Overlooking the canal, brunch is welcomed every day of the week in the charming scenery and bars of Brindleyplace. Showing a big love for all things breakfast, Pitcher & Piano promise everything from a classic bacon buttie to smoked salmon and scrambled egg.
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 boozy and 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.
This spot is serving up bottomless brunch with a contemporary twist - you'll still get an hour of free-flowing drinks, but avocado on toast has been traded in for fried chicken buckets whilst entertainment takes the form of garage hits from a live DJ and games such as Name That Tune and Two-Step Don't-Step.
Reggae Brunch is coming up north and bringing you a stunning taste of the Caribbean. Enjoy a gorgeous three-course brunch, with bottomless cocktails and of course, a lotta reggae, ska, calypso, bashment and much, much more.
A quirky little spot in the heart of Birmingham, The Lost & Found aren't shy when it comes to a brunch session. From cutesy interiors to bottomless bubbles and smashed avocado, hunker down for an afternoon to remember.
From all you can eat prime Argentine steak through to all you can drink bubbles, Gaucho aren't messing around when it comes to boozy brunch in Birmingham. Join the spot for their Saturday offering of Electro Brunch, which adds in swinging live music and a buzzing atmosphere.
A UK institution for fab food and drink with relaxed atmospheres, Slug and Lettuce is a favourite for a classic boozy brunch. Serving up all the trimmings complete with eggs and bacon, you can complete your scoffing with some free-flowing classic cocktails.
Nowhere does brunch quite like Harvey Nichols. One of the city's most premium dining destinations, douse yourself in luxury and tuck into exquisite plates of classic British favourites like homemade corn beef hash, pancakes and one of 'poshest' fry ups you'll ever have.
If your bottomless brunch doesn't include mouthfuls of pizza, live music and the chance to try your hand at high-tech darts, then are you really doing it right? Experience Flight Club's quirky social and see what all the fuss is about.
Not your average boozy brunch, this lot go all out when it comes to themes. From Christmas and 90s events, all the way through to Disney and Britney-centred feasts, you can expect a fun time fuelled by bottomless prosecco and tasty bites.
Swap out bubbles for a can of Brewdog's finest as the renowned microbrewery cooks up sausages, bacon and eggs, washed down with a cold brewski. With its edgy interiors and laid-back aesthetic, this is one undeniably cool boozy brunch in Brum.
With edgy interiors and a charcoal grill cooking the delicious feast, The Button Factory's bottomless brunch is a classy affair. The real draw? Buttermilk pancakes topped with crispy bacon and coffee and praline parfait, which can washed down by endless bellinis or Prosecco.
Already one of the coolest new spots for a drink in the city, The Distillery bring bottomless brunches to Birmingham in the shape of bubbles, bellinis, cornbread and one of the best shakshuka's in town.
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, and fill your boots on the breakfast works.
The Alchemist's brunch is guaranteed to be a memorable affair. Get your weekend off to a cracking start with a feast of miso & truffled mushrooms on sourdough toast whilst sipping on a nettle-infused Tickle Me Pink and Smokey Old Fashioned, served within a science beaker.
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.