Best Bottomless Brunch, Birmingham

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Bottomless brunch has got to be one of my new favourite things. A set price so it’s impossible to go over budget, fun new food and endless drinks, what is there not to like!? As bars and restaurants start to reopen, they need our custom more than ever. And I can’t really think of a better way to do so than book in for a happy few hours. These are what I think are the best bottomless brunch Birmingham has to offer. Who’s joining me?

The Botanist, Birmingham

white rustic interior at the botanist in Birmingham

I just love the floral style of the Botanist on Temple Street. The vibe is relaxed and the cocktails are marvellous. Their bottomless brunch offering is a great excuse to stay a little longer. For a full ninety minutes and just £15 you can choose from their delicious selection of brunch options which include Baked shakshuka, Smoked trout and salmon pâté and Jalapeño cornbread then add bottomless prosecco or spritzs for just an extra £15.

Brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays between 10am and 11.45am.

The Botanist, 14-16 Temple Street, Birmingham, B2 5BG

Dirty Martini Birmingham Brunch

Dark, moody and slightly retro in style, Dirty Martini on Bennetts Hill is a great option for bottomless brunch in Birmingham. This one offers up some of the best cocktails in the city and brunch is served in super cute birdcages making this one about as instagramable as they come!

Dirty martini doorway in Birmingham on Bennetts hill

There are two types available, standard and vegan, both include Bottomless G&Ts, Martinis, Prosecco or Beer. For food you can expect amazing treats like Mac and Cheese Bites and Beef & Cheese Sliders and the espresso martinis will keep you going all day! All this for just £30 Monday to Wednesday and £35 at other times. It’s an hour and a half of pure indulgence.

Brunch is served everyday at Dirty Martini so there’s no reason to wait until the weekend to celebrate. Monday to Friday there are two sittings at 2pm and 4pm. At weekends they also offer a 12pm session. You need to book 72 hours in advance to guarantee your spot.

Dirty Martini, 7 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham B2 5ST

Lost & Found

You can spend a very generous 2 hours enjoying brunch and bubbles at Lost & Found under their gorgeous floral ceiling. It’s just £28 for unlimited Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Mimosas or Bloody Marys alongside delicious food such as smashed avocado benedict, croque madam and cornflake chicken.

floral decorations hanging over bar and from ceiling at lost & Found in Birmingham

Brunch is served every Saturday between 11am and 3pm. give them a call on 0121 643 9293 to book your date.

Lost & Found, 8 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, B2 5RS

The Cosy Club

The Cosy Club has two locations in Birmingham, both vibrantly designed and super friendly. Opt for either Brindley Place or Bennetts hill, both offer a brilliant boundless brunch option. For just £25 you can add bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Mary’s and Passionfruit/Raspberry Mojitos to any of their breakfast options – think a classic fry up or something more exotic such as their market garden breakfast.

doorway to the cosy club at bennetts hill in birmingham

Brunch is served between 10am and 11.30 daily.

Cosy Club, 33 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, B2 5SN

Cosy Club, Unit 9F The Water’s Edge, Brindleyplace, Birmingham, B1 2HL


For a really special occasion I recommend heading to Gaucho for their electro brunch feast. For £52.50 you can enjoy 90 minutes in gorgeous surroundings at this Argentinian Steak Restaurant.Food options include steak and eggs or brisket muffin. Whilst drinks available include Bloody Marys and decadent Jack and Gingers.

outside of Gaocho in birmingham

Brunch is available every Sunday.

Gaucho, Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2AA

The Alchemist

Located right next to Gaucho is the stunning Alchemist with interiors that absolutely scream glamour with food and drinks to match. For just £25 you can choose from a wide range of brunch dishes and three selected cocktails. Food options include pancake stacks and veggie breakfast and cocktail options include aperol spritzes and G&Ts. An extra £10 will give you unlimited drinks for a full ninety minutes.

exterior of the alchemist in birmingham

Bottomless Brunch is available at the Alchemist every weekend between 10am and 2pm.

The Alchemist, The Grand, Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2DA 

Flight Club

If you’re after some entertainment with your bottomless brunch in Birmingham the Flight Club is the venue for you. Brunch social is available Thursday to Sunday. For £25 you can spend two full hours enjoying a bottle of prosecco AND bottomless pizza. If you’re feeling competitive you can add an hour of social darts to your brunch visit.

outside of flight club in birmingham

Flight Club, 13 Temple Street, Birmingham, B2 5BN

Revolucion De Cuba

Revolucion de Cuba is a super fun spot for a night out in Brummie’s and even more so for Brunch. For just £20 you’ll begin with mimosas and bruschetta, then an option of the brunch menu (think breakfast burritos and chorizo hash) accompanied by a great choice of cocktails like Disaronno Fizz and Strawberry Daiquiri. All brunches last 90 minutes.

blue and white canopy outside revolutcion de cuba

Brunch is available everyday at Revolucion de Cuba from 11am until 2pm.

Revolucion de Cuba, 8 Temple Street, Birmingham, B2 5BN

Gas Street Social

Gas Street Social is ALL about brunch, about lazy morning enjoying, eating and sharing. It’s bright and airy and in my opinion totally beautiful. They were in fact the very first restaurant in Birmingham to offer a bottomless brunch! Drinks options include Bellinis, Mimosas and Bloody Marys and food includes eggs benedict and full English. All this for just £19.50 for a full two hours.

Bottomless brunch at the Gas Street Social is available every weekday from 12 until 6.30pm and on weekends from 10am.

Gas Street Social, 166-168 Wharfside Street, The Mailbox, Birmingham, B1 1RL

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There are lots of other options for bottomless brunches in Birmingham so I promise to keep adding to this list as I try them. I know, it’s a tough job but somebody’s got to do it!

If you’re spending more time in the city centre check out this post on all the amazing things to do in Birmingham. Or if you fancy something a bit more substantial than brunch check out where I think is the best curry in Birmingham or even the best Chinese in Birmingham.

Let me know your favourite place in Birmingham for brunch in the comments.

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