Who doesn’t love a good brunch? And who doesn’t love getting a *little* tipsy every now and again? If you answered yes and yes then you’ll surely agree that bottomless brunch is one of the most genius combinations there is, uniting long-distance friends, housemates, colleagues and hen dos with one common interest- fun!
If you have an upcoming birthday/promotion/anniversary in the diary or are simply looking for an excuse to let your hair down, let us introduce the capital’s best bottomless brunch offerings for when you fancy a little more bang for your brunch. From gospel singers to shuffleboard, 80s musical bingo to a bar that feels like you’re in someone’s house, keep reading for 10 of the best bottomless brunches that London has to offer.
Karaoke Brunch At Lucky Voice
Karaoke + brunch = the dream day out with the gang. Available at Lucky Voice Islington and Brighton, prepare for a big Saturday and to probably lose your voice in the process- it’s a sacrifice worth making. With two hours of bottomless bagels, exclusive brunch cocktails and bubbles (as well as an array of party shenanigans led by a professional master of revels), you then head into your own private booth for an hour of karaoke. In the words of Lizzie McGuire, this is what dreams are made of.
Islington: Every second and fourth Saturday at Lucky Voice Islington, starting at 12pm. £45.
Brighton: Every last Saturday at Lucky Voice Brighton, starting at 12pm. £40.
Ballie Ballerson’s Pizza and Ball Pit Extravaganza
Delicious pizza washed down with unlimited pornstar martinis sounds like a match made in heaven, and Ballie Ballerson has made it happen. Whether you go for the VIP booth tickets or would rather stay casual and stand at high-top tables, tickets include pizza, prosecco and pornstars, finished off with 2 hour access to their signature balls- there are over a million of ‘em! Perfect for a special occasion (you can preorder one of their famous pick ‘n’ mix sweet cakes to make for the most memorable birthday), and with non-stop hits from their resident DJ Izzy Trixx, playing Disco, House, Commercial, Hip Hop, RnB, Garage, Rock, Drum and Bass, it’s one to bookmark for sure.
Every Saturday and Sunday, multiple time slots. £25-£35 per person.
Powerplant Camden All Vegan Brunchin’
Vegans, this one’s for you. Powerplant Camden- a plant-based concept restaurant and bar in, you guessed it, Camden- has recently launched a bottomless brunch available every weekend from 9am-4pm. All eyes are on their Plant-Based Shakshuka, made with slow-cooked lightly spiced tomato sauce, charred and marinated aubergine, tahini, plant Feta, coriander and Laffa Bread which is amongst a selection of delicious plant-based items on their new menu. Add bottomless prosecco, mimosas or Aperol Spritz for an extra £25.00 per person and boom, consider your weekend off to the best start ever.
With movie nights every Wednesday, a DJ residency on a Friday, open mic on Thursdays and 20% off drinks every Tuesday and Thursday (7pm-8pm), check it out if you find yourself in North London!
Every weekend from 9am-4pm. £25 per person.
The Gospel Brunch at Amazing Grace
Bottomless brunches might be ten a penny these days but there’s none quite like Amazing Grace’s Gospel Brunch. Playing a host of Motown classics, their live gospel choir is on stage from 11.30am until 4pm with a guaranteed 45 minutes of performance time during your 90-minute brunch slot- it’s getting lit!
On the menu? Brunch dishes curated by Daja Street food, including crispy fried chicken waffles, pancakes and many more delights to feast on! Add bottomless drinks for £25 per person- from bubbles to cocktails to Bloody Marys- the quirky live music venue is round the corner from Borough Market and the Shard making it the perfect spot for touristy days out!
Multiple dates, £10 tickets plus £25 for bottomless drinks.
80 Bottomless Brunch and Musical Bingo at Barrio Shoreditch
If your calendar is severely lacking a holiday this summer then Barrio have got your back with their tropical, 80s brunch inspired by Madonna’s iconic La Isla Bonita hit! Find yourself welcomed into the neon glow that is Barrio Shoreditch with a delicious cocktail upon arrival, before you tuck into a 2-course delicious brunch featuring dishes from a Saint & Sinner vegan burger to the tasty Chica Bonita chicken, polish off your savoury segment with a portion of Barrio churros and chocolate before the 80s sing-a-long action and musical bingo begins- prizes include a round of drinks for your table to a £150 bar tab, so pay attention! Drinks wise, choose from prosecco, spiced-rum sangria and Sol beer and prepare for infectiously good vibes for a full 2 hours.
Every Saturday at Barrio Shoreditch. 11.30am to 2pm or 3pm to 5.30pm. £50 per person.
At Home With The Little Yellow Door
One of Notting Hill’s most loved neighbourhood bars and restaurants is on brunch duty, and let’s just say the FOMO will be real if you miss out on this one. The Little Yellow Door is designed to feel like someone’s home- hence the sofas and armchairs in every direction- and features a “Living Room / Kitchen”, aka the bar and restaurant during the week, and ‘The Flatmates Den’ downstairs, a late night drinking spot with a dance floor, sofa areas and a long bar- cute!
Their brunch offering is just as intriguing, with piles of pancakes for those with a sweet tooth to poached eggs and avocado for those more partial to savoury, their ‘Pimped Up Bloody Mary’ and killer brekkie cocktails are perfect for a daytime celebration with friends that will more than likely continue into the early hours- they don’t call it the post pandemic, roaring 20s for nothing!
£19.50 per person for 1.5 hours of Bottomless Prosecco or Rum Punch. Every Saturday afternoon.
Jamaican Brunch and Bottomless Booze at Ma Petite Jamaica
3 course bottomless brunch? Don’t mind if we do…
If it’s escapism you’re seeking then Ma Petite Jamaica have you covered, with their authentic Jamaican menu, smile-inducing fairy lights and Bob Marley lyrics upon their walls, you may just about forget you’re in Camden.
With an unlimited supply of rum punch, rum Maria or prosecco, you’ll have 2 hours to enjoy their delicious drinks and choose from a dozen delicious dishes, whether you go for some jerk chicken or a more traditional English breakfast. Located in the heart of Camden, it may be small in appearance, but it has the biggest of hearts.
Various Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm with last seating at 2.45pm. £34.50 per person.
Brunch to the Beat at The Piano Works
Music lovers, look no further for a bottomless offering sure to get you clearing your calendar ready to rock ASAP. With two pianists at noon and their full band from 1.30 pm, The Piano Works in Farringdon has non-stop live music where you get to request all the songs played! Harry Styles anyone? Bottomless bevs include Prosecco, beers, bellinis, St. Germain Spritz or Mojitos- yum.
If flowing drinks are your priority, you can even start your brunch early with their Happy Hour every Saturday from 11.30am till 1pm- result! It might be slightly more expensive than the average London bottomless offerings, but with non-stop live music you can’t get more good vibes than that.
Every Saturday and Bank Holiday Sundays. £50 per person.
Prosecco and Bottomless Pizza at Electric Shuffle
If an activity-filled brunch is more your jam, may we put Electric Shuffle (at Canary Wharf or London Bridge) on your radar. Running weekly from Thursday to Sunday, enjoy a personal bottle of Prosecco and bottomless pizza along with an hour of electric shuffleboard to get your competitive juices flowing. If you fancy the fun of bottomless without the hangover, the team can also switch out prosecco for a delicious mocktail sure to tantalise your tastebuds and ensure you can keep focused on the job at hand- winning shuffleboard.
Weekly from Thursday to Sunday, 12pm-2pm. £40 per person.