Going for bottomless brunch in Manchester at Slug and Lettuce sees you enjoying two hours of fizz and a menu of breakfast classics. Get a seat in their gorgeous restaurant and tuck into stacks of American-style pancakes, eggs benny and toast covered with smashed avo.
The Best Boozy and Bottomless Brunch In Manchester
After a heavy night out, there's nothing nicer than tasty grub and a little hair of the dog. So, we've put together a list of the top bars and restaurants serving up one of the best meals of the week. Whether it's a full English, eggs benny, pancakes, pizza or bloody marys you're after, you'll find it in our guide to boozy and bottomless brunch in Manchester.
Coming up trumps in the unique and boozy department with the likes of their breakfast burrito, Spanish omelette and huevos rancheros, Revolucion De Cuba is primed for late morning munching. Better yet, their cocktails are to die for.
Head over to the Blues Kitchen where the bar, restaurant and live music venue are promising boozy brunch antics every weekend. Sunk your teeth into some stunning plates of food inspired by the American South, accompanied by bourbon cocktails and craft beers.
Looking for bottomless brunch in Didsbury? Just £25 will nab you a tasty brekkie plate and 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco, bloody marys or Camden Hells lager at The Woodstock Arms. Dishes include a rump steak sando slathered in onions with Dijon mustard mayo, eggs benny, and a full English.
For a weekend midday meal of beef hash, chicken 'n' waffles with avocado, chipotle mayonnaise and chilli, or a full veggie breakfast, look no further than The Anthologist. Plus, there are plenty of breakfast cocktails and four different kinds of bloody marys to accompany.
A hilarious drag brunch in Manchester, Tucked promises three whole hours of tapas-style sharing plates, bottomless cocktails and plenty of performances. Shimmy on down to Mecanica so you don't miss out on this event, which has been a hit in Brighton, Ibiza and more.
Home to one of the prettiest boozy brunches, Cocoa Cabana Ancoats will have you diving into a menu of potato cakes, breakfast baps, and their own spin on the usual full English in Instagram-worthy surroundings. And for afters? You can get their killer cocktails flowing.
When it comes to themed bottomless brunch in Manchester, The Brunch Club are a must. These guys are helping you welcome in the weekend over a number of fun afternoons, filled with free-flowing booze, tasty food and a parade of Disney, hip hop, emo or Ibiza songs.
Putting the fun back into brunch, this boozy offering from Flight Club is an absolute must when the weekend rolls around. From endless paddles of pizza through to a go on their high-tech darts board system, this places is re-imagining the classic midday meal.
Kick start the weekend with a delicious bottomless brunch over at O'Neill's Manchester. Found in The Printworks, this joint offers you unlimited pizza (with four flavours to choose from) and free-flowing cocktails, beer or bubbles, all for just £25.
Sashay your way on over to the fabulous Pong & Puck for this Pride Special drag brunch and bingo, and you won't be disappointed. Not only will there be scrumptious pizzas up for grabs, but also bottomless drinks, cracking games and non-stop cheesy hits.
Competing for the title of best bottomless brunch in Manchester is Browns Brasserie & Bar. They're fronting lobster benedict, smoked pancetta buttermilk pancakes smothered in maple syrup and more, with the option to upgrade your unlimited drinks to Moët & Chandon Champagne. Talk about fancy.
To wolf down burgers and fries alongside your bottomless booze, look no further than a trip to Honest Burgers on the first Saturday of every month. Here, you'll also get treated to a live DJ while you dine, all for just £30 per person.
To guarantee your lunchtime feast is chock full of entertainment, check out TUCK IN, the drag brunch taking up residence at PLY. Think two hours of struts, lip syncing and sassiness from some of the UK's best queens, complete with brunch dishes washed down by prosecco.
For those who consider brunch an art form, there is one that tops the list in terms of quantity - Gaucho's. Save up your pennies and splash out on as many plates of steak and eggs as you can imagine, alongside a never-ending stream of pornstar martinis.
Tuck into award-winning street food at GRUB's boozy brunch. You'll get delicious dishes from all over the world, served up by your choice of traders - and to top that? Expect endless prosecco, wine and beer for 90 minutes while you dine.
For just £35 per person, you and all your mates can get stuck into a bottomless affair at speakeasy-style bar, Point Blank Shooting. Here, you'll enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited drinks, pizza and simulation shooting range games every Sunday.
For a bottomless brunch in Manchester's Spinningfields, make your way to The Lawn Club. From ABBA-themed events to good ol' classic breakfasts with plenty of bubbles and accompanied by top-notch tunes, this is a spot that can't be missed.
If you're after a boozy brunch in Manchester, then head along to Bar Pop on Canal Street for a bottomless drag queen event. Enjoy sinking your teeth into mouthwatering brekky plates, all while quaffing free-flowing bevvies and watching some fabulous entertainment. Sign us up.
If a Banyan bottomless brunch is what you're after, then you've made one fine choice. This boozy affair serves free-flowing Coors, Aperol spritzes and prosecco through your meal. So, line your stomach with 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.
The Dirty Martini bottomless brunch in Manchester is whipped up every day, promising 90 minutes of unlimited cocktails, prosecco and beer, alongside food in a beautiful birdcage. The iconic 'angel wings' bar proves it's not just a pretty face with this knock-out.
BrewDog and sister hotel Doghouse are home to some of this city's best meals. Armed with an arsenal of delicious craft brews for you to dive into, the bar pulls out all the stops with its mouthwatering menu of American-style breakfast dishes and a bangin' soundtrack to munch to.
BLVD Manchester's bottomless brunch sees you chow down on small plates and sides from their main menu, while washing it all down with bloody marys, beers, mimosas, gin cocktails and prosecco. You'll be spoilt for choice at this uber-luxe bar inspired by those in New York, LA and Miami.
Offering up one of the best bottomless brunches in Spinningfields, Moxy Manchester is just the place to head next time you get a craving. Better yet, there's beer or prosecco pong for afters at this dog-friendly space.
Happening destination Cargo is getting your weekend off to a flying start with their Saturday afternoon bash. Think 90 minutes of free-flowing prosecco, mimosas and E1 Brew Co beer, with the party continuing way past the bottomless portion of the day thanks to 90s and 00s hits from resident DJs.
Searching for some of the cheapest bottomless brunch in Manchester? Foundry Project is an absolute must for its purse-friendly weekend feast. Chomp away on the usual brekkie plates and quirkier options like the hangover pizza, all with free-flowing fizz.
Upgrade your bottomless brunch plans at the city centre gem: Piccadilly Tavern. Not only will you be able to sink your teeth into all-you-can-eat pizza slices at this popular boozer, but there will also be 90 minutes of free-flowing booze every Thursday to Sunday. Oh, yes.
Pong & Puck's bottomless brunch is the only one in the city to offer prosecco pong as part of the deal. Head to the retro gaming spot to tuck into pizza and unlimited frozés, prosecco, Hooch cans or larger, followed by 20 minutes of games.
One of the coolest bars on the brunch scene, Pen & Pencil are whipping up meals how most of us like 'em: boozy. Join for artisanal plates of rustic breakfast food, alongside a selection of signature cocktails and Champagne to boot.
While The Ivy Manchester doesn't have bottomless brunch, they're offering plenty of booze on the side, if that's what you're after. Enjoy sumptuous British plates in their ground floor brasserie and gorgeous roof garden, such as eggs royale or hot buttermilk pancakes topped with berries and Greek yoghurt.