These cities have been ranked the best bottomless brunch in the UK (and London didn’t make the cut)

The first bank holiday where we’re allowed to socialise indoors is fast approaching, and we could not be more ready. If there’s one thing that bank holiday weekends were made for in particular, it’s bottomless brunches. You don’t have to worry about having one too many unlimited refills as you get an extra day to recover – ideal!

But with so many cafes, restaurants and bars jumping on the bottomless brunch bandwagon, it can be difficult to know where to go and not be disappointed. Helpfully, drinks retailer The Bottle Club analysed TripAdvisor data to find out where the best bottomless brunch locations are across the UK.

Each city was ranked for its brunches based on a variety of factors, such as availability of vegan and vegetarian options, accessibility and offerings of live music. Out of 15 of the UK’s biggest cities, Cardiff was deemed the best for brunch, while London came in at the very bottom of the ranks.

Best places to have bottomless brunch UK
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The Bottle Club team also crunched the numbers to find out which city scored best for each amenity. They found Bristol offered the best variety of vegan brunch spots and also came up top for accessible locations. Edinburgh has the most dog-friendly brunch places and vegetarian options.

Best places to have bottomless brunch UK
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But just because a city as a whole is delivering the best eggs benedict, avo toast and pancake stacks, where exactly should you go for a guaranteed brilliant brunch?

The Bottle Club looked at the most highly-rated independent bottomless brunch spots in each of the listed cities, scoring them on key factors like the number of five-star reviews they’d received, price, how long you can drink for, Instagram-ability and the number of menu items.

Without further ado, this is where to get a booking in ASAP…

The best bottomless brunch spots in the UK

Brewhouse, Sophia Close, Cardiff

Brewhouse is a bar, restaurant and music venue that offers an impressive bottomless pizza deal. Every weekend, for £25 you can enjoy unlimited pizza and drinks, which include the likes of Aperol spritz, pink G&T, Prosecco and Pornstar Martinis. We’re in!

The Pudding Pantry, Trinity Square, Nottingham

The Pudding Pantry scored highly for its Instagram-ability and the variety of drinks and dishes on offer. For £29.95, you can select two dishes – one from their brunch menu and one from their pudding menu. Food is accompanied by bottomless Vodka Passions, Fruity Gins or a choice of wine.

Aluna, Old City, Bristol

Aluna is another Instagrammable hot spot for bottomless brunch that you can book Friday-Sunday, with prices starting from £24.50. Brunchers can choose a main and a dessert while sipping on bottomless prosecco. For an extra cost, you can go for Pornstar Martinis instead.

Rabble, Frederick Street, Edinburgh

Rabble has topped the list as Edinburgh’s most popular independent boozy brunch, which includes unlimited prosecco or frosé. For £30, guests can also choose a breakfast dish paired with a variety of continental brekkie items.

XOXO, Bedford Place, Southampton

XOXO is a favourite among residents and students in Southampton’s iconic Bedford Place. Take your pick of any breakfast, brunch or open sandwich for £29.95, along with an unlimited range of alcohol such as prosecco, beers and cocktails.

The Social, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow

This aesthetically pleasing spot is perfect for a quick Sunday brunch, where visitors can enjoy The Social’s ‘Social Bennys’ – a toasted English muffin with a filling of your choice. For £14.95, you can also try a sample of the blueberry french toast and either a mimosa or prosecco bellini.

Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery, Tower Gardens, Liverpool

It’s not every day you find a bottomless brunch offer, except at Ma Boyle’s Alehouse. Here you’ll find a bottomless brunch every day for £30, where customers can get a brunch dish and drinks of their choice.

SIX, Western Road, Brighton

This restaurant hasn’t been around for long but has already made an impression with its brunch offering. The dishes are paid for as usual, but for an extra £20, you can enjoy bottomless prosecco.

Sky Lounge, Holbeck, Leeds

We’re sure the dreamy views from Leeds’ Sky Lounge will feature on your Instagram story. Bottomless brunch spots can be booked for 90 minutes, so plenty of time to soak up the city skyline.

Fress, Northern Quarter, Manchester

Manchester’s Northern Quarter has been hailed as the ‘Soho of the North’, so it’s no surprise a brunch spot located right there has made the list. The family-run Fress offers a bottomless brunch every day for £15 extra on top of its brunch dishes. You can take your pick from the likes of a full English breakfast or French toast, and wash it down with unlimited prosecco, mimosas, wine or lager.

St Vincent, Quayside, Newcastle

St Vincent scored especially well on dish variety, with over 40 options on its brunch menu. The bar offers a boozy brunch for two hours every Sunday, where you can enjoy bottomless bloody marys, prosecco, mimosas or bellinis for an extra £20 atop any brunch dish.

Cubana, Leopold Street, Sheffield

It’s not surprising to find that tapas bar Cubana has a huge variety of dishes. Its Cuban-inspired bottomless brunch is from £28.50 per person and includes bottomless prosecco, mimosas, bellinis or Aperol Spritz with an appetiser, and two choices of hot or cold tapas dishes.

Winstanley House, Braunstone Park, Leicester

Winstanley House is known for its luxurious hotel rooms and dining experiences, but it’s actually scored well on affordability and Trip Advisor reviews. For £30, you can spend an hour devouring a full English breakfast with bottomless prosecco or selected beers.

Gas Street Social, Ladywood, Birmingham

This bar ranked highly for Instagram-ability, affordability and dish variety. For an additional £19.50 on top of any brunch item, you can enjoy unlimited bellinis, mimosas, bloody marys or beers.

Big Easy B.Q and Lobstershack, Covent Garden, London

The Bottle Club has dubbed the capital’s top brunch spot as the Big Easy Bar B.Q & Lobstershack. Imagine trying to say that after all that bottomless booze! The American-inspired restaurant offers a brunch for £29.50, which includes bottomless prosecco, wine or frozen Mojitos.