Revolution Leadenhall have spotted the dream combo... prosecco and pizza. To sweeten the deal? They've made it bottomless for two hours at just £25 a pop every Wednesday, perfect for an affordable date, girls night out or mid-week treat.
Bottomless Drinks in London
Whether it’s brunch, pre-game or a random whim, we all love bottomless drinks in London. We are slaves to prosecco, lovers of Bloody Marys and could bath in Mimosas, but where in the city can we get it? Well, the bottomless trend has taken over the entire capital by now, so if you’re after free-flowing drinks in London, take a look at this list of recommended places and go have your fill.
If you want a bit of 90s nostalgic fun with your free-flowing drinks in London, The 90s brunch has everything for you. Not only is there an hour of bottomless cocktails for you indulge on but delicious food and tonnes of entertainment. We're talking lip-sync battles, all the throwback soundtracks from Nirvana to Spice Girls and loads of dancing.
Three words: hip-hop brunch. You can feast on a three course meal of 'Dirty South' lunch food before getting your hands on an hour's worth of bottomless cocktails. Of course, there's tonnes of dancing to your favourite tracks and even a bit of hip-hop karaoke.
The Exhibit is basically your friend's house transformed into a bar in Balham, and what do you have in abundance at your mate's house? Wine! For bottomless drinks in South London, look no further than this bar-cum-cinema, as every Friday and Saturday you can add free-flowing wine to your entire meal after ordering a large plate of food.
Switch things up a little with a bottomless brinner at Cereal Killer. Combining brunch and dinner with free-flowing cocktails, they'll be rounding off proceedings with a little help from their unique waiting staff as Keela Kraving and her laziest, rudest sisters run the floor.
Think you can dig it? Swing by Disco Brunch this summer and shimmy your way to the dancefloor. Armed with a plethora of breakfast dishes, bottomless drinks and a soundtrack of cracking disco classics, this is the ultimate party for Studio 54 fans.
Camino Bankside not only has an amazing location just seconds away from the Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe, but also has a sun-trap garden perfect for bottomless drinks in London. Every weekend you can drink unlimited cava or mimosas while feasting on a menu of delicious Spanish tapas in the sun.
Honest Burgers are dishing up a brunch that's overflowing with flavour, and booze. Sip on bottomless lager, prosecco, buck's fizz, bloody marys and botanic gardens for a full hour and a half while chowing down on a menu of brunch goodies. Head to Bank this weekend and check out that tasty-sounding cheeseburger toastie for yourself, you know you want to.
When it comes to the best brunch in London, it's gotta have some form of bottomless boozing. Cue Cottons; the Vauxhall gem bringing you 2 hours of free-flowing rum punch and prosecco, alongside signature Caribbean dishes.
When looking for free-flowing drinks in London, it can't all be just about the eating and drinking. Sometimes you've got to have entertainment: so cue The Candlemaker, as they employ the hilarious services of Tina Turner Tea Lady to lead a procession of Steamy Bingo. You won't have this much fun while you're drinking bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas anywhere else.
What's brunch without bottomless drinks in London? And what's bottomless drinks without a show? Well, you're in for one hell of a performance at Strictly Come Drag Queen, where not only do you get some delicious, hearty breakfast meals and bottomless prosecco, bucks fizz and draft beer drinks for two hours, but some of the sassiest Drag Queens will be performing for your pleasure.
Head into central London to take advantage of Fire and Stone's bottomless offer. The pizza restaurant is serving up delicious stone-baked goodies inspired by cities from around the world, all washed down with £25 bottomless prosecco when you order to dishes.
Do Halloween properly this year and go bottomless with this epic drinkalong film screening at Lost Boys Pizza. In keeping with their moniker this Holloway pizza joint will be showing vampire classic The Lost Boys alongside booze and tasty slices.
If you thought unlimited prosecco was good, wait until we tell you about Bounce Old Street's bottomless brunch. Along with two hours of unlimited prosecco, there will be big tunes from Hoxton Radio DJs and tonnes of ping pong. Your time will be guided by their premier Games Gurus, comedians and pros who will get everyone involved in the game, and you get to eat loads of pizzas inspired by breakfast classics like eggs Florentine, eggs benedict and eggs royale.
Fulham's coolest new bar, King's Head and Courtyard is giving your weekends a fun start with bottomless bubbles for two hours. There will also be a range of delicious Sub-style sandwiches to soak up all that booze.
We all know that South London is quite the gem when it comes to brunch antics, and Exhibit B is showing the city how it's done. Join them for bottomless drinks on the weekend as you pair your brunch with bottomless bubbles.
Not only can you enjoy the amazing sounds of live music at Studio 88, you can enjoy bottmless prosecco with their dinner menu for £20pp.
In need of a midweek pick-me-up? Then head over to Hush's award-wining Aviator bar an make your way through a bottomless jug of Whitley Neill Original Gin & Tonic for just £25, because sometimes one isn't enough.
The Jones & Sons brunch is one of the best places for bottomless drinks in London. Grab yourself a never ending supply of Bloody mary, Bucks Fizz, Prosecco or alcoholic iced tea and chow down on some delicious grub to soak up the booze.
Sip the afternoon away with bottomless drinks at this quirky activity. Combining a feel-good atmosphere with creative painting and unlimited bubbles, Bubbles & Stroke is certainly one fun way to get a little bit drunk.
Head to TwoRuba's quirky private Snug where you can indulge in two hours of bottomless bubbles while you roll around in a bubbly ball pit for the ultimate childish evening out.
Head to a secret London location where this unique brunch kicks off with a whole afternoon of delicious food, bottomless cocktails and the very best in reggae tunes.
Head over to Blackstock Road at the weekend and you'll find one of the best spots for bottomless beer in London. Stocking over 200 types of the stuff, this beer and board game bar's unique brunch offering gives you the chance to indulge in 2 hours of unlimited sips from their extensive seleciton.
Jumping on the brunch train that seems to be circling London this year, the team at Islington's Lucky Voice Karaoke are pulling out all the stops. With an hour of karaoke to round things off, this is event will feature two hours of bottomless cocktails and a great selection of toasted bagels. Maintaining the feel-good vibes, the resident DJs will be playing all your favourite party tunes throughout the night.
When it comes to free-flowing drinks, we like ours paired with tasty food. If dinner is just as important to you, head to Covent Garden where you'll find the likes of courgette fritters, steamed mussels and pan-fried chilli prawns paired with bottomless wine and fizz.
A little weekend boozin' never hurt nobody and Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel has just the thing, with free-flowing prosecco and 3 mouthwatering courses coming in at less than £30. Think marmalade-cured salmon, fruit crumbles and more.
Enjoy bottomless cocktails at this amazing brunch event. With two-course meal and bottomless drinks in London, the awesome MCs will have you up and dancing the afternoon away in no time.
Not only is JuJu in Chelsea promising free-flowing drinks and a delectable spread of pan-Asian tapas bites, but the lively spot has also got a live DJ on hand to spruce up your midweek routine.
Sometimes, drink is the only cure for how you feel on a Sunday. Tanner and Co are offering not only a hearty roast dinner of beef and all the trimmings, but also unlimited beer, wine, prosecco and Bloody Marys to go with it. Now that's how you do free-flowing drinks on a Sunday.
When it comes to free-flowing drinks, we like ours with dinner as well as brunch. Not only are Tonteria serving up an unmissable spread in their slick southwest digs, but they've also got bottomless margaritas, frozen cocktails and live music.
One of London's most renowned cocktail pop-ups is back in the city, this time with a festive twist. The Espresso Martini Society is taking over King's Cross for several nights of bottomless Christmas drinks, with tipples which include gingerbread laced and Ferrero Roche.
When it comes to free-flowing drinks with a twist, you can't go wrong with this quirky event. Head north of the river where The Harrison is hosting The Rhythm and Booze Project for a night of whisky tastings, live music and cheeky antics.