Prosecco, beer, and wine are the classic choices for bottomless brunch, but what if you've grown tired (gasp!) of unlimited bubbles? Worry not, as London's bottomless brunch scene has evolved to cater to all sorts of preferences, including those who would rather enjoy their bottomless brunch with cocktails. Our guide to the best bottomless cocktail brunches in London highlights the top brunch experiences where you can get your fill of free-flowing cocktails, from unlimited Bloody Marys to more exotic options such as Pisco Sours. Cheers!
Guide to the best bottomless cocktail brunch in London
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The best bottomless cocktail brunch in London
- The Alchemist – Bottomless brunch with magical cocktails
- Dirty Martini – A bottomless cocktail brunch London flocks to
- Mr Bao – Bao-ttomless cocktail brunch
- Devonshire Terrace – Le Freak out at this bottomless disco brunch with cocktails
- Little Nan's Bar – Cocktail teapots
- Ekte Nordic Kitchen – Bottomless cocktails with a Scandi twist
- Aqua Kyoto – Japanese bottomless brunch with cocktails or champagne
- Chotto Matte – Fusing bottomless cocktails and Peruvian culture
- M Restaurant – One of the most fun bottomless cocktail brunches in London
- The Aubrey – Asian-inspired bottomless cocktails
- Temper – Definitely not advocating temperance
- Pacifica – DIY bottomless cocktails
- The Piano Works – Build your own brunch soundtrack
- Gaucho – The ideal brunch meat-up
- Wingmans – Bottomless cocktail of the month
- Ping Pong – Dim sum and cocktails by the carafe
- Nakanojo – Bottomless Pisco Sours and sushi
- The Avenue Cookery School – Become the master of your bottomless brunch destiny
The best bottomless cocktail brunch in London
Bottomless brunch with magical cocktails
The Alchemist is a renowned international group of cocktail bars with multiple branches around the capital, using high mixology magicks to craft fascinating, theatrically arranged potions. On weekends, patrons can indulge in The Alchemist bottomless brunch London-wide. The basic version of the Alchemy Cocktail Brunch includes three of the group's creative cocktails and a brunch dish to pair with them, and you can add on the bottomless option.
A bottomless cocktail brunch London flocks to
The Dirty Martini cocktail bars around the city feature dramatic lighting and colourful contemporary decor, and there's lots of fun stuff to match the setting going on here. This includes the daily Dirty Martini bottomless brunch, where you can enjoy bottomless martinis, G&Ts, prosecco, or beer as you munch on brunch classics served in the signature Dirty Martini birdcage. The Bottomless Martini Brunch is available at all of the group's London locations.
Bao-ttomless cocktail brunch
Popular Taiwanese joint Mr Bao in Peckham shies away from classic brunch dishes for its weekend menu, instead offering an original menu with an assortment of steamed buns and sharing plates. Breakfast purist need not fear, as suitable options such as bacon baos or Cantonese scrambled eggs are included. As for the bottomless option, you can pay by the hour to enjoy bottomless cocktail specials.
Le Freak out at this bottomless disco brunch with cocktails
Part of the Drake & Morgan group, Devonshire Terrace serves modern European cuisine in a smart and sleek venue with chic furniture and plenty of outdoor seating. Things get extra Chic on select Saturdays, when the bar and restaurant hosts a bottomless disco brunch. In addition to a tasty brunch dish, you get to enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited bubbles, beer, or fab cocktails such as Espresso Martinis or Bloody Marys.
Little Nan's is a quirky award-winning bar in Deptford, known for its cosy and homey atmosphere inspired by the owner's grandmother. There's a lengthy menu of signature cocktails to choose from, and they can even be ordered by the teapot. Little Nan's boozy brunch features sharing platters served on vintage cake stands, along with selected cocktail teapots and a party anthem soundtrack.
Bottomless cocktails with a Scandi twist
Ekte Nordic Kitchen is a contemporary eatery serving authentic Scandinavian cuisine, with the menu changing according to the seasons. Their Scandi Bottomless Brunch remains a Saturday fixture, however, pairing intriguing Scandinavian dishes with your choice of free-flowing prosecco or Nordic cocktails such as the Bloody Dane or Nordic Garden.
Japanese bottomless brunch with cocktails or champagne
Aqua Kyoto in Soho offers sophisticated Japanese cuisine in an elegant and modern setting. Guests can enjoy authentic Japanese dishes in the sleek interior or on the heated outdoor terrace with city views. The weekend bottomless brunch lets you choose between different drinks packages, including house wine & beer, cocktails & bubbles, or champagne, accompanied by sushi and other Japanese delicacies.
Fusing bottomless cocktails and Peruvian culture
Chotto Matte offers a stylish and artistic take on Nikkei cuisine in the heart of London, blending Japanese and Peruvian culinary traditions. The restaurant's avant-garde interior features colourful walls and carefully selected materials for a unique dining experience. On Saturdays, the Soho branch hosts a brunch party with music, Nikkei food, and your choice of bottomless cocktails such as the Toropikaru, made with rum, port, dry vermouth, pineapple, orgeat, lemon, and egg white.
One of the most fun bottomless cocktail brunches in London
This self-styled “gastro playground” uses international techniques, inspiration, and ingredients to serve modern grilled delicacies, with a particular focus on meat and seafood. Hosted every Saturday, M Restaurant's Tokyo Brunch transports visitors to Japan with the help of three courses of delicious food, DJ beats, and a varied assortment of unlimited cocktails ranging from classics such as Porn Star Martini to creative Japan-inspired variants such as the Plum Highball. You can even add an hour of karaoke or Nintendo Switch gaming to your package.
Asian-inspired bottomless cocktails
Situated within the luxurious Mandarin Oriental hotel in Knightsbridge, The Aubrey is a unique Japanese izakaya offering traditional Japanese cuisine, as well as a pioneering omakase cocktail experience. It's no wonder the weekend brunch menu takes advantage of the in-house mixology expertise, offering a selection of bottomless cocktails such as the Isolde with sake, Japanese citrus, shiso, and tonic. The drinks are accompanied by Asian-inspired takes on brunch classics, sushi, and other delicacies.
Definitely not advocating temperance
The Temper restaurants are meat lovers' havens that oppose industrial farming, with open kitchens and fire pits turning barbecuing into both culinary entertainment and art. At select Temper locations, you can enjoy bottomless brunch on Saturdays. The menu features meaty delights such as burgers and house-made sausages, accompanied by 90 minutes of unlimited cocktails, wine, or beer.
DIY bottomless cocktails
Pacifica, formerly known as Cattivo, is a stylish bar and restaurant in Brixton known for its drinks, casual dining, and fun atmosphere. The venue offers a variety of comfort food options, including burgers, tacos, and salads, along with an extensive cocktail menu. Their signature weekend brunch lets you go bottomless with your choice of fizz, punch bowls, and make-your-own bubbly cocktail kits.
Build your own brunch soundtrack
The Piano Works isn't just about enjoying food and drinks; it's also about curating your own musical experience. You have the opportunity to request your favourite tracks for the six-piece house band to play live as you eat to the beat. The bottomless brunch with cocktails includes drinks such as Mojitos and Rum Punch, along with the classic beer and bubbles. For the food, you can choose among indulgent brunch options such as Eggs Florentine or a Bacon Stack, with desserts served as well.
The ideal brunch meat-up
The Gaucho group was launched in 1994 with the goal of offering London the best Argentinian steaks around. Today it numbers several stylish branches, with some of them serving bottomless brunch with cocktails. On the food side of things, you can enjoy free-flowing starters such as empanadas and burrata, followed by a main and a dessert. The drinks include various bottomless cocktails, including non-alcoholic options, as well as wine and beer.
Bottomless cocktail of the month
The Wingmans establishments specialise in hearty comfort food, with a particular emphasis on chicken wings, smothered in a range of flavourful sauces. The dining areas feature classic, tiled white walls for a timeless ambiance. The weekend bottomless brunch includes unlimited wings, fries, and free-flowing beer, Aperol Spritz, or cocktail of the month.
Dim sum and cocktails by the carafe
The Ping Pong restaurants offer a diverse array of dim sum, ranging from gyoza to bao, coupled with inventive house-crafted cocktails. Some of their locations throw a bottomless brunch on Saturdays, where you can pair a dim sum set menu with free-flowing wine, beer, prosecco, or cocktails. The bottomless cocktail carafes feature choices such as the Asian Zombie, made with five-spice syrup.
Bottomless Pisco Sours and sushi
Nakanojo brings its distinctive and lively aesthetic to a two-story establishment on Thayer Street, featuring iconic Japanese cherry trees, a striking mural, and various decorative flourishes. The menu offers Nikkei fusion delicacies like tacos and ceviches, all accompanied by a range of expertly crafted cocktails. Their bottomless brunch menu includes free-flowing Pisco Sour cocktails, sake, or prosecco, as well as unlimited sushi.
Become the master of your bottomless brunch destiny
The Avenue Cookery School offers a range of course teaching all sorts of useful cooking-related skills. Their adults-only range includes various bottomless options, including a bottomless brunch course. Participants learn how to make a delicious brunch from scratch, including poached eggs, all while drinking unlimited Bloody Marys or Bellinis. A vegan course is available as well.