Served every weekend from 11am - 3pm, bottomless brunch at Banyan is a traditional affair, with Coors, Aperol spritzes, and prosecco all free-flowing. Line your stomach with an easy smashed avo and eggs, or if you're feeling extra hungry, go for one of the deluxe plates which includes the likes of burgers and steak frites.
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.
One of the coolest haunts on the city scene, Pen & Pencil are serving up breakfast just how most of us like it, boozed. Join them not only for artisan plates of rustic breakfast food, you can knock it all back with a selection of breakfast cocktails and champagne to boot.
Putting the fun back into brunch comes this boozy offering from Flight Club. From endless pizza through to a go on their high-tech darts board system, your weekends will never look the same again.
A multistory space in the heart of The Printworks, eden is a excellent choice for bottomless brunching in Manchester's city centre. With its luscious green terrace for cocktail sipping in summer months and botanical haven inside serving international eats, it's a pretty all-rounder.
Now a bowling alley is probably not the first place you'd think of for boozy brunch but All Star Lanes has a seriously good menu combining the best of American flavours with some British staples thrown in for good measure. Think Lucky Charms, steak and eggs, eggs any style and of course, the occasional Mimosa to get you feeling 100%.
This drag-tastic brunch will have you laughing, boozing and dancing with some of the country's fiercest queens. Voted as London's number one drag brunch, the event is offering you 90 minutes of bottomless bubbles, delicious food and an afternoon of games, catwalk competitions and more.
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.
Taking to a secret location, this unique brunch party has got you covered for bottomless cocktails, delicious Caribbean cuisine and non-stop soundtrack of the very best in reggae, soca, bashment and afro beats.
Looking for a unique, boozy brunch in Manchester? Coming up trumps with dishes the likes of their breakfast burrito, Spanish omelette and huevos rancheros alongside breakfast cocktails, Revolucion De Cuba is primed for late morning snacking in the city.
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.
Looking for something a little boozy? Head to the Northern Quarter, where Foundry Project is bringing you late night cocktails, party-starting DJs and drinks from as little as £3. Yes, that's right - you can sip on bellinis, dirty mojitos and more without breaking the bank.
Free-flowing drinks, topless male butlers and a sensational drag host - this brunch is sure to leave you with a Cheshire cat-sized grin. What's more, there'll also be a lineup of sexy male dancers, acrobats and strip performers to keep you entertained throughout the afternoon.
With English breakfasts served until 4pm, you can still sleep in until noon and wander down to Gorilla for a late brunch. With plenty of options including waffles and eggs all ways; finish off your breakfast with a cheeky Bloody Mary or refreshing Elderflower Fizz (if you can handle it!).
It's all about American-style comfort food at this sexy little spot in Manchester City Centre. From pancakes to steak and eggs, the venue will fill you up with hearty and comforting dishes, throwing hair of the dog in the form of craft beer from across the pond.
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.