Bottomless brunch is a must at Slug and Lettuce, with unlimited mimosas, pints, prosecco and classic cocktails all available to help wash away a heavy week. Pair this with their hearty menu of fluffy pancakes, juicy burgers and breakfasts and Monday will feel like a distant fantasy.
Best Bottomless Brunches in Nottingham
The weekend has finally arrived, which means one thing... it's time to celebrate all your efforts. Whether you're on a date, treating yourself to a group meal or flying solo, these places will provide the perfect end-of-week treat with a hearty feast and all the bubbles you could dream of. Let us be your guides as you explore the best brunch in Nottingham.
Brunch and bottomless beer? Check out Brewhouse's generous boozy offerings from just £19 per person this weekend. The cool bar's mouthwatering brunch dishes revolve around eggs, full brekkies and avo on toast with your choice of free-flowing beer or bubbles.
Housed within a breath-taking Grade II listed building, Embankment's brunch club will have you chowing down happy with their selection of classic dishes in beautiful surroundings. Often hailed as one of Nottingham's prettiest restaurants, this place promises a feast for all senses.
Searching for a classic full English to start your weekend? Poppy and Pint is a quintessential British boozer with a reputation for its community feel. Here you'll find bacon rolls, eggs on toast and veggie alternatives of the classic breakfast, all at an affordable price.
Looking for the best bottomless brunch in Nottingham? The name kind of gives it away, but The Brunch Club is a firm favourite. Alongside the tantalising menu of brekkie bites and cocktails, this place always promises a party with its themed weekend bashes.
The Hockley Arts Club is a cosy nook for creative types, dedicated to social eating and drinking. Tuck into the dedicated brunch club of charcuterie boards with bottomless prosecco and mimosas, and explore the vibrant events calendar the quirky bar has in-store.
The Alchemist isn't just a place for kooky cocktails and Instagram posting, its dedicated brunch menu makes it one top spot when the weekend rolls around. Here, you can sip on signature mixes and an internationally-inspired menu in luxurious surroundings without a heavy price tag.
Saturday brunch specials are always on the cards at The Larwood & Voce, a cosy gastropub in the city centre. The vintage-inspired decor and menu of contemporary British cuisine make it an excellent choice for brunch burgers, salmon and eggs on toast and full Monty brekkies.