Calling all brunch devotees, there's an entire weekend dedicated to the meal this September and it's going to be a big one. The two-day event will be celebrating everything eggs benny, from a disco brunch launch and £20 for bottomless drinks with a plate, through to £10 for a cocktail and dish at the top of the Gherkin.
Boozy and Bottomless Brunches in London
Let's face it; there aren't many things in life better than a boozy or bottomless brunch. And luckily for us, London's full of them! Whether you're in search of some much needed hair of the dog, or you just want to kick off your weekend with a breakfast cocktail; we've got the low-down on the best boozy brunches in London, the best bottomless brunches in London, and basically, everything else morning-drinking related. So tuck in, and enjoy!
Boozy brunch at Ballie Ballerson isn't just about unlimited prosecco and unlimited pizza (though that's a big part of it) – you can also dive into their famous one million ball-strong-ball-pit as much as you'd like.
The Garage Brunch is the bottomless brunch event in London you want to go to, with two delicious courses, an hour of free-flowing cocktails, excellent music and games lead by the spectacular MC hosts.
It's going to be big and it's going to be outrageous; expect all sorts of shenanigans as a new disco-filled brunch comes to town. Disco Brunch is bringing bottomless cocktails, brunch food and a tonne of disco music to make your next brunch a biggie.
Shoreditch's hot new bar Rascals is bringing all sorts of naughtiness to their bottomless brunch offerings. There will be bottomless espresso martinis and bucks fizz, entertainment from the fabulous Ginger Flappage, and all you can eat buffets.
If you like frozen pina coladas...and delicious pizza and BBQ food, then this London boozy brunch is sure to have you salivating already. With bottomless drinks and tasty grub to choose from it's one of the best brunches in London.
Set in a transformed pub, Martello Hall is a gorgeous dining space that serves everything from brunch through to Sunday lunch. Explore one of their stripped back rooms over the weekend for an Italian-style bottomless brunch with pizzas, stews and plenty of bubbles.
Brunch in London, there's nothing quite like it. But what about brunch with a dose of darts on the side? Head down to two of the coolest new bars in Shoreditch and Bloomsbury as they present weekends of prosecco, boozing, darts and more for truly unique afternoon adventure.
Ladies and gents, it's time to Be Dope, Be Awesome. The 90s Brunch Party is a tribute to the greatest things about this greatest decade; taking you backstreet back for an off-the chain daytime party. You can expect bottomless cocktails for an hour, lip-sync battles and a playlist of the most poppin' 90s classics (we're talking Spice Girls, R. Kelly and Eminem galore) from a fancy dress party that's here to knock your socks off.
Scottish brand Mac & Wild are looking after you when it comes to bottomless brunch in London. Head to the City restaurant every Saturday for either bottomless cocktails or bubbles for a bargain £21.
Tucking into a big juicy burger for a boozy brunch in London is always great... but tucking into a big juicy burger and lots of beer for brunch is even greater. Luckily for you, that's exactly The Draft House Charlotte is offering up. Head down and indulge on a locally-sourced, grass-fed hamburger made from the finest 28-day dry-aged Scottish Aberdeen Angus (vegetarian option available). And to accompany it? Six beers and a portion of fries of course!
Bringing the spice and heat of the South to a venue near you, Hip Hop Brunch wonderfully combines great food, delicious cocktails and a celebration of Hip Hop's greatest achievements, to bring about one helluva unique boozy brunch. To wash down all their mouth-watering dishes, they offer a huge range of tantalising cocktails and ice-cold beers. Be sure to arrive between 12pm and 1pm, when all cocktails are bottomless for an hour.
For a modern Mexican take on a London bottomless brunch, head to Cantina Laredo on St Martin's Lane. Their specially-created brunch menu promises four courses of delicious fare, and if you add £20, you will also receive free flowing Margaritas and Prosecco.
Make your bottomless brunch as boozy as you like at One Canada Square in Canary Wharf on Saturdays. With two courses for £20 or three for £25, it is the perfect place for a spot of brunch without burning a hole in your pocket! Pay a bit extra and you can enjoy bottomless Bloody Marys, Raspberry Bellinis, Prosecco, or ETM white/red/rose wine throughout your meal - your Saturday boozy brunch never sounded so good!
This stylish restaurant bar in the heart of Chelsea serves up delicious British cuisine every day of the week and an especially great weekend brunch. The relaxing and comfortable space is the perfect spot for a long lunch and the unique cocktails are sure to keep you satisfied; check out the Broadgate Circle restaurant if you're in East London.
One of the best brunch events in London, this awesome drum and bass brunch in Farringdon is bringing you 90 minutes of bottomless fried chicken and cocktails alongside some of the best DNB from Hype and Optical.
For one of the coolest boozy brunches in London, Little Nan's is the spot. This fun and quirky dining experience brings you fish fingers sarnies, cheesy disco fries and pineapple and cheese sticks, as well as your choice of cocktail teapot or bucks fizz and Bloody Marys.
Get boozy and head in for Bhangra dance-off at this great London brunch. Enjoy some bottomless cocktails and three course meal from Rola Wala then prepare to get down to the best in Desi and Punjabi beats.
Senor Ceviche's bottomless brunch doesn't just have delicious Peruvian brunch dishes – think sweet potato waffles with crispy lamb shoulder and huacatay salsa, and bottomless pisco sours to boot.
Bottomless brunch at Absurd Bird – the American Deep South bar – gets you, not only unlimited drinks for two hours, but also a three course brunch meal.
Offering two hours of bottomless food and drink, Jones & Sons is easily one of the best bottomless brunches in East London. Grab your unlimited Prosecco, Bloody Mary, Bucks Fizz or alcoholic iced tea and dig in to some delicious dishes.
Don't let their size fool you, BabaBoom are coming at you hard and fast with one of London's best boozy brunches from both their Battersea and Islington locations. From frozen cocktails down to their kebab bites, it may not be avocado, but it's a whole other delicious world entirely.
A fun feeding frenzy for friends and family alike, No 11 Pimlico Road offering a truly deluxe brunch every weekend in the city. From their Ketel One vodka laced Bloody Mary to their selection of classic breakfast dishes, those of you wanting a cool, contemporary location for one of the most laid-back boozy brunches in London will be tucking in in no time.
Go bottomless with two hours of unlimited mimosas and a cracking brunch menu. Team that with live music and beer pong, and you're in for a treat at Belushi's.
If you're looking for a boozy bottomless brunch in north London, Galley can oblige. With unlimited prosecco, mimosas and bloody marys on offer alongside a tantalising selection of dishes for £28.50 all in, you'd be silly not to head here.
Lucky Voice Karaoke in Islington is not messing about when it comes to its brunch offer. For £35, each person will be treated to 2 hours of bottomless cocktails alongside a selection of bagels and all their favourite party tunes played by the resident DJs. Better still, the fun vibes continue with an hour of karaoke in one of the venue's private booths.
From bingo to fairytale and extreme sports-themed, the boozy brunches at Aeronaut are the stuff of legends. Whether its having a drunken singalong to your favourite fairytale film tunes, or winning big on the bingo, the food is always delicious and the bubbles are plentiful.
Located in edgy Hackney Wick, Shane's on the Canalside is a bright and airy restaurant that serves a delicious brunch. Using sustainably sourced ingredients, the venue whips up fresh and tasty meals along with offering a bottomless option over the weekend.
The Little Blue Door is letting you into their house party every weekend for bottomless brunch. The cool flat is piling on the plates, with dishes such as classic eggs, all washed down by bottomless bubbly.
Get ready for brunch, bottomless booze and beats as Bala Baya brings you this unique series of events. Beat that hangover the modern way with unlimited small plates, prosecco and techno.
Offering some of the most sensational small plates in Central London, the Leicester Square Kitchen pull out all the stops come the weekend with their bold, bright bottomless brunch inspired by the inimitable Frida Kahlo.
This charming Dulwich gastro pub holds legendary bottomless brunches on Saturday and Sundays which get booked up weeks in advance! Bottomless Mimosa's or Bloody Mary's get the weekend going! Be sure to book ahead.
It's bottomless brunch, but not as you know it. From the brains behind UKG Brunch and ComedyMania UK, comes this tasty event. It's bursting with delicious food, rum punch and a whole host of performers.
Add a huge side of lip syncing, drag queen ambitions and fun to your boozy brunch this January at Dr Kluger's Olde Town Tavern. The secret basement bar is upping the ante with an afternoon of London's best drag queens, piles of brunch food from The Breakfast Club and most importantly, bottomless booze.
Here at DesignMyNight we love alliteration. Boozy Brunch in Bermondsey. Say it with us again... Bermondsey Bar & Kitchen promises one of the best boozy brunches in London, not to be missed. With breakfast foods and brews to match, this meal may blend into your previous nights festivities, or maybe the next night's outing depending on how you twist it.
With bottomless Aperol Spritzes, Bloody Marys and Espresso Martinis, Balls Brothers are adding a whole heap of drinks fun to Mayfair brunch proceedings. Head to the swish venue come weekends as they turn up the heat with delicious breakfast dishes and amazing cocktails.
Head to The Folly and relax in their airy bar, whilst taking advantage of their Bloody Mary and Prosecco station where guests can mix and muddle breakfast cocktails to their own taste - which is guaranteed to get the party re-started! Other city sanctuaries offering up this unmissable boozy brunch include calming bar; The Drift, or contemporary London Bridge hangout; The Refinery. Perhaps you'd prefer a beer garden where you can feel rejuvenated by these yummy cocktails; then check The Parlour, whatever you do just make sure you don't miss out on these great deals!
Sitting comfortably on Battersea Park Road, Lost & Co is a versatile restaurant and bar that's become a favourite amongst the locals in South London. Priding itself as something of a jack-of-all-trades, the venue serves Australian coffee in the morning in addition to the hand-crafted cocktails and ice-cold craft beers. There's also a venue in Putney, if you're in that neck of the woods.
Grab some meaty ballast at Blues Kitchen Camden and wash it all down with something craft-y from behind the bar. We all like to indulge in a boozy lunch every so often, and Blues Kitchen is most certainly the place to go in North London to get your booze on (be sure to try something from their extensive bourbon collection, if things get serious).
Bringing together two vices London has come to know and love and throwing in some bingo antics all at once is exactly what The Candlemaker in Clapham are all about. Their Steamy Bingo Bottomless Brunch does exactly what ti says on the tin with the added hosting presence of Tina Turner Tea Lady.
Join quirky music venue The Piano Works as they put their lively spin on brunch. Located in Farringdon, the venue plays whatever song you fancy live, serves bottomless prosecco and Bloody Marys and a cracking brunch selection for a weekend morning with a difference.
If you're looking for a top rate boozy brunch in east London, this killer Kingsland Road eatery could be the answer to all your needs. Lap up free-flowing cocktails and exclusive weekend eats like the pretzel bun pulled pork burger or smoked salmon burrata.
This bottomless brunch has gone Bollywood-style, with an Indian twist. There's Asian dishes, live Bhangra music and the best Bollywood dancers to transport you to a land far away. Best of all, you can soak up an hour of unlimited drinks at this daytime party.
This vegan bottomless brunch fuses bottomless G&Ts, organic beer and delicious dishes suitable for vegetarian and vegans alike, all while listening to a changing roster of live performers.
If it's bottomless brunch you're after, head to The Curtain where you can feast on two courses and soak up bottomless Frozitta's while DJs like Emily Rawson (1Xtra), Ellie Prohan and Sandra Omari take to the decks.
If it's smart and fancy you're after for your next brunch, then May Fair Bar is delivering both in spades. The swanky spot serves everything from whopping English breakfasts through to healthy smoothies.
May the class be seated, roll call will proceed. Looking for a bottomless brunch in London with a touch of nostalgia? The Battersea booze laden Schoolhouse joint invites you to experience their boozed up brunch every weekend.
65 & King serves up a boozy London brunch that pays tribute to both American and English classics. Whether it's pancakes, a Full English, fry-ups or a good old smoked salmon and scrambled eggs breakfast - 65 & King has a brunch menu that truly stands out in Notting Hill. This can all be washed down with cocktails, top wines, or Bloody Marys.
Using only the freshest ingredients, this stunning brunch spot in The City offers two hour bottomless sessions for groups as large as 80. With delicious food and one of the most extensive drinks lists in the area, you'll be spoilt for choice at this gorgeous eatery.
Forget smashed avocado, poached eggs and dainty finery; London's favourite ping pong bar are opening their doors in Old Street every Sunday for a daytime brunch affair of table tennis, endless slices of pizza and bottomless prosecco. Prepare yourself for competitions, DJs and one helluva tasty Sunday morning.
In need of a decent bottomless brunch spread in the heart of central London? Enter Walkers of Whitehall, where groups of up to 8 can get three courses of delicious brunch grub helped down by unlimited Prosecco and Bellinis for just £35. Not really that hungry? Two courses and the limitless booze are all yours for five pounds less.
Out in East London and fancy a little brunch? Well The Jones Family Project have you well and truly covered. Tuck into wonderful brunch classics such as their Jones' Benedict (which comes with either Ginger Pig streaky bacon, wilted spinach or smoked salmon) while you sip one of their Bloody Marys. With a whole menu on offer for you boozy brunch in London enthusiasts, you'd be mad to overlook them.
South London's revellers are treated to a party-mad boozy brunch at the Suburb SW11 Clapham Junction. Serving a range of amazing food, guests can expect to be spoilt by the venue's chefs. From sizzling steak, pulled pork burgers and Angus beef burgers bursting full of condiments, you'll definitely find something to your liking here. To wash it all down, the team of talented bartenders have mixed and flaired their hearts away, producing a menu of amazingly quirky creations. On the weekends however, guests are treated with a complimentary glass of bubbles with their brunch dishes.
Get one of the best musical brunches with Afrobeat N Brunch, where you can enjoy a delicious three course African meal with an hour of unlimited cocktails, followed by top new afrobeat talent, dancers, and a great time all round.
This boozy brunch comes with a fabulous difference, as Tayce and her drag sisters will keep you partying with catwalk competitions, dance offs, and award-winning mixes, as you sip on bottomless bubbles and feast on brunch food.
A bottomless brunch for all musical maniacs, head to Studio 88 for two hours of tasty food, free flowing bubbles and all your favourite tunes from those West End classics.
Hot footing your way down to Streatham and wondering where that all important brunch is at? You're likely going to find it at The Mere Scribbler. Join this pubbing favourite for booze, bubbles and plenty of classic brunch dishes that will fill you up proper.
At the Jam Tree Clapham, you can enjoy two hours of bottomless prosecco, all while feasting on classic brunch dishes and American-inspired plates, with brunch of baby back ribs and pulled pork.
It's about to go down, as this south London spot gives a whole new meaning to bottomless brunch. Tuck into golden crispy chicken waffles from White Men Can't Jerk and soak up unlimited prosecco for a whole two hours.
Haven't been to The Piano Works yet? Well know's the time, because the unique music venue is taking part in DesignMyNight's Brunch Weekender and you can expect bottomless cocktails, delicious food and live tunes.
When it comes to bottomless brunch, there's just something that most places are lacking... the tea and toast. Well thanks to The Birds, you can know chow down on dreamy brunch dishes and soak up unlimited cocktails with a side of all-you can-eat toast with jam and tea.
Join Darcie Green for bottomless brunch in London and you can enjoy two courses from their fresh, Australian brunch menu (it's pretty healthy to boot), with two hours of bottomless prosecco and mimosas, all while floating on a two-storey boat on the Grand Union canal.
Head to Battersea's Humble Grape for their epic bottomless brunch offering. Order any brunch item and get unlimited prosecco for just £15 at this great wine bar and restaurant.
McQueen in Shoreditch is putting their sexy spin on bottomless brunch. The sleek venue is cooking up hearty classics complete with a side of bottomless bubbles.
What happens when you mix bottomless brunch with a 70s disco? The King of Ladies Man, who will be delivering a Breakfast Club brunch with two hours of unlimited prosecco and bucks fizz, all with that retro soundtrack.
The Exhibit is one of the best places for bottomless brunches in London thanks to the sheer variety. Check them out for everything from disco extravaganza to free-flowing brunches filled with award-winning drag queens, to simple brunch and a screening in their cinema room.
As one of the city's favourite burger brands, Honest Burgers know a thing or two about delicious food. Join them for brunch plates every weekend, along with 90 minutes of unlimited booze.
Canova Hall is the perfect place to get brunch on the weekend. Not only will you be treated to their Italiana Brunch – with fermented sourdough pizzas cooked in an all-wood oven – but you can upgrade it to bottomless for £20pp, for two hours of mimosas, rum punch, frizzante and fresh juices.
Giving that brunch of yours a Spanish twist, join Camino in Shoreditch for a taste of all things Espanol as you tuck into tapas and breakfast bites alongside the best in wine and European inspired cocktails.