Birmingham’s best restaurants for a boozy bottomless brunch

Whether you’re into avocado on toast or a proper Full English, we can all agree that brunch is better when it’s bottomless. If you’re looking for somewhere to spend a lazy morning in Birmingham, here are some of the city’s best options for a boozy bottomless brunch.

The Button Factory

Spend a lazy Saturday at the Jewellery Quarter’s hippest hangout, where brunch is served until 5pm. Choose from shakshuka, the Full Factory breakfast, or waffles topped with fried chicken or BBQ jackfruit. In warm weather, their roof garden is the place to be.

Go bottomless: 2 courses for £30 or 3 for £35, including unlimited Bellinis or prosecco.

Harvey Nichols Brasserie

This elegant all-day spot serves light options like superfood salads and avocado on toast alongside sweet treats like pancakes with berry compote. Handy if you’ve got a few hours of shopping ahead of you…

Go bottomless: Brunch is £50pp, including 3 dishes and unlimited Harvey Nichols NV Champagne.

Gas Street Social

If you’re feeling a bit delicate, this laid-back brunch spot will soon nurse you back to health. Your hangover won’t stand a chance against the Gas Street Works breakfast or their fiery chorizo hash. Best of all, brunch is served seven days a week!

Go bottomless: Enjoy bottomless Bellinis and Mimosas for 2 hours for £18pp.

Gaucho

Shake things up with a Latin-inspired Electro Brunch at Gaucho, accompanied by bottomless cocktails and chillout beats. If you can resist their steak and eggs, try the choripan sandwich with grilled chorizo, chimichurri and crispy onions.

Go bottomless: Electro Brunch (unlimited food and cocktails) is £52.50pp or you can go premium for £62.50pp which includes unlimited sparkling wine, Porn Star Martinis, or Espresso Martinis.

Saint Pauls House

At this modern boutique hotel in the Jewellery Quarter, you can enjoy free-flowing drinks with your All Out breakfast, steak and eggs, or classic fish and chips. We think it would be the perfect spot for a brunch date.

Go bottomless: 2 courses for £25 or 3 for £30, including bottomless prosecco, Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Screwdrivers.

Tom’s Kitchen

At Tom Aikens’ British brasserie in The Mailbox, brunch is all about indulgence. You can start your day with dishes like truffle eggs Benedict and brioche French toast with caramelised apples and cinnamon cream.

Go bottomless: Free-flowing prosecco for 1 hour 30 minutes for £15pp every Saturday and Sunday.

Best of the rest: The Distillery, Dirty Martini, Lost & Found, Urban Coffee Company.