Boozy Brunches In Brighton

The promise of a hearty plate of bacon, pancakes and eggs will more than set you up for the day ahead, but when paired with a hot 'n' spicy bloody mary, a pint of something hoppy or prosecco, you know that you'll be alive and kicking before mid-afternoon. Check out our recommendations for the best boozy and bottomless brunches in Brighton. 

Last updated on 19th October 2022




If you're looking for a drag brunch in Brighton like no other... then Bougie Drag & Boy Toy Events has the thing just for you. Enjoy their range of bottomless brunches which include unlimited bubbles, along with acrobatic shows and entertainment from some of the best queens in the biz.

Bottomless brunch in Brighton just got more fabulous, as Lucky Voice are hosting an unforgettable Saturday filled with two hours of bottomless cocktails, tasty food from Bon Vivant, glitter, games, and a whole hour in your very own private karaoke booth. Need we say more?

Home to some of the best boozy brunches in the town, Showlesque and Gamestars know how to feed hungry revellers. Make your way to The Walrus for some lip-smacking bevvies, tasty grub, alongside some glamorous entertainment.

Tucked

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Tucked really knows a thing or two about bottomless brunches. Head to the well-loved Bar Broadway for unlimited bubbles, mouthwatering tapas-style sharing platters, along with some fabulous drag entertainment.

If you're searching for a bottomless brunch in Brighton on a weekday, then Six in Hove is a firm choice. Served until 4pm daily, the menu includes goodies such as waffles, smoothie bowls and avocado burgers - with the option to add bottomless Aperol Spritzes or prosecco.

Food For Friends

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Offering some of the finest veggie and vegan brunches in Brighton, Food For Friends brings you delicious plant-based eats every weekend from 9am. Tuck into Portobello Benedicts, Portuguese baked eggs and organic banana bread, and wash it down with a couple refreshing bellinis.

Kooks

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As the name suggests, Kooks in Brighton is known for its quirky dishes and espresso martini brunches. Based on The Lanes, the venue's chefs really let their imaginations get the better of them, creating dishes that incorporate a range of ingredients from halloumi to guacamole.