Aussies love brunch. And luckily for us, bottomless brunch has become a popular option for those who like to indulge in a long, lazy meal accompanied by free-flowing drinks. Whether you prefer mimosas, champagne, or Bloody Mary’s, we have rounded up the best spots for bottomless brunch in Sydney.
If you’re looking for a chic and trendy spot to enjoy bottomless brunch, head to Pumphouse in Ultimo. This upscale brewery offers a seasonal a la carte menu that pairs perfectly with its two hours of free-flowing drinks. You can choose from a selection of wines from Victoria’s King Valley region, Sydney Lager beer, juice, soft drinks, and Heineken 0.0.
The upper terrace of Pumphouse is an idyllic spot to soak up the sunshine while sipping on your favorite drinks. Prices start from $63 per person, including two hours of bottomless drinks and one a la carte menu item.
Baby Coffee Co (Waterloo)
Baby Coffee Co. in Waterloo is a cozy and intimate café that serves a range of classic breakfast options, including eggs on toast and truffle mushroom linguini. However, the highlight of this café is its bottomless drinks options, which include bottomless mimosas for $25, bottomless prosecco for $35, and now bottomless Bloody Marys and Tommy’s Margs for $39.
If you’re a group of 4-12 people, you can take advantage of “The Brunch Package” to make the most of your time together. The bottomless drinks are capped at two hours, and prices start from $25 per person plus the cost of your brunch meal.
Rosie Campbell’s (Surry Hills)
Rosie Campbell’s in Surry Hills is a Caribbean-inspired eatery that offers a bottomless brunch experience like no other. Here, you can enjoy two hours of unlimited drinks, including mimosas, Bloody Marys, rum punch, and house beer for just $55 per person.
The food menu features an array of Caribbean-style dishes, including jerk chicken and waffles, plantain chips, and coconut shrimp. The atmosphere is lively and upbeat, making this the perfect spot for a fun-filled bottomless brunch with friends.
Dead Ringer (Surry Hills)
Dead Ringer in Surry Hills is a trendy bar that has made a name for itself with its unique take on bottomless brunch. Unlike other brunch spots, Dead Ringer has done away with the classic eggs and smashed avo and instead focuses on lunch-style fare.
Their set brunch menu ($45) starts with cured salmon and a pulled pork tostada, then moves on to baked ricotta tarts and slow-roasted chicken with a creamy polenta as your main. The drinks menu includes one and a half hours of free-flowing wine (bubbles, white, rose, and red) for $45 per person. You can also order the Dead Ringer Bloody Mary ($18), an espresso martini ($20), or breakfast juice with a touch of campari ($11) a la carte.
The Botanist (Kirribilli)
The Botanist in Kirribilli is a charming and rustic eatery that offers a bottomless brunch experience every Saturday and Sunday. For just $89 per person, you can enjoy two hours of bottomless drinks, including mimosas, Bellinis, and Bloody Marys. Vegan and gluten-free options are available.
The Winery (Surry Hills)
The Winery in Surry Hills is a chic and sophisticated spot that offers a bottomless brunch experience every Saturday and Sunday. For just $79 per person, you can enjoy two hours of bottomless drinks, including mimosas, Bellinis, and sparkling wine.
The Greens (North Sydney)
If you’re looking for a stunning waterfront location for your bottomless brunch, head to The Greens in North Sydney. For just $79 per person, you can enjoy two hours of bottomless drinks, including prosecco, Aperol spritz, and espresso martinis. The Greens also offers vegan and gluten-free options, making it an inclusive spot for all dietary requirements.
The Butler (Potts Point)
The Butler in Potts Point is a chic and sophisticated spot that offers a range of bottomless brunch options. For $89 per person, you can enjoy two hours of bottomless drinks, including mimosas, Bellinis, and Bloody Marys. They offer vegan and gluten-free options so it’s friendly for everyone.
The Henson (Marrickville)
The Henson in Marrickville is a laid-back and casual spot that offers a range of bottomless brunch options. For just $70 per person, you can enjoy two hours of bottomless drinks, including mimosas, Bellinis, and Bloody Marys. The menu includes vegetarian and gluten-free options so don’t worry about them.
Bottomless brunch is the perfect way to spend a lazy weekend morning or afternoon with friends. With so many options available in Sydney, you’ll never run out of spots to try. From chic and sophisticated eateries to laid-back and casual bars, there’s something for everyone on our list of the best bottomless brunch spots in Sydney. Gather your friends, grab a mimosa, and sip your way through a long brunch.