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Bottomless Brunches in Brighton

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Long has The Black Lion been a destination for nighttime revelry, but why wait? The Black Lion Bottomless Brunch is two hours of unlimited Bloody Marys, Mimosas or Laine Co Beer. Keep your land legs with a three-course brunch of kedgeree, croquettes and pancakes, with meat, fish and vegan options on each (except the pancakes pudding, no meat or fish!). 90s classics will keep you toe tapping as you sip and chew with your brunching crew. Booking slots are from 10.30 am every Saturday, advanced booking is essential. 

Slow and Low Smokehouse, who runs the kitchen at The Bronze in Kemptown, has curated an outstanding bottomless brunch offering that showcases their outstanding kitchen concept. The dishes are packed with rich smoky flavours, ingredients are fit for a king and presented in generous portions, with mouthwatering aromas. On the drink side of things, The Bronze bar provides you with the option of either bottomless fizz, Paulaner(german larger), Arise (Sussex Pale ale) and cider or bottomless cocktails mimosa’s, bloody Marys. This union of culinary excellence is one that we have been pretty excited about for a while.

Why wait ’til the weekend when the much-loved Redroaster now serve serve bottomless brunch every day. Choose from a selection of bottomless mimosas, spritz’ and bellinis to be supped over 90 minutes alongside a unique brunch menu featuring dishes such as a Northern Thai curry or breakfast tacos! Stylish interiors and a covered green oasis out back make this a superb brunch spot in which to be seen! Booking in advance is strongly advised as this tends to sell out.

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Fancy a fiesta between breakfast and lunch? That will be a bottomless brunch at Tapas Revolution on North Street your after then! Available every Saturday and Sunday between 11am and 2.30pm, you’ll enjoy three tapas dishes and free-flowing sangria or house red or white wine for a full hour and a half of indulgence – Spanish style. Advance booking is essential.

The Mesmerist keep their bottomless brunch classic with a superb selection of breakfasty plates to set you right for the weekend. Pick from Full English or Full Vegan, hashes, waffles and spicy huevors washed down with a lavish two hours of free flowing mimosas or bloody Mary. Bottomless brunch is served from 11 am – 3 pm every Saturday, view the menu here. And if you missed your chance on Saturday why not try The Mesmerist’s bottomless Funday Roasts! 

Socialite Restaurant and Bar in the Lanes hosts brunch parties on a frequent basis, although brunch isn’t permanently on the menu. Socialite is all about top quality food and drink in a setting that’s stylish and luxurious. Socializing and celebrating go hand in hand with a bottomless brunch and you can really make it something special at Socialite with their unlimited Champagne or Prosecco options. Keep an eye on Socialite’s social media for updates on the next bottomless brunch party.

In collaboration with the Great British Charcuterie, pizza pub The West Hill Tavern serves Bottomless brunch every Saturday from midday till 3 pm. You will be able to enjoy any flavourful brunch pizzas and 1.5 hours of bottomless seasonal mimosas or Prosecco cocktails for £25.

For classic Brighton glamour head to The Met Bar and Terrace at the Hilton Metropole on the seafront, directly facing the West Pier. Their bottomless brunch is available every day between 10.30am and 5pm and you get two sumptuous courses with endless Prosecco or Bloody Marys with a feisty horseradish kick. 

A well known afternoon tea institution in Brighton, Metrodeco offers an array of menus to suit everyones tastes. For those partial to something stronger than a mint tea, go for the cocktail brunch available to groups of 6 or more. On the cards is a selection of hot dishes which are accompanied by a selection of mini pastries, a tea or coffee and orange juice. Then choose from the selection of Breakfast Cocktails.

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Ohso Social are raising the dead this Halloween with a day of the dead bottomless brunch special. Unlimited booze, draft beers and of course no bottomless brunch would be complete without prosecco on tap. Or, upgrade to the cocktail supreme package and indulge on the Mexican meets Halloween inspired cocktails. The brunch menu features favourite midmorning dishes, like; the traditional English fry up, meat and veggie burgers.

This is available for 30-31st October 2021.


Bottomless Brunch at Libation Bar and Eatery comes from the esteemed kitchen of Russell Tisbury. Enjoy free flowing Belstar Prosecco or bottled Sol or Heineken beer for 90 minutes of leisurely brunching. The menu is big on classics, eggs, BLTs and pancakes. The east facing outdoor seating and side-street location makes this a nice spot for keeping it lazy. 

Bottomless brunch, Argentine style. Brightonians in the know will know that Cafe Malbec is the place to visit for a true taste of Argentina. They serve empanadas and charcuterie boards to die for, along with brilliant South American wines. New to their offering is a bottomless brunch, which in true Cafe Malbec style showcases the food it knows best, giving this bottomless brunch a point of difference. Enjoy bottomless fizz for two hours by adding £19 to your brunch dish, or £25 for bottomless cocktails.

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Situated north of Hurstpierpoint The Sportsman pub in Goddards Green has been serving great food and real ales to the heart of West Sussex for some time. Bottomless brunch is available at just £20 per head on Thursdays to Saturday from 10am. Bottomless mimosas or prosecco are free-flowing with a range of classic brunch dishes. Booking is essential.

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