Best bottomless brunch Bristol: 14 places for pancakes and prosecco

If your brunch isn't bottomless, you're not doing it right. Here's where to find the best boozy brunches in Bristol.

Updated on • Written By Ellie Donnell

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Best bottomless brunch Bristol: 14 places for pancakes and prosecco

To hunt down the best bottomless brunch in Bristol we had to do some serious research. We get it, it's a tough gig, but someone had to take the job, and we're generous with our time when research is focused on pancakes and prosecco. We don’t want to be bringing ideas to the table (if you’ll pardon the pun) that are sub-par, so when looking for the top options in this small southwestern city we considered all kinds of factors. Is the food any good? Is the bottomless option bubbles, cocktails or beer? And how nice are the interiors?

Combining each of these elements, we’ve worked hard to create the ultimate guide to the best bottomless brunch in Bristol. These spots are the perfect place to gather with friends to enjoy good food and drink, making the most of lazy weekend mornings and long afternoons. You see, there’s no set time brunch can take place. Sure, traditionally it’s between breakfast and lunch, but these days bottomless brunches often stretch on long into the afternoon and provide the ideal place to kickstart a night out.


Most places – as the name suggests – stand by their bottomless promise, but it’s worth noting that every venue will have restrictions of some sort. Typically, places provide a time slot of a couple of hours when you can enjoy bottomless bubbles or booze. Alongside the tipples, the other main reason to indulge in this modern-day weekend ritual is of course the food. Being a multicultural hub, Bristol has all kinds of delicious options. There are always going to be traditional pancakes and waffles on most menus, but if you're after an alternative brunch option, you'll also find Chinese menus and Caribbean food down below to keep things interesting. 

So, whether you’re looking for somewhere to kickstart a weekend of merriment or are in dire need of some hair of the dog, these are the best bottomless brunches in Bristol to book.

Tonight Josephine

Luminous interiors

What: Tonight Josephine is a relative newcomer to Bristol’s brunch scene, but it’s taken the city by storm thanks to its larger-than-life bottomless offering. We’re talking drag hosts, DJ's, singalongs, games and more! Every week is a little bit different, with themed events inspired by everything from Mamma Mia to Pop Icons. One thing you can expect though is some killer food – from buttermilk fried chicken burgers and loaded tacos – washed down with a lengthy selection of cocktails, fizz and beer.
Where: 28 Baldwin Street, BS1 1NG
Book now: Tonight Josephine Bristol

Blame Gloria

Pink bar area and women drinking prosecco

What: Dig out your inner diva with this raucous, and oh-so sassy, bottomless brunch. Blame Gloria hosts multiple themed brunches throughout the year, but our favourite is its cocktail-fuelled ABBA bottomless brunch, a rip-roaring 90 minutes of food, drinks and live entertainment courtesy of its fabulous drag queen.
Where: 22 Small Street, BS1 1DW
Book now: Blame Gloria Bristol

The Botanist

Prosecco, pizza and interiors

What: Perched just off Berkeley Square, The Botanist is a reliable choice suited to pretty much any and all dining occasions. Naturally, we’re most interested in its bottomless brunch offering, which happens to be incredibly good value at less than £35 for two courses with bottomless drinks. Plus, you can make it a three-course meal for an extra fiver! The food here leans more towards brasserie than brunch, with pizzas, burgers and pasta dishes up for grabs. Still, we’re not complaining, especially when paired with a choice of Prosecco, Aperol Spritz', Passion Fruit Martinis or Pineapple Spritz'.
Where: 20a Berkeley Square, BS8 1HP
Book now: The Botanist

Dao Chao

Chinese dishes on table

What: Looking for an alternative to eggs and pancakes? Dao Chao serves a bottomless brunch with a Chinese twist. Choose from the likes of kung pao fish, sweet and sour chicken or stir-fried tofu, followed by white chocolate and raspberry cheesecake and washed down with free-flowing cocktails. Better yet, you and your mates can enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless booze every weekend for just £25.95 per head.
Where: Broad Quay, BS1 4DA
Book now: Dao Chao

Flight Club

Interiors and bar at flight club

What: Prosecco, pizza and a round of darts is a surefire way to a good time, right? Head down to Flight Club at the weekend to celebrate with fizz, bottomless pizza and a game of social darts. Better still, all groups are granted a two-hour time slot, and while Prosecco isn’t bottomless, every guest does receive an entire bottle to themselves (fair dos). Plus, each table comes with a complimentary carafe of orange juice, if you’d rather make it a mimosa party!
Where: 41 Corn Street, BS1 1HT
Book now: Flight Club Bristol


pizza and lager

What: Looking for a bottomless brunch in Bristol for a stag do, birthday party or other big bash? The city’s infamous beer hall, Steam, will happily oblige. With plenty of space for group dining, the long tables are made for bringing friends and family together for a convivial meal. With not an avocado on toast in sight, the bottomless brunch at Steam instead is focused on pizza. Choices are classic - either margherita or pepperoni - and come served with fior di latte slathered in garlic butter and parmesan. If you're not full after all of that, there's 90 minutes of cocktail jugs, prosecco, beer and cider to wash it down with.
Where: Whiteladies Road, BS8 2PN
Book now: Steam

Lost & Found

Cocktails cheersing over table

What: Bottomless brunches at Lost & Found are as much about soaking up the stylish interiors as they are about enjoying the modern European menu. Classics like smashed avo on toast and smoked salmon waffles are on offer alongside more unusual combinations such as halloumi flatbreads with sweet chilli jam and creme fraiche. The deal allows you to pick your brunch dish of choice as well as bottomless bubbles or classic cocktails like Bloody Marys or Aperol Spritzes. If you’re feeling particularly peckish there are also sides like fries or mac and cheese to add, should you fancy them.
Where: 85 Queens Road, BS8 1QS
Book now: The Lost & Found


People eating under parasols

What: Found down at Bristol’s buzzy stretch of harbourside restaurants, Aqua combines trendy interiors and an Italian-leaning menu. Bottomless brunch is served on Saturdays and includes your choice of brunch dish - think eggs royale, a full English, pizzas and burgers - washed down with free-flowing fizz, cocktails or lager. Upgrade to bottomless Champagne if you're feeling boujie, or you can make it a non-alcoholic affair if you're that way inclined. 
Where: Welsh Back Dockside, BS1 4RR
Book now: Aqua

Revolution Bristol

Pizza on a table

What: Okay, a Revolution bar is never going to win big awards for its food offering, but for a party atmosphere, it's hard to beat. Here, you’ll find a young crowd up for a good time, making the most of the venue’s 90 minutes of unlimited drinks. Brunch dishes are hearty fare like fried chicken and bacon waffles, while pretty much every drink under the sun is available here, so excuse us if we don't list them all. 
Where: Old Fish Market, BS1 1UA
Book now: Revolution Bristol

Brace & Browns

Brunch dishes and prosecco

What: Sister-site to Harbour & Browns, Brace & Browns' bottomless prosecco brunch follows a similar format. Here you’ll be able to indulge in three courses as well as unlimited fizz. The kitchen team chooses a selection of snacks and sweets to bookend your meal with, and these get sent out for the table to share, while you’re in charge of the mains. Think house fried chicken with waffles and chimichurri, or cacio carbonara. Sweets might include homemade doughnuts or waffles.
Where: 43 Whiteladies Road, BS8 2LS
Book now: Brace & Browns

Slug & Lettuce

Strawberry pancakes

What: A bit more generous than your average, Slug & Lettuce in Bristol offers up two hours of unlimited bubbles for you to enjoy. Food options include brunch classics and indulgent burgers, from avocado on focaccia toast to buttermilk chicken burger with cheese. Drinks include Mimosas, Aperol Spritzes, Bloody Marys and Amstel, or you can upgrade to Pornstar Martinis for an extra fee as well.
Where: Explore Lane, BS1 5TY
Book now: Slug & Lettuce

Pitcher & Piano

Full english breakfast

What: People can often be a bit snobby about chain restaurants, but there’s something comfortably consistent in a brand that churns out the same stuff day in and day out. So, while this might not be the most refined food in the city, we think it’s a pretty decent option if you’re looking for an affordable bottomless brunch in Bristol. You’ll get unlimited prosecco, bellinis, mimosas, Aperol spritzes or beer and there’s a good choice of mains too. One example is the breakfast brioche which is stuffed with bacon, sausages, a fried egg, cottage cheese and sweet chilli ketchup. A shakshuka also offers something beyond the ordinary, but if you fancy a classic Eggs Benedict and avocado on toast are both present and correct.
Where: Cannons Road, BS1 5UH
Book now: Pitcher & Piano

Turtle Bay

Colourful cocktails

What: There aren't many restaurants that offer bottomless brunch every single day, but Turtle Bay is one of them. Choose any breakfast, brunch, burger or roti dish and then settle in for two hours of unlimited Red Stripe, prosecco, cocktails or mocktails. Dishes include the famous big Kingston grill down, a Caribbean take on the full English or the honey bunny yardbird, featuring a stack of soft roti topped with beach-style fried chicken, maple syrup, cream cheese and fresh watermelon. There are plenty of vegan options too, so everyone can enjoy the boozy fun.
Where: 221-223 Cheltenham Road, BS6 5QP
Book now: Turtle Bay

Quay Street Diner

Overhead shot of brunch dishes on table

What: The brunch at Quay Street Diner is famous so it certainly makes sense to double down and go bottomless here. Sip on endless prosecco while tucking into your choice of brunch dish. Options include buttermilk fried chicken waffles, huevos rancheros (eggs with tomato salsa, feta, fresh chilli and ciabatta) and pancake stacks with blueberries, maple syrup and the like.
Where: 2 Quay Street, BS1 2JL
Book now: Quay Street Diner

Prefer your brunch without the booze? Take a look at our pick of the best brunches in Bristol for some killer places to enjoy pastries and pancakes. 

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