Are you looking for a bottomless brunch in Sheffield? Do you wake up on a Saturday morning salivating over the thought of pancakes and Prosecco? Well, we are here to help with our guide to the bottomless brunches Sheffield has to offer.
Growing up, you were probably reminded by your parents several times a week that breakfast is the most important meal of the day - particularly when you were trying to convince them that a bowl of Coco Pops is a perfectly nutritious way to prepare for a long day of double maths at school.
As a grown up though, a new mealtime emerges as the hero of your day. Yes, we are talking about brunch and in particular, bottomless brunch - when you can pair your pancakes or full English with endlessly refillable glasses of Prosecco or other boozy delights. For the uninitiated, brunch is traditionally a meal enjoyed at the weekend and eaten between breakfast and lunch, which consists of light dishes that will keep you full throughout the morning. These days though, the definition of brunch has been stretched quite a bit. Several Sheffield restaurants now offer brunch menus all day long, while even more of them have added free-flowing alcoholic beverages to their brunch menus.
In Sheffield, the bottomless brunch scene features a mixture of familiar high street chains and independently owned operations. There is a wide variety of places to choose from, so there really is a little something for everyone, whether you are in the mood for classic avocado on toast washed down with Prosecco, or you fancy some fluffy bao buns paired with unlimited cocktails. Quite a few of these Sheffield hotspots serve bottomless brunch during the week too, meaning you don’t have to limit your fun to a weekend - result!
Read below to discover our list of bottomless brunches in Sheffield.
What: Firepit Rocks is something of a Sheffield party palace, home to an electric atmosphere and all-round good vibes. Bottomless brunch takes place across Friday to Sunday, with guests choosing one dish and one drink to enjoy for two hours, with options including fun house cocktails. Firepit Rocks is not the place for virtuous eating either, with the menu consisting of dirty fries, chicken wings, hot dogs and nachos.
Where: 138 West Street, S1 4ES
V or V
What: V or V is Sheffield’s first entirely meat-free restaurant to boast an alcohol licence, and boy, are we glad it does. Bottomless brunch here sees guests enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited house wine, Prosecco or Bellinis, all while tucking into a range of plant-based brunch plates, such as fried coriander cornbread, house smoked beans served atop toasted sourdough or a vegan take on a classic full English.
Where: Wharncliffe Works Cornish Street, S6 3FB
What: Silversmith’s is a smart, family-run operation which counts bottomless brunch among its range of menus (Sunday lunch also available). Guests can enjoy 90 minute of free-flowing drinks alongside upmarket brunch dishes such as eggs florentine or mini wagyu beef sliders. Drinks to pair your meal with include cocktails, beer and Prosecco and the best part is that all are available to mix and match.
Where: 111 Arundel Street, S1 2NT
Craft & Dough - Kelham Island
What: During the week, you are likely to head to Craft & Dough to sample it's delicious range of pizzas. Come the weekend however, and this place is all about bottomless brunch. Order the likes of salmon baked eggs or Belgian waffles topped with bacon and maple syrup, and pair your meal with the house fizz or Craft & Dough’s own larger.
Where: 1A Kelham Square, S3 8SD
Picture House Social
What: Pizza and Prosecco is a match made in bottomless brunch heave and Picture House Social knows it. Here, you can pair a classic pizza (margherita, pepperoni etc.) with 90 minutes of free-flowing fizz, cocktails or larger. Not in the mood for pizza? Instead try the likes of eggs any style or a plant-based alternative.
Where: 383 Abbeydale Road, S7 1FS
What: Neighbourhood bar and restaurant Barrowboy welcomes guests for a boozy brunch every Saturday and Sunday. Guests can enjoy 90 minutes worth of bottomless drinks alongside two bao buns of their choice and chips. Drinks to choose from included house cocktails and bottled beers, while bao fillings range from buttermilk Asian fried chicken with coriander hot sauce to breaded aubergine with Katsu curry sauce.
Where: 453 Abbeydale Road, S7 1FS
What: Found on Ecclesall Road, something of a restaurant hub for Sheffield, Graze Inn is a great option for bottomless brunch. Guests here can make the most of bottomless Prosecco, Mimosas or Aperol Spritz for 90 minutes, while tucking into brunch plates including a full English and an open steak sandwich. Sweet-toothed diners are taken care of too, thanks to fluffy pancake stacks and bowls of quinoa porridge.
Where: 315-319 Ecclesall Road, S11 8NX
Slug & Lettuce
What: Famed for its tempting cocktail menu and Instagram worthy interiors, the Sheffield outpost of Slug & Lettuce draws in the crowds with its bottomless brunch offering. Guests simply choose one dish from the menu (think smashed avocado on toast or American-style pancakes) and pair it with their choice of bottomless drink for two hours. Sips to choose from include Prosecco, Bloody Mary’s and pints of Amstell.
Where: 18 Holly Street, S1 2GT
Turtle Bay Sheffield
What: Turtle Bay’s bottomless brunch is well-known around the UK because it is one of few restaurants which allows you to mix and match your brunch drinks. This means you can enjoy a beer for your first drink, a cocktail for your second and so on, so forth. Meals to pair with your tipples include Caribbean-inspired plates such as a bacon roti wrap or a Big Kingston Grill Down featuring jerk sausage, eggs and curry fried chickpeas.
Where: 18 Holly Street, S1 2GT
All Bar One Sheffield
What: The Sheffield branch of All Bar One serves up the brand’s usual mix of fun cocktails and good vibes. It is also home to a daily bottomless brunch offering, where you can enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco, Mimosas or Bloody Mary’s. Food-wise, the brunch menu includes the likes of eggs benedict and a barbecue chicken, bacon and cheese melt, as well as plentiful veggie options - think vegetarian waffles or a vegan fry up.
Where: 13-15 Leopold Street, S1 2GY
What: The Sheffield outpost of national chain Las Iguanas brings the same riot of colour and bold flavours that have made the brand a success. Bottomless brunch here is a two-course, 90 minute affair, with guests able to chow down on dishes such as cheese and mango empanadas or smoked chipotle chicken burritos. To help wash it all down, there’s Prosecco, draught beer or house cocktails such as the Mango Collins.
Where: Level 2, The Oasis, Meadowhall, S9 1EP
Bella Italia Sheffield
What: Family-friendly Bella Italia may be a favourite when it comes to dining out with little ones, but this restaurant can be enjoyed by grown-ups too. Check out its (almost) bottomless brunch if you don’t believe us, where guests can enjoy two courses alongside four glasses of Prosecco. From the Italian menu, enjoy dishes such as linguine primavera or a classic pepperoni pizza.
Where: Unit 3 Valley Centertainment, Broughton Lane, S9 2EP
What: The Botanist’s multi-course bottomless brunch allows guests to pick one dish from each section of the menu: start with fried eggs with chilli and chives, before moving on to a Cumberland sausage wheel with maple streaky bacon, warm croissant with strawberry jam and passionfruit and coconut chia yoghurt pot. Finish up with Nutella French toast for dessert, all while sipping on free-flowing spritzes, Prosecco or pints.
Where: Unit 5A and 5B Leopold Square, S1 2JG
Pitcher & Piano
What: Available every weekend, bottomless brunch at the Sheffield outpost of Pitcher & Piano consists of one its brunch dishes alongside free-flowing Prosecco, Bellinis, Mimosas, Aperol Spritz or pints of Amstel. Dishes to choose from include eggs benedict or a 6oz brunch burger crowned with Monterey Jack cheese, maple-smoked bacon, a fried free-range egg and a hash brown.
Where: 18 Holly Street, S14AW
The Lost & Found
What: Every Saturday, The Lost & Found hosts ‘brunch and bubbles’, where guests can enjoy one dish from the brunch menu alongside bottomless Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Mimosas or Bloody Marys. While sipping pretty, tuck into classic brunchtime fare such as Turkish eggs on toasted sourdough or smashed avocado paired with grilled mushroom and confit tomato.
Where: 516 Ecclesall Road, S11 8PY
What: Bottomless brunch at Browns means free-flowing Champagne, Bellinis, Prosecco and Bloody Marys alongside tempting dishes such as buttermilk pancakes and a mushroom, cheddar and spinach omelette. If you’re feeling fancy, upgrade to the Moet & Chandon Champagne bottomless brunch and order yourself a helping of the lobster eggs benedict.
Where: St Pauls Chambers, 8-12 St Pauls Parade, S1 2JL
Prefer your brunch without the booze? Check out our pick of the best brunch restaurants in Sheffield.