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Bottomless Brunches in Brighton
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Everyone loves a good brunch, and adding free-flowing prosecco is just a genius idea. Add to that a group of your BFF’s and karaoke… could it get much better? According to The Independent, Lucky Voice’s version of bottomless brunch is ‘the most fun ever’. Guests can enjoy two hours of bottomless bagels, rum punch and bubbles, as well as an array of fun party shenanigans led by a professional master of revels. Not forgetting a private karaoke booth for an hours worth of unashamed silliness.
Bottomless mimosas served alongside a brunch menu inside arguably the most stunning venue in Brighton, count us in! The much-loved Redroaster is now serving bottomless brunch from Friday through to Sunday for just £26.95. Choose from a selection of bottomless mimosas, spritz’ and bellinis (for 1.5 hours) alongside a unique brunch menu featuring dishes such as a Northen Thai curry or breakfast tacos! Do book in advance as this a popular choice.
Hanover favourite and place of breakfast hash dreams, Starfish and Coffee, offer a bottomless brunch to be reckoned with. For £25pp, guests can get their hands on pastries to share served to the table, one breakfast item of choice from the menu and unlimited prosecco, blood orange Mimosas or a non-alcoholic alternative. There is an option to pimp up your brunch with side dishes if you wish too, which is a plus given how tasty the house baked beans are.
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.
The Mesmerist is an iconic venue in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes. Boasting a killer menu, a 70’s inspired cocktail bar and one of Brighton’s best rooftop terraces, The Mesmerist can do no wrong. Adding to the equation, a new boozy bottomless brunch promises endless bloody marys and mimosas alongside some delicious sounding brunch dishes between 11am-1pm on a Saturday.
A bottomless brunch is a great way to start a party or have a fun catch up with friends; but if you really want to make an impression it has to be the effortlessly stylish, multi-award winning Restaurant at Drakes. Choose between one and three courses of food that has been awarded The Good Food Guide’s highest score every year since 2009 and mix gently with unlimited Bloody Marys or Prosecco, for a slow cruise into an afternoon of unadulterated excellence and decadence.
Ghyll Manor near Horsham is a beautiful 17th Century house, serving as a hotel and restaurant. At the weekends a bottomless prosecco brunch is served between 12.30 and 2.30, a wonderful experience, especially on sunny days when brunch can be enjoyed in overlooking the idyllic gardens. Traditional brunch dishes are served including eggs Benedict, and waffles with choices of toppings.
The Brasserie at Malmaison serves up a glorious two-hour bottomless brunch with two hours of free-flowing prosecco, Heineken or Aperol Spritz Monday-Saturday (summer months only, only Saturday during autumn, winter and spring). The brunch offering ranges from a Full English Breakfast to more lunch end items such as burgers. With splendid views over Brighton Marina and outdoor decking for warmer days, Chez Mal’s bottomless brunch is a sure-fire way to live out that yacht club lifestyle fantasy (without having to own a yacht).
The West Hill Tavern is now well established in Brighton for a couple of reasons, their ‘out of this world’ pizzas and their banging booze offering. Why not combine the two we hear you ask? The Brightonians spoke and The West Hill Tavern listened, offering a specially designed brunch pizza menu alongside unlimited seasonal mimosa’s, Bloody Marys and Prosecco (for 1.5 hours). Yes please!
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.
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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