90 minutes of free-flowing fizz just not hitting the spot anymore? Never fear, because these epic meal times are promising the biggest, best and, most importantly, longest brunches in London. But length isn't everything, sometimes it's all about bang for your buck, so alongside all these events being over 120 minutes, you'll find them fronting everything from entertainment and fine dining, to unlimited food and skyline views. Read on to find out our picks for the best bottomless brunches in London over two hours long.
Offering food, booze and plenty of action, this Shoreditch hotspot is home to one of the best two-hour bottomless brunches in London. Head down to London Shuffle on Saturdays and Sundays where they'll be bringing you endless fizz and draught beer, unlimited slices of steaming hot pizza and some high-octane shuffleboard for as little as £35 per head.
When it comes to getting to really getting you money's worth, this relaxed East Dulwich pub is really giving up the goods. Book your table at The Great Exhibition, proud hosts of one of the only three-hour boozy brunches in London, and prepare to get your fill of, well, everything. Alongside the customary bottomless drinks, they're also offering unlimited coffee refills, and a never-ending supply of toast - a smart move, I think we can all agree.
Alongside its sister sites in Brixton and Hackney, Old Street's Serata Hall is one of the best places to head for a boozy afternoon in London. Their two-hour sessions showcase a selection of mouthwatering pizzas, alongside their own takes on some classic brunch bites, while their bottomless drinks come in regular and 'boujee' options. We'd recommend upgrading to the top tier, which includes pink fizz and DIY prosecco cocktails for just £4 extra.
A stylish spot in the heart of Soho, Chotto Matte really knows how to make a meal pop. Their boozy Harajuku Brunch serves up a fabulous Nikkei feast for you and your friends, packed with sharing plates, moreish mains and a selection of desserts. As for the libations, you can nab bottomless refills of Asahi, fizz or their house cocktails for two whole glorious hours.
Spirited French 'salon' Jolie is another spot offering up one of the most impressive boozy brunches in the capital. The Chelsea restaurant fronts a range of delicious Bretagne crêpes and fresh egg dishes served in a vibrant, velvet-covered dining area. As for the drinks, you can go bottomless for just £25, and that goes for everything from juices and smoothies to vegan bacon-toting bloody marys, house mimosas and fizz straight from a unicorn's mouth.
One of the bigger splurges on the list, XR's weekend offering is a special occasion in itself. Clocking in at 2.5 hours, it's not only one of the longest bottomless brunches in London, but also one of the most decadent, as classic dishes get a fine dining makeover - think truffled scramblies and whole lobster linguine. Throw in some cocktails or a couple of bottles of Moët & Chandon for an extra splash of indulgence, and, before you look at the bill, remember that you can't put a price on selfcare.
So you've mastered the unlimited drinks thing? How about some unlimited food? Head over to Dalston dining destination Jones & Sons where their weekend bottomless brunch is bringing you the best of both worlds. Fill up on full English breakfasts, pastries, pancakes and BBQ beans on toast, washed down bloody marys, Buck's (and regular) fizz and boozy iced tea.
Woke up too late for brunch? No stress, because these bottomless suppers are making an event of your evening meal too. Head down to Little Nan's Bar where they'll be treating you to two hours of bottomless teapot cocktails until 10pm on a school night, as well as tiers of sweet and savoury party snacks to tuck into while you admire their knick-knack-covered walls.
Fancy four hours of non-stop cocktail action? Mayfair's COYA is offering you that and more with their carnival-inspired affair. One of the longest bottomless brunches in London, the boozy weekend event also offers three hours of unlimited Champagne, alongside a selection of their signature Peruvian plates and a decadent dessert platter.
Sipping mecca Smiths of Smithfield are taking their raucous weekend brunch to the rooftops. Keep it casual with bottomless prosecco and a selection of delicious small plates as you take in views of St Paul's and The City, or go first class with welcome cocktails, Champagne and caviar. Whatever your chosen level of excess, you'll be sorted for 120 minutes of unlimited drinks.
Looking for more bottomless weekend antics? Read our round-up of the best boozy brunches in London.