Free-flowing martinis, prosecco and blood orange G&Ts are just some of the goodies up for grabs with Dirty Martini's iconic birdcage brekkie. Giving bottomless brunch in Leeds a fashionable twist, the cocktail bar presents meaty and veggie bites in the stylish contraption.
Best For A Bottomless Brunch in Leeds
Early bird? Love a lie-in? Whatever your preference, I think we can all agree that there's nothing like a mid-morning feast to start your day. Whether you're in the mood for pancake stacks, vegan hash creations or traditional eggy dishes alongside bottomless booze, we've got just the thing in our guide to the best places for brunch in Leeds.
The best bottomless brunch in Leeds? Manahatta is a glamorous Greek Street haunt bringing a taste of New York to the East Parade. Expect all the usual favourites - pancakes, brekkie hash and eggs galore - along with American-inspired concoctions to wash it all down.
Whether you're catching up with mates or celebrating a birthday, you can count on Banyan to bring the edible goods. Think smoked salmon, plant-based eats and deluxe burgers, as well as bottomless booze... because we wouldn't have it any other way.
Bar Soba is an East Asian-inspired hotspot serving up flavour-packed dishes and creative sips in equal measure. With a menu of street food-style plates and four drinks available from just £25 per person, this is one of the best places for brunch in Leeds city centre.
When it comes to brunch in Leeds on Saturday, you'll struggle to find somewhere as beautiful as The Lost & Found. Spend your morning in the Victorian-themed restaurant sipping on two hours of unlimited mimosas and nibbling on sourdough toast topped with chorizo butter, whipped yoghurt and poached eggs.
Wings and waffles, breakfast burritos, salt beef Benedict...The Alchemist is coming up trumps for quirky brunches in Leeds. It may be best known for shaking up theatrical cocktails, but this spot, and its Trinity sister, are also delivering a delicious and unconventional food menu.
Get your fix of unlimited prosecco and pizza from just £20 at Cuckoo. Enjoy 90 minutes spent chomping on slices loaded with toppings such as ham, caramelised onions and pork scratchings or BBQ jackfruit and gherkins every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Think of pubs in Leeds and the chances are The Adelphi will come to mind, but you'll probably be surprised to hear that it's also a great choice for your weekend fry up. The kitchen is cooking a traditional menu of full Englishes, avocado on toast and juicy steak sandwiches to keep growling tums at bay.
Hosting one of the quirkiest brunch events in Leeds, Flight Club's boozy weekend celebrations include pizza, prosecco and a whole lotta target practice. With your own oche, you and your group will go head to head, battling it out at the dart board.
If you're searching for the best brunches in Leeds, Yard & Coop should be firmly on your radar. Head over for an all-American menu of Southern-style fried chicken washed down with a choice of cocktails. And if you're lucky? You may be entertained by some of the UK's best drag queens.
The clue is in the name really... The Brunch Club is one of our favourite places for a weekend feast in Leeds. Promising mouthwatering bites to eat, refreshing cocktails and quirky themed parties, this is one unmissable place for brunch.
Talk about a backdrop. A no-brainer for the best breakfast in Leeds, SkyLounge is providing you with a winning combo of mouthwatering food and citywide views from its rooftop haunt. A great choice for a special occasion, this gem is treating you to continental meats, French toast and vegan dishes.
Located in the Victorian Quarter, The Ivy is serving its decadent brunch every weekend from 11am until 4pm. On the menu, you'll find a varied selection of eggs Benedict and chips, lobster linguine and crispy duck salad. The icing on the cake? Fruity breakfast cocktails.
A gorgeous rooftop restaurant and bar, East 59th is spicing up your Saturday with its epic brunch offering. Not only can you feast on two courses of Insta-worthy dishes but you can make things fizzy for just £15 extra. Add in a lush sky-high terrace and gawp-worthy views and you've got yourself an unmissable hotspot come Saturday.