Quirky Brunches in London
When brunch first started being a thing, it was only the richer-than-rich with nothing better to do with their time who did it. But years later, we’ve finally seen the light and not only can anyone unironically feast on an avocado rye bread or a ganache in the middle of the afternoon, but now we can do so much more with that time with some spectacular alternative brunches. So whether you want drag queens with your waffles, some 90s throwback tunes wiping away the hangover or a cheeky game of bingo, here’s all the best quirky brunches in London for your enjoyment.
Last updated on 18th January 2018
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. Starting off with two hours of bottomless cocktails and bagels, the event will end with an hour of karaoke in one of the venue's private booths. Maintaining the feel-good vibes, the resident DJs will be playing all your favourite party tunes throughout the afternoon
Hip Hop Brunch is exactly what you think it is and that’s what makes it so great. This quirky brunch in London comes with the backing track of all your favourite classic hip hop anthems, as well as a delicious three-course ‘Dirty South’ lunch menu. Of course this all gets washed down with bottomless cocktails between 12 and 1pm, before they whack out the karaoke for you to sing all your fave hip hop songs to your heart’s content.
The Flight Club Weekend Brunch is known across London as one of the most fun brunches for a reason. In either Shoreditch or Bloomsbury, you’ll be treated to two hours of endless pizza and a bottle of prosecco per person, which sounds tempting, but what really makes it an alternative brunch in London worth visiting is that you’ll be able to take part in their innovative Flight Club darts! Perfect for beginners and experts alike.
Ballie Ballerson is opening their doors early for a boozy brunch that includes games, bottomless pizza, drinks and diving into the iconic ball pool.
This is pure childhood nostalgia distilled into one London brunch with a difference. Bringing back everything from The Spice Girls to the Backstreet Boys, Nirvana and R Kelly, you can party to all those amazing tracks you remember while tucking into some delicious food and bottomless cocktails. If you love the 90s and brunch, you’ve just found your own little heaven.
This quirky London brunch will be serving up some of the best food, drinks and tunes in the capital this February. Settle down with a two-course meal and bottomless cocktails, before the awesome MCs get you up on your feet and dancing the afternoon away.
Join Supa Dupa Fly for the ultimate brunch party packed with 90s and 00s hip-hop, two courses of delicious food and one big quiz.
Explore the great outdoors right there on your doorstep with this unique foraging experiencing, where you’ll search for produce grown in Battersea Park, and then you’ll return to Mac and Wild Fitzrovia for brunch.
Probably one of the most quirky brunches in London, Strictly Come Drag Queen is a Ru Paul fan’s dream brunch. Not only do they serve up the most hangover-crushing bottomless brunch, including stacks of waffles, delicious Full Englishes, and unlimited prosecco, Bucks Fizz, and draft beer, but guests can a full drag show as well. These hilarious Queens will entertain you all evening – and even give one person the chance to be the next drag superstar. Afterwards, all ticket holders get 2-4-1 on Prosecco and draft beer.
Great for hen dos and stag parties, Flight Club in Shoreditch does a cracking social brunch. Rock up with your gang for bottomless pizza, a bottle of prosecco each and an hour with the darts board.
Brunches aren’t just about avocado and polite conversation, especially when you’re looking for alternative brunches in London. Unleash your competitive streak with your mates as you battle it out in some games of ping pong at Bounce Old Street. Their Games Gurus will be on hand to get the party going, offering tonnes of different party games, while you sip on unlimited prosecco. And if you’re hungry, tuck into some specially created brunch-themed pizzas.
What can make your brunch that much better? Burgers and beer. That’s what you get at the Draft House, where they’ll be serving up beef burgers topped with streaky bacon and a fried egg, fries and six 1/3 pints from a choice of over 10 different beers from cask or keg. This is the perfect alternative brunch for beer lovers everywhere.
It may be new on the quirky brunches in London scene, but Rascals is making waves already. Taking place in Shoreditch, the event mixes '90s gameshow with bottomless bubbles and comfort food.
The party people that are ROXX are back in town and they're celebrating their fifth birthday. Join them for a massive blow-out at The Cuckoo Club which includes food from Burger&Lobster and live music and DJs.
Brunch Upon a Time unleashes all that childhood nostalgia into one brunch event. A fabulous theatrical troupe will lead singalongs to your favourite fairy tale songs, perform spell-binding skits and the speakers will always play your favourite tunes. There’s even magical prizes to win for best dressed – and a dressing up box should you not have a fairy godmother to hand.
This isn’t just any old quirky London brunch, this one comes packed with its very own local celebrity: Tina Turner Tea Lady. After tucking into the delicious brunch food, Tina Turner will lead you through some hilarious, over-the-top games of bingo while you sip on bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas.