With 10 pm curfew, bottomless brunch is the new night out. Whether you’re vegetarian or skint, in this article, we’ll give you the rundown of the spots in Sheffield.
Located on Division Street, Forum is a great place to start your day in the city centre. The menu has loads of options for any dietary requirements, and almost every dish has a vegan option. From the classic avocado on toast to breakfast chimichangas, there’s plenty of choice and the bottomless drinks: mimosas, prosecco and Heineken make this a steal at only £30 a head for 90 minutes.
This restaurant is Kelham Island’s newest haven for veggies and vegans alike. The menu is varied and unique, serving cornbread, smoked beans and chickpea fritters, amongst other delights. And if that’s not enough, you can add a £3 supplement and get a full English. Drinks-wise, choose from unlimited Peroni, house wine, lager and bellinis. Not only is this place great for veggies, but the price is on the cheaper side at £25 a head.
Each of this chain’s branches are inspired by the ‘professors’, each an inspiring female academic or socialite of the Victorian era. The Victorian aesthetic is carried into their beautiful interiors. Their sage green features and botanical theme is inspired by Victoria B. Darcy, the Sheffield branches’ muse and conservationist. Their ‘Brunch and Bottomless Bubbles’ menu includes one dish and bottomless Aperol, prosecco, mimosas or bloody marys for only £28. The options are slightly more limited than our other brunch choices but are elevated, with eggs royale, baked brunch and bruschetta. This is a great choice for those looking for a high-end brunch option.
Mix and match selected cocktails, wine and prosecco at this independent restaurant in the historic cutlery works. This venue emphasises its ‘field to plate’ experience with locally sourced ingredients. At £35 a head for 90 minutes, Silversmiths may seem a bit steep. However, their menu is so unique, they don’t even offer avocado toast. Here, you can enjoy chicken muesli, lobster rolls, wagyu sliders or pan bagnat, with lots of vegan and veggie options available. If you want to try something new, this is the place for you.
Barrowboy, located on Abbeydale Road, is a great option if you’re not into ‘breakfast’ food. They serve a range of bao buns and topped fries beside bottomless Bloody Marys, Dark n’ Stormies, Prosecco and Mimosas. Deckard’s is renowned for reworking Asian classics for meat-eaters, veggies and vegans alike. At only £25 a head, this is a unique and delicious option.
For 90 minutes you’ll be transported back to the 70s with this disco-themed brunch. Or, if that’s not your thing, check out their hip hop brunch. For £29.50, munch on options from pizzas to brunch classics, accompanied by espresso martinis, strawberry daiquiris, lager, cider or prosecco. This venue also has a games room and terrace available, so you can work off the alcohol with a spot of ping pong.
The Graze Inn has a shabby chic interior and an array of full English options. Try the Gypsy Breakfast with chorizo, pepper and tomato baked eggs, served with ciabatta or the Graze B.E.S.T with cured bacon, scrambled egg, sausage and tomato. At £25 for any brunch dish and bottomless prosecco, enjoy a quirky brunch in this popular spot.
At £35 per person for 90 minutes, this restaurant is one of the few venues that offers unlimited dishes as well as drinks, so you get the most bang for your buck. Enjoy all the breakfast classics, including sausage sandwiches, a full English and granola. With a terrace overlooking the River Don, this restaurant is a lovely venue for any occasion.
With award-winning food at only £25 a head, the Old House is a great option for brunch. Choose from one dish on their brunch menu with an unlimited drink. The drinks choice aren’t your typical options with oddities like ‘Red Snappers’ and Apple, Cranberry and Rosemary coolers making the cut. It’s cosy interior makes this perfect for a wintry brunch.
Currently, on offer, this brunch comes in at £22.50; however, it is usually £42. Choose a brunch main and unlimited house fizz or lager for 90 minutes. There’s a meat and cheese board, Belgian waffles, baked eggs and a vegan breakfast. Located in the heart of Kelham Island, this is a great location for your boozy brunch.
Sheffield is a great location for trying all kinds of bottomless brunch, so get day drinking and try them all!