Quirky Brunches In Manchester

From Deansgate to the Northern Quarter, this city is fit to bursting with some seriously epic brunch spreads. But, if you're really looking for the wow factor come Saturday morning, we've done you the service of rounding up the quirkiest brunches in Manchester, from bottomless get-downs, to the biggest stomach-busting dishes.

Last updated on 8th October 2020




Matchday madness meets fancy feasting? This is far from your average weekend event. Check out Hotel Football, where you'll be able to watch Manchester United games while tucking into free-flowing drinks, brunch and afternoon tea.

@ Impossible on Various dates from Saturday 7th November 2020

Gather the girls for this hilarious brunch that'll have you laughing and swooning, surrounded by some very sexy men. Hosted by a fabulous drag queen, you'll start off with 90 minutes of unlimited bubbles before enjoying a number of male acrobats, dancers and strip performers that'll get you all hot under the collar.

@ Peter Street Kitchen on Saturday 31st October 2020 and 7 other Saturdays

One of the most decadent weekend feasts in the city, St Peter's Street's brunch brings you Japanese dining with a twist. Expect live sets by resident DJ's as you chow down on some sublime small plates, washed down with one of their signature cocktails, Moët & Chandon Champagne.

@ TriBeCa on Various dates from Saturday 7th November 2020

Get your weekend off to a cracking start with a trip to Eden for this fabulous drag bottomless brunch. join some of London's best queens for an afternoon of food, games, catwalk competitions and, of course, dance-offs. There'll also be 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco to you unleash you inner diva.

Brewski Mosley Street

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The king of North American comfort eats, Brewski is the place to be if you're looking bust a but at your next brunch. Offering a mammoth sharing board or steak, sausage, beans, bacons, pancakes, black pudding, eggs, mushrooms and even more, it's the hangover cure to end all hangovers.