Head over to Brindleyplace where this fun weekend offering is bringing you one of the best value bottomless brunches in Birmingham, with an extra side of canal views. Drop in to the Pitcher & Piano every Saturday or Sunday before 2pm and you'll be treated to some delicious breakfast goods, alongside plenty of fizz.
Bottomless Brunch in Birmingham
A special occasion for some and a weekend stipulation for others, the boozy brunch has become more than just a Millenial quirk. Across the country, people are queuing up to get their eggs and avocado served with that all-important side of free-flowing fizz and believe us when we say that this city is no exception. From the booziest to the most bizarre, we're rounding up all the best bottomless brunches in Birmingham.
Looking for a little extra action from your weekend outings? Head over to Temple Row where Flight Club is showcasing one of the quirkiest bottomless brunches in Birmingham. Bag yourself two hours in one of their high-tech darts oches complete with paddles of delicious pizza and free-flowing fizz.
One of the city's prettiest brunch haunts, The Lost & Found knows how to make your Saturday afternoon a satisfactory one. Offering a small but exciting menu of internationally-inspired plates, alongside the option of bottomless mimosas, prosecco and even Aperol spritzes, they're up there with some of the best bottomless brunches in Birmingham.
If you're looking a fun and cheap bottomless brunch in Birmingham, Slug & Lettuce should be your first port of call. The Brindleyplace restaurant and bar offers a delicious mix of tasty plates and your choice of fizz, Aperol spritzes, bloody marys or beer.
Not feeling the fizz this weekend? Don't fret because Dirty Martini is serving up something a little different in their bottomless offering. Get stuck into their epic selection of house martinis every Wednesday to Sunday, complete with birdcages full of finger food and a devilishly delicious drinks selection.
Steak extraordinaires Gaucho have the bottomless brunch in Birmingham you've been dreaming of. Their menu of delicious dishes – heavily featuring steak, who would've thought? – gives you unlimited drinks for a whole two hours. Just get down there on a Saturday and you're sorted.
Making your midday meals that little bit boozier, All Bar One offers one of Birmingham's best bottomless brunch destinations. Tuck into a slap-up selection of gorgeous meat and veggie breakfast options, washed down with your choice of prosecco, mimosas or bloody marys, all for just £25.
Head over to The Stable every Saturday and you'll find one of the best bottomless brunches in Birmingham. Alongside a two-course feast of pizza and delicious puddings, you'll be able to get stuck into 90 minutes of free-flowing cider, beer or prosecco.
Whenever you're looking for the best boozy brunches in Birmingham, make sure you don't forget The Button Factory. Settle into their New York-chic restaurant and tuck into either two or three courses of delicious food while sipping free-flowing prosecco or Bellinis.
Located in the heart of the business district, The Florence is a gorgeous sanctuary for a bottomless brunch, whether you're looking to wow a potential client or just fancy kicking back with friends come the weekend. The light decor provides a pretty backdrop, while the menu promises full bellies and plenty of booze.
One of the best bars on Colmore Row, The Alchemist is a hotbed of tasty plates and some seriously fabulous cocktails. This summer they'll be helping you claw back some semblance of normality with their SOS Brunch offering that sees some of their most refreshing libations paired with tantalising breakfast fare.
Offering their twist on some classic breakfast fare, The Botanist is one of the best brunch restaurants in Birmingham. The pretty venue serves up a range of moreish mouthfuls, including vegan full English spreads and pancakes with fresh fruit, alongside 90 minutes of bottomless drinks.
One of the top choices if you're looking for a fancy brunch in Birmingham, Harvey Nichols' in-house brasserie is serving up nothing but the very finest fare. To top it off, they'll be pulling out the bottomless booze with your choice of unlimited prosecco, Champagne or cocktails.
One of the most notorious bottomless brunches in Birmingham, Turtle Bay is home to a daily offering of cool cocktails and Caribbean cuisine. Tuck into curry goat hash, roti stacks and full breakfasts washed down with bubbles, bellinis and even Red Stripe.
A beloved bar and restaurant on the banks of the canal, The Distillery is also home to one of the coolest bottomless brunches in Birmingham. For less than £40, you can tuck into three delicious courses, complete with two of sparkling wine or decadent Bellinis. And if you're really lucky? They'll throw in a round or two of bonkers bingo.
Offering one of the best bottomless brunches in Birmingham from Friday through to Sunday, Aluna is a must if you're hoping to nab tasty food and unlimited drinks for a great price. Their afternoon fiestas are letting you chow down on two courses of delicious Thai fare or classic breakfast plates, alongside your choice of fizz or cocktails.
Take your girlfriends to Birmingham's hottest new bar for a bottomless brunch that's sure to start your weekend in style. Combining cool cocktails, delicious dishes and awe-inspiring entertainment in glittery surroundings, Tonight Josephine's fun events are not to be slept on.
One of the best bottomless brunch events in Birmingham, this boozy weekend offering from new Digbeth spot Luna Springs is bringing together up to two hours of bottomless beer or fizz and a delicious meal from one of the venue's food trucks.
With a whole range of themed events on offer, The Night Owl offers some of the best brunches in Digbeth. The perfect spot for music lovers, these cool day parties are going beyond food and drink and bringing you playlists packed with everything from funk and soul to britpop and disco.
Gas Street Social offer up a series of delicious dishes, including an option for a 'social brunch' featuring lashings of bacon, sausages, eggs and more. To make it a real great bottomless brunch, you can add free-flowing bellinis and mimosas for two hours.