The Best Bottomless Brunch in Liverpool

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Breakfast, lunch and unlimited prosecco – say no more…

We can’t think of a better combination than breakfast foods and cocktails, hence why we’re always on the lookout for the best bottomless brunches in all of our favourite cities. We know Liverpool will never turn down a breakfast mimosa or espresso martini, so check out our guide to the best bottomless brunches on the Mersey.


62 Castle Street, Liverpool, L2 7LQ

With the company ethos of #DineDrinkDance (incidentally our three favourite past times), Neighbourhood is bound to be your first calling point for an unforgettable bottomless brunch. A restaurant by day and cocktail bar-come-club by night, you can expect tasty breakfast dishes and boozy beverages in a trendy, city centre setting each weekend at Neighbourhood. Their bottomless brunch costs £35 per person, with each booking lasting 1 ½ hours. Each person will get one main meal and unlimited gin, vodka, prosecco, beer and seasonal cocktails - a great deal at any price! Dishes include typically breakfast avocados on toast and eggs benedict, as well as midday options like burgers and sushi!


Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AD

Get breakfast andlunch covered with a trip to Panam - an impressive two floor bar and restaurant on the Albert Docks! Their bottomless brunch is hosted each weekend, with bookings between 11am and 4.45pm (last seating at 2.45pm). Each booking lasts for two hours, with unlimited prosecco, Bloody Mary, Aperol spritz, beer or G&T on offer for the duration. Sit down to an unconventional brunch platter at the start of the booking, piled high with buttermilk pancakes, waffles and berries to share between the table. Each person can then pick one American style main course, with burgers, ribs and pasta on the menu for the lunch portion of brunch!

Castle St Townhouse

25-27 Castle Street, Liverpool, L2 4TA

Despite serving breakfast from 9am till noon, Castle St Townhouse’s brunch menu is distinctly lacking on the ‘breakfast’ side of things. Their bottomless brunch costs £35 per person, with two courses and bottomless prosecco included. Starters include dishes like soup, pâté and ribs, whilst main meals include steaks, salmon and pasta. You’ve also got a selection of side dishes on offer, although these do cost extra. Whilst we’re considering this one more of a bottomless lunch than a bottomless brunch, it’s still a great opportunity to line your stomach before an afternoon of city-centre day drinking!


50 Brunswick Street, Liverpool, L2 0PL

It’ll be hard to tell whether you’re looking over the River Mersey or the Hudson with a trip to Liverpool’s very own New York Rooftop bar - Liberté! As one of the cheapest bottomless brunches in Liverpool, this event costs £30 per person and offers unlimited prosecco, beer and house wine over the duration of your booking. And, whilst this spot isn’t a go-to for poached eggs and smashed avo on toast, you can choose two small plates from their pan-Asian tapas menu. We heartily recommend the duck spring rolls and chorizo croquettes, and just make sure you try and find the bottom of that prosecco bottle to get your money’s worth!

Las Iguanas

14 Paradise Street, Liverpool, L1 8JF

An utterly dependable chain that pops up in most of our bottomless brunch guides has to be Las Iguanas - the Latin-American restaurant with amazing brunch options. Coming in at an absolute bargain price of £24.95 per person, Las Iguanas offers a starter, main and bottomless prosecco and beer over a two-hour slot. Their huge selection of main meals includes some unmissable breakfast dishes like the breakfast burrito and veggie Huevos Rancheros, along with lunch meals like enchiladas and chilli con carne. Sadly, cocktails aren’t included in this offer. However, with Happy Hour lasting all day, every day, we wouldn’t blame you for picking up a Flamingo-a-go-go as a morning pick me up.