Post-lockdown plans? Sorted. We’ve rounded up the best bottomless brunches Manchester has to offer.
If you’re looking for a fail-safe outing post-lockdown, bottomless brunch is always a strong contender, particularly if you want to make the most out of your money while getting a little bit sloshed. We’ve put together the ultimate guide to bottomless brunch in Manchester, so you can spend less time researching and more time summoning a refill! Prosecco, please!
Cottonopolis, Northern Quarter
Infusing Japanese dishes with the pinnacle of British culture (getting sozzled!), Cottonopolis offers bottomless brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm. With a choice of prosecco, mimosas, bellinis and Bloody Marys, the brunch is a pretty affordable one, with just a £15 fee for your bottomless booze.
Plates include sweet toasts with mascarpone, whipped cheesecake, or dark chocolate with fruit toppings or savoury dishes such as waffles, 6oz sirloin, pork katsu, and Szechuan pepper pastrami hash. I’ll take it all, thanks!
Bottomless drinks are served for 1 hour 15 minutes and the only rule is that you finish your drink before asking for a top-up. Bottomless brunch prices start at £23 and vary dependant on dish ordered. Cottonopolis, 16 Newton St, Manchester, M1 2AE
Putting the booze in “boozy brunch”, Manahatta provides 90 minutes of bottomless fun with drink options including prosecco, Bloody Marys, Aperol Spritz, and pints of Coors to mix between.
Served every Saturday and Sunday between 11am and 4pm, guests can choose from traditional brunch options such as pancakes, eggs, and full English. If you’re feeling peckish, there’s also a £5 upgrade option to swap the brunch for main plates such as steak frites, katsu curry or a burger.
The brunch comes in at just £28.95 per person and must be booked in advance. Manahatta, 188 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 3NE
One of Manchester’s most Instagrammable restaurants, Menagerie serves up not just one, but two breakfast plates for bottomless brunch guests to enjoy. Better get those stretchy pants ready!
Unlimited drinks are available for two hours, with options including mimosas, fruit punch, Bloody Marys or prosecco by the glass. The brunch options are deliciously filling, with the menu boasting plates such as full English breakfast, Eggs Benedict, french toast and pancakes. The best part is that if you’re spoiled for choice, you always have your second plate to choose wisely with!
Brunch starts at noon until 4pm and costs £40 per person. Menagerie, One New Bailey, New Bailey St, Salford, M3 5JL
Brand new for 2020, BLVD’s bottomless brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm and features classic brunch options that’ll have you boomeranging your yolk break. The spot is a regular for Love Islanders such as Tommy Fury and Molly Mae, and serves bottomless drinks for 90 minutes such as Bloody Marys, gin cocktails, bottled beer, and mimosas.
The menu includes tasty dishes like Eggs Royale, pancakes and vegan hash and costs £35 per person. BLVD, The Avenue North, Manchester, M3 3BZ
The Refinery, Spinningfields
A laidback spot in the heart of Spinningfields, The Refinery is stylish and cosy with a bottomless brunch that delivers filling all-day breakfast plates from 10am til 3pm on weekends. The menu is really diverse, with options varying from avo on toast to fish and chips. There’s something for everyone available including a variety of vegan and vegetarian options.
Bottomless drinks cost just £20 on top of the price of your meal, and it includes free-flowing cocktails for 90 minutes. If you book on a Saturday, things could get really wild too – with a DJ playing for the duration. The Refinery, XYZ Building, 1 Hardman Blvd, Manchester, M3 3AQ
The Pen and Pencil, Northern Quarter
One of the Northern Quarter’s coolest brunch spots, The Pen & Pencil is a diverse venue that’s fun whatever day you visit. The ‘all-inclusive free-flow brunch’ takes place on the last Saturday of every month and has a bit of a USP compared to other restaurants. Not only are the drinks bottomless, but guests can also enjoy bottomless plates during their brunch – making it well worth the £40 per person price tag. Simply choose a brunch plate and a drink, finish them, and start over!
Drink options include prosecco, mimosas, Amstel and Bloody Marys, with plate options such as smoky beans on toast, Eggs Florentine and pancakes. Challenge accepted! The Pen and Pencil, Fourways House, 57 Hilton St, Manchester, M1 2EJ