These Are The Best Bottomless Brunches To Try In Sheffield

There is nothing quite like brunch. It’s a great way to get friends together and really let your hair down with a few cocktails and a bit of fizz. And Sheffield, ‘The Steel City’, has plenty of great opportunities to fill yourself full of great drinks and even greater food. We’ve hand-selected a mixture of sophisticated venues, street food fun and other great deals for you to get stuck into with your friends. SO fill your faces with eggs benni and a few Aperol Spritz and enjoy yourself this weekend. Here’s the best bottomless brunches in Sheffield.

Craft & Dough, Kelham Island

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Craft & Dough, Kelham Island, is a cool pizza place that serves a delicious array of quirky fresh pizzas. Their boozy brunch is amazing and you’ll definitely you want to get a ‘slice’ of the action.

Served Thursday through to Sunday in three sittings (which are 11 am, 1 pm or 3pm), the offer includes unlimited house fizz or Craft & Dough Lager to drink – or you can upgrade to Estrella, Youngs Head On IPA or Gin & Tonic for just a fiver.

They have some interesting choices of brunch items, with a little something for everyone. Their ‘Crafty Breakfast’ is their take on the good ol’ Full English, with a veggie alternative available, too. Or you could try their ‘Nduja Hash’, which is a whole load of Italian goodness served on sourdough bread. Their veggie range is decent with classic avo on toast or their ‘Shakshuka’.

The time limit is 90 minutes, loads of time to neck a few beers before heading on to the next watering hole. Prices are currently £22.50 per person, which we think is great value. For more information click hereCraft & Dough, 1A Kelham Square, Kelham Island

Picture House Social, Abbeydale Road

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Picture House Social on Abbeydale Road is an independent venue that sells delicious Italian inspired street food. You can enjoy great music, cocktails, craft beer and a whole host of games.

Bottomless brunch is served from 12 pm – 2 pm. You can enjoy unlimited cocktails with a choice of espresso martinis, strawberry daiquiris, or enjoy a classic glass of fizz with some prosecco. If cocktails aren’t for you, have a house lager or cider instead.

You will need some food to help soak up all that booze – obviously – and this boozy brunch offers pizza, salads & sides. The menu features classic Italian-style pizzas, our favourite being the nduja, broccoli and fennel pizza. The sides are just as good, too, with zucchini fries or beautiful arancini just some that are available.

The boozy brunch is brought to you for just is £29.95 per person, which, for what you get, is a great price and well worth it! For more info click here. Picture House Social, 383 Abbeydale Rd, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1FS

Deckard’s at Barrowboy

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Another alternative brunch offering for you guys (we are spoiling you). Deckard’s at Barrowboy feeds you some scrumptious bao buns and sides at this pretty special brunch.

The Asian inspired bottomless brunch is available from 12 pm to 4 pm, with bottomless drinks of choice including the classic Bloody Mary, Dark N’ Stormy, mimosa or prosecco. They have a variety of bao buns on offer to eat, with sides for you to have a long side of your drinks.

The bottomless brunch is £25 per person, and while it’s a little different, the bao buns are to die for. If you’d like to find out more click here. Barrowboy, 453 Abbeydale Rd, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1FS

Silversmiths

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If you’re after a sophisticated bottomless brunch in Sheffield, Silversmiths is the answer. It’s an elegant restaurant that produces modern British cuisine, with a strong Yorkshire influence.

You can enjoy the bottomless brunch from 12 pm to 3:30 pm. The drinks on offer are Passion Fruit Martini, Summer Spritz or Cosmopolitan, wine and prosecco. 

To go along with your Passion Fruit Martinis, you can enjoy classic egg dishes, lobster rolls, oysters and, our favourite, some amazing sounding Wagyu Sliders that come with triple-cooked chips.

This posh brunch is £35 per head, and you get 90 minutes to fill your face with super cocktails and gorgeous grub. Silversmiths, 111 Arundel St, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2NT

The Botanist

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The Botanist is such a cool place to visit, and their garden-inspired restaurant is a breath of fresh air. It’s a bottomless brunch in a secret garden escape. What’s not to love?

Their bottomless brunch is on every Saturday from 10 am – 1 pm, where you can enjoy unlimited Aperol Spritz and classic brunch fizz prosecco.

The food options to go alongside your drinks are a classic Full English, a number of vegan options, smashed avo & eggs, and even a French toastie filled with Nutella and Biscoff.

You‘ll have 90 minutes to get through all of your drinks and food. It costs £27.50 per head to enjoy your brunch here. The Botanist, Leopold Square, Unit 5A and 5B, Sheffield S1 2JG

Turtle Bay

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Turtle Bay offers up a brunch designed for slowing down and chilling out ‘Island style’ with their bottomless brunch in Sheffield. Guests can enjoy the Caribbean inspired brunch, which includes the Kingston Grill Down, roti stacked with fried chicken or smashed avocado with a poached egg on a grilled roti. I’m drooling at the thought.

Get creative with your drinks, whether it’s Prosecco you’re after or a rum-based cocktail – you’re pretty spoiled for choice at Turtle Bay. I mean, hey, there’s even Red Stripe if that’s more your style. With 2 hours to enjoy as much as you can handle for just £27 per person, it sounds like a good choice to us! Find out more here. Turtle Bay, Unit 2 NUM Building, 18 Holly St, Sheffield S1 2GT

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