Boozy Brunches in London
After a heavy Friday or Saturday night of hitting some of the best clubs or bars in London, there's nothing nicer than tasty grub and some hair of the dog. So we have put together a list of the best places in London for one of the best meals of the week - BRUNCH. Whether it's a Full-English, Eggs Benedict, Pancakes, Roasts or Bloody Marys (obviously) - we have it all. Check out our list of the best boozy brunches in London. After all, no one likes doing the walk of shame on an empty stomach.
How do home made fruit jams from Germany sound? Or Aramanth granola with German quark? Or perhaps a bit of smoked mackerel pate with your Brotchen? Head to The Doodle Bar in Battersea for this tasty event, feast until you can't fit any more in and move on to the tipples, the live DJ and the ping pong tables for a Sunday brunch with a difference.
Make your brunch as boozy as you like at One Canada Square in Canary Wharf on Saturdays. With two courses for £20 or three for £25, it is the perfect place for a spot of brunch without burning a hole in your pocket! Pay a bit extra and you can enjoy bottomless Bloody Marys, Raspberry Bellinis, Prosecco, or ETM white/red/rose wine throughout your meal - your Saturday boozy brunch never sounded so good!
Out in East London and fancy a little brunch? Well The Jones Family Project have you well and truly covered. Tuck into wonderful brunch classics such as their Jones' Benedict (which comes with either Ginger Pig streaky bacon, wilted spinach or smoked salmon) while you sip one of their Bloody Marys. With a whole menu on offer for you brunch enthusiasts, you'd be mad to overlook them.
Grab some meaty ballast at Blues Kitchen Camden and wash it all down with something craft-y from behind the bar. We all like to indulge in a boozy lunch every so often, and Blues Kitchen is most certainly the place to go in North London to get your booze on (be sure to try something from their extensive bourbon collection, if things get serious).
This stylish restaurant bar in the heart of Chelsea serves up delicious British cuisine every day of the week and an especially great weekend brunch. The relaxing and comfortable space is the perfect spot for a long lunch and the unique cocktails are sure to keep you satisfied. Be sure to reserve a table online!
The Nags Head in Angel is the perfect pub to tuck into a big old boozy brunch with its country side style charm and cosy interiors. Serving authentic wood fired pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and steaks, the Nags Head pushes traditional pub grub whilst offering a hefty selection of beers, wine and some classic cocktails in there too.
Strip Bar & Steak can ward off your Saturday night fever with their Sunday brunch menu slathered in meaty goodness from their Stripbar roast to their hefty burger or delish stroganoff dishes. If heavy on the meat is too much for your tender tummy then you can still engorge yourself on their classic eggs benedict or English brekkie. Swill it all down with unlimited bubbles for £15 extra you say? Smashing.
Enjoy a lazy day of Yorkshire puddings, Sunday supplements and perfect Bloody Marys soundtracked by the resident DJ’s playing Old 45’s, rare bootlegs and badass funk tracks. 2-11pm Every Sunday.
Head to The Folly and relax in their airy bar, whilst taking advantage of their Bloody Mary and Prosecco station where guests can mix and muddle breakfast cocktails to their own taste - which is guaranteed to get the party re-started! Other city sanctuaries offering up this unmissable boozy brunch include calming bar; The Drift, or contemporary London Bridge hangout; The Refinery. Perhaps you'd prefer a beer garden where you can feel rejuvenated by these yummy cocktails; then check The Parlour, whatever you do just make sure you don't miss out on these great deals!
Sundays at The Lost Angel are all about the Great British Roasts. Food at The Lost Angel is provided by The Gaslight Grill, who strive to serve the best seasonal produce possible, the kitchen’s meat and vegetables follow the British produce calendar. Brunch also includes 'all you can drink Bloody Marys' for £15 and is served from 12-6pm.
Food is available at Duck & Waffle 24 hours a day, so you can make your brunches as boozy as you like without feeling guilty. Some tasty treats to watch out for include: English Breakfast (£12), Bacon Wrapped Dates (£7.50) and Steak n Eggs Benedict (£9). At the bar, ones to watch out for include: All About Mary (Bloody Mary - £9.50) and Champagne Flip (£14).