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 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 24th September 2020




Hip Hop Brunch LDN

531 user reviews 4

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 with karaoke to finish. 

The 90's Brunch

208 user reviews 3

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 to Mariah, 90's Brunch has amazing tracks to dance to while tucking into delicious food and bottomless cocktails.

There's nothing dull about this secret event taking over cool and quirky spaces across the city. Churning out the best in disco tunes, bottomless cocktails, and two courses of brunch food, search and you will find Disco Brunch for all the fun.

  Drag Me To Brunch

30 user reviews 5

@ The Lost Alhambra on Saturday 26th September 2020 and 13 other Saturdays

A one-stop-shop for weekend mischief, The Lost Alhambra is hosting a Drag Me To Brunch special, with hosts Felix Le Freak and Jimmy Lavender. Taking over the tinged-pink club in the centre of Leicester Square, guests can expect free-flowing fizz, mouthwatering munches and tonnes of drag-style entertainment and comedy. 

Flight Club

466 user reviews 5

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 with one of the city's best quirky activities, high-tech darts. 

Vocal House Brunch is sure to have you singing your heart out and dancing on tables in no time. The feel-good event includes a DJ playing 90s/00s tunes, four live performances, bottomless prosecco and six hours of tunes followed by an after-party till 2 am.

Aeronaut

232 user reviews 4

If you think Acton bar Aeronaut is wacky you should see its bottomless brunches. With bingo brunches, fairytale brunches and extreme sports brunches, it's kind of got the monopoly on London's quirkiest brunches.

Bashment Brunch

46 user reviews 4

One of the best upcoming brunch events, this epic new afternoon party brings you two courses of tasty food, bottomless cocktails and the biggest bashment bangers. An epic start to the weekend for anyone seeking brunch with a difference. 

@ Bierschenke Beer Hall Liverpool Street on Saturday 3rd October 2020 and 4 other Saturdays

Giving you all the German feels this October, Bierschenke Beer Hall Liverpool Street will be hosting five epic quirky brunch events back to back. Join them for their bottomless Oktoberfest brunch and sip unlimited steins while munching on classic dishes to the sound of the oompah band. 

Old Skl Brunch

23 user reviews 4

This throwback brunch experience is one epic trip down memory lane. Experience 90 minutes of bottomless drinks, delicious breakfast dishes and live DJs soundtracking your nostalgic antics, with games, props and entertainment aplenty. 

Impossible Things are always on hand with a quirky immersive brunch experience to brighten your weekend. From Amy Winheouse-inspired brunches to Spice Girls brekkie experiences, these immersive events are packed with fun, games, booze and delicious brunch dishes. 

Stratford's The Refreshment Room are throwing one hell of a day party with their weekend bottomless brunches. Not only are they offering an hour of free-flowing drinks, a host and a live DJ set, but they also have different themes to choose from, including a Lady Gaga-inspired do and a reggae fest.

Disco Yoga

148 user reviews 5

Everyone's favourite quirky yoga class is getting in on all the brunching action with this bottomless Bellini offering. Enjoy a refreshing, high-octane yoga session, followed by tasty food and free-flowing cocktails.