Bottomless brunch in Brighton just got more fabulous, as Lucky Voice are hosting an unforgettable Saturday filled with two hours of bottomless cocktails, bagels, glitter, fun games, and a whole hour in the private karaoke booth.
Boozy Brunches in Brighton
Start as you mean to go on 'n all... it can be tough to wait until a reasonable hour to start on the sauce when you're surrounded by some of the best boozy brunch offerings in the south. The promise of a hearty plate of bacon 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 even a glass of vino, you know that you'll be alive and kicking before mid-afternoon. Check out our recommendations for a boozy, and potentially bottomless brunch in Brighton.
For an affordable bottomless brunch in Brighton, The Tempest Inn is leading the way. Head down to the seafront pub on a Saturday or Sunday from 10am for endless Bloody Marys and Mimosas served with a full English or veggie breakfast - the best way to start any weekend.
Not only is Patterns a top-notch party palace in Brighton, but they're also home to an impressive roster of boozy and bottomless brunch events. Swinging by in the summer? Make the most of their dreamy terrace space with a few cocktails overlooking the shoreline.
Watch sassy drag queens lip-sync for their life at this all-guns-blazing bottomless brunch. Set in the gorgeous surroundings of Proud Cabaret, this daytime party will include an hour of unlimited cocktails, a sumptuous two-course feast and entertainment aplenty.
Not only is New Unity serving up bottomless drinks and brunch food from Dirty Mac, but their weekend bash also sees a horse racing theme take centre stage. Watch as the London Road pub is transformed into a grandstand with entertainment to boot.
Soak up some vitamin D whilst toasting with unlimited fizz at Shelter Hall Raw's stunning seafront terrace. Tickets for this bottomless brunch include two hours of boozing as well as a choice of tasty dishes - from eggs Benedict to Nutella pizza.
Though the North Laine Pub and Brewery is predominantly known for its craft beers and stunning burgers, but the team behind this Brighton spot also offer a range of delicious brunch dishes. From eggs benedict to avocado-heavy dishes, you'll find all your favourite traditional brunch recipes at this charming restaurant in Brighton.
Looking for a darling dose of brunch in Brighton? Perhaps at a quirky venue to boot? Then head on down to The Breakfast Club as this renowned haunt not only churns out top plates of breakfast grub, there's delicious drinks and kitsch interiors to gorge on too.
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, washed down with Wolfox coffee or a few refreshing bellinis.
Six in Hove isn't just a pretty face, the stylish restaurant takes its boozy brunch very seriously. Served until 4pm daily, the menu includes goodies such as waffles, brunch bowls and avocado burgers - with the option to add bottomless Aperol Spritzes or prosecco.
Buried underneath Brighton's iconic seafront arches, the Lucky Beach serves delicious food through the day. Arrive before the afternoon and you can enjoy a selection of traditional and quirky brunch treats, likes a mouthwatering breakfast burger, brioche french toast and an intriguing tofu scramble. Relax, watch the waves and enjoy a delicious brunch at this quaint spot in Brighton.
Stylish and with a minimalist edge, the New Club on Brighton's beachfront has been drawing in crowds from across the city with its flavoursome brunch dishes. With New York vibes coursing through the entire joint, guests can enjoy all their favourite brunch treats, including hash browns, smoked salmon dishes and poached eggs.
Cute and quirky The West Hill Tavern are mixing things up when it comes to brunch in Brighton. The Seven Dials pub has teamed up with Cosmic Pizza for an epic offering of breakfast pizza alongside frozen bloody marys and mimosas.
As the name suggests, Kooks in Brighton is known for its quirky dishes and daring ingredients. Based in the Lanes, the venue's chefs really let their imaginations get the better of them, creating intriguing dishes that incorporate a range of ingredients like halloumi, guacamole, sourdough and poached eggs.