. Plus, there’s an abundance of delectable brunch treats to tuck into the traders at this street food market. Pergola is a popular restaurant, so make sure to get your reservation quickly.
Where: 118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NW
COYA in Mayfair now offers a bottomless brunch that you won’t want to miss! Just a short walk away from Green Park tube station, the modern Peruvian restaurant serves an immersive bottomless brunch between 12pm-4pm depending on the type of brunch. Your experience will include live entertainment and Latina energy to start off the weekend, all to the tune of resident DJs, dancers and live performances over three hours.
The brunch is priced at £150 per person for bottomless Pisco Sours, Bloody Marys, Tommy Margaritas, Mojitos, London Mules, wines, beers, house spirits and Veuve Clicquot Champagne. The experience also stretches to bottomless Veuve Clicquot Champagne until 3pm, service at your table throughout the experience and a dessert platter.
Where: 185 Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 6AB
Issho-Ni is the place to be on Saturdays from 12pm-3:30pm as their bottomless brunch is a Japanese cuisine lover’s dream. For just £42, you’ll get unlimited starters (edamame and wasabi peas), unlimited sashimi (salmon and seabass), unlimited maki rolls (veggie and salmon avocado), a main and endless prosecco or ‘Bloody Geisha’ (essentially vodka, tomato juice and a Japanese spice mix). But, if you’re not planning on ordering any alcohol, it would only cost you £30.
Mac & Wild
Where: 65 Great Titchfield Street, London W1W 7PS & 9A Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YN
Mac & Wild on Great Titchfield Street and Devonshire Square restaurant will reopen today with indoor and outdoor seating. they are all about Scottish grub at Mac & Wild; Dirty Scottish breakfast bap (Lorne sausage, caramelised onions, fried hen’s egg, bacon, black pudding and tattie scone), a full Scottish breakfast (venison sausage, tattie scones, bone marrow beans, black pudding etc) and there’s even a veggie haggis burger on the menu. but you want to know the best part? A bottomless weekend brunch comes in at only £21 per person with endless brunch cocktails and prosecco.
They are planning to open a little sooner to test out their new menus, so keep an eye on their socials if you want to see a sneak peak of what’s to come.
Where: 1 Ropemaker Street, London EC2Y 9AW
With a wide choice of prosecco, mimosas or Bloody Mary’s, brunchers have up to two hours to dine on the likes of cheeseburger hash, vegan chilaquiles and pork belly. Bottomless brunch on Saturday is served between 10am to 7:30pm on a Saturday, then 12pm to 5:30pm on a Sunday and all of this comes to £35.
Where: 75-77 Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AP
Make your way over to Bon Vivant on Marchmont Street for ‘drunch’. Either this can stand for ‘dinner, breakfast and lunch’ or a ‘drunk lunch’, depending on how you like to see it. There’s the option to wash down the likes of pancakes, burgers and pastries with prosecco, mimosas or bellinis. This comes to the total of £24.95 with a minimum spend of £10 per person.
Jones & Sons
Where: Stamford Works, 3 Gillett Street, Dalston, London N16 8JH
For only £45 each, you and your BFFs can sip on Buck’s Fizz, Alcohol iced teas, bloody Mary’s or prosecco. In terms of the food on offer, think full English, avocado on toast and Belgian waffles with banana, toffee and honeycomb ice cream, just to name a small selection. If you’re not feeling the alcohol route, Jones & Sons offer food plus tea, coffee, juice, virgin Mary’s for £32.
Where: 61-67 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3HU
Barboun brings their guests ninety minutes of endless champagne for just £33 per person. Brunch at Barboun Shoreditch showcases the rich and vibrant history of the Levant (Eastern Mediterranean region of Western Asia) with flavoursome takes on weekend classics, and brunch cocktails that take cues from exotic eastern Mediterranean spices and flavours.