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13 Best Bottomless Brunches in Manchester

From smashed avocado and fluffy pancakes, to succulent lobster and steak, these are the best bottomless brunches in Manchester.

best brunches in Manchester
These are the best brunches in Manchester

Manchester is one of the UK’s top cities for foodies. It has everything from tasty street food in friendly communal spaces, to elegant dining experiences in sumptuous surroundings. If you’ve been out for great lunches and dinners in the city, then it’s time to add a bottomless brunch to your schedule!

Gaucho, Manchester
There are lots of great brunches to try in Manchester, like this one at Gaucho

You’ll be struggling to choose between eggs Benedict and fluffy pancakes as you work your way through this list of the best bottomless brunches in Manchester. Feeling hungry? Got your stretchiest trousers on? It’s time to explore some of our favourite options!


Best Bottomless Brunches in Manchester

Elnecot

Head to Cutting Room Square and the classy warehouse design of Elnecot, where their bottomless brunch runs for two hours (yep, that’s a bit longer than most!) Buying one brunch dish gives access to bottomless Prosecco, cocktails and lager which you can sip on whilst admiring the fashionably-exposed pipe work above.

Elnecot, Manchester
The brunches at Elnecot are some of the best in Manchester
Elnecot, Manchester
Is the food from Elnecot making you hungry?

The menu caters to meat lovers, veggies and vegans and includes dishes such as a Full English, falafel in ragu sauce and thick, comforting slices of sourdough, covered in butter and jam. 

£25 per person
2 hours
Saturday 11am-3pm & Sunday 11am-12.30pm

Bay Horse Tavern

Head to the hip Northern Quarter and you’ll find a proper local boozer with hearty, locally sourced pub food. The brunch menu in the Bay Horse Tavern has all the classics: eggs any way you fancy, meats, salmon and toast.

The Bay Horse Tavern, Manchester
The Bay Horse Tavern is one of the best bottomless brunches in Manchester
The Bay Horse Tavern, Manchester
Tasty smoked salmon and poached eggs at the Bay Horse Tavern, Manchester

However, it’s the unusual addition of Irish Coffee to their bottomless drinks list, alongside the regular Prosecco, Bloody Marys and bottled beer that makes it one of the best bottomless brunches in Manchester.  Sink into plush leather booths and ease yourself into the weekend at this great spot.

£27.50 per person
90 minutes
Saturday & Sunday 11am-2pm

Peaky Blinders Manchester

If you’re obsessed with Peaky Blinders, you’ll know that Manchester is the second filming home of the much loved TV series. Peaky Blinders Manchester is a 1920’s styled beer hall and cocktail bar in Deansgate, offering a great boozy brunch experience.

Peaky Blinders, Manchester
Peaky Blinders offers one of the most fun brunches in Manchester

Enjoy generously-sized meat, veggie or vegan ‘peaky platters’ with free-flowing beer, cider, cocktails and gin, all while channelling your inner Tommy Shelby!

£37.50 per person
90 minutes
Thursday & Friday 2.30pm and 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday 12pm, 2.15pm and 4.30pm

Pen and Pencil

It seems less is more at the funky Pen and Pencil in the Northern Quarter, as they only host bottomless brunch once a month. This comes with a warning: book early as it often sells out.

The Pen and Pencil, Manchester
The Pen and Pencil brunch in Manchester is legendary

Their ‘free-flow’ menu is one of the best bottomless brunches in Manchester because it doesn’t just include bottomless drinks, but food too! Think Prosecco, mimosas, Bloody Marys (and more) with fluffy American pancakes, eggs in every format, rump steak and avocado on toast. This is one that’s worth planning ahead for and that is definitely worth the wait!

£40 per person
3 hours
Last Saturday of every month, 10am-1pm

Cottonopolis

Looking for a Manchester bottomless brunch with an Asian twist? Then head to Cottonopolis, a chic restaurant and bar in the Northern Quarter with exposed red-brick walls, lush leather seats and atmospheric low lighting.

Cottonopolis
Looking for an Asian brunch in Manchester? Head to Cottonopolis
Cottonopolis
Cool decor at Cottonopolis

Poached eggs on toast and sui-glazed pork baos sit side by side on the brunch menu alongside bottomless Prosecco and made-to-order cocktails. The perfect boozy weekend vibe is complete with a live in-house DJ. 

Standard £35 per person
Premium £45 per person (standard package plus additional cocktail options)
75 minutes
Saturdays 11am-3pm

On Bar

Looking for a brunch with a show? The much-loved Buff Bingo Bottomless Brunch takes place at On Bar, in the heart of Manchester’s Gay Village area. Over four hours you’ll get to enjoy one of the sassier Manchester brunches with brilliant queen banter, bingo, and the famous Boy Toy butlers!

They’ll cheekily serve you bottomless Prosecco and mimosas over 90 fun-filled minutes, while you feast on pizza and party with the in-house DJ. This brunch is ideal for a hen do or birthday celebration.

£49.95 per person
4 hour show including 90 minutes of bottomless drinks
On-going dates and event times, check dates on website to book

Grub

Earthy street food venue Grub is located at The Red Bank Project, in the Green Quarter area. Pop-up Cuban, Middle Eastern, Sri Lankan and Nepalese food vendors have all passed through so you’re guaranteed an exciting and frequently changing menu.

Grub, Manchester
Grub is a great place for street food in Manchester
Grub, Manchester
You can enjoy food from the stalls at Grub, with a side of bottomless drinks!

To enjoy one of the best bottomless brunches in Manchester, just order any main dish from one of the stalls serving on the day. Grub’s affordable deal includes bottomless fizz, wine, beers and ciders, which can be enjoyed communally at relaxing picnic style benches.

£20 per person
90 minutes
Saturdays at 12pm and 2pm (two sittings, book first)

Gaucho

Gaucho is bewitching weekend crowds with a brunch that offers unlimited food and a selection of well-made cocktails as part of its infamous Electro Brunch feast. Situated in an impressively converted church in Deansgate, the open kitchen serves up high-quality brisket, rump steak, smashed avocado and even a chocolate dessert! We love this brunch as you get to try so many different things, and as this is a smart restaurant, the food quality tends to be high.

Gaucho, Manchester
Gaucho, Manchester

The standard bottomless package includes cocktails, lager and Aperol spritz or you can upgrade and knock back the likes of Pornstar Martinis and Argentinean sparkling wine. Go on, do it!

Standard £52.50 per person
Premium £62.50 per person
90 minutes
Saturday from 11am

Delhi House Café

Just when you thought you knew everything about the best bottomless brunches in Manchester, along comes an Indian version! Delhi House Café in Corn Exchange opened in 2020, and has already gained serious brunch credibility.

Delhi House Cafe, Manchester
Delhi House Cafe serves an Indian bottomless brunch in Manchester
Delhi House Cafe, Manchester
Delhi House Cafe’s brunch is different to the rest

Their deal includes two courses (such as lentil fritters and masala scrambled eggs) washed down with fizz, house lager and cocktails. Not sure where it is yet? Look for the neon ‘I Love Delhi’ sign in the front window and see what the fuss is all about!

£31.95 per person
90 minutes
Thursday-Sunday 12pm-4pm

The Blues Kitchen Manchester

One of the best bottomless brunches in Manchester, The Blues Kitchen in Spinningfields serves buttermilk pancakes with a serious side of style. This restaurant doubles as a great live venue, and features a ‘gospel roof’ of reclaimed tin plates, ceramic tiles adorning the walls, plus incredible stained glass window art everywhere.

The Blues Kitchen, Manchester
The Blues Kitchen is a great option for bottomless brunch in Manchester

Buy one of their huge soul-food inspired dishes to enjoy two hours of bottomless Bloody Marys, mimosas and Prosecco. This is a really lively spot and ideal if you’re looking for a ‘hair of the dog’ cure!

£22.95 per person
2 hours
Saturday and Sunday 10am-3.15pm

Browns

At the quietly luxurious Browns restaurant on York Street, brunch comes with an extravagant upgrade option. Buy one dish from the menu (which includes lobster, club sandwiches and vegetarian omelettes) and choose your bottomless drinks.

Browns, Manchester
Browns is a posh option for bottomless brunch in Manchester

Stick with the usual Prosecco, Bloody Marys and bellinis, or go grand with bottomless Moet and Chandon champagne instead―perfect if you have an occasion to celebrate!

£35 per person or £55 per person
90 minutes
Friday to Sunday 11am-2pm

Turtle Bay

If you can’t wait for the weekend to brunch, how about a place that does it every single day?  Sample tasty Caribbean food from Turtle Bay on Oxford Street, where their daily bottomless brunch features jerk meat, roti stacks and bottomless cocktails, Prosecco, draught red stripe as well as some non-alcoholic drinks.

Turtle Bay
Turtle Bay is a Caribbean themed restaurant

If you decide to visit on Sunday, but time has got away from you, don’t worry―the amazingly kind folks at Turtle Bay extend bottomless brunch on Sundays until 5pm!

£29.50 per person
2 hours
Every day 10am-3pm
Sunday until 5pm

Brickhouse Social

One of the best bottomless brunches in Manchester comes with some 80’s schmaltz and a vibrant city view! Brickhouse Social in the Oxford Road area hosts bottomless brunch on Saturdays from their cool roof terrace and conservatory bar.

Brickhouse Social, Manchester
The pizzas are great at Brickhouse Social, Manchester
Brickhouse Social, Manchester
Roof terrace at Brickhouse Social, Manchester

Pre-order your pizza (all the classics are here with vegan and veggie options) and sip cocktails while an on-site DJ spins 80’s tunes. Time to dust off those old worm and robot moves perhaps?  

£30 per person
2 hours
Saturday 12-6pm


We hope you’ve enjoyed finding out about the best bottomless brunches in Manchester. There are so many to work your way through, you’d better get started ASAP!

If you’re looking for more great food posts, don’t miss our guides to the best Michelin starred restaurants in the Lake District, where to eat in Birmingham and our pick of the best brunches in Brighton.

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