Housed within a former section of the Bristol museum and art gallery, Browns Brasserie & Bar is a seriously stylish joint - think high ceilings, black and white tiled floors and arched walls. Their menu is equally dapper, with offerings such as lobster benedict and smoked pancetta buttermilk pancakes and kale.
Best For Brunch In Bristol
How do you like your eggs? Speaking for ourselves, we like ours with seemingly-endless vats of strong black coffee but, hey, each to their own. However you fancy yours, Bristol most likely has it. Seriously. The city is absolutely teeming with cosy pubs, hipster haunts, Mexican taquerias and many more, all offering a range of brunches to welcome in the weekend. Whether you're in the mood for a boozy brunch, beers and burgers or pancetta pancakes, we've searched high and low to find the best brunch spots in Bristol. Eat your heart out...
The fantastically eccentric The Lost and Found adds a refreshing twist to brunch with unusual highlights including corn, butternut squash and chilli hash, Turkish eggs or spiced apple breakfast bowl. Every Saturday, enjoy breaky and bottomless bubbles for £26 at the Victorian-themed venue.
Snack on French toast whilst soaking in the rays on the terrace of the aptly named Riverstation, overlooking the Bristol waterway. The stunning spot offers beautiful views and top notch scran every weekend from 10-4pm - cured trout and pickled fennel on focaccia, anyone?
If you're looking for the best brunch in Bristol, look no further than Brewhouse & Kitchen. Not only will you find dishes like buttermilk chicken, juicy burgers and butternut squash wellingtons, but also an extensive drinks list that includes cask beers, ales, ciders, cocktails and more.
The Prince Street Social don't mess around with their weekend bottomless brunch, offering 2 hours of unlimited prosecco, Amstel or Thatchers and a selection of burgers. The chic gastro pub also serves all the regulars including shakshuka, homemade beans on toast and waffles.
Housed within an old warehouse along Bristol's Paintworks, this fairy-lit, multi-purpose space is a great spot to sit back and unwind for a few hours with a good 'ol book and some brunch. Sip on a steaming cup of coffee whilst feasting on merguez sausage and eggs, shakshuka or a classic full English, all for an affordable price.
This modern addition to Bristol's Old Vic - backing the original theatre facade - combines the old with the new to provide a stunning backdrop for your Sunday brunch. Unwind from your week with a bloody mary and Hail Halloumi - a delicious halloumi and avocado chilli bread concoction.
Situated in the heart of Stokes Croft, this topnotch taqueria has recently started serving its own Mexican-themed brunch - and yes, it's as great as you'd imagine. The laid-back cantina is dishing up a range of refreshingly unusual brunch dishes in the form of huevos rancheros, breakfast burritos, morning churros and midday mimosa cocktails.
Housed within a former bank in the heart of Corn Street, The Cosy Club wins our vote for the most beautiful brunch venue in Bristol. Sit back and take in the stunning surroundings and traditional awnings whilst tucking into scrambled tofu, ham hock hash or cinnamon butter crumpets.
Up your breakfast game with steak and eggs at Bar + Block. Alongside classics like buttermilk pancakes and avo on toast, the steakhouse also offers the gut-busting mountain of meat dish that is The Bar + Blocks Works: streaky bacon, sausage, spicy beans with bacon, beef hash, mushrooms, roast tomato and fried egg on toast.