There’s nothing quite like free-flowing cocktails or endless bubbles to celebrate the arrival of a new weekend. Especially in Leeds, a city that's unashamedly obsessed with all things brunch, you'll find a wealth of spots serving pancakes and prosecco until you feel marginally queasy – it's all part of the fun. From a New York inspired cocktail bar to one particular spot where the menu is headed up by a former MasterChef finalist, our list of the best bottomless brunches in Leeds includes the finest affairs in town.
Whether you’re a student on a budget, or are looking to celebrate a milestone birthday, there is a boozy brunch in this list to suit you. Discover a wealth of popular chain restaurants in Leeds that offer this endlessly popular mid-morning affair at a reasonable price. Look to the likes of Las Iguanas, All Bar One, and Revolucion de Cuba for some of the best cheap bottomless brunches Leeds has to offer.
Of course, we understand that no two bottomless brunch needs are the same, and that everyone has their own favourite tipple. So, whether you’re a die-hard fizz fan, are barmy for beer, or can never have too many cocktails, you’ll find a bottomless offering suited to your own personal tastes right here. Of course, top-quality food is promised at all of the places below, from classic brunch staples to Japanese, Mexican and more.
Yes, Leeds just happens to be one of the best cities in the UK to experience the decadent joys of bottomless brunch. Whether you’re beginning a big day out, staving off a hangover, or celebrating someone’s successes, these brilliant boozy brunch menus are sure to elevate any occasion. Have a scroll to find our top picks in the city, then go ahead and book one for this weekend.
Fléur Restaurant and Bar
What? Arguably one of the prettiest dining destinations in Leeds, Fléur Restaurant and Bar's walls are adorned with floral detailing, butterflies and neon signs, and the brunch dishes are just as aesthetically pleasing. Choose from unlimited prosecco, pink gin or a choice of cocktails or mocktails for 90 minutes, along with a brunch starter and small plate of your choice. Dishes include the likes of chicken keema nachos, a grilled halloumi burger and a breakfast bap.
Where? The Light, LS1 8TL
How much? From £29.95 per person
Book now: Fleur Restaurant and Bar
What: So this brunch is actually a Sunday roast (sorry, not sorry), but it does involve free-flowing prosecco or red wine, so we think it technically makes the cut. Diners looking to get a little merry while indulging in the likes of tuna tataki followed by roast beef or lamb won’t be disappointed. Bottomless booze for 90 minutes is only £25 extra. Rude not to, really.
Where: Level 5, 70 Boar Lane, LS1 6HW
How much? £25 per person for bottomless drinks
Book now: Crafthouse
What: Gamify your bottomless brunch experience at Flight Club just off South Parade. Housed in a grade II-listed building, this impressive venue offers a beautiful backdrop if you’re celebrating a special occasion. A two-hour brunch session involves a bottle of prosecco each, bottomless pizza and a game of social darts.
Where: Sovereign House 1-2 South Parade, LS1 5QL
How much: £30 per person
Book now: Flight Club
What: A quaint spot for eggs and a glass of fizz or two with your mother-in-law, Bar Soba is definitely not (sober), but if you’re looking to kick-start your weekend in funky surroundings with plenty of bottomless booze, it’s just the ticket. Available Friday-Sunday, 12-4pm, guests can choose a dish of their choice with freel-flowing prosecco, beer or cocktails. You won't find any classic brunch dishes on the menu here though - expect pad Thai, a soba beef burger and teriyaki noodles.
Where: 6 Greek Street, LS1 5RW
How much? £35 per person
Book now: Bar Soba
All Bar One
What? All Bar One's boozy brunch is available every day until 4pm, and at just over £30 a head, is a pretty good deal if you ask us. Picture-perfect brunch options include classics such as French toast with bacon and maple syrup, and eggs royale with lemon hollandaise. When it comes to the booze, you have a huge range of choice! There's bottomless prosecco, G&Ts, Aperol Spritz', beer or cocktails, or you can pay a £10 supplement and choose from Espresso Martinis, Porn Star Martinis, or Long Island Iced Tea.
Where? 27 East Parade, LS1 5BN
How much? £32 per person
Book now: All Bar One Greek Street
Sky Lounge Leeds
What? Sky Lounge offers unrivalled views of Leeds and is a picture perfect location for an impressive rooftop bottomless brunch. The menu includes a selection of continental meats and cheeses for the table, followed by one brunch main per person, such as chicken 'n' waffles, mushrooms on toast and smoked salmon frittata. Wash it down with 90 minutes of cocktails, fizz, or spirit and mixers.
Where? 2 Wharf Approach, LS1 4BR
How much? From £35 per person
Book now: Sky Lounge
What? The Wardrobe might be known for hosting live events, but the venue's bar and kitchen 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. Look out for 'Mick Muffins' filled with the likes of sausage, cheese and a fried egg, along with a host of meat, veggie and vegan burgers.
Where? 6 St Peter’s Square, LS9 8AH
How much? £30 per person
Book now: The Wardrobe
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 and basil arancini and much more, with vegan and vegetarian options available.
Where? 31 King Street, LS1 2HL
How much? £37.50 per person
Book now: Dirty Martini
Revolucion de Cuba
What? One of the most affordable bottomless brunches in our round-up, the Revolucion de Cuba bottomless brunch starts at just £35 per person and includes all sort of brunch favourites - from a churros and pancake stack to a spicy fried chicken burger. Wash it down with bottomless Mimosas, Cuban Iced Tea, Disaronno Fizz, San Miguel beer and more. For an extra £10, you can choose from a premium drinks list, or go completely boozeless if you prefer!
Where? Unit 17 Albert Dock, L3 4AF
How much? £35 per person
Book now: Revolucion de Cuba
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 – cornflake chicken waffles, and halloumi flatbreads – are pretty fab too.
Where: 12 Greek Street, LS1 5PT
How much? £35 per person
Book now: The Lost & Found
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 a halloumi and mango chutney bagel, a lemon and mascarpone pancake stack, and smashed avocado and eggs on toast, and get stuck into as many proseccos, Bloody Marys, Coors' or Aperol Spritzes as you like.
Where: 11 Merrion Street, LS1 6PG
How much? £35.95 per person
Book now: Manahatta
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? £38 per person
Book now: Neighbourhood Restaurant
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? £34.95 per person
Book now: Banyan
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 £31.95 per person
Book now: Las Iguanas
For more great places to brunch, check out our round-up of the best regular brunches in Leeds.