The best bottomless brunches in Nottingham: 16 boozy brunch ideas

Discover our picks of the best bottomless brunches that Nottingham has to offer - because what is brunch without a side of endless booze?

Updated on 09 June 2021 • Written By Caroline Hendry

The best bottomless brunches in Nottingham: 16 boozy brunch ideas

Do you remember a time when brunch wasn’t paired with free flowing mimosas or endless glasses of prosecco? We can't, and frankly, we don't want to. If you can’t begin to think of attending a brunch that isn’t bottomless then you have come to the right place. We have picked out the best bottomless brunches that Nottingham restaurants have to offer, from the traditional right through to the weird and wonderful. If you are looking for avo on toast with a glass of something sparkly then we’ve got it, however, if you’re open to widening your definition of “brunch” then you will find a whole host of new options, we have covered everything from bottomless pizza brunches to endless afternoon tea.

If you’re not quite so familiar with the world of bottomless brunches then allow us to explain. Breakfast and lunch come together to create - in our opinion - a far superior meal, brunch. All you then need to do is add in some free flowing booze and there you have a bottomless brunch. Restaurants will generally allow you a 90 minute time slot, or two hours if you’re lucky!

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Whether you are looking for a fun and different date idea or planning a fun brunch with friends, explore our list of the best bottomless brunches in Nottingham, with something to suit every budget and every palette. Why not plan to try each and every bottomless brunch on the list so you can become a true connoisseur of the Nottingham brunch scene? Start planning your next visit now.

The Copper Cafe

What? A Sunday brunch is something to be worshipped and we think The Copper Cafe’s offering is most definitely worthy. Running from 9am to 5pm every Sunday, you can really stretch the term of brunch when it comes to your timings. The menu is awash with hearty food choices, brunch burritos, a choice of omelettes and even a brunch burger all feature. When it comes to the booze, it’s up to you, keep it classic with bottomless mimosas or bellinis, or for a splash of summer opt for pimms.
Where: 27-33 Market Street, NG1 6HX
How much? £15 for your choice of bottomless drink, food priced separately
Book now: The Copper Cafe

The Alchemist

What? Not quite a bottomless brunch but the “boundless brunch” at The Alchemist offers a decent amount of booze for your buck, or you can opt to make it bottomless for an extra £10. The menu is full of brunch classics with a sprinkling of the Alchemist’s famous quirky magic. Choose from the likes of avocado and squash on toast, waffles and wings with a maple mustard glaze or the salt beef benedict. Then team your food with a choice of quirky cocktails - each one with a splash of Chambord black raspberry liqueur.
Where? 11 King Street, NG1 2AY
How much? £25 for three drinks and a brunch dish, £35 for bottomless drinks and a brunch dish
Book now: The Alchemist

Revolucion de Cuba

What? Turn your bottomless brunch in Nottingham into a Cuban fiesta by visiting Revolucion de Cuba. For just £20, you can enjoy a brunch dish from the menu along with a bottomless beverage from their drinks selection. This bargain brunch of course has a Cuban twist with plenty of crispy patatas, spicy tomato sauce and fiery chorizo on the menu. One of the wider drinks selections for bottomless brunch, Strawberry Daiquiris, Aperol spritz, Spanish beer and prosecco are just some of the choices on the menu.
Where? 26-28 Market Street
How much? £20 for bottomless drinks and a brunch dish
Book now: Revolucion de Cuba

Das Kino

What? For the ultimate party brunch, then Das Kino’s Now That’s What I Call Brunch is filled with everything you need for an afternoon full of fun. Priced at £39.95, it’s one of the more expensive bottomless brunches on the list but you do get an afternoon filled with entertainment, along with plenty to eat and drink. Enjoy free flowing prosecco and disco cocktails with unlimited pizza, all while you play games of Drag Queen bingo and listen to the best - and worst - of the pop-music scene from the last thirty years...count us in.
Where? 22 Fletcher Gate, NG1 2FZ
How much? £39.95
Book now: Das Kino

Bella Italia

What? Yes, believe it or not, well-loved Italian restaurant chain Bella Italia offer a bottomless brunch. This Italian feast includes two courses and bottomless prosecco, with prices from £27.95. Those with a sweet tooth can choose to have a main dish followed by a decadent dessert, or for a more savoury palette, one of the authentic Italian starters will appeal. Menu items included a limited number of Bella Italia’s signature dishes, including pizza, pasta and risotto dishes. Desserts include a choice of ice-cream from the Gelato cart, the restaurant's much-loved cookie dough alforno or the Italian purists are likely to opt for the Tiramisu.
Where? G4-6 Corner House, Forman Street, NG1 4DB
How much? £27.95
Book now: Bella Italian Nottingham

The Pudding Pantry

What? You could be fooled into thinking that brunch at The Pudding Pantry was exclusively for those with a sweet tooth, but their bottomless brunch offering - priced at £29.95 per person - gives you a choice of main, followed by - of course - one of the restaurant’s signature desserts, with a bottomless beverage of your choosing. For your main dish consider one of the hearty options such as the streaky bacon sandwich or the spicy shakshuka, followed by one of the unmissable desserts - we particularly like the look of the salted caramel chocolate fondant and the raspberry and rose macaroons. Of course in true Pudding Pantry style, you could make it a double dessert and swap a traditional main for one of their renowned pancake stacks with lashings of maple syrup and crispy bacon.
Where? 27-29 Trinity Square, NG1 4AF
How much? £29.95 per person
Book now: The Pudding Pantry

Brewhouse & Kitchen

What? Brewhouse & Kitchen’s bottomless brunch appears to have been replaced with a prosecco brunch, so not quite bottomless but still brilliantly boozy enough to be included in our round up. Choose from three of the small plate brunch options with half a bottle of prosecco for £16 - perfect if you are looking for a boozy brunch on a budget. The Nottingham outpost of this pub chain also has an impressive outdoor seating area, ideal for summer dining al-fresco.
Where? Trent Bridge, NG2 2GS
How much? £16 for three dishes and half a bottle of prosecco
Book now: Brewhouse & Kitchen Nottingham

Pieminister

What? If we told you to think of the perfect dish to pair with prosecco, we’re pretty sure that a pie wouldn’t be top of your list, but bizarrely, it works. Head to Pieminister for your fill of bottomless prosecco teamed with your choice of pie - there’s something about copious amounts of buttery pastry teamed with a glass of bubbles that just feels so right? 90 minutes of all the prosecco you can drink and your pick of pie from the menu will set you back just £20. You even have the option of adding sides of halloumi sticks and pigs in blankets, we’re sold.
Where? 57 Long Row, NG1 6JB 
How much? £20 per person
Book now: Pieminister

The Hockley Arts Club

What? So this *technically* isn’t a bottomless brunch, however, we think it’s definitely still worth a place on the list - it’s The Hockley Arts Club’s bottomless afternoon tea. If you want to add some elegance to your indulgence then this is the occasion for you. Taking place every Saturday at The Hockley Arts Club, diners can enjoy a decadent afternoon tea, complete with finger sandwiches, cakes and other sweet treats, accompanied with the restaurant’s signature iced-tea pot cocktails.
Where? 20a Carlton Street, NG11NN
How much? £34.95
Book online: The Hockley Arts Club 

All Bar One

What? If you’re looking for a reliable bottomless brunch then head to All Bar One, their ‘gram worthy brunch is £30 per person and offers bottomless prosecco, bellinis or Bloody Marys, along with your choice of dish from the brunch menu. You will find all the classics, along with a host of appealing vegetarian options. We are fans of the barbecue chicken waffles and the picture perfect sweet belgian waffles topped with blueberry greek yogurt and fresh berries.
Where? Unit 3, Weekday Cross, NG1 2GB
How much? £30 per person
Book online: All Bar One Nottingham

Slug and Lettuce

What? Rather than the usual 90 minute brunch slot, Slug & Lettuce offer a generous two hour bottomless brunch so you can truly pace yourself - or fit in another 30 minutes of bottomless beverages - the choice is up to you. This reliable chain offers up traditional brunch menu options such as eggs benedict and smashed avocado on toast, or daring diners might opt for their renowned pornstar pancakes - a Slug & Lettuce favourite. When looking for a bottomless brunch at Slug & Lettuce in Nottingham, you actually have two choices, the Slug and Lettuce Cornerstone or the Slug & Lettuce Market Square.
Where? Various locations
How much? £28 per person
Book online: Slug & Lettuce Cornerhouse | Slug & Lettuce Market Square

Las Iguanas

What? Head to Las Iguanas for a latin take on your bottomless brunch. At £25.99 per person, you will receive a starter, a main and your choice of bottomless prosecco or beer, or add £5 for bottomless cocktails. The menu is awash with traditional brunch menu items with a splash of latino flavour. Start your brunch with spicy nachos or sticky chicken wings, followed by the Las Iguanas breakfast burrito for an authentic Las Iguanas experience.
Where? Unit B1 Chapel Bar, NG1 6JS
How much? £25.99 per person
Book now: Las Iguanas Nottingham

Red’s True Barbecue

What? For a bottomless brunch that packs a serious punch, head to Red True Barbecue. For £29.95 you will get unlimited drinks and a seriously meaty menu. The traditional English breakfast is given a Texan twist with the addition of smokey beans and helpings of Texas toast. Vegetarians needn’t feel left out, as there is a smoky barbecued veggie version complete with Portobello mushrooms and tater tots. If you’re looking to go all out then the brunch for two will get you barbecued beef brisket, XXXL smoked chicken wings, giant onion rings, meaty barbecue beans and a lot more.
Where? 11 Queen's Street, NG1 2BL
How much? From £29.95 per person
Book online: Red's True Barbecue Nottingham

Turtle Bay

What? Choose a bottomless brunch with some Carribean flair at Turtle Bay. Vibrant decor and a fun and relaxed atmosphere make Turtle Bay in Nottingham the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy unlimited cocktails for two hours. The Turtle Bay bottomless brunch adds some Carribean spice to your usual mid-morning feast, with curry goat hash, smashed avocado on toast with the addition of jerk bacon and lots more options. Drinks options include bottomless prosecco, cocktails or Red Stripe.
Where? The Cornerhouse, NG1 4DB
How much? £28.50
Book online: Turtle Bay Nottingham

Browns

For a failsafe brunch option, head to Browns. Their bottomless brunch offers 90 minutes of light brunch dishes paired with some tantalizing tipples. Choose from unlimited prosecco, bellinis or Bloody Marys for £35 per person. If you’re planning something extra special then elevate your brunch with the £55 option which gives you unlimited Moët & Chandon Impérial or Moët & Chandon Impérial Rosé. The Browns lobster benedict really caught our eye, or the smoked pancetta buttermilk pancakes with savoury walnut and maple syrup offers a delicate balance between sweet and savoury.
Where? 20 Park Row, NG1 6GR
How much? From £35 per person
Book online: Browns Nottingham

Pitcher & Piano

What? For a bottomless brunch in Nottingham in a beautiful location, Pitcher & Piano can be found housed in an old church. Vaulted ceilings, impressive windows and stunning decor help to make this a picture perfect setting for your brunch. Pitcher & Piano’s bottomless brunch is available every weekend and can be paired with prosecco, bellinis, mimosas, aperol spritz or pints of Amstel. The menu includes your typical brunch favourites, including sourdough topped with avocado or if you’re feeling hungry then the brunch burger, complete with Monterey jack cheese, maple-smoked bacon and a fried free range egg topped with hash browns, all finished with a side of skinny fries and purple coleslaw.
Where? The Unitarian Church, High Pavement, NG1 1HN
How much? £28 per person
Book now: Pitcher & Piano Nottingham

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