Where To Find The Best Brunch In Manchester

Weekends were made for over-indulging, whether that be mopping up a hangover on Saturday or enjoying a wholesome Sunday morning. 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 Benedict, we've rounded up the best places for brunch in Manchester, so that you can get started on your morning munching ASAP.

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Last updated on 8th July 2024

Shack Bar & Grill

This trendy Northern Quarter venue is spread across two floors, promising a party atmosphere at all times of day. Take a seat in their cool, neon-lit space for scrumptious brunches, with dishes including slow-cooked beef brisket on sourdough toast, Korean barbecue waffles topped with sriracha and mixed berry French toast coated in caramel sauce. And if you visit on a Saturday? You can even enjoy a disco-themed bottomless brunch here, complete with 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco or beer for just £32.50 per person.

Manchester Electric Shuffle Brunch

@ Electric Shuffle Manchester on Various dates from Saturday 20th July 2024

What makes a good brunch? A whole bottle of prosecco to go with it. At Electric Shuffle in Spinningfields, you can sip on fizz throughout the two-hour session, as well as munching on unlimited sharing paddles of pizza. You'll spend the first half of the experience at their shuffleboard tables, where you and your friends can get a little competitive, before heading to the bar to enjoy more tasty slices.

Banyan Corn Exchange

We don't know about you, but nothing quite gets us through the morning like eggs and bread with avocado and smoked salmon between. So where in Manchester is the best for that? From piled-high sourdough to international breakfast dishes, head on down to Banyan for a delicious slice of that AM life. And if you fancy a bottomless brunch? You can add unlimited prosecco, Aperol spritzes and bloody Marys until 4pm.

The Lawn Club

Cocktail Club and 1 other offer

Looking to upgrade your morning with an outdoor brunch in Manchester? Then head on over to The Lawn Club in Spinningfields for some top-notch food and bubbles. With ABBA themed events to weekend specials, this is a great place to enjoy a breakfast dish with unlimited prosecco. You can enjoy alfresco sips here too, including refreshing summer spritzes from their outdoor bar if you fancy relaxing on the terrace after your meal.

Manchester Brunch Social

@ Flight Club Manchester on Various dates from Saturday 20th July 2024

Inject some fun into your brunch proceedings with this event at Flight Club. One for birthday parties and groups, the day includes bottomless pizza, a bottle of bubbly per person, and a go at getting the bullseye on their high-tech darts boards. You'll get to spend a whole hour playing fun minigames and battling against your friends, before heading to the pretty fairground-themed bar to finish off your fizz and devour more tasty slices - all for as little as £30 per person.

The Hip Hop Orchestra Brunch - Manchester

@ The Blues Kitchen Manchester on Every Saturday

For the most fun breakfast in the city, you've gotta go Stateside... The Blues Kitchen is bringing you just that every weekend, with Southern-inspired brunches, prizes from a fun hip hop quiz, 90 minutes of bottomless rum punch or prosecco, and chart-topping RnB goodness from Untold Orchestra. This fun-filled experience costs only £15 to enter, and if you want to add on unlimited drinks it's just an extra £19.95.

Manahatta Deansgate

Breakfast spots don't get much cooler than Manahatta, a New York-inspired cocktail bar filled with plush velvet sofas, ornate chandeliers and trendy neon signs. They know a thing or two about bottomless brunch here as well, with two hours of unlimited prosecco or signature concoctions like the Berry Passion Punch or an Orchard Apple Spritz. As for the dishes, expect everything from chicken and bacon-topped buttermilk pancakes to grilled halloumi bagels or beef brisket cheese toasties.

Albert's Schloss - Manchester

If you're looking for a delicious midday feast with a lively party atmosphere, then make your way to Albert's Schloss in Spinningfields. As well as their signature steins of beer, you can delve into brunch plates of Turkish eggs, meat or veggie cook haus breakfasts and salmon royale, as well as sweet treats like vanilla berry pancakes. To top it all off, you may even catch a live DJ set after your meal.

On The Hush

If a boozy brunch is a bit of you, check out On The Hush's weekend bottomless brunches. Featuring a range of quirky cocktails and a menu including bacon and blueberry pancakes or spicy halloumi burgers, this gorgeous Instagrammable cafe is a great city centre spot. Not only can you enjoy 90 minutes of free-flowing booze for just £35.95 each here, but you'll also be surrounded by stunning indoor blossom trees and lots of pretty greenery.

Gusto Italian - Manchester

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For a tasty Italian meal in gorgeous, 1920s-inspired surrounds, make your way to Deansgate's Elliot House - where Gusto are cooking up something special. Their bottomless brunch offering includes 90 minutes of unlimited signature cocktails like the Aperol margarita or limoncello sangria, alongside dough petals dipped in garlic butter and a main dish of your choice - think pepperoni pizza, beef short rib burgers or artichoke ravioli.

Point Blank Shooting Manchester

Bottomless Cowboy Brunch

Fronting a bottomless brunch every Sunday, speakeasy-style bar Point Blank Shooting is just the place if you're looking to mix things up. For £35 per person, you'll enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited booze, pizza and simulation games at this cool spot. Their cheesy American-style slices are topped with spicy pepperoni, fiery jalapenos and much more, to be enjoyed while battling your friends at over 200 different shooting scenarios on the big screens.

Dean McCullough’s Pop Machine Day Party

@ The Anthologist, St Peter Square on Sat, 17th Aug 2024 @ 12:00 - 16:00

For a brunch like no other this summer, head to the The Anthologist on St Peter's Square, where BBC Radio 1 DJ Dean McCullough is hosting a Pop Machine Day Party. This four-hour event promises non-stop feel-good tunes, spanning from the 80s right through to present day, featuring the likes of Madonna, Steps, Girls Aloud and more. What's more, your £49.95 ticket incudes a two-course brunch that features a delicious sharing board, followed by everything from fried chicken and waffles to silken tofu Malaysian curry.

Doghouse Manchester

Vegan Monday and 4 other offers

Owned by sister venue Brewdog, who also cook up a pretty tasty breakfast, Doghouse is the sleek bar and hotel offering rooftop bottomless brunch. Costing just £30 per person, these guys are slinging out plates of chicken and waffles, croissant burgers or triple-stacked American pancakes, paired with unlimited prosecco or craft beer. And for just £10 more, you can add classic cocktails into the mix as well.

The Brunch Club - Manchester

If you fancy a full three hours of fun for your next midday meal, then be sure to check out The Brunch Club. They host high-energy events at a range of venues all over Manchester, with tasty dishes and 60 minutes of bottomless drinks up for grabs. While you munch on these delicious bites, you'll be treated to hilarious drag performances and live music from DJs, with the quirky themes including ABBA, Taylor Swift, country, Spice Girls and Disney.

Cocoa Cabana Ancoats

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, loaded potato cakes and garlic mushrooms on toast, all served up with 90 minutes of free-flowing fizz and costing just £40 per person. So, what are you waiting for? Take a seat on their plush velvet sofas and dig in.

The Anthologist, St Peter Square

Mirabeau Endless Weekend Lunch

Looking for a Saturday brunch in Manchester? All-day choices are what drives brunch at The Anthologist, a gorgeous restaurant in St Peter Square. Their selection is served from 11am - 4pm, with plates that include the likes of chorizo scotch eggs or breakfast burgers. To top it off, the bar serves a long list of bloody marys, smoothies and super indulgent dessert cocktails, swoon.


Gorilla is the perfect way to kick start your weekend, thanks to their lively venue and fantastic DJ sets. Not only are they competing for the title of the best full English breakfast in the city, but you can also sink your teeth into plates of classic French toast, maple-glazed bacon and waffles or shakshuka here. Pair your meal with a refreshing iced coffee or boozy breakfast cocktails, while enjoying the great tunes and vibrant atmosphere.

Boy Toy Events Manchester

Known for their drag brunches and raucous happenings, Boy Toy's events are hot. From brunching with Gaga tunes and bingo games, to butlers in the buff and singalong musical editions, there's a little something for everyone here. Taking place at venues all over the city, you can expect hilarious entertainment alongside chips 'n' dips and delicious fajita-style wraps, with the option to add on 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, rum punch, woo woos and beer - with tickets starting from as little as £16 per person.


Some of the most extravagant brunches around have got to be the ones hosted by Bougie Drag Events - voted the number one drag brunch in the UK. Their quirky days out are filled with raucous performances from some of the country's most talented queens, including guests stars from RuPaul's Drag Race UK. Expect cracking tunes throughout the four hour party, with 90 minutes of bottomless drinks and a scrumptious brunch dish included in your £54.95 ticket price. What's more, they've even got a Beyonce-themed event too.

Gaucho Manchester

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 sweet potato or beef empanadas and on sourdough toast as you can imagine, alongside an endless stream of pornstar martinis, wine or prosecco. Alongside your drinks you'll receive a delicious three-course offering, including unlimited starters and their indulgent brownie to finish, all for just £65 per person - perfect for celebrations.

Taste + Liquor

After a fun brunch in the Northern Quarter? We've got you sorted with some of the best boozy outings, thanks to Taste + Liquor's killer lineup, taking place at Bierkeller. They've got a slew of brunches with various themes - think 90s throwbacks and RnB hits. At these high-energy events, you can expect an hour of complimentary rum punch, delicious street food available to purchase throughout and five hours of fantastic DJ sets, with tickets starting from as little as £18 per person.

Vegan Brunch In Manchester

Plant-based dining is getting better and better, and there are plenty of morning meals to be found across the city - minus the eggs and bacon. There are restaurants and cafes across the city dishing out sumptuous plates of dairy-free pancakes, smashed avocado on toast or scrambled tofu, whether it's a boozy brunch or a laidback bite to eat. To find out where to find these scrumptious snacks, check out all the best vegan brunches this city has to offer.

Browns Brasserie & Bar Manchester

For some of the best bottomless brunch around, look no further than super swish brasserie Browns. Fronting a menu that includes smashed avocado on toast with eggs and feta, plus a super fancy lobster benedict, you can't go wrong. Plus, it's all washed down with unlimited bubbles or bellinis, or you can upgrade to free-flowing Moët & Chandon Champagne. But if you don't fancy making it a boozy one, then you can secure breakfast dishes for under a tenner - promising sophisticated eats without the hefty price tag.


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. These tasty plates are served between 10am and 3pm, with a menu that features steak and eggs, miso caramel French toast or sauteed mushrooms on toast.

Ezra & Gil Peter Street

If you're hunting for some of the best brunch in Manchester city centre, then be sure to check out Ezra & Gil on Peter Street. We're talking sourdough slices loaded with avocado, feta and poached eggs, as well as fruit-filled porridge bowls and cinnamon-covered French toast. You can wash this down with mimosas or bloody Marys if you fancy making it boozy, or take advantage of their excellent coffee selection instead.

Atlas Bar

Atlas Bar is a trendy, modern venue found in the Deansgate Locks area, boasting a spacious beer garden and slick interiors. Whether you're enjoying a refreshing gin cocktail or a freshly-brewed coffee, you can munch on delicious dishes such as buttermilk pancake stacks coated in Nutella and mixed berries, Avocado and feta on sourdough or a mushroom and hash brown barm.

Dishoom Manchester

For a halal brunch in Manchester, look no further than Dishoom. This renowned restaurant can always be counted on for sumptuous Indian fare, and their breakfasts are no exception. They're dishing up fiery omelettes, spiced chicken keema and bacon naan rolls every morning until 11:45am, with cocktails, breakfast lassis and chai to wash it all down with.

Sugar Junction Northern Quarter

If you're on the hunt for the best brunch spots in Manchester, then Sugar Junction has got to be up there. Located in the Northern Quarter, this cosy cafe has the vibe of an old-school tea shop, filled with cake stands and antique decor. Until 3pm every day, you can get your hands on halloumi eggs Benedict, creamy mushrooms on toast or vegan club sandwiches, as well as sweet treats like caramel Biscoff French toast that are available all day.


Making a trade in delicious British plates, this Ancoats restaurant offers a stunning brunch spread of classics such as eggs on toast and breakfast sandwiches, alongside more eccentric offerings like crispy pork belly-topped hash browns and slow-cooked seasonal greens with feta. And yes, they do have the option to go bottomless, with two hours of unlimited frizzante and fruity cocktails for just £26 per person.


A Salford venue decked out in hanging plants and dark interiors, Firefly offers a small and simple brunch menu - but it truly is delicious. This place is inspired by the nightlife of LA, serving great food and cocktails all day long. Choose from a jungle brunch - a Mediterranean twist on the full English, smashed avocado and poached eggs on toast or an indulgent brunch burger, alongside a huge range of tea and coffee.

Federal, Deansgate

On the hunt for one of the best brunches in Manchester? A name on everyone's lips will be Federal, the Aussie-inspired destination with venues in Deansgate, Northern Quarter, Oxford Road and Altrincham Market - all of which are walk-in only and often have queues around the block, especially on weekends. We'd recommend their cheddar corn fritters with bacon or smoked salmon, avocado, two poached eggs, sweet chilli sauce and lime sour cream (from 12pm only), washed down by whatever delish spin on an espresso martini is gracing the specials menu.

The Pen & Pencil

Happy Hour and 3 other offers

The Pen & Pencil is dishing out a generous morning offering, and you can enjoy as many dishes as you want here with their bottomless brunch option. Whether you fancy steak and eggs, homemade bruschetta or American-style pancake stacks coated in maple syrup, you can find it all here. And if you fancy unlimited signature cocktails and prosecco on top of that, then you can enjoy it all for £50 per person.