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.
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.
For the most fun breakfast in Manchester, you've gotta go stateside... The Blues Kitchen is bringing you just that every weekend, with Southern-inspired breakfasts, fluffy pancakes and creole crab Benedict making the menu at the Spinningfields venue.
From its hotel rooms to the trendy bar, Doghouse Manchester is one slick destination for booze and food. As for brunch? Chicken 'n' waffles and triple-stacked American pancakes take centre stage. Better yet, you can head up to the rooftop for 2 for 1 tacos on Tuesdays and enjoy the views.
Two hours of unlimited bubbles and a menu for breakfast in Manchester city centre are up for grabs at Slug and Lettuce's Piccadilly branch. Get a seat in their gorgeous restaurant and tuck into stacks of American-style pancakes, eggs benny and toast smothered in smashed avocado.
Looking for the best breakfast in Manchester? If you believe your mornings should be an occasion, then Peter Street Kitchen could be top of your list. The stylish and modern restaurant serves up a fusion menu of Japanese and Mexican throughout the day, with brekkie cocktails like their sake bellini whipped up at the bar too.
Bar Pop on Canal Street is upping the boring ol' brunch game in Manchester with its drag event. Expect plenty of entertainment from top-notch queens, including dance-offs and prizes, alongside mouthwatering eats finished off with free-flowing cocktails or bubbles.
If you're on the hunt for a Saturday brunch with variety, then head to GRUB in Manchester for scrumptious dishes from food traders around the world. Kick back with free-flowing booze for 90 minutes, alongside award-winning street eats.
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.
The Botanist in MediaCity is boasting one of the best brunches in Manchester, with a build-your-own board. Choose five small plates to complete your meal, including pastries, Turkish eggs, carrot cake overnight oats and protein smoothie bowls, alongside bottomless drinks. Or, head to Didsbury for neighbourhood vibes while you eat.
For bottomless brunch in Manchester, look no further than super swish brasserie, Browns. Fronting a menu that includes smashed avo 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.
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.
Looking to upgrade your brunch game? 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.
With a menu featuring sharing mimosas, delectable burgers and hangover-curing brunch dishes, this spot for brunch in Manchester's Northern Quarter is perfect for wining and dining all day long. Trade in the usual eggs for something a little different here; we recommend the full English shakshuka.
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 and a bar with a long list of bloody marys, smoothies and super indulgent dessert cocktails, swoon.
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.
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 shooting games at this cool spot.
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.
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.
For breakfast in Manchester Spinningfields with a touch of glamour and a sprinkle of special, The Ivy should be top of your list. Head to the first floor brasserie, which serves British dishes from 11am every weekend, encompassing all the classics from smoked salmon through to asparagus and Hollandaise.
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.
Giving morning proceedings an Asian twist, Cottonopolis Food & Liquor has a long list of dishes to tuck into, which range from teriyaki mushrooms on sourdough through to chilli-cured salmon crumpets. Grab a spot at this gorgeous industrial bar for brunch; boy, will it be worth it.
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.
There's not many places that do brunch better than Côte. Tuck into this French brasseries' delightful dishes, including croque madame and plenty of different egg-topped muffins, with the option to make it a Champagne brekkie thanks to a glass of Baron de Marck.