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Bottomless Brunches in Brighton
Bottomless Brunch Brighton doesn’t get any better than this. Choose from a selection of bottomless mimosas, spritz’ and bellinis to be supped over 90 minutes alongside a unique Brighton brunch menu featuring dishes such as Northern Thai curry or their Brighton 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 at Lucky Khao is strongly advised as this tends to sell out.
The Mesmerist keep their bottomless brunch classic with a superb selection of breakfasty plates to set you right for the weekend. Located in the historic Brighton Lanes pick from loaded pancakes, avocado on toast and bagels with delicious toppings. Pair your brunch with prosecco, beer or your favourite cocktail. View the menu here.
The Metropole Bar has to be one of the most glamorous locations for a bottomless brunch in the city. Available from 13:00 to 16:00, the menu offers you a choice of fresh, brunch dishes including poached chalk trout, pastrami focaccia or potato scones with avocado, all served with 90 minutes of free-flowing prosecco or beer. There are also delicious desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. One Saturday morning every month, the bar is given over to The Metropole’s dazzling Drag Cabaret which is free for all brunchers, drinkers and diners to enjoy. Bobby-dazzler brunch!
When you’re looking for a bottomless brunch, The New Club on Brighton’s seafront has to be on your list. Not only is it in a prime location, with a view of the beach, but the food is excellent too! For £35 per head you can choose between unlimited refills of Bloody Mary or Prosecco along with any item from their ‘Morning Glory’ brunch menu. The menu features delicious dishes of baked eggs, pancakes, benedicts, English breakfasts and lots more. Available from 3pm Weds-Sat and until 12pm Sundays.
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 Brighton pizzas, and 1.5 hours of bottomless seasonal mimosas or Prosecco cocktails for £27.50. This is a Brighton pub well known for its hospitality, a great range of drinks and ideal if you are arriving in Brighton by train, so you can hop straight into this place. What a great idea!
Rum Kitchen is offering a fantastic bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday until 4pm, and Friday evenings from 5pm, last orders at 7pm. Enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited beer, Prosecco and free flowing cocktails which use their specialist rums. Choose from the two course menu of freshly prepared Caribbean dishes – from the signature jerk wings or sweetcorn fritters, to the curried mutton or T&T chickpea curry. Priced at £34.95 pp or £39.95 with unlimited beer or Prosecco. Whether you’re looking for a casual brunch or somewhere to start your evening – this unique bottomless brunch is one to try!
The award winning cafe Moksha is enlivening its already excellent offering by adding the bottomless alternative to their Brighton weekend brunches. The cafe is well known for serving an outstanding selection of brunch dishes that satisfy every appetite and now from 10 AM to 2:30 PM each weekend you’ll have the added benefit of selecting anything from the brunch menu and spicing it up with unlimited cocktails and prosecco.
Hove Bottomless Brunches
Join in with the Brighton bottomless brunch at Baked. Idyllically located on the sunny corner of Church Street, a Hove cafe. Baked offers a top game when it comes to fabulous brunches and makes them fizz with a generous offering of a bottle of prosecco per person for only £25 per head! Food-wise you can expect a tantalising selection of dishes ranging from stacked pancakes to Benedicts and an assortment of eggs. Bottomless brunch is available seven days a week after 11am.
Add a supplement to any fantastic LatinoAmerica brunch and you have unlimited Prosecco for one and half hours. LatinoAmerica is the first Argentinian restaurant in Sussex so expect something quite different here. South American specialities, a warm welcome and plenty of different dishes to try. Open Wednesday to Saturday 11-3pm, then Sunday 12-4pm for brunch. Here you can savour a taste of Argentina with their outstanding empanadas, a Lomito steak sandwich with their authentic cuts of Argentine beef, the El Classico breakfast, pancakes and much more.
Enjoy free-flowing Bella Giuliana 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 at this Hove pub.
Bottomless Brunch in Sussex
Situated north of Hurstpierpoint, The Sportsman Sussex pub in Goddards Green has been serving great food and real ales to the heart of West Sussex for some time. Their Brighton bottomless brunch is available at just £20 per head on Thursdays to Saturday from 10 am. Bottomless mimosas or prosecco are free-flowing with a range of classic brunch dishes. Booking is essential. Why not combine it with a Sussex walk.
Bottomless brunch is a reason to celebrate as it is a special occasion event where the unlimited alcohol makes it feel like a party occasion and Brighton is great for a party. Brighton boasts many bottomless brunches by the sea, so where better to celebrate than close to the waters edge with plenty of excellent restaurants, pubs and cafes? You may also wish to check out the award winning BRAVO brunches in 2023.
A bottomless brunch in Brighton can be anything from 1.5 – 2.5 hours of free flowing drinking (cocktails, bubbles, wine or beer), accompanied by a set number of courses. Prices are typically £20-£30 and popular venues include Redroaster, The Mesmerist, Baked, Libation, Rum Kitchen, Moksha and The West Hill Tavern.