Bottomless brunch in Liverpool: 16 of the booziest and bougiest brunches in the city

Calling all brunch lovers of Liverpool, we have rounded up the best boozy brunches in the city

Updated on • Written By Caroline Hendry

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Bottomless brunch in Liverpool: 16 of the booziest and bougiest brunches in the city

If you can’t begin to think about starting your weekend without brunch then you have come to the right place. We have worked tirelessly to bring you our pick of the booziest and bougiest brunches in Liverpool (we know, it’s a tough job…).

Brunch purists might simply want to enjoy smashed avo on toast with a glass of bubbles. If this sounds like you then The Florist - with its impressive decor and refined menu - could be the destination for you, and *spoiler alert* it includes a brunch pudding menu. Those looking for the ultimate brunch party will adore Neighbourhood with its epic playlists and striking pink decor.

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The phenomenon of bottomless brunch in Liverpool is a relatively new one. If you’re not so familiar with the world of late-morning dining then allow us to enlighten you. Breakfast and lunch join together to make what some might call a far superior meal, brunch. The only way to make this satisfying hybrid of breakfast and lunch even more appealing? Throw in unlimited booze. Traditionally Prosecco was the bottomless beverage of choice but in our epic roundup of Liverpool’s best bottomless brunches you can enjoy everything from pornstar martinis to Aperol spritzes.

Most restaurants offer bottomless brunches for an allotted time only - typically between 90 minutes to two hours. It’s a fact that your liver might thank you for, but we’ve made sure to include all the great value bottomless deals across Liverpool. From bottomless brunch in the city centre to boozy brunch parties in The Baltic Triangle complete with drag cabaret performances, we’ve done all the groundwork so you can discover your next favourite with just a click or two. Start exploring our edit of the best bottomless brunches in Liverpool, so you can cheers to the weekend and celebrate great food and great friends.

Tempest on Tithebarn

A light dining room with a central bar and lounge seating

What: For a bottomless brunch that really celebrates local produce head down to Tempest on Tithebarn where ingredients are sourced locally where possible and the honey on the menu is from the beehives on the roof. In the morning it’s a perfect place for coffee but come the weekend it becomes one of Liverpool’s hottest bottomless brunch spots.
Where: 12 Tithebarn Street, L2 2DT
Book now: Tempest on Tithebarn

Bamboo Brunch & Cocktails

left pink cocktails. Right, shakshuka with poached egg

What: Offering both our favourite meals, Sunday roasts and bottomless brunches, Bamboo is a restaurant that knows what it’s about. We mean endless endless bellinis and prosecco, and a Sunday menu of eggs benedict bagels, maple and bacon French toast, shakshuka and sharing roasts. And if your tastes demand a little more excitement, why not opt for a pulled lamb benedict with toasted pine nuts and upgrade to sip on Espresso Martinis, Margaritas and Daiquiris
Where: 108 Bold Street, L1 4HY
Book now: Bamboo Brunch & Cocktails

PANAM Liverpool

dining room with mezzanine floor and plants

What: Found in the Grade I listed Britannia Pavilion at the Royal Albert Dock, PANAM’s impressive location on Liverpool's waterfront is part of its charm. The restaurant embraces flavours of America in its dishes, along with some British favourites. Bottomless brunch at PANAM is an indulgent affair with menu choices such as Thai curry, burgers, and rump steak with chips. When it comes to the drinks choose from PANAM's signature rum punch, pink gin, vodka, Prosecco or beer.
Where: 22 Britannia Pavillion, L3 4AD
Book now: PANAM Liverpool

The Florist Liverpool

aperol spritzes held over plate of berry pancakes

What: If you are looking for a beautiful brunch setting then head to The Florist on Hardman Street. It’s not just the whimsical decor that makes The Florist worthy of a place on our list, it’s also the fresh take on a bottomless brunch. Dishes start from £9.95 and include the likes of eggs Benedict, superfruit maple waffles and vegan shakshuka. Here, a bottomless booze upgrade costs just £25 and includes Prosecco, Bloody Marys and Aperol Spritzes for 90 minutes of free-flowing fun. 
Where: 24 Hardman Street, L1 9AX
Book now: The Florist Liverpool

Castle St Townhouse

plates of avo toast, full english and eggs benedict

What: Castle St Townhouse in the Cavern Quarter is an all-day dining restaurant that offers a polished brunch menu - of course served with bottomless Prosecco. The smashed avocado on sourdough toast with fresh chilli and cherry tomatoes, or the traditional ceasar salad with extra bacon are both enticing options. A varied choice of sides, including truffle and Parmesan hand-cut chips and garlic bread would make the perfect accompaniment to your boozy brunch.
Where: 25-27 Castle Street, L2 4TA
Book now: Castle St Townhouse

Neighbourhood Liverpool

urban design pink dining room

What: For a bottomless brunch in Liverpool that is filled with fun, head to quirky restaurant and bar, Neighbourhood. Eclectic decor and a vibrant New York-inspired menu ensure this is the destination for a fun-fuelled brunch with friends. Choose from American brunch classics such as the Neighbourhood burger with hot salted fries or consider the truffled mac and cheese with southern fried chicken and team with bottomless vodka, gin, beer, Prosecco or seasonal cocktails.
Where: 62 Castle Street, L2 7LQ
Book now: Neighbourhood

BoBo

tapas plates and bocadillos with crisps and ham

What: This dynamic Iberian wine bar is a reliable Liverpool stalwart, open pretty much all day seven days a week and serving a simple spread of cheeses and charcuterie boards and tapas-style nibbles. The bottomless brunch is much the same, offering unlimited jugs of sangria, prosecco or beer, as well as tasty sandwiches, gooey tortillas and BoBo's famous pastel de nata to finish things off.
Where: 46 Castle Street, L2 7LA
Book now: BoBo

Hafla Hafla

Middle Eastern dining room with climbing plants

What: This street-food vendor turned collection of restaurants offers a taste of the Middle East in the heart of Liverpool. Halfa Halfa (meaning party party in Arabic) is a chic setting, with exposed brick walls and wooden beams juxtaposed with polished tables and grey cushioned seating. The brunch menu offers a choice of shakshukas or opt for the classic twists menu - your brunch favourites with some added Middle Eastern spice, all paired with bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, Prosecco or lager.
Where: 73 Lark Lane, L17 8UP
Book now: Hafla Hafla

Ma Boyles Alehouse & Eatery

aerial view of processo, full english, and eggs

What: Where better to brunch than the pub which was the first place outside of London to have Aperol Spritz on tap? The Ma Boyle's bottomless brunch menu is filled with your favourites, including avocado on toast and eggs Benedict. For something more unsual, try one of Ma’s breakfast bites - a toasted brioche bun with Cheshire sausages, streaky bacon and a free-range fried egg. Those who are particularly peckish might also want to add something from the extensive breakfast extras menu.
Where: 7 Tower Gardens, L3 1LG
Book now: Ma Boyles Alehouse & Eatery

The Brunch and Cocktail Club

french toast with raspberries and cocktails

What: If you are searching for the ultimate bottomless brunch in Liverpool then you have to visit The Brunch and Cocktail Club - that’s right, a whole restaurant dedicated to the concept of brunch and cocktails. For the bottomless brunch, you choose from a selection of original brunch dishes to share including buffalo chicken sliders, vegan pancakes, and loaded rostis with honey pulled pork. Combined with bottomless Prosecco, mimosas, wine, beer or cider, it’s an unmissable experience for brunch professionals.
Where: 37-41 Duke Street, L1 5AP
Book now: The Brunch and Cocktail Club

El Gato Negro

wine glasses cheers over charcuterie board

What: Found in the stone-clad Walker House, El Gato Negro is a Spanish tapas restaurant that is brimming with style. We love the cosy wooden interior draped with trailing ivy almost as much as we love the pretty patio area complete with cascading flower boxes. Bottomless brunch - or should we say Tipsy Tapas - at El Gato Negro is £35 per person and you can enjoy three tapas dishes along with bottomless larger, wine, fizz, sangria or bellinis.
Where: Walker House, L2 3YL
Book now: El Gato Negro Liverpool

Mason’s

restaurant and bar under blue green lights

What: Mason’s explains that it's all about 'cocktails and dreams' and this bougie bar has everything you would expect: vibrant pink neon signs, live music and plenty of insta-friendly photo ops. Mason’s Liverpool bottomless brunch menu includes the restaurant's take on eggs Benedict served on a bagel, lemon and saffron calamari, and buttermilk chicken tenders, along with your choice of bottomless Mason’s cocktails, Prosecco, wine or beer.
Where: 42 Steel Street, L1 4AU
Book now: Mason's Liverpool

Revolucion de Cuba

blue tile table with cocktails and tapas plates

What: Revolucion de Cuba takes you on a journey to the heart of Cuba (via Albert Dock) with its bottomless brunch menu packed full of flavour. Split over two floors, this quirky rum bar also has an outside terrace - perfect for a summer brunch with your pals. Prices vary depending on the day and time of your brunch but start from £25 per person for 90 minutes of bottomless booze and a brunch dish of your choosing. Think burritos, chorizo hash, and churros with Cuban sangria.
Where: Albert Dock, L3 4AF
Book now: Revolucion de Cuba Liverpool

The Alchemist

industrial chic dining room with brown leather

What: The Alchemist Liverpool is located in a beautiful Grade II listed building found on Brunswick Street. The imposing building is the perfect setting for The Alchemist’s special brand of magic. Enjoy an Alchemy cocktail brunch, with loaded baps, maple bacon pancakes, and french toast on offer, along with jaw-dropping theatrical cocktails and some great tunes to keep the revellers revelling. 
Where: 5 Brunswick Street, L2 0UU
Book now: The Alchemist Liverpool

Las Iguanas

nachos, empanadas and cocktails against pink background

What: Add a Latin American vibe to your next bottomless brunch by heading to Las Iguanas on Paradise Street. For just £29.95 you can order a brunch main of your choice, with free-flowing Prosecco, beer or, for an additional £5, bottomless cocktails. Of course, the brunch menu has a Latin influence, with triple fish tacos, spicy breakfast bowls, and Mexican rice dishes all featured. The best part? This is one of the few Liverpool bottomless brunches with two hours on the table. 
Where: 14 Paradise Street, L1 8JF
Book now: Las Iguanas Liverpool

Turtle Bay

plates of calamari and prawns with tropical cocktails

What: Turtle Bay Victoria Street will give your bottomless brunch a two-hour Caribbean makeover. You'll be spoilt for choice. With plenty of flavoursome dishes to choose from, like the jerk chicken roti wrap and soft bara roti with sweet plantain, enjoyed with bottomless cocktails, mocktails, Prosecco or Red Stripe.
Where: 6A Victoria Street, L2 6QE
Book now: Turtle Bay Victoria Street

Still looking for more? Explore our directory of restaurants in Liverpool and book your next brunch, lunch or dinner.

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