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10 Of The Best Bottomless Boozy Brunches To Try In Bristol

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer

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Bottomless booze + brunch = a weekend done right.

Weekend brunches are back and we’ve greeted them with a warm, welcoming embrace. However, bottomless brunch is always a strong contender for a catch up, particularly if you want to make the most out of your money while getting a little bit tipsy. In other words, brunch just got a lot better. We’ve put together the ultimate guide to bottomless brunch in Bristol, so you can spend less time researching and more time summoning a refill! Prosecco, please!

1. Koocha Mezze Bar

Top plant-based Bristol restaurant recently announced it is going boozy, and we couldn’t be happier. The Persian-inspired restaurant will be serving brunch dishes such as traditional shakshuka with vegan fried egg served with toast; spinach and egg muffins with melted cheese and hash browns inside; cream cheese and avocado bagels; and bandari muffins (breakfast muffins stuffed with a smoky tomato and red pepper hot dog mix and vegan scrambled egg). And it’s not a bad price either as you can enjoy Koocha Mezze’s bottomless brunch for £20 with unlimited prosecco between the hours of 11am and 1pm Monday to Friday, and 10am and 1pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Koocha Mezze Bar, 203B Cheltenham Road, BS6 5QX

2. The Lost and Found

Putting the booze in “boozy brunch”, The Lost and Found provides up to two hours of bottomless fun with drink options including Prosecco, Bloody Marys, Aperol Spritz, and Mimosas to mix between. Served every Saturday between 11am and 3pm, guests can choose from traditional brunch options such as egg dishes and smashed avocado on sourdough toast. If you’re feeling peckish, there’s also a £5 upgrade option to upgrade your brunch to add buttermilk pancakes with poached berries, chocolate sauce and roasted hazelnuts. The brunch comes in at just £28 per person and must be booked in advance.

The Lost and Found, 85 Queens Road, BS8 1QS

3. Aqua

Feeling fancy? Aqua is a sophisticated and stylish spot found on both Whiteladies Road and Welshback for you to enjoy bottomless brunch served with free flowing fizz, Bloody Mary, beer or Bellini. However, the nautical-style restaurant doesn’t just serve up one course, but offers two courses as part of their bottomless brunch menu. Choose from the likes of Aqua’s breakfast (veggie option available), Eggs Benedict, Eggs Royale or burger and chips, followed by pancakes. Better get those stretchy pants ready! Plus, Aqua that delivers filling plates from 9.30am til 4pm every Saturday, meaning early risers (or those wanting a head start on day drinking) and lie-in lovers can all get involved in this one. And if you fancy a change of scenery and want some sea air to go with that bottomless brunch, you can also tuck into toast and sip on fizz at their Portishead branch.

Aqua, 153 Whiteladies Road, BS8 2RF

Welshback, Harbourside, BS1 4RR

Spinnaker, Harbour Road, Portishead, BS20 7AW

4. The Florist

One of Bristol’s most Instagrammable restaurants, The Florist serves up an array of sweet and savoury dishes for bottomless brunch guests to enjoy. From pancakes and Nutella and Biscoff triple-layered French toast to a full English breakfast and smashed avocado with poached eggs, you may find it hard to pick your dish. Unlimited drinks are available for 90 minutes, with options including Aperol Spritz or prosecco by the glass. Brunch is available on Saturday and Sundays, 10am to 12.30pm, and costs £27.50 per person.

The Florist, 69 Park Street, BS1 5PB

5. Quay Street Diner

Quay Street Diner is one of few Bristol restaurants offering bottomless brunch everyday of the week, and the price ain’t too shabby either. For £15 per person (excluding food), guests can enjoy bottomless prosecco for 90 minutes alongside some comforting brunch dishes. Savour on the likes of fried buttermilk chicken and waffles, Quay Street Diner’s breakfast burger with a hash brown inside, Huevos Rancheros or pancakes drenched in maple syrup. Plus, if you need to soak up some of that prosecco you can even throw in some extra hash browns to make the ultimate bottomless brunch- go on treat yourself!

Quay Street Diner, No.2 Quay Street, BS1 2JL

6. Brace and Browns

Whiteladies Road in Clifton seems to be quite the brunch haven! Brace and Browns’ bottomless brunch menu offers a selection of tasters from their chef, a choice for your main and something sweet to finish with, as well as bubbles, of course. This Bristol restaurant offers a unique brunch experience by serving main courses such as salt beef and smoked Applewood sourdough toastie; wild mushroom, confit garlic and shallot frittata with saffron rouille; and hot smoked sea trout, posh hash brown, poached egg, watercress and mustard dressing. At £35 per person you can enjoy three indulgent courses with unlimited prosecco every Saturday.

Brace and Browns, 43 Whiteladies Road, BS8 2LS

7. Aluna

Another Bristol restaurant offering more than one course as part of their bottomless brunch menu is Aluna. Every Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 4.15pm, guests at the Broad Quay venue can enjoy one main course and one dessert alongside bottomless drinks such as prosecco, pornstar martini and even a bubblegumtini. Choose from mains such as traditional English breakfast; chilli avocado toast with garlic mushrooms; or a rainbow bagel filled with buttermilk chicken, lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheese and katsu mayo. Dessert options are pretty divine with chocolate brownie, waffles, pancakes and cheesecake. For brunch and prosecco, it costs £29.95 person but if you’re looking to choose a fun and fabulous cocktail as your tipple of choice it costs £37.50 per person.

Aluna, 4 Broad Quay, BS1 4DA

8. Steam

It’s full steam ahead with this bottomless brunch! Burger lovers rejoice as this beer hall at Clifton Down station offers a bottomless burger brunch available every Saturday. After receiving a glass of fizz on arrival, you and your friends will enjoy loaded nachos, with cheese sauce, mozzarella, salsa, guacamole and jalapeños to share. Then, guests get a choice of any one of Steam’s burgers and a side of fries – along with the all-important bottomless prosecco or jugs of Steam Brew pilsner or Rolling Apple cider. There’s honestly a burger for everyone- classic beef, classic cheeseburger, a proper lush upgrade of a cheeseburger, buttermilk chicken, veggie patty or portobello mushroom in panko breadcrumbs with halloumi. For 90 minutes and £30 per person, Steam is a real go-to for those after a banging burger alongside some booze.

Steam, Clifton Down Station, BS8 2PN

9. The Cowshed

The Cowshed in Clifton does hearty breakfasts and brunches and for £27.95 you can add bottomless fizz into the mix. Choose from mighty and meaty dishes such as black pudding hash with spincah, poached eggs and mushrooms; chorizo and spiced beans on sourdough toast with fried eggs ; or plain and simple yet tasty steak and eggs. Veggies can tuck into the likes of mushroom and stilton omelette with fried potato.

44-46 Whiteladies Road, Clifton, BS8 2NH

10. Pieminister

The pie-makers founded in Bristol are offering up free-flowing booze alongside their delicious pies, and it’s pretty much the stuff of dreams. Available at all Bristol branches, the brunch runs every Saturday, giving guests a whole hour and a half to enjoy endless pies and bottomless Prosecco, beer and cocktails. The brunch menu is pretty fab, too, with specially designed pies including a bacon and sausage pie with bechamel and a baked egg, a red onion and rosemary veggie sausage pie, and a smoky baked beans and halloumi pie, too. Brunch costs just £20pp, and you can book it in advance.

Pieminister, 24 Stokes Croft, BS1 3PR

St Nick’s Market, Corn Street, Corn Exchange, BS1 1JQ

7 Broad Quay, BS1 4DA

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