Best Boozy and Bottomless Brunches in Manchester

After a heavy night out, there's nothing nicer than tasty grub and a little hair of the dog. We've put together a list of the top bars and restaurants serving up one of the best meals of the week - BRUNCH. Whether it's a full English, eggs benedict, pancakes, roasts or bloody marys (obviously) - you'll have it all. Check out our list of the best places for boozy brunch in Manchester. After all, no one likes doing the walk of shame on an empty stomach. 

Last updated on 10th February 2021

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For a boozy brunch of epic proportions, head over to Black Dog Ballroom Northern Quarter for lashings of sandwiches, hot dogs and eggs three ways. Finish it off with a Bloody Black Dog; their take on a Bloody Mary and you'll be right as rain for the week ahead, or if you're feeling boujee, bottomless options include craft beer, mimosas and house wine.

One of Manchester's quirkiest bottomless hotels, this football fave promises bottomless bcunshes, afternoon teas and themed events as you watch Manchester United away matches across multiple big screen TVs.

Dirty Martini Manchester

334 user reviews 4

A gorgeous Manchester cocktail bar, it's no surprise that Dirty Martini has one of the most beautiful bottomless brunches - which they're serving up mid-week. But it's not just a pretty face. See for yourself over 90 minutes of free-flowing concoctions and a birdcage filled with seasonal bites such as arancini balls, spiced tortillas and spring rolls.

Gaucho Manchester

38 user reviews 5

For those who consider brunch an art form, there is one brunch that tops the list in terms of quantity and that's Gaucho's Electro Brunch. Save up your pennies and splash out at this opulent spot with as many plates of steak and eggs as you can imagine, along with a never-ending stream of porn star martinis.

There's no bottomless here, but there is one hell of a cocktail menu at this brunch stalwart in the Northern Quarter. Federal Cafe and Bar brings a taste of the Australian cafe culture to Manchester, perfect when washed down with one of their espresso martinis or bloody marys.