If you’re studying in Bristol, there should be only one thing on your mind – where are the best places to get brunch. And not just any brunch, but one that has a healthy amount of Prosecco, mimosas or some form of alcohol to go with it. Bottomless brunch is arguably one of the most sophisticated ways (or best excuses) to be able to drink before midday. So whether you fancy making the most of the sunny weather or want to treat yourself for a ‘productive’ revision session, check out our top picks for bottomless brunches in Bristol.

1. Slug and Lettuce

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First on our list of Bristol’s best brunch spots is Slug and Lettuce, and lucky for us there’s not one but two in Bristol. Offering bottomless brunch at the harbourside or in the city centre, Slug and Lettuce is a staple. Even better, their bottomless brunch can be enjoyed all week long. For just £33 per person Sunday to Friday or £35.95 per person on Saturdays, you can enjoy 2 hours of unlimited drinks with a dish from their wide-ranging brunch menu. Top picks include avocado on foccacia toast, a doughnut and waffle stack and (my personal favourite) a buttermilk chicken burger. Keep the 5th of May in your diaries, as they’ll be hosting an exclusive Livin’ La Vida Brunch to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. This bottomless brunch extravaganza includes a free Apricot Tamarita when you book.

Addresses: 26-28 St Nicholas Street, Bristol, Bristol, BS1 1UB; Explore Lane, Bristol BS1 5TY

2. Las Iguanas

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Situated in the heart of Millenium Square, Las Iguanas promises fresh food, tasty cocktails and a vibrant atmosphere. This makes it one of the best places to go for bottomless brunch in Bristol. For 2 hours you can celebrate in style with bottomless brunch that offers an unmissable selection of cocktails, mocktails, bubbles, beer and spirits. They offer brunch-sized portions of their favourite dishes, including Chicken Triple Tacos, Fiesta Ensalada and Veggie Mexican Rice. If that’s not enticing enough, for £5 you can order a desert from their à la carte menu. They even offer 2-4-1 on cocktails all day everyday! Las Iguanas is also super student friendly. From Sunday-Thursday students get a 25% discount, and on Wednesdays you can get bottomless brunch for only £25.95. Check out their website to learn more about this Bristol brunch spot and browse their menu.

Addresses: South Building, Anchor Square, Bristol, BS1 5UH; The Venue, Merlin Road, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol, BS10 7SR

3. Steam 


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This popular Bristol beer hall isn’t only good for a night out. Steam also offers awesome cocktail bottomless brunches. You can enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless brunch with their exciting new pop up – Pig’s Pizzas! Choose from a selection of Steam’s very own pilsner, cider and more alongside a delicious cheesy pizza. Bottomless brunch costs £34.95 and can be booked for a minimum of two people. If you want to book your place, head over to their website to find a slot. Those booking for more than 10 people can email them at info@steambristol.co.uk

Address: Clifton Down Station, Bristol, BS8 2PN

4. Revolution Bar

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Located on the Old Fish Market, this Bristol bar remains one of the best places to go for bottomless brunch in Bristol. Spread over two floors and boasting an impressive mezzanine, this is an ideal spot for relaxing with friends over food. With bottomless brunch available every weekend you can enjoy any brunch dish with bottomless martinis, bellinis, mimosas, aperol spritz or pints of Amstel. As well as this, they offer a boozeless brunch menu with refreshing non-alcoholic beverages. A particular favourite is their Noo Woo juice made with strawberries, passion fruit and cranberries. Their brunch food menu is mouth-wateringly delicious, offering strawberry waffles and avocado poached eggs that are just as tasty as they sound. Bottomless brunch costs £36 per person and you’ll need to book in advance to guarantee a table!

Address: Old Fish Market, St Nicholas Street, Bristol BS1 1UA

5. Turtle Bay


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Turtle Bay’s famous bottomless brunch spoils you for choice, as all the cocktails on their menu are included in the deal. For £35 per person you can nab two hours of unlimited cocktails and prosecco, draft beers, mocktails and one brunch dish, burger or wrap. You have to get a move on, as their last booking slot is 4pm Sunday-Friday and 3pm on Saturdays. The whole table must participate in bottomless brunch, so make sure to bring your mates!

Address: 8 Broad Quay, Bristol BS1 4DA

6. Coyote Ugly

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Coyote Ugly brings you a choice of 90 minutes of bottomless bubbles, Amstel, Fosters or Orchard Pig Reveller. Even better, alongside drinks you can grab bottomless pizza! Who could possibly resist? Unlimited pizza is definitely what makes this spot one of the best places to go for bottomless brunch in Bristol. As well as this you can upgrade to themed cocktails for only £10. Their bottomless brunches cost £30 per person Monday-Friday and £35 per person on Saturdays and Sundays.

Address: Bordeax Quay, Bristol BS1 5EP

That’s it for our list of the best places to go for bottomless brunch in Bristol. Did we miss any? With the weather vastly improving, there’s never been a better time to sit out in the sunshine with your mates, sipping a refreshing beverage and snacking on delicious brunch items. If you’re hungry for more Bristol eateries, check out our list of  the best street food vendors in Bristol. Or, if you’re looking to upgrade your brunch experience, take a look at our recommendations for the best places for drag brunch in Bristol.


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