Bellinis, mimosas and Bloody Marys are just the beginning of Sydney's bottomless brunch phenomenon. Recognising our love of brunch and penchant for a sun-drenched tipple, an array of venues across town offer a perfect combination of our two favourite things. So when the sun is shining and you’re deep in party mode, these are the bottomless brunch spots in Sydney, for when coffee just isn’t enough to get you through to lunch.
Bottomless rosé lunches at SoCal Neutral Bay are back! Get the gang together for 2-hours of unlimited rosé and rosé sangria, plus a delicious SoCali Banquet to share. Available every Wednesday to Sunday from 12pm – 3pm, SoCal is the perfect destination for your next catch up with mates.
Wednesday-Sunday, 12pm-3pm (2 hour sitting)
$65 per person
1 Young Street, Neutral Bay
No.5 swaps out the traditional bottomless brunch for a decadent weekend lunch. This four-course offering includes a delicious mix of dishes that will suit all palate persuasions. Not to be forgotten is the bottomless cocktail of the week, and the line up for the next three weeks includes Mandarin & Jameson Highballs, Spiced Pear Collins and Blood Orange and Gin Punch.
Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm-2:30pm (2 hour sitting)
$65 per person
5 McCauley Street, Alexandria
Local fave Rocker has launched their winter bottomless brunch menu, and it is as delicious as you think! From beetroot hummus and local burrata, to slow roast lamb shoulder and orange and almond polenta cake, you'll be in foodie heaven. And of course, don't forget the ultimate indulgence of bottomless mimosa, rosé, white and red. Delish!
Thursday-Sunday (2 hour sitting)
5/39-53 Campbell Parade, Bondi
Upgrade your brunch with a booking at Hyde Hacienda for a South American tapas-style affair. Their bottomless brunch features endless Chandon Rosé and moreish delicacies like mini eggs benedict, stuffed ricotta and olive pumpkin flowers and crispy French toast bites. If you are feeling flush, kick the brunch into high gear with bottomless Champagne.
$99 per person
Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour, Level 3, 61 Macquarie Street, Sydney
Take your weekend brunch up a notch with bottomless tacos and margaritas at Potts Point’s Sonora. This slick new Modern Mexican restaurant are letting you up the ante on your weekend plans with the ultimate Summer session. Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm, you’ll be able to indulge in tacos and tequila-infused margaritas. And if tequila just isn’t your thing – you’ll be able to get around bottomless rosé or Tecate Mexican beer instead.
Weekends, 12pm-5pm (1.5 hour sitting)
From $79 per person
37 Bayswater Road, Potts Point
Each Sunday, Untied serve up a guilt-free five-course brunch menu with vegan cocktails and vegan wines on the sunny Barangaroo rooftop. To start, dig into green hummus dip and sip on their green colada cleanse shot. For mains, be wowed by the tumeric tofu scramble, before stinking your teeth into a sweet serve of their 100% vegan sticky date pudding.
Sundays, 11am or 2pm (2 hour sitting)
$69 per person
Level 4, Exchange Place, 400 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
Nestled on the backstreets of Potts Point boasting breathtaking views of the city, The Butler is now home to the newest (and arguably one of the tastiest) bottomless feast. Grab the gang and enjoy two hours of bottomless bubbles, plus a delicious Ibero-American shared lunch every Sunday.
From the 1st October, The Butler will be hosting its second annual The Butler in Bloom event. Dedicated to springtime in the city, the venue will be transformed into a flowery oasis complete with fresh floral and art installations, a new spritz cocktail menu in collaboration with Lillet aperitif wines, and a limited-edition pop-up dessert bar in partnership with Royal Doulton tableware.
Don’t miss this season of #ButlerInBloom running from 1 Oct – 29 Nov 2020
Sundays from 12pm
$88 per person
123 Victoria Street, Potts Point
Every weekend Nour puts away their regular menu and serves a traditional Lebanese brunch banquet, with a range of bottomless beverage options. This decadent and delicious affair features homemade breakfast pizza, cheeses, dips and breads, alongside your choice of bottomless rosé, cocktails or beer. Combine this with Nour's beautiful light-filled space, and you have yourself the ultimate weekend brunch experience.
Sundays (Bottomless drink- 1.5 hours)
From $75 per person
3/490 Crown Street, Surry Hills
If you’re looking for a beachside brunch destination, look no further than Dee Why's newest cocktail bar-slash-eatery. Sitting pretty on The Strand, Corretto offers up a shared-style bottomless feast with your choice of either mimosas, cocktails, spritz or all of them! Once you have dined on bruschetta, salt and pepper squid and Corretto's signature cocktails, walk across the road to end your long lunch with a dip in the ocean.
Friday-Sunday, from 12pm (2 hour sitting)
From $68 per person
Shop 1/24 The Strand, Dee Why
Situated in an irresistibly gorgeous, greenery-laden laneway, The Winery's bottomless brunch is a thing of absolute joy. Every weekend this long lunch destination is taken by limitless bellini’s and a three-course feast. Make sure you pace yourself and don't miss out on dessert – it's delicious!
Saturdays and Sundays
11:30am, 2pm and 4:30pm (2 hour sitting)
$79 per person
285A Crown Street, Surry Hills
Manly Wharf Hotel’s Harbourside Brunch combines Champagne, delectable eats and killer harbour views, for the ultimate girly day out. Choose from NV Chandon or NV Chandon Rose for $79; or for $129 you’ll be spoilt with Veuve Clicquot and Veuve Clicquot Rose. Head chef Flick designs a banquet menu with fresh oysters with mignonette; tuna tartare; salt and pepper squid; and finish on a sweet note with decadent brownie bites. Sounds like the best brunch in Manly to us.
Saturday and Sundays
Manly Wharf, East Esplanade
Bringing together the soulful sounds of jazz with their signature Mediterranean feasting plates, Bopp & Tone serves up a seriously good bottomless brunch. Look forward to a six-course shared lunch menu of delicious crowd favourites, including the likes of Riverine rib eye and spatchcock, accompanied by a live jazz soundtrack and two hours of bottomless bubbles, bellinis and beers. If you’re feeling ultra-fancy you can upgrade your lunch to include bottomless Perrier Jouët Champagne ($150 per person)
Upcoming dates: 15th, 22nd and 29th August
From 12pm (2 hour sittings)
From $88 per person
60 Carrington Street, Wynyard
The brunch menu at this Waterloo fave is all about letting the diners take total control. Get acquainted with the extensive brunch menu and make your choice between delicious dishes like cinnamon hotcakes, corn fritters, and brekkie bowl. To complete your brunch experience, add bottomless mimosas for just $22.
Every day, 10am-3pm (Order food from a là carte menu)
$25 per person for bottomless mimosas (2 hour sitting)
Shop 1, 810 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo
An afternoon spent lounging on the bright and sunny verandah of The Royal is always an afternoon well spent. Having added the bottomless brunch to their repertoire, you now have an excuse to get started at The Royal from 11am with a (totally ‘grammable) banquet style brunch with bottomless bellinis and brekkie sangria to keep you hydrated.
Saturdays and Sundays (2 hour sitting)
$100 per person
237 Glenmore Road, Paddington
Just off Taylor Square, this charming converted townhouse is the place to be when you’re ready for lunch drinks but the clock isn’t ticking fast enough. The menu leans more towards lunch than breakfast, and the set menu boasts an assortment of cured salmon, baked ricotta tart, slow-roasted chicken and can be teamed with bottomless mimosas.
Weekends, from 11am
From $75 per person
413 Bourke Street, Surry Hills