Want to make your brunch bottomless? Look no further than Brewhouse who'll give you free-flowing bubbles for £18 per person alongside any dish from the menu. From brioche buns stuffed with streaky bacon to Full English brekkies and avo on toast, they've got you covered.
Best Brunches in Bournemouth
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and we could not agree more. In fact, we love it so much that we don't restrict breakfast food to mornings only, we cram in sausage and egg muffins, full English offerings and smashed avo on toast whenever possible. Explore our recommendations of the best places for brunch in Bournemouth and discover a wealth of deep fried delicacies, fluffy pancakes and healthy options to satisfy your cravings.
Stop by Aruba for brunch and you can tuck into eggs Florentine, banana French toast, breakfast bowls and more with a selection of fresh smoothies and juices. With their menu of Jamaican-inspired eats and seafront views, it's hard to imagine a better start to the day.
Searching for the best brunches near Bournemouth beach? Look no further than Slug and Lettuce, a stylish neon-lit bar and restaurant serving up tasting classics and bottomless bubbles. Known around the country as a sure bet for a good time, you can be sure that this one - and its Old Christchurch Road sister - will be no different.
Perfectly placed on the pier, Key West serves a hearty selection of delicious brekkie goodies to wrap your chops around. Whether you're in the mood for a classic buttie filled with sausages, eggs and bacon, or think you can take on the Giant's English breakfast, they're a firm choice.
Urban Beach know how to cook up a mean breakfast, with offerings of spinach and tofu Benedict, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs and American-style pancakes making up the menu. Top that off with a breakfast martini, bucks fizz or red snapper and you're starting your day right.
Galette dishes (or French-style pancakes to you and me) at The Larder House will have you munching away in style. Choose from wood-fired chistorra, roasted salmon or overnight-cooked ham hock creations every day from 12pm to 3pm, just like our continental cousins.