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 do and we're pretty 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 looked at 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 curate 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 the 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 of course traditional pancakes and waffles on most menus, but there are also some more altogether interesting menus. Take Revolución de Cuba Bristol for instance, a Latin-inspired Cuban bar which serves up tapas and cocktails for a refreshing change to the usual brunch fodder.
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.
Revolucion de Cuba
Sweetcorn fritters, a chorizo hash and an avocado brunch are all on offer at Revolucion de Cuba, making it a bit more interesting than your usual eggs on toast. Prices vary depending on your time slot for bottomless brunch, but range from between £20-30 per person and each sitting includes a choice of bottomless prosecco, cocktails or Spanish shandys. Unlike most other options, this is available every day too, so no need to wait until the weekend to get your fix. Music is ubeat, interiors are interesting, and if you’re lucky there’ll be live entertainment to feast your eyes on too.
Book now: Revolucion de Cuba
Feeling fancy? Step away from the chain options for something a little more refined found in The Cowshed’s option for bottomless brunch. Here there’s a carefully curated list of swish brunch specials – from a black pudding hash to a wild mushroom and stilton omelette. For £27.95 you’ll get bottomless fizz along with your choice of main, and you can add hot drinks too if you like your bubbles with a side of caffeine. Quality, local produce ensures food is top-notch, and the relaxed buzzy setting feels fun without it ever becoming raucous.
Book now: The Cowshed
Looking for 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 burgers. Choices include a Proper Lush with bacon and cheese; a Sriracha spiced fried chicken option and a vegan choice. Loaded nachos are served at all tables for starters too, and you get to pick between prosecco, beer and cider for your bottomless drinks.
Book now: Steam
Lost & Found
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 Eggs Royale and Croque Madame are on offer alongside more unusual combinations such as a corn, butternut squash and chilli hash or cornflake chicken with a chipotle mayonnaise and jalapenos. 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 for £28 per person. If you’re feeling particularly peckish there are also sides like fries, mac and cheese and salads to add at an extra cost should you fancy them.
Book now: The Lost & Found
Found down at Bristol’s buzzy harbourside, Aqua combines trendy interiors and an Italian-leaning menu. Saturdays is when you can book the restaurant’s brunch slot and rather than the regular choice of just one dish, Aqua serve up a two course menu plus drinks. You might kick things off with avocado and eggs on toast, a full fry up or even a burger and chips; before moving on to brunch dessert – we're talking pancakes. Beer, bloody Marys and prosecco are your drinks options here, and if you prefer you can make your fizz into a bellini. Two courses including drinks will set you back £35, and sittings are bookable between 9.30am – 2pm on Saturdays with a two hour limit on the booze refills.
Book now: Aqua Welshback
Okay, a Revolution bar is never going to win big awards for its food offering, but for a party atmosphere they’re 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. Packages start at just £20, and brunch dishes are hearty fare like fried chicken and bacon waffles or a pepperoni pizza. Brunch purists might prefer the full fry up or the banana and Nutella pancakes. Drinks to choose from include prosecco, Bloody Marys, beer, soft drinks and Aperol Spritzes.
Book it: Revolution Bristol
Harbour & Browns
Promising great food, lovely fizz and good times, Harbour & Browns is one of our favourite bottomless brunch places in Bristol. To begin, the kitchen sends out a selection of snacks to be enjoyed by the table and then you’ll have your pick of the main events. There are no cliches here, but instead an interesting short menu of ingredient-led dishes. Think Clifton Seafood Market fish tacos; a salted waffle with confit duck leg, a fried duck egg and a sticky plum sauce; or steak and eggs on toast with a red onion marmalade. Sweet treats for pudding are also included, so make sure to arrive hungry. The menu costs £35 per person, or you can order dishes separately if you don’t fancy the fizz.
Book it: Harbour & Browns
The Florist group are well versed in making things look pretty, so bottomless brunch here is great if you’re looking for content for the ‘gram (think edible flowers on drink and perfectly pastel interiors). Aside from the good looks, things actually taste good too, so it’s a double winner. Brunch dishes include things like pancakes with berries, crème fraiche and maple syrup or Nutella and Biscoff triple layer French toast with caramelised banana and cinnamon butter. The bottomless option is a choice between unlimited prosecco or Aperol Spritzes for 90 minutes, and costs £27.50 per person.
Book it: The Florist
Steinbeck & Shaw
With a distinctly clubby feel, Steinbeck & Shaw offers a party atmosphere from the moment you walk through the door. Expect a playlist of popular party tunes and upbeat staff who will give you dedicated table service. Available between 2-5pm on Saturdays and Sundays, the bottomless brunch here is a real winner – we’re talking pizza and prosecco. Yep, unlimited fizz and dough for a whole 90 minutes, and it’ll only set you back £19.95 per person too. Ideal as a fun way to kick off the weekends if you’re in town for a big night (or day) out.
Book it: Steinbeck & Shaw
Brace & Browns
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 saffron poached eggs with proscuttio and basil oil on sourdough or a pulled jackfruit jambalaya. Sweets might include homemade doughnuts or waffles.
Book now: Brace & Browns
Slug & Lettuce
A bit more generous than your average, Slug & Lettuce in Bristol offers up two hours of unlimited bubbles for you to enjoy. Prices start from just £28 per person, or you can upgrade to bottomless pornstar martinis for an additional £10. The regular food options are classics like American pancakes, avocado on toast or a full fry, or you can upgrade to more interesting items like a BBQ jackfruit tostada or a southern fried chicken wrap for an extra £3 per person should you prefer.
Book now: Slug & Lettuce
Pitcher & Piano
People can often be a bit snobby about a chain restaurant, 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. For £28 per person 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 a sweet chilli ketchup. A harissa spiced Moroccan baked breakfast also offers something beyond the ordinary, but if you fancy a classic Eggs Benedict and avocado on toast are both present and correct.
Book it: Pitcher & Piano
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