Bottomless brunch in Birmingham is an event of many choices! It’s a staple of celebration, heading out for brunch with an endless supply of fizz – although some of these places go for something a bit more adventurous, like a bloody mary or draught beers. Whatever you like to have for brunch, whether that’s something traditional or something a bit more unique, this list has got something for you!
Address: 30 Church St, Birmingham, B3 2NP
Urban Cafe is one of the more relaxed environments of our list, in the heart of the Colmore Business District. For £25.95, you can choose from any brunch dish on their menu – which includes some traditional dishes like eggs and cooked breakfast, with some more adventurous dishes like the avocado, edamame and chilli smash – and either bloody marys or fizz! Brunch sittings are every Saturday at 10 am-3:30 pm and Sundays between 10 am and 2 pm.
Address: St Mary’s Row, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8HW
Okay, so it isn’t really the Cuban Embassy, but with a menu of Cuban-inspired food, this is definitely somewhere for any brunch fan to try. Known as a Prosecco Brunch, guests can choose between prosecco and Cuba Libres – a rum and coke – and any of their Cubano sandwiches with fries. Their Cubanos come in a range of fillings, including vegan and vegetarian options. Brunch costs £25 per person and is available weekends between 12:30 pm and 3:30 pm.
Address: 128 The Mailbox, Wharfside St, Birmingham, B1 1RQ
Aluna have two different types of bottomless brunch available. Their Friday Club – only available on Fridays – includes two courses, a main and dessert, and bottomless drinks of either prosecco for £24.50 or pornstar martinis for £32.50. Their menu is anything but traditional brunch food, with chicken and cashew nut and Thai green curry on offer for the Friday Club diners. On the weekend, the menu is far more traditional. Choose a main – eggs, sausages, pancakes are all on offer – and a dessert, accompanied by bottomless prosecco for £29.95 or prosecco and cocktails for £37.50 per person.
Address: 39 Temple St, Birmingham, B2 5DP
Although you can just order brunch at Las Iguanas, their bottomless brunch is something to behold. Tables are available between Sunday and Friday at 12 pm-5 pm (with the last sitting at 3 pm) and on Saturdays 12 pm-3 pm (with the last sitting at 1 pm). For £24.95, guests can enjoy a starter and a main with unlimited prosecco or beer, although this goes up to £29.95 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. For another £5 per person, guests can add unlimited cocktails to their experience, so it is definitely one of the more affordable brunches on our list.
Address: The Mailbox, 166 Wharfside St, Birmingham, B1 1RL
Unlike many of the places on our list, Gas Street Social specialise in the brunching experience! Brunch is available between 12 pm and 6 pm on weekdays (Thursday and Friday) and 10 am – 6 pm on weekends. Choice of bottomless drinks includes bloody marys, beer, bellinis and mimosas. The wide-ranging menu includes waffles, cooked breakfasts, eggs and avocado or salmon, as well as sandwiches. Brunch here costs £19.50 per person for any brunch item and unlimited drinks, so it is one of the more affordable on our list!
Address: 8 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, B2 5RS
Known for the best cocktails, The Lost and Found have gone for a bottomless brunch menu in Birmingham that is quite non-traditional. The menu includes a cornflake chicken waffle, tiramisu french toast, and Greek alongside more typical brunch dishes like smashed avocado egg on toast and English breakfasts. For £35, you can choose any dish on the menu with bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Marys, mimosas, Strawberry & cucumber fizz, Aperol spritz and more! Enjoy brunch in a beautiful and entirely unique atmosphere, and do it in style!
Address: 25 Frederick St, Birmingham, B1 3HH
In the heart of the historic Jewellery Quarter, The Button Factory offers guests their bottomless brunch exclusively on Saturdays between 12 pm and 4 pm. Like most of the places on our list, they are currently running two-hour sittings. The menu is made up of a combination of classic brunch foods and larger main meals, as well as starters and desserts. For two courses and unlimited bellinis or prosecco, it’s £35 or £39 for three. It is one of the pricier choices on our list, but their menu is reasonably large, so there is lots of choices.
Address: 106 Edmund St, Birmingham, B3 2ES
Bottomless brunch at the Florence is exclusively available on Saturdays, between 12 pm and 4 pm with two 2-hour sittings. For £35 per person, guests can enjoy two courses with unlimited bellinis or prosecco, for three courses for £39. The choices are a mixture of traditional brunch – eggs and waffles – and mains like burgers and chicken. Desserts and starters are also available! The interior is beautiful so you can enjoy a delicious brunch in comfort!
If you’re looking for more of a sober-style brunch, we’ve listed the best brunch spots in Birmingham where you don’t have to go bottomless.