Bellinis, mimosas and bloody Marys are just the beginning of Sydney's boozy brunch phenomenon. Recognising our love of brunch and penchant for a tipple while the sun shines, an array of venues across town offer a perfect combination of our two favourite things. Below are the places to visit when coffee just isn’t enough to get you through to lunch.
To celebrate the launch of Holey Moley Newtown’s nine new holes, the team have introduced a limited-edition bottomless brunch with a swinging twist. This exclusive offer includes unlimited mini-golf, bottomless beer, cider and wine, and a delectable brunch feast of popcorn shrimp, waffle fries and fried chicken.
To sweeten the deal, you will also get to indulge in one of Holey Moley's signature cocktails, (expect wacky drinking vessels and fun garnishes). The best part about it? No pre-booking required! Just book in your mini-golf sesh and lock in the bottomless package on arrival. Weekend fun, made simple.
Every weekend from now until 31st October, 11am-4pm
387 King Street, Newtown
The QVB's luxe late-night Champagne parlour brings a touch of glamour to Sydney's bottomless brunch scene. This is a grown-up feasting affair. On arrival, the friendly wait staff will whisk you to your table, swiftly followed by a glass of bubbles, to ease you into your decadent four-course sharing feast.
Devour delicious plates of soy linseed toast topped with crushed avocado and poached eggs; duck liver mousse with chive crumpets; pork fried rice with king brown mushroom, pea shoot and cured egg – this is by far the star of the show, not to mention the BEST hangover cure – followed by freshly baked doughnuts served with honey, yoghurt, cinnamon, star anise and pistachio. Now that is what we call a bottomless brunch with attitude.
Available weekends, 11:00am-1:00pm or 1:30pm-3:30pm
4 course shared feast with bottomless bubbles, prosecco $85pp; sparkling rosé $105pp; G.H. Mumm Grand Cordon $159pp
Level 1, Queen Victoria Building, 455 George Street Sydney
Nestled amongst the backstreets of Potts Point with breathtaking views of the city, The Butler is now home to the newest bottomless feast. Grab the gang and enjoy 2-hours of bottomless bubbles, plus a delicious Ibero-American shared lunch each Sunday at The Butler.
Every Sunday in Spring, from 12pm
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.
Banquet from $45pp (Add $30 for 90min bottomless package)
3/490 Crown Street, Surry Hills
If you are 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 burrata, 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
Shop 1/24 The Strand, Dee Why
Situated in an irresistibly gorgeous, greenery-laden laneway, The Winery's Disco Brunch Bellinis are a thing of absolute joy. Every month this long lunch destination is taken over by the disco beat, and limitless Bellini’s and a three-course feast are paired with a whole lot of disco dancing. Make sure you pace yourself on the dancefloor and don't miss out on dessert – it's delicious!
Upcoming dates: 23rd November, 21st December, 18th January and 22nd February
11am-2pm and 3pm-6pm
285A Crown Street, Surry Hills
For the first time ever Manly Wharf Hotel launched Harbourside Brunch in September, just in time for spring. Choose from NV Chandon and NV Chandon Rose for $99; 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; salmon and prawn cocktail rolls; brekkie pizza; and finish on a sweet note with decadent Belgian waffles. Sounds like the best brunch in Manly to us. Book your spot on the jetty from 11-1pm every Saturday.
10am – 12pm and 11am – 1pm
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.
16th November and 21st December, 12:00pm-2:30pm
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, espresso pannacotta, the brekkie plate or fried chicken flatbread. To complete your brunch experience, add-on bottomless mimosas for just $22.
Every day, 10am-3pm
810 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo
It doesn’t get much more impressive than this. Altitude, on level 36 of the Shangri-La in The Rocks, has the most jaw-dropping views in town and their bottomless brunch just makes the experience that whole lot better. On weekend’s only, feast on classic brunch favourites with free-flowing Bellinis and Mimosas, for a little extra you can add limitless Veuve Clicquot.
Shangri-La Hotel, 176 Cumberland Street, Sydney
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 bellini’s and Paddo's brekkie sangria punch to keep you hydrated.
237 Glenmore Road, Paddington
Day drinking has never looked so good with Jamie's Italian offering a $50 long lunch with bottomless prosecco on weekends throughout October. Dine on pasta, polenta chips, and bottomless prosecco for two hours. For those who want something sweet, they are giving guests the option to add an espresso martini or any dessert for just $10.
Weekends in October, 12pm-4pm
107 Pitt Street, Sydney
Aptly defined as being the socially acceptable excuse for day drinking, Darlo Country Club offers a five-course shared brunch menu. You can indulge in a glass of sparkling or bellini on arrival, before tucking into the delectable brunch eats. To make it a bottomless affair, opt for the three-hour sparkling package or go all out with limitless Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut so you can sip to your heart’s content.
Saturdays, from 11:30am
235 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst
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 to lunch than breakfast, and the set menu boasts an assortment of cured salmon, caramelised onion tart, slow-roast chicken and can be teamed with bottomless mimosas.
Weekends, from 11am
413 Bourke Street, Surry Hills
Mrs Sippy does one of the most impressive bottomless brunches in town. Teaming up with fried chicken and sneakerhead mecca Butter, you will sip on Chandon sparkling for two-hours while indulging in some of Butter's signature treats. Expect succulent chicken and flavoursome sides, finished off with a moreish dessert. Why not go all out and upgrade your sparkling to Veuve Clicquot Champagne? You can thank us later.
Weekends, from 12pm
37 Bay Street, Double Bay
Weekend social royalty; everything Sake touches turns to gold and the Saturday and Sunday brunch is no exception. This Japanese fine dining restaurant elegantly serves up a curated three-course menu- featuring a selection of their signature dishes- accompanied by Ruinart Champagne. Now, that's decadence.
Weekends, from 12pm
33 Cross Street, Double Bay