Got a hankering for Italian street food and unlimited drinks? Head down to this Abbeydale Road restaurant and bar where they're bringing a brilliant bottomless brunch offering every weekend with Neapolitan-style pizzas and a never-ending supply of espresso martinis, strawberry daiquiris and classic fizz.
Best Brunch In Sheffield
How do you like your eggs in the morning? If the answer is 'eaten at 2pm, cooked by someone else and served with a glass of something fizzy', you're going to want to keep reading. With such a slap-up selection of restaurants on offer, you'll be spoilt for choice if you're looking for some weekend eats in this city, but luckily we've got the lowdown on where to find the best in both dry and boozy brunches in Sheffield.
One of the best places for brunch in Sheffield city centre, OHM Food Yard is open every weekend for all your eating needs. Nab yourself something delicious from one of their excellent street food vendors and get ready to knock back some glasses of the good stuff.
Cooking up some of the most unique breakfast and brunch dishes in the city, this Nordic-inspired restaurant is bringing you the ultimate weekend feast. Whether you're hoping to chow down on a meaty full English, or keep it light with their sweet potato hash browns and roast mushroom hummus, Brocco Kitchen has something to suit the whole gang.
A top spot if you're looking for brunch on Ecclesall Road, Graze Inn offers a menu of hearty plates perfect for fuelling up your Saturday or Sunday antics. Get stuck into a range of big breakfasts, homemade pancakes and fresh egg dishes, washed down with hot coffee, prosecco or a few fun cocktails.
Looking for one of the prettiest brunches in Sheffield? Then you'll want to make a beeline for this Sharrow Vale restaurant. Neon lit and powder pink this Aussie-inspired spot is serving up a feast for the eyes as much as the stomach, with colour-pop smoothies and avo toast decorated with edible flowers.
A swish spot in the city centre, Silversmiths is home to one of the best boozy brunches in Sheffield. Alongside an hour and a half of unlimited drinks, including cocktails, wine and prosecco, the Arundel Street restaurant will be keeping you fed with a decadent food menu featuring lobster rolls, wagyu bacon Benedicts and chicken muesli.
Head over to Trippets every weekend where the Sheffield jazz bar and restaurant is serving up its own unique brunch. You'll be furnished with a glass of Gallimard Champagne, fresh coffee and two dishes from their food menu and it'll only set you back £25.
Home to one of the best vegetarian bottomless brunches in Sheffield, V OR V is the Kelham Island eatery you need to visit when the weekend rolls around. Their menu of plant-based plates promises everything from BBQ celeriac flatbreads to house smoked baked beans.