Best Boozy And Bottomless Brunches In Liverpool

Say cheers to the freakin' weekend in style... with endless amounts of cocktails and fizz, and mouthfuls of delicious breakfast dishes. Whether you're saying goodbye to a long week of work, celebrating a special occasion or just fancy a daytime tipple,  these fabulous places have perfected the art of brunch. From hedonistic partying with live entertainment to swanky gatherings from the city's best chefs, check out our guide to the best boozy and bottomless brunches Liverpool has to offer.

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Last updated on 7th February 2024


For an Asian fusion bottomless brunch, you have to check out gorgeous Georgian Quarter destination, Liu Shi. It's just a short distance from the historic 'A Case History' suitcases sculpture by John King, serving weekend meals like duck burgers and drunken chicken with 90 minutes of unlimited drinks for £35 per person.


@ Mamasan on Sun, 10th Mar 2024 @ multiple start times (see ticket info)

Show your mama some love by taking her to the Dim Sum Disco Mother's Day Special at Mamasan. Treat her to 3 small plates like the katsu chicken bao bun, or go for a surf and turf Singaporean noodles main. But that's not all; you'll be surrounded by live music while indulging in 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, wine or creative cocktails.


A relaxed bistro and bar in Liverpool, Belzan's ethos is to serve simple, seasonal food with delicious wines and cocktails to accompany. So it comes as no surprise that their brunches feel wholesome and healthy, just throw in a little booze to add a little extra edge. 

Hafla Hafla

From hearty bowls of shakshuka to signature breakfasts, this restaurant is a real winner when it comes to brunch in Liverpool. Indulge in Hafla Hafla's signature halloumi, roasted seasonal veg and more while knocking back drinks for a Middle Eastern-inspired alternative experience. 


The UK's favourite singing diner also happens to be home to one of Liverpool's favourite boozy brunches. Head to Mulholland on a Saturday and you can stuff your chops with American inspired plates (did someone say chicken and waffles?) with free-flowing fizz for £30. 

Albert's Schenke

Like your brunches to have a little Bavaria flair? Head to Albert's Schenke for a huge cook haus breakfast, breakfast bagels or classic eggs benedict as part of their Brunch + Lunch Klubs. Of course, nothing would go down quite as nicely as a cold brew with these bountiful breakfasts.