Boozy Brunches in Birmingham
There's nothing like kicking off your weekend with a big ol' brunch. Here to show you exactly how it's done in this city, we've scoured long and far to source only the best bottomless brunches in Birmingham for you. So what if you want a kick with your bacon sarnie, or you want to feast on Americana plates whilst knocking back mimosas 'til Monday. We salute you.
Last updated on 10th March 2017
These guys don't do a Birmingham brunch by any half measures. Throw your fry up outta the window and sit down to a big, mighty feed of seafood dishes and BBQ bites. Size up their classic lobster roll or go for the signature Nosh & Quaff Benedict which is a chunky serving of maple glazed smoked ham, poached duck egg on a waffle with hollandaise sauce. Dreamy.
Nowhere does brunch quite like Harvey Nichols. One of the city's most premium dining destinations, douse yourself in a little luxury for your brunch experience in Birmingham and tuck into their exquisite plates of classic British favourites like homemade corn beef hash, pancakes and probably one of 'poshest' fry ups you'll ever have.
With a cool warehouse vibe, edgy interiors and a charcoal grill cooking a delicious feast, The Button Factory's bottomless brunch is a classy affair. For either £30 for two courses or £35 for three, the menu consists of dishes such as buttermilk pancakes topped with crispy bacon and coffee and praline parfait, which can washed down by endless bellinis or Prosecco.
A UK institution for fab food and drink with relaxed atmospheres, Slug and Lettuce is a favourite for a classic boozy brunch in Birmingham. Serving up all the trimmings complete with eggs and bacey, you can complete your scoffing with some Bloody Mary's or Mimosa's and start the weekend as your mean to go on - well fed and liquored up.
This is no yolk. Just look at that runny, oozy egg and make your way to Buffalo & Rye immediately for a delicious brunch in Birmingham. French toast, pancakes and poaches eggs with guacamole are part of their all-day brunch menu. You could even add one of their 'Hard Shakes' into the mix for some sweet tooth, spirit laced satisfaction. (pssst. If you join their brunch club, you'll get your 7th visit for free!)
Overlooking the canal, brunch is welcomed every day of the week in amongst the charming scenery and bars of Brindleyplace. Showing a big love for all things breakfast, get involved in their offerings of everything from a classic bacon buttie to smoked salmon and scrambled eggs. Make it all dirty with a cheeky pick-me-up too. We won't tell if you won't.
Go big or go home with brunch at The Fighting Cocks. Serving one of Birmingham's most extensive Saturday brunch menus, this quaint and quirky pub in Moseley offers everything from handmade burgers to a champions breakfast for two. If the weather's looking perky then take your brunch goodies outside to their cosy beer garden.
How about some bacon garnishing your cocktail? That's how Gas Street Social do bottomless brunch in Birmingham. They don't mess about with sub standard offerings here. Enjoy 2 hours of unlimited Mimosas and Bellinis with any brunch dish for a bangin' £15 per person and fill your boots on the breakfast works. They even offer a 1/2 pint of berocca for those tender souls. Naw.
A cutesy restaurant bar with a penchant for homemade foods, The Plough is a popular Harborne haven for delicious brunches in Birmingham. Rustic decor, local ales and a breakfast menu that goes from coconut + quinoa porridge to pancake stacks and any style eggs makes The Plough a top shout for a wholesome start to the day (splashed with their legendary house Bloody Mary recipe).
How do you take you pancakes? Whipped cream, maple syrup, candied bacon or drizzled in chocolate sauce? Pile up their American style pancakes for a big brunch date in Birmingham at Rose Villa Tavern. If savory is more your thing, there's Huevos Rancheros and a 3 egg strong omelette to contend with plus a menu of classic ales and cocktails to round off your diner experience.