21 of the booziest, best bottomless brunches in Leeds

Because it’s not just avocados that get smashed at weekends

Updated on 12 August 2021

21 of the booziest, best bottomless brunches in Leeds

We’ve covered bottomless brunch in Edinburgh, Birmingham and Bristol, and now we’re shining a light on the best bottomless brunches Leeds has to offer. Locals and visitors can look forward to some of the usual favourites when it comes to bottomless brunch – the likes of smashed avocado on toast and stacks of buttermilk pancakes – along with some more unusual offerings (katsu curry, anyone?) and plenty of tasty tipples to ramp up the fun. 

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Leeds, we think, just happens to be one of the best cities in the UK to find a bite to eat come that tricky time between breakfast and brunch, when specifically, you fancy a drink to two, too. Yup, we’re talking the best bottomless brunch Leeds has to offer, and we’ve done the hard work for you in sampling many of the local delights to come up with this ultimate list. tough job, yada, yada.

We know no two bottomless brunch needs are the same, which is why we’ve included a range of options – from unlimited prosecco to a few fancy cocktails. The beauty of bottomless brunch (Leeds-based, or anywhere else for that matter) is that you can use them to stave off a hangover, begin a big day out, drown your sorrows, celebrate successes or for any other 5031 reasons. Really, we think there’s not an occasion bottomless brunch isn’t the perfect setting for. So, without further ado, here are our favourite bottomless brunches Leeds has to offer.

Bottoms up!

East 59th

What: This trendy New York style rooftop bar and restaurant is a great spot in which to start the weekend, particularly when you factor in its fantastic rooftop bottomless brunch. Here you can feast on the likes of avocado on toast, eggs cooked in various ways, and burgers, all while enjoying free-flowing bubbly or Bloody Marys for 90 minutes. It’s worth noting that East 59th’s weekend bottomless brunch is popular with groups and parties, so it’s best to book ahead.
Where: 47 Victoria Gate, LS2 7AU
How much? £15 per person for bottomless drinks, dishes priced separatley 
Book now: East 59th

Fleur Cafe

What? Arguably one of the prettiest dining destinations in Leeds, Fleur Cafe’s walls are adorned with floral detailing, butterflies and neon signs, and the brunch dishes are just as aesthetically pleasing as the decor. Choose from unlimited prosecco or mocktails along with a brunch dish of your choice, paired with one of the restaurants ‘side eats’. Mains include coconut pancakes, smashed avocado on toast and French toast, while ‘side eats’ are smaller choices to accompany your main, including ‘drooling fries’ and mac ‘n’ cheese.
Where? The Light, LS18TL
How much? From £24.95 per person
Book now: Fleur Cafe

Gaucho Leeds

What: Gaucho’s Electro Brunch Feast is an epicurean's dream thanks to its provision of unlimited food and drink to the tune of whatever smooth beats the DJ feels like spinning that day. This bottomless brunch package includes all sorts of brunch dishes, from eggs Benedict to bacon sarnies, steak and eggs, and burrata on sourdough, plus an epic line-up of free-flowing cocktails. It’s pricey, but worth it.
Where: 21/22 Park row, LS1 5JF
How much? £57.50
Book now: Gaucho Leeds

Crafthouse

What: So this “brunch” is actually a Sunday roast (sorry, not sorry), but it does involve free-flowing prosecco or red wine, so we’ve included it anyway. Diners looking to get a little merry while indulging in the likes of Cornish crab followed by roast beef or lamb won’t be disappointed as the option to add bottomless booze for 90 minutes is a mere £15 extra. Rude not to, really.
Where: Level 5, 70 Boar Lane, LS1 6HW
How much? £15 per person for bottomless drinks, dishes priced separatley
Book now: Crafthouse

Issho

What: Issho – which means ‘together’ in Japanese – champions dishes that are designed to be shared among family and friends, and its weekend brunch menu is no different. Served buffet style, with hot dishes served to the table on request, this contemporary Japanese dining destination’s bottomless brunch offer includes a wide selection of sushi, ramen and donburi to soak up the fizz that flows freely for 90 minutes.
Where: Victoria Gate, LS2 7AU
How much? £15 per person for bottomless drinks, dishes priced separatley
Book now: Issho

Bar Soba

What: A quaint spot for eggs and a glass of fizz or two with your mother-in-law Bar Soba is definitely not, but if you’re looking to kick-start your weekend in funky surroundings with plenty of bottomless booze, it’s just the ticket.  There are two bottomless brunch packages available: one limited to free-flowing prosecco and bottled beer and another that also includes selected cocktails. You won’t find the usual breakfast dishes here so instead get ready to tuck into Pan-Asian dishes like katsu curry and pad Thai.
Where: 6 Greek St, LS1 5RW
How much? £35 per person
Book now: Bar Soba Leeds

The Botanist

What? If you’re looking for a bottomless brunch that is classic and reliable then head to The Botanist. Build your own personalised brunch board - including eggs, a selection of meats, grains, fruits, baked goods, a brunch dessert and your choice of juice boost shot, and then complete with bottomless drinks for 90 minutes.
Where? 67 Boar Lane, LS1 6HW
How much? £30pp including brunch and drinks
Book now: The Botanist - Leeds

All Bar One

What? All Bar One pride themselves on a ‘gram-worthy bottomless brunch experience - a bold claim! Picture-perfect brunch options include classics such as belgian waffles topped with maple syrup, strawberries, blueberry compote and Greek-style yogurt, and eggs benedict topped with omega seeds and lemon hollandaise. Priced at £35 for one brunch dish and bottomless prosecco, mimosas or Bloody Marys.
Where? 27 East Parade, LS1 5BN
How much? £30 per person
Book now: All Bar One Greek Street, Leeds

Red’s True Barbecue

What? As you would expect, Red’s True Barbecue offers a seriously smokey barbecue brunch, with slow cooked pork, beef and chicken on the menu. Smoked beans on toast and portobello mushroom with BBQ beans on toast ensure that the vegetarians have just as hearty a brunch choice when dining here. For £29.95 you can have a brunch item of your choosing and 90 minutes of unlimited cocktails, wine, beer or prosecco.
Where? Cloth Hall Street, LS1 2HD
How much? £29.95 per person
Book now: Red’s True Barbecue Leeds

Sky Lounge Leeds

What? Sky Lounge offers unrivalled views of Leeds and is a picture perfect location for an impressive rooftop bottomless brunch. Enjoy unlimited pornstar martinis, bellinis, Bloody Marys or prosecco, along with a two course brunch for £25 per person.
Where? 2 Wharf Approach, LS1 4BR
How much? £25 per person
Book now: Sky Lounge Leeds

Slug & Lettuce

What? Bottomless brunch at Slug & Lettuce is one of the more generous offerings with £28 buying you two hours of free-flowing drinks. The brunch menu keeps it traditional with avocado on toast, eggs benedict and full English options all on the menu. If you’re really in the mood for a decadent brunch then you could try the restaurant’s signature offering of pornstar pancakes - fluffy American-style pancakes topped with a passionfruit sauce. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available.
Where? 24/28 Boar Lane, LS1 5DA
How much? £28 per person
Book now: Slug & Lettuce Leeds

Las Iguanas

What? Add some Latin flavour to your bottomless brunch by heading to Las Iguanas. This Latin American restaurant chain offers one of the most extensive bottomless cocktail menus on our list so it’s perfect if you and your pals are looking for a boozy brunch with a bit of variety. Dishes on the menu include enchiladas, burritos and juicy burgers that all pack a punch.
Where? Unit 3, Cloth Hall Street
How much? From £29.95 per person
Book now: Las Iguanas Leeds

Bella Italia

What? Brunch doesn’t have to be all about smashed avo on toast, head to Bella Italia to enjoy pizza and bottomless prosecco. £29.95 buys you a two course brunch and bottomless prosecco, or pay an additional £3 to upgrade to rose prosecco. If you have a sweet tooth then you might want to choose some of the brunch desserts, including cookie dough al forno or traditional tiramisu.
Where? 145 Briggate Street, LS1 6BR
How much? From £29.95 per person
Book now: Bella Italia Leeds

The Wardrobe

What? When you think of The Wardrobe you may first think of a venue packed full of live events, but the destination’s restaurant isn’t to be overlooked. Bottomless brunch at The Wardrobe offers 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, beer or cocktails, along with a brunch dish of your choosing. The menu keeps things classic but varied with cinnamon toast, fried chicken and waffles and fluffy buttermilk pancakes.
Where? 6 St Peter’s Square, LS9 8AH
How much? £25 per person
Book now: The Wardrobe

Dirty Martini

What? For a bottomless brunch worthy of the ‘gram, Dirty Martini has it all, luxe interiors, chic cocktails and brunch dishes beautifully served on a birdcage. Drinks include passion fruit martinis, prosecco, pink gin & tonics and espresso martinis and your brunch birdcage will be filled with beef and cheese sliders, sweet potato friends, tomato & basil arancini and much more, with vegan and vegetarian options available.
Where? 31 King Street, LS1 2HL
How much? £35 per person

Revolucion de Cuba

What? One of the most affordable bottomless brunches in our round-up - the Revolucion de Cuba bottomless brunch starts at just £20 per person and is available to order every day. Classic dishes are given a Cuban twist with hints of spice and heaps of flavour.
Where? Unit 17 Albert Dock, L3 4AF
How much? £20 per person

The Lost & Found

What: If you’re on the hunt for a decadent den away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you’ll love this branch of The Lost & Found. Plush, low-lit interiors and the promise of free-flowing Bloody Marys, mimosas, Bellinis or prosecco come together to ensure it remains a perennially popular spot for weekend brunch enthusiasts. The indulgent brunch dishes on offer – which include the likes of peanut butter and jam toast, Turkish eggs, and buttermilk pancakes – are pretty fab too.
Where: 12 Greek Street, LS1 5PT
How much? £28 per person

Shear’s Yard

What: High ceilings, exposed brickwork and contemporary fittings make this independent kitchen and bar in The Calls a great place to catch up with friends over a lazy Saturday brunch. Here you’ll find smart riffs on classic brunch dishes, such as streaky bacon or Scottish smoked salmon on toasted sourdough with onion marmalade, hen’s egg and cheddar sauce to go with a selection of bottomless tipples including Aperol Spritz, prosecco and Amstel.
Where: 11-15 Wharf Street, LS2 7EH
How much? £27.50

Manahatta

What: Bottomless brunch at this massive party bar is so popular it’s available every day of the week! Choose from a selection of classic brunch dishes, including buttermilk pancakes with Nutella, toasted hazelnuts and cream; smashed avocado and poached egg on a toasted English muffin; and a full English, and get stuck into as many proseccos, Bloody Marys, Coors' or Aperol Spritzes as you like.
Where: 11 Merrion St, Leeds, LS1 6PG
How much? £29.95

Neighbourhood Restaurant

What: If you like your brunch served with a side of fries and as much gin, vodka, prosecco, beer and cocktails as you fancy, Leeds’ Neighbourhood Restaurant should be on your hit list. Edgy interiors, which include graffitied walls, pink banquette seating and neon signs also help with that buzzy weekend vibe, while dishes such as avocado on toast and eggs royale will keep you satisfied. 
Where: 5 Greek Street, LS1 5SX
How much? £35 per person

Banyan

What: Super-friendly staff, hearty brunch dishes and bottomless prosecco, Coors, Bloody Marys and Aperol Spritz are a pretty awesome combination, which is why bottomless brunch at Banyan is so popular. It’s also really reasonably priced, so whether you’ve got something special to celebrate or just want to start your weekend the way you mean to go on, Banyan is a great shout.
Where: The Old Post Office, 2 City Square, LS1 2ES
How much? £29.95 per person

For more great places to dine, check out our round-up of the best restaurants in Leeds