The following establishments are all examples of the fantastic dining scene Birmingham has on offer. But, this isn’t just any old foodie article, but one spiced with Bloody Mary’s, infused with Bucks Fizz (Mimosas for the Carrie Bradshaw enthusiasts), and one bubbling with the delights of never-ending Prosecco.
Yes, you’ve guessed it – here’s a showcase of the best bottomless brunches in Birmingham!
NB. The bottomless approach applies to drinks, not food… although either way there’s a chance you’d be rolling out the door. Drink responsibly!
Urban Café - Church Street
Tucked away on the picturesque Church Street behind Colmore Row, you can find the independent hub that is Urban Café.
But, today we’re not going to dwell on the delicious offerings they provide in the form of succulent cakes, roasted coffee or the grab and go lunches that make your lunch break one tasty hour, no… today we’re talking booze, food and more booze!
For just £22.50 per person, Urban Café enable Birmingham inhabitants to dine from their extensive brunch menu with all you can drink Bloody Mary’s or Bucks Fizz. Available all-day Saturday and Sunday, you have 2 hours from the moment of ordering to fill your boots (figuratively speaking... a Bloody Mary filled boot is never a good idea).
All Bar One – Brindleyplace
If a canalside Bottomless Brunch sounds like your cup of tea glass of Prosecco, then All Bar One in Brindleyplace will be ticking all those brunch-inspired boxes.
From £20-25 per person, between the hours of 10am-4pm on a Sunday, All Bar One provides unlimited drinks teamed with a meal from their delectable brunch menu consisting of the ever-classic Eggs Benedict to handmade beef burgers and buttermilk pancakes. Sipping on Bellinis, Bloody Mary’s or Prosecco whilst overlooking the serenity of narrowboats cruising by... now that’s a Sunday!
Gas Street Social – The Mailbox
Housed in the fabulous Mailbox, Gas Street Social hosts what has been coined as the ‘Best Bottomless Brunch in Brum’, and with it being served all day every day from 10am-5pm, we believe them!
For an additional £18, your sweet bottomless nectar of choice comes in the form of Prosecco with peach puree or seasonal fruit, or the old classic Mimosa. One for the brunching aficionados out there, Gas Street Social also offer the mighty ‘Full English Pancakes’, full of bacon and Lashford sausages with a stack so full of syrupy goodness, you’ll leave feeling part human part pancake. Are bottomless brunch eating competitions a thing? We may be on to something here…
Harvey Nichols - The Mailbox
For the classiest of classy bottomless brunches, make your way to Harvey Nichols in the Mailbox, where you can sit upon your royal brunch throne, sipping only the finest of champagne.
For £50 per head, you have the choice of 3 items from the brunch menu with as much champagne (I repeat… as much champagne) as your heart desires during the 2 hours after ordering. Bottomless brunching doesn’t always have to be exclusive to adult fun and frolics, as the little ones can join too with soft drinks included for just £15. Available every Sunday from 11am – 3pm, suddenly a family-filled Sunday has never looked so delicious…
The Button Factory - The Jewellery Quarter
In the depths of the Jewellery Quarter, lies a bottomless brunch that pushes all the right buttons, and what is this holy place you ask? Ironically… The Button Factory.
Two courses are available for £30, or bump it up to 3 with starters such as hummus & flatbread, chicken wings with pomegranate molasses to mains ranging from buttermilk pancakes to Shakshuka baked eggs. During a 2-hour sitting, unlimited Bellini’s or glasses of Prosecco are made readily available for you, making it the perfect instalment to your Saturday which may or may not lead to jewellery shopping whilst slightly intoxicated afterwards.
Malmaison – The Mailbox
For a sultrier brunch affair, make your way to Chez Mal found in the 4* Hotel, Malmaison.
For just £19.95, indulge in a selection of appetisers from their lavish Chef’s table, followed by your choice of brunch dish (we’re liking the sound of a Big Mal breakfast) and a delicious dessert - all of which will be washed down with lashings of unlimited Prosecco for an additional £15. With this much food teamed with a whole lotta bubbles, we can almost guarantee you’ll be heel-clicking out the door with your best rendition of Oliver! The Musical. Food, glorious food!
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