Brunch is great. But what’s even better is bottomless brunch. It’s one of the few times day (or late morning) drinking is totally acceptable. So what’s not to love about it? Free flowing drinks, a delicious selection of food to sink your teeth into, and sometimes there’s even a little extra thrown in. The only drawback is that it’s sometimes hard to pick where you should go. With that in mind we’ve got some suggestions for the best bottomless brunches in Liverpool that you should be checking out. Whether you want niche aesthetics, a spicy show alongside your meal, or even a shooting range – these bottomless brunches will have you covered.
For fans of Mamma Mia, look no further. Head down to Tonight Josephine and be prepared to have an experience that rivals seeing the show in the theatre. We can confidently say that because a variety of stars from the West End’s ‘Mamma Mia the Musical!’ production are going to be the ones delivering performances throughout the brunch. Grab your dancing queens and get ready to belt out ABBA for this fun filled sing along. There’s a variety of food options but it’s the drinks that’ll have you saying “gimme, gimme, gimme” as you choose from bubbles, beer and cocktails (Aperol Spritz, Vodka Collins and Gin Fizz).
When it comes to bottomless brunches in Liverpool, this is definitely the spiciest – and we’re not talking about the food. You’ll be treated to a whole lot more than your typical bingo at this Buff Bingo Bottomless Brunch. Expect buff butlers serving your every need (get your mind out of the gutter), hosting and performances by drag queens, and of course the chance to bag yourself some ace prizes through the bingo and other games on the day. You’ll also be treated to nibbles and a variety of wraps to choose from as your mains alongside an hour and a half of bottomless prosecco and mimosas.
Tempest on Tithebarn
If you want to support local produce you’ve got to be going to Tempest on Tithebarn. They are about sustainability, community and of course having a great time. Their roof serves as both home for the bees that produce their honey as well as a herb garden to enrich your dishes. If they can’t grow it or make it themselves, they vow to ideally source locally and from independent suppliers. On the weekends take your pick of one dish from a huge selection of brunch options and wash it down with 90 minutes of unlimited cocktails. Don’t worry you won’t be breaking the bank for this one, it’s only £35. You can get more info and make your booking here.
If you’re looking for something a tad different when it comes to your bottomless brunch, then make your way to Hafla Hafla – an uber-cool spot specialising in Middle-Eastern street food. Translating to ‘party party’, they offer up an epic brunch menu with shakshuka and more on offer, and they’ve got plenty of vegan and vegetarian options too. Add in free-flowing prosecco, aperol spritzes, lager, mimosas or bloody Mary’s for 90 minutes and we have to ask – what more could you want? It’s also only 30 quid, so is well worth the money. Get more info here.
If you’re thinking of bottomless brunches in Liverpool, East River should definitely be somewhere high up on your list. Offering a taste of New York in Liverpool you can sink your teeth into traditional bagels like the reuben or lox bagel or brunch classics like smashed avo on sourdough or eggs benedict. The best thing about it is that East River offers brunch every day and on top of that the option to go bottomless at any time. So technically you can go for bottomless brunch, lunch or dinner – just take your pick. You can find out more info here.
Point Blank Shooting
A shooting range is probably the last place you’d be thinking of when it comes to finding bottomless brunches in Liverpool. Point Blank Shooting however delivers a brunch experience you definitely won’t forget. Guns and alcohol might sound like a disaster but thankfully in this instance, it’s actually a combination for fun. You get a choice of five replica guns fitted with laser technology that’s used to train professionals and over 200 shooting scenarios to try your hand at. Whilst there are no bullets here you can still sink shots from the amazing cocktail bar or just enjoy the prosecco, beer and pizza that comes with your bottomless package. Find out more here.
The Brunch & Cocktail Club
With a name like The Brunch & Cocktail Club, you know what you’re gonna get here, right? Dubbed the ‘best bottomless brunch in Liverpool’ – and who are we to argue – this centrally-located spot is all foliage-filled interiors, vintage furniture and brick-lined, warehouse-style walls. They’ve got three different brunches on offer here – dubbed ‘the original’, ‘the bohemian’ and ‘the garden’ – and all come with a choice of aperol spritz, lager, prosecco, mimosas, wine, beer or cider. Winner, winner. Get more info here.
R&B and bottomless rum punch? Sign me up. Across a couple of weekends in 2023, you’ll be able to celebrate the greats of the most romantic (and arguably best) genre of music alongside some incredible street food and of course the previously mentioned rum punch. You’ll be hearing everything from TLC to SZA and a whole host more in between – so get your vocal cords ready as you’re sure to be singing the whole time you’re there. The bottomless brunch runs from 12pm-5pm with the bottomless rum punch being available in the first hour.
Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery
Just a stone’s throw away from the famous Albert Dock, Pier Head and Liverpool’s Cruise Liner Terminal and dating all the way back to 1870, Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery is a great spot to go if you’re looking to be fed and watered. They do a fantastic – and affordable – bottomless brunch every day, where you get a brunch option of your choice and unlimited drinks for 90 minutes. There’s everything here from banana and chocolate pancakes to a full English, and there are veggie and vegan options here too. Wash it all down with bottomless aperol spritzes, peach bellinis or fruity gin spritzes and you’ve got a fun day on your hands. Find out more here.
Castle Street Townhouse
Brunch at Castle Street Townhouse is the perfect way to start your afternoon. Situated right in the heart of the city, on top of all the brunch options you can also tuck into fish and chips, steak and eggs, pan-fried salmon, falafel wraps and chicken caesar salad too. The bottomless brunch option here includes sides and bottomless beer and prosecco too, so you’ll get plenty of bang for your buck here. Cheers! Find out more info here.
Bottomless brunch at Pan Am is a serious affair. You’ll be treated to such an amazing selection of food that we’d almost encourage you to go on an empty stomach. Their current offering is £39 for one main and 90 minutes of bottomless drinks. Food wise you can have anything from a rump steak to cajun chicken pasta, or if you’re up to it the delectably sweet brunch platter of pancakes and waffles. When it comes to the drinks you get more than just your standard prosecco, you can also have the choice to sip on a rum punch or house beer or spirits (gin, pink gin, vodka). This one is definitely worth its price with all of its variety and you can find out more as well as book your brunch here.
If you’re looking for some fun and something super instagrammable, Ball Park‘s bottomless brunch might be the one for you. It’s an adult playground of cocktails and a whole load of ways to have some fun. Whilst they also offer table tennis, pool, arcade games and more for their bottomless brunch the star attraction is their ball pool. You’ll have unlimited access to dive in whilst you’re there, so take your time and enjoy the free flowing drinks and grab a tasty bite at your leisure whilst you’re there. Get more info here.
All our bottomless brunches are recommended by editors. Tickets purchased through Fever may earn Secret Liverpool commission.