Where To Find The Best Brunch In Manchester

Weekends were made for over-indulging, whether that be after work on a Friday or mopping up a hangover on Saturday. And what better way to mark the start of two days of freedom than with this generation's hottest meal? From boozy birthdays filled with mimosas and bubbles, through to comfort food in the form of eggs benny, we've rounded up the best places for brunch in Manchester, so that you can get started on your morning munching ASAP.

Last updated on 2nd August 2022




Three Little Words

764 user reviews 5

The one thing better than brunch? One with gin. Luckily, that's where Three Little Words comes in. This sultry weekend spot is the brainchild of the team at Manchester Gin, and serves up a huge range of juniper-based cocktails, as well as healthy and hearty dishes.

Just when you thought cute cocktail, afternoon tea and cake spot Cocoa Cabana couldn't get any better, turns out they're also fronting bottomless brunch. Tuck into the Ancoats venue's own spin on a vegan or meaty full English, potato cakes, and avo on toast, all served up with 90 minutes of free-flowing fizz.

Known for their drag brunches and raucous happenings, Bougie Drag & Boy Toy's events are hot. From brunching with Gaga and bingo games, to butlers in the buff and singalong musical editions, there's a little something for everyone here.

Gaucho Manchester

39 user reviews 5

For those who consider brunch in Manchester to be the most important meal of the day, there's one that comes in huge quantities: Gaucho's. Save up and splash out on as many plates of steak and eggs, banana bread and burrata as you can imagine, alongside an endless stream of pornstar martinis.

The Brunch Club

10 user reviews 3

With a lineup of all-singing, all-dancing bottomless events across the city, it's no surprise that these are some of the most popular tickets around. Book yourself into one of these themed happenings, including Spice Girls, ABBA and 'Brunch in the Buff'.

After a fun bottomless meal in Manchester? We've got you sorted with some of the best things to do, thanks to Taste + Liquor's killer lineup. They've got a slew of brunches with various themes - think 90s throwbacks and RnB hits.

Folk

2 user reviews 5

Head a little bit south of Manchester city centre and into the leafy suburbs of Didsbury, where you'll uncover Folk as the premier morning destination. From the shabby chic interiors to the suntrap terrace, this is a place to unwind away from the hustle and bustle.

Making a trade in delicious British plates, this Ancoats restaurant offers a stunning brunch spread of classics such as eggs and breakfast sandwiches, alongside more eccentric offerings like smashed broccoli and ox cheek benedict. And yes, they do have the option to go bottomless.