Man has created many beautiful things: Cars, cellular phones and Double-Stuffed Oreos, to name a few. But nothing, I repeat, nothing comes close to the glory of bottomless brunch. An endless supply of eggs, bacon and pancakes, what more could you ask for? So, if you want to live like the characters in Gossip Girl for a few hours, here are the 14 places in Liverpool to get bottomless brunch.
On a Saturday or Sunday, for £30, you can book a table from 10 am until 12 pm for not only bottomless brunch food including eggs benedict, barbeque chicken, bacon and cheese melt, and sweet Belgian waffles but also unlimited Prosecco, CÎROC Bloody Marys or Mimosas. So, for “all good things come to those that brunch”, a beautiful setting and a good atmosphere, head to All Bar One on Derby Square.
Are you looking for a food experience on Castle Street? Have no fear, Neighbourhood is here. For £35 per person, you and six friends can book a table for 90 minutes of brunch, and unlimited seasonal cocktails, beer, gin, vodka, beer or Prosecco between the 10 am and 1 pm on a Saturday or Sunday. The food ranges from your typical breakfast meals, such as avocados on toast, to your midday lunch treats such as sushi. With an ethos of “Dine, Drink, Dance”, you’re destined for a great brunch experience at Neighbourhood.
Brunch with a view? Now, that is the dream. Liberté is a New York inspired rooftop bar, and for £30 to £40, depending on the time of year, enjoy an unusual, tapa style brunch on Thursdays to Sundays, from 12 to 9 pm, with unlimited house wine, beer, or Prosecco. This is more than brunch – this is an experience and is one of the top recommended places for bottomless brunch.
Imagine this: you’re sitting in a restaurant, surrounded by friends and the calming feeling associated with the Royal Albert Docks. With a glass of Prosecco, beer, Aperol spritz, a Bloody Mary or a gin and tonic that never empties, you share buttermilk pancakes and Belgian waffles with your friends and end with either a rump steak or spicy bean burger. All this, for just £35. Well, stop imagining, and experience all this at PANAM on Sundays, from 11 am to 4 pm.
Now I’ve had the time of my life – and I owe it all to Mulholland Singing Diner’s bottomless brunch. For a Dirty Dancing, Saturday American Diner brunch experience for £30, this diner on Seel Street as a brunch deal from 12 pm to 3 pm of unlimited Prosecco and house cocktails and a variety of typical American treats for you.
Afternoon Punk Tea, Bottomless Roasts and Bottomless Brunch: what doesn’t the Baltic Social have? Located on Parliament Street, this bare brick and rustic feel restaurant is a great place to for a filling £30 bottomless brunch. With as much breakfast food as you can eat and unlimited Prosecco and draft beer, the Baltic Social has become the must-go place for bottomless brunch. However, they are only available on a Sunday once a month, so booking is essential.
For £15, experience the tastes of a South American brunch. Hidden between Bold Street and Concert Square, this hearty Mexican restaurant includes special brunch meals such as MxMuffin – which is a take on a McDonalds’ McMuffin but with a spicy pork pibil covered in heavenly cheese and spicy jalapeños – and El Luchador – which is a full Mexican breakfast – and unlimited Mimosas or Bloody Marys.
Looking for an easy Sunday morning, Liverpool-feel brunch? Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery on the scenic waterfront is the place for you. Tuck into a variety of British brunch classics, such as a full English breakfast and fluffy buttermilk pancakes, and unlimited Prosecco, spritz or mimosas for two hours. For a cosy and intimate brunch, Ma Boyle’s is a beautiful and historic place to go, and for a limited time, you can get this all for £25
What makes the Castle Street Townhouse from all of the restaurants listed thus far? This place has a bottomless breakfast daily. That’s right, for £35, you can get the bottomless brunch of two courses and unlimited prosecco every single day. Castle Street Townhouse is labelled as a “foodie must-go”, and their bottomless brunch is a major contributor to this title.
Known as “Boundless Brunch”, The Alchemist on Brunswick Street has become synonymous with brunch. For £35, you can get the likes of breakfast burritos and salt beef eggs benedict with boundless drinks on Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm.
Located on Paradise Street, this Latin American beauty offers bottomless brunch for £24.95. This includes a huge selection of a starter, main and bottomless prosecco and beer over a two-hour slot. This bottomless deal is every day, from 12 pm to 5 pm, except on Saturdays, where it runs until 3 pm instead.
A bottomless gin and tonic brunch? Now that sounds like heaven. Located on North John Street, NYL Restaurant & Bar is puts a refreshing and exciting twist to the bottomless brunch: New York inspired buffet. For £35 per person, you can enjoy unlimited pastries, cheese, fresh honeycomb, homemade popcorn brownies, cheese, and tonics. Available on Saturdays from 12 pm to 3pm, this bottomless brunch is the true definition of 90 minutes in heaven.
Sticking to the theme of the restaurant, for £20, at Pieminister on Bold Street, you can get bottomless Prosecco, Aperol Spritz or Bloody Marys and delicious brunch pies. The best part about it, there’s a pie for everyone. From the Morning Glory, consisting of chopped free range sausages and bacon, cheesy béchamel and baked eggs, the Sunny Pie Up, consisting of egg, red onions and vegetarian sausages, to the Vegan Banger, whether you’re a pie fan or not, you can’t deny the amazing taste and range of pies at Pieminister.
Live music. Two floors of rum. Royal Albert Docks. Freshly prepared tapas. Bottomless brunch. I don’t know about you, but I am sold. Every weekend from 11 am to 2 pm, for £30 per person, enjoy two hours’ worth of a Cuban inspired brunch at Revolucion De Cuba.
Whether you’re in for a Mexican feast, a Cuban speciality or something classically British, there are plenty Bottomless Brunch places for you and your friends to experience.