Brunch of any kind is probably my favourite meal of the day, but bottomless brunch takes it to a new level. Some of the best I’ve done have been when visiting places like London or New York, but when it comes to Newcastle more and more places have jumped on the bandwagon. Since I originally wrote this post back in January 2020, a lot has obviously happened, and one of these places has even not yet reopened. New bottomless brunches have come along, and some have changed their menu. So here’s my most up to date version of where you can go for bottomless brunch in Newcastle.
This post was originally published in January 2020, and has been updated March 2022. I have worked with some of these venues previously, but none have paid or asked to be included in this post.
Jam Jar Bottomless Brunch, Jesmond
Jam Jar is the best bottomless brunch I’ve done in Newcastle. For £26 per person you can choose from bottomless Bloody Mary’s, Mimosa, Belini’s or prosecco, so proper brunch drinks, or if you prefer no alcohol there is a Virgin brunch available for £16 per person serving coffee, tea, orange juice, coke or ginger beer as alternative options.
For food theres a choice of eggs benedict or eggs royale, a ‘full Jesmond’, pancakes, avocado on toast, or or pulled pork on toast. There are some different choices here to most and the full menu can be found here.
You get two hours per sitting and everyone on the table has to be having the bottomless brunch option. Timings are between 10am – 7pm on Saturdays, or between 12pm – 5pm on Sundays.
I absolutely loved it! You can read my full post on Jam Jar bottomless brunch here.
Bar 28 Prosecco Brunch, Newcastle
I remember when this first came out at No. 28 you couldn’t get booked for weeks, and it’s still popular today with bookings definitely required. I’m sure they’re frequently voted no.1 in the North East. Not only do they do a bottomless brunch, they do a bottomless supper midweek until 7pm too. Enjoy free flowing prosecco for the duration of your booking, which is available Tues – Thurs 5-7pm, Friday 2-7pm, Sat – Sun 12-6pm. Food wise you can choose from their normal tapas menu.
I really like this bar for drinks, it has a great atmosphere and good bar staff, but I’ve never been for brunch and I really need to. The cost is £28 per person, and you can find details on their website here.
The Hudson, Newcastle
This is the one we tried most recently, and The Hudson bottomless brunch has changed a lot since I first wrote this post. It says £39.95 on the menu but it is £35 per head, making it one of the more expensive ones. Again it’s for 90 minutes at weekends like most others, but the menu is one of two platters – a meat version and a vegetarian version. It includes mini burgers, spring rolls, chips, nachos, and either unlimited prosecco or cocktail pitchers.
If I’m totally honest the food wasn’t great, certainly not worth the money but if you’re paying for bottomless alcohol then it could be worth it for that. It’s a lovely restaurant and the food didn’t matter too much for us.
Find the menu here, and book online or by giving them a call.
I love Aveika, I think the food and the cocktails are just such good quality. Their bottomless brunch used to just be one off events at Bank Holiday weekends, but I’m glad they now do it every weekend from Friday to Sunday. It’s £34.95 per person for unlimited prosecco over an hour and a half, with meat, fish and vegetarian options available to eat. I always enjoy the food here so I think it’s worth the price and it’s in a great spot with a good atmosphere.
Find the details and the menu here.
I’ve not been here but my friends have and loved it, but they are the only all bottomless venue in Newcastle – they claim on their website! So whatever package or table you book, drinks are on tap. They have three different options, ranging from bottomless prosecco or lager for £30pp, cocktails including espresso/pornstar martinis, aperol or spirits and mixers at £40pp, or a champagne version for £70pp.
There are no time limits, and are available all day Thursday – Sunday with pre booking very much advised, especially if you’re going for the champagne options or have a group of 7 or more. You will have the table for an hour, and food looks to be a platter of food per person.
Find out more on the Purple Peacock website here.
Sohe is the Asian Fusion spot on Osborne Road, and their bottomless brunch is a firm favourite of one of my friends. It’s available every Friday and Saturday from 12-5pm, or Sunday from 2-6pm. You get unlimited prosecco, aperol spritz, Asahi beer or plum and lychee spritz. I’ve been a long time ago and the drinks were lovely, I must go back for food. Bottomless is 90 minutes, and you get a starter platter to share followed by a main from their brunch menu. The cost is £30.95 per person.
More details and booking here.
A popular bar at the top of Grey Street, especially for bigger groups Banyan offer a bottomless brunch and supper, Sun – Fri until 4pm, and Saturdays until 2pm. Theres actually quite a good selection of drinks available including prosecco, Coors, various spritz cocktails, and Bloody Mary’s. Food wise there are typical breakfast options, then also things like steak frites or burgers depending on what you fancy.
The supper menu is very similar but without the breakfast food options. Brunch is £29.95 per person, and the supper is £32.95 per person, both where you get the table for 90 minutes. Booking will be needed, so find all the details on their website here.
Pitcher & Piano Newcastle
In a cracking spot right on the river, Pitcher & Piano do a weekend bottomless brunch with prosecco, bellinis, mimosas, aperol spritz or pints of Amstel for £29 per person, between 12-4pm. The menu has varied options, including some vegetarian options. I had brunch here last year with Disaranno, so it wasn’t a bottomless version but the brunch menu was the same and the food was lovely. Book on site here.
Alchemist Boundless Brunch
The Alchemist bottomless brunch is called the ’All that Glitters’ brunch, and it’s technically not quite bottomless, as it’s limited to 3 drinks. At £25 knowing their cocktail prices this probably isn’t too bad if you like them. You can book a table for an hour and a half between 10am-2pm, and for £25 you choose three cocktails and a brunch dish. There’s pancakes, breakfast burritos, a full Alchemist and lots more on the menu, and cocktails include all sorts of their weird and novelty creations.
I think if you like these types of cocktails then great, but it’s a shame it isn’t fully bottomless. Take a look at the full menu and how to book online here.
Las Iguanas Bottomless Brunch – Grey Street
I really love Mexican food but I’ve not yet been to Las Iguanas for bottomless brunch. I hear good things about it though, Melis who I know through Instagram says they’re very generous with the food and cocktails. If it sounds like something you’d enjoy then you get a starter and a main for your food, alongside bottomless choices of prosecco or beer, but for an extra £5 you can upgrade your drinks to their cocktails.
The price is £29.95, but if you go for cocktails as your bottomless drink then the £5 takes it to £34.95, and it’s available every day between 11-3pm midweek or 11-5pm at weekends.
Unlike some of the others the menu is pretty good as you can choose a main from the full menu. Find the full details, menu and how to book here.
Saint Vincent Bottomless Brunch, Quayside
*At the moment St Vincent haven’t yet reopened, which makes me really sad as I love it there. I ask every time I’m in one of the 21 Group venues and they do tell me they plan to reopen…here’s hoping! But for when they do…
I LOVE this place, and have really enjoyed brunch here a number of times, so I really like the fact they’ve added a bottomless option. It’s not all inclusive in the price though, basically you can choose unlimited Prosecco, Bloody Mary’s, Mimosa’s or Bellini’s at a set cost of £20, when you’re ordering a main off their brunch menu.
I’ve enjoyed a number of different breakfasts here and the food is really good, if you’re after a Sunday fun day on the quayside then definitely go for this one. It’s available for two hour tables between 10am – 3pm.
Slug & Lettuce Bottomless Brunch
The Slug and Lettuce do a bottomless brunch but unlike others they do it daily, not just at weekends. For £30 per person at both locations Central and the Quayside, you get a dish off their brunch menu and a choice of unlimited drinks including Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Aperol Spritz, or Prosecco. You can book a table to start between 12pm and 2pm, and even upgrade your food for £3 to a dish off the main menu.
They have also recently added their pornstar martinis to the bottomless brunch menu for an extra £10, but it’s worth noting everyone in your party must upgrade.
Full details and online booking here.
From Thursday’s to Sunday’s, Revolution Newcastle offer a bottomless brunch, between 11am and 4pm. Prices vary depending on which day and time you go, but for a Saturday afternoon slot it’s £30 and I think that is the maximum price you would pay.
The menu is a typical brunch menu, with ‘Brunch Grill’ aka a full English, a vegetarian option, then things like pancakes, avo on toast, pancakes, and then more lunch food like pizzas, burgers or loaded nachos. You also get 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails (Aperol, Bloody Mary etc), prosecco or vodka and mixers.
I’ve not ate off the brunch menu, but I have had their Bloody Mary’s which were pretty good.
Full details and booking can be done online here.
Liquid Brunch at Newcastle Malmaison
*I’ve moved this to the bottom of the list as it looks like they aren’t currently serving bottomless brunch at the Malmaison. They did do a version in winter, but I will update if this changes for spring/summer.
I haven’t experienced this at the Newcastle Mal, but I have at the one in Manchester and it’s basically the same thing. For £29.99 per person, you get a two hour sitting at a time of your choice between 12pm — 3pm. You can choose one main from the brunch menu, and it comes with two hours of unlimited refills of either Prosecco or Heineken.
It looks like they do different food menus depending on the season, but there are a range of egg dishes, full English, steak frites and a couple of different burger options. We did it in Manchester before going to Parklife festival, as a way to have a few drinks and some food before the much more expensive, and not as nice options that would be on offer in the festival itself.
The food was really nice, and the staff kept us topped up for the full two hours. I think if you’re going to an event it’s a great way to get started, but even if you’re not the Newcastle Malmaison is in such a lovely spot on the Quayside that it’s a perfect way to spend your early Saturday afternoon with friends, followed by some more drinks further along the river.
I think we can all agree that when it comes to bottomless brunch in Newcastle there is plenty choice, we aren’t just limited to prosecco and there are a good variety of food options to cater for anyones taste. Most of them also do a non alcoholic cheaper version so non drinkers don’t have to miss out. Wherever you go for bottomless brunch in Newcastle – enjoy!
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