The best bottomless brunches in Nottingham: 11 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?

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The best bottomless brunches in Nottingham: 11 boozy brunch ideas

Can you even remember a time when brunch wasn’t paired with free flowing mimosas or endless glasses of prosecco? We certainly can't, and quite frankly, we don't want to either. For the uninitiated, brunch is the combination of breakfast and lunch, taking the best elements of the two meals and creating something that, in our opinion, is far superior. The addition of free-flowing booze, whether that’s Prosecco or cocktails, makes it bottomless.

Most restaurants allow a 90-minute slot, or two hours if you’re extra lucky.  If, like us, you can’t bear the idea of going for brunch which doesn’t involve multiple bottles of Prosecco, you’ve come to the right place. We have picked out the very best bottomless brunches that Nottingham's restaurants have to offer. If you’re in the mood for something classic, be it avocado on toast or the humble omelette, with a glass of something sparkly, we’ve got you covered. If you’re up for something a bit more daring, or you’re ready to expand your definition of brunch, you’ll also find a whole host of new options below. Who doesn’t like the sound of bottomless pizza?


Whether you’re planning on brunching with a date, or a mate, or you’re looking for something a bit different to do with your family, you can use our extensive list of the best bottomless brunches in Nottingham to find the right place for you. We've made sure to include a range of cuisines, as well as brunches suited to every budget, to ensure you'll find somewhere to go. 

If you’re looking to take it to the next level, and you’re really passionate about Nottingham’s brunch scene, you could even make it your mission to try every single brunch in this list. You’d earn the title of a true brunch connoisseur. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your next visit now.

The Magic Garden

The inside of the Magic Garden with multi coloured walls and scallopped shaped sheets

What: With the promise of a magical teapot cocktail and tapas, as well as bottomless Prosecco, this ‘quite magical’ bottomless brunch is the ideal way to spend a Saturday. With tapas classics such as padron peppers to pulled pork sliders and tempura prawns, there’s plenty to get stuck into, and that’s before the bottomless-ness. For those who know what they like, there’s the choice of Corona or Prosecco. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, why not try a Grapefruit Fizz or a Pink or Purple cocktail?
How much: £39.95 per person
Where: 22 Fletcher Gate, NG1 2FZ
Book now: The Magic Garden


Burgers and a fry up with an espresso martini and a pint

What: This two hour bottomless brunch has everything you could possibly want from the boozy affair. Whether you’re desperate for a proper fry up with all the trimmings, you like the sound of avocado and hot honey on toast, or you can’t resist 1kg of chicken or cauli wings, you’ll be chuffed with what's on offer here. There’s also a range of pizzas and burgers, if that's more your vibe. Drinks wise, choose from cocktails, cider, Guinness or lager.
How much: From £31 per person on Sunday to Friday, £33 per person on Saturday
Where: The Poultry, NG1 2HW
Book now: Huddl

Revolucion de Cuba

A chorizo hash with potatoes, a fried egg and spring onion

What: Are you dreaming of crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches? Us too. While we can't guarantee a holiday quite like that, you can get fairly close with a bottomless brunch booking at Revolucion de Cuba, which offers 90 minutes of escapism thanks to its tropical offering. Think breakfast quesadillas, spicy fried chicken burgers or a vegan take on a classic fried breakfast. You can wash it down with Strawberry Daiquiris, Peach Bellinis or, if you're feeling extra fancy, a Pornstar Rumtini, which is available as part of the premium brunch.
Where: 26-28 Market Street, NG1 6HW
How much: From £32.50 per person
Book now: Revolucion de Cuba

Das Kino

Now that's I call brunch flyer on the table with cutlery, bowls and people in the background

What: Who doesn’t like the sound of disco-themed cocktails, Drag Queen bingo, free flowing Prosecco and unlimited pizza? That’s exactly what’s on offer at Das Kino’s 'NOW! That’s What I Call Brunch' event. Better yet, it’s set to the soundtrack of all the music you've loved and loathed over the past 30 years. If you’ve got other things to do on a Saturday afternoon, there’s an ‘After Dark’ option just for you. You can expect the same level of fun, plus entry to NON-STOP POP - a poptastic party! 
Where: 22 Fletcher Gate, NG1 2FZ
How much: £47.95 per person, or £41.95 per person for After Dark
Book now: Das Kino

The Pudding Pantry

Eggs Benedict with yellow hollandaise sauce served on fluffy pancakes

What: Do you like the sound of brunch classics with a twist? Think everything from soft brioche rolls filled with smoky bacon, sausage, fried eggs and hash browns to eggs Benedict served on two fluffy pancakes. There’s a whole load of choice on the drinks front too, whether you’re in the mood for a glass of Prosecco, house wine or cocktails.
How much: £29.95 per person
Where: 27-29 Trinity Square, NG1 4AF
Book now: The Pudding Pantry

The Hockley Arts Club

A tea plate full of sandwiches and cakes with cups, saucers, a bottle of Prosecco and two glasses

What: Unsure whether you’re in the mood for afternoon tea or bottomless brunch? Look no further than The Hockley Arts Club which has combined the two. On Saturdays, you can expect a delectable selection of savoury and sweet treats. If you like the sound of a crispy BLT, mushroom, shallot and thyme puffs, or lemon and raspberry cake you won’t be disappointed. In terms of drinks, you can look forward to its signature peach iced tea cocktail, as well as bottomless Prosecco. This really is the best of both worlds.
How much: £37.95 per person
Where: 20a Carlton Street, NG1 1NN
Book now: The Hockley Arts Club

All Bar One

Two hands cheersing with a glass of Prosecco and a mimosa

What: You can’t go wrong with All Bar One’s bottomless brunch. The menu doesn’t mess around, offering everyone’s favourite classics from a full English and eggs Royale, to French toast served with glazed peaches, raspberries and vanilla ice cream. If you are in the mood for something more savoury, whether that’s a Pad Thai or a plant-based burger, you can also choose from the ‘lunching’ menu. Peroni and Prosecco make it bottomless, but there is also a chance to upgrade, whether you’re passionate for Pornstar Martinis or in the mood for Whispering Angel rose.
How much: From £34 per person: £44 per person with cocktails, £55 for two brunch dishes and a bottle of Whispering Angel
Where: Unit 3, Weekday Cross, NG1 2GB
Book now: All Bar One

Slug & Lettuce

A cocktail served in a big wine glass with a selection of food including nachos and toast

What: Are you woo woo for waffles? You’ll certainly enjoy the Slug & Lettuce’s two hour, bottomless extravaganza. Whether your tipple of choice is Prosecco, you’re partial to a Bloody Mary or you just love Sex On The Beach, there's plenty to tickle your fancy. Food wise, options range from the classic, like a house breakfast or a sausage sandwich, to the indulgent, like waffle eggs or berry pancake tacos. 
How much: From £33 per person
Where: Forman Street, NG1 4DB; 49 Long Row, NG1 6JB
Book now: Slug & Lettuce Cornerstone and Slug & Lettuce Market Square

Las Iguanas

A selection of tacos, burritos, cocktails, beer and gin and tonic

What: Available between 11am and 11pm, brunch is an all day affair at Las Iguanas. Choose between bottomless beers or cocktails - we particularly like the sound of the Wray of Sunshine - and choose your brunch main of choice. Think Mexican rice and chilli bowls, chicken triple tacos or a fiesta ensalada. You won’t be going hungry!
How much: £34.95 per person
Where: 4 Chapel Bar, NG1 6JS
Book now: Las Iguanas

Turtle Bay

A group of people cheersing with cocktails over a table which is full of different dishes and sides including sweet potato fries

What: Turtle Bay's boozy brunch features two hours of endless cocktails, Red Stripe, fizz, mocktails or soft drinks, plus a choice of main, for just under £35. That's pretty good going if you ask us. From smashed avocado and poached eggs, to a chicken roti wrap served with pickled vegetables and jerk mayo, the food options are varied and crowd-pleasing.
How much: £34.20 per person
Where: 12 Trinity Square, NG1 4DB
Book now: Turtle Bay


Two poached eggs with spinach and hollandaise sauce served with half a lobster's tail

What: Searching for a slightly more boujee bottomless brunch? You won’t go wrong with Browns. Buttery mushrooms on sourdough, pancetta buttermilk pancakes, and its famous lobster benedict all offer plenty by way of indulgence. Plus, you can wash it all down with free-flowing Champers! Is there a better way to spend the weekend? We don’t think so.
How much: £36 per person with Prosecco, £56 per person with Champagne
Where: 20 Park Row, NG1 6GR
Book now: Browns

Pitcher & Piano

Brunch burgers and aperol spritz

What: There are worse ways to spend a couple of hours on the weekend than drinking Bellinis with your besties. Whether you’re a loyal fan of a full English breakfast, you like the sound of a brunch burger or you’re intrigued to try hash brown nachos, there is plenty of deliciousness to choose from. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you can also go for its strawberry and Prosecco ice cream bar, which is dipped in white chocolate and covered with strawberries and meringue pieces.
How much: £36 per person
Where: The Unitarian Church, NG1 1HN
Book now: Pitcher & Piano

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