Served for a couple of hours every weekend, you might need to be swift to grab a spot at this gorgeous industrial bar in Manchester. But boy, will it be worth it. Giving morning proceedings an Asian twist, the restaurant has a long list of dishes, ranging from waffles through to morello cherries on brick toast, with a scoop of ice cream.
Best Brunch Restaurants and Bars 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 with this generation's hottest meal: brunch? From boozy birthdays filled with mimosas and bubbles through to comfort food in the form of eggs benny, we've rounded up the best brunch restaurants in Manchester, so that you can get started on your morning munching asap.
Dough Pizza Kitchen are an excellent brunch spot in Manchester, combining classic Italian eating and drinking to stunning success. From n'duja on toast to Full English brekkies waffles to pulled pork hash, each dish is perfectly accomplished by a glass of handpicked vino.
With a menu featuring sharing margaritas, delectable burgers and hangover-curing brunch dishes, this Northern Quarter spot is the perfect place for wining and dining all day long. Trade in the usual eggs benny for something a little different here; we recommend the Turkish Eggs.
Blackhouse is a classy bar and restaurant on New York Street, specialising in prime cuts of steak. Stop over for brunch you can indulge in bottomless bubbles with your choice of dish such as the classic steak sarnies, miso-glazed steak and veggie kebabs.
All-day choices are what drives brunch at The Anthologist, the restaurant in St Peter Square. Their selection is served from 11am - 4pm, with plates that include the likes of chorizo scotch eggs and a brunch bar with a long list of bloody marys and smoothies.
We don't know about you, but nothing quite gets us through the morning like eggs and bread. So where in Manchester is the best to brunch? From eggs piled high atop sourdough, to international breakfast dishes, head on down to Banyan for a delicious slice of that AM life.
With brunch being served until 4pm, Gorilla is the perfect place to recover after a long weekend of partying with friends. From waffles with bacon & maple syrup to the traditional full English breakfast - there's plenty to keep you feeling 100% once more and ready for another weekend of partying.
If you believe your mornings should be an occasion, Peter Street Kitchen is the place for you. The stylish and modern bar serves up a fusion menu of Japanese and Mexican throughout the week, while over the weekend, their attention turns to a Rikyu experience. For those feeling boujee, Tokusen is £70 and include plenty of dishes, along with bottomless Champagne.
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 on their amazing darts experience.
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.
Having conquered Northern Quarter with their Aussie-style brunch bowls, Federal has opened another charming spot in Deansgate. Expect the same easy breezy vibes, alongside healthy plates that include a winning banana bread.
Head down to Canal Street where this award-winning restaurant is serving up the goods every weekend from 11am to 4pm. Treat your hangover to Eggs Royale and few glasses of bubbly one Saturday and see if you aren't hanging around after for when the cocktails come out.
Inspired by the finger-licking food of America, Brewski has arrived in Manchester City Centre and it's bringing all sorts of deliciousness with it. From veggie brekkies and acai bowls through to steak and eggs and stacks of pancakes, this place will dust off even the most hungover.
Offering an all-day menu of delicious brunch plates, Into The Woods does a fantastic range of dishes that will suit every diet. From veggie and vegan delights to a full spread of gluten-free breakfasts, all their ingredients come locally-sourced and served up with finesse.
For those who like their brunches with a touch of glamour and a sprinkle of special, Ivy in Spinngingfields 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 hollondaise.