Everyone loves a good bottomless brunch. There’s just nothing better than getting dressed up and knocking a few bevvys back knowing you’re saving a few bob while you’re at it. And with that in mind, we’ve picked out the best spots in picturesque city York for you and your friends to enjoy a whole lotta booze. Eggs n’ avo, pancakes n’ Nutella or a full English are just a few highlights of the deals, so read out to find out our current top picks.
Set on the streets of Little Stonegate, Manahatta is the perfect choice for a ‘boujee’ brunch in York. It’s a very central choice close to all the sights, which most places are in the quaint city of York. The brunch menu includes a range of food options ranging from pancakes with Nutella, full English breakfast or smashed avocado & poached eggs. All the classics to suit everybody for a boozy brunch.
Their bottomless drinks offering includes Prosecco, Bloody Mary’s, Aperol Spritz or a pint of Corrs – and you’ll even get a lovely 90 minutes of free-flowing drinks to accompany your grub. Prices start at £27.95 per person and you can find out more here. Manahatta, 3 Little Stonegate, York YO1 8AX
2. Pitcher & Piano
Pitcher & Piano is a picturesque venue just off Coney Street, overlooking the beautiful River Ouse. Its decor is industrial mixed in with shabby chic, making for an ideal backdrop to a boozy brunch. Guests can choose from any dish from their breakfast menu which includes bacon and sausage in a breakfast brioche, P&P full English, eggs Benedict, brunch burger and more – with drinks including classic choices such as Prosecco, Bellinis and Mimosas.
The offer is pretty cheap too to kick off the weekend with, costing just £25 per person. Check it out here. Pitcher & Piano, Ebor House, Coney St, York YO1 9QL
3. Las Iguanas
Set back off the main street, Las Iguanas is a Mexican treat, serving up a bottomless brunch with a difference. If you’re looking for something a little more fun and a bit more spicy, we reckon this’ll be right up your street.
Guests can select a starter and a main from their menu. So get stuck into the Mexican delights they have to offer, whether it be a burrito, chimichanga or just some good old nachos. Enjoy unlimited Prosecco or draught beer for their standard brunch deal or upgrade for a fiver and add Mojitos and Caipirinhas to your drink options. Their brunch starts at £24.95 per person and is from 12 pm- 3 pm Saturday and 12 pm-5 pm Sunday. Book it here. Las Iguanas, 21 Back Swinegate, York YO1 8AD
The perfect place for both pre-drinks and a spot of boozy brunch, Revolution hosts a bottomless brunch every single weekend – and it’s cheap as chips. Menu options include proper grilled brekkies, pancakes, your typical avo dishes and even pizza – with an array of cocktails including Aperol Spritz, Pornstar Martini and, of course, bottomless fizz.
Bottomless booze lasts for a whole two hours, with prices starting as low as £20pp for a session. Find out more. Revolution, Coney Street, YO1 9NA
5. Turtle Bay
Just down from Manahatta on Little Stonegate, Turtle Bay offers up a brunch designed for slowing down and chilling out ‘Island style’. 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! Check it out here. Turtle Bay, 11 Little Stonegate, York YO1 8AX
Solita has some of the ultimate choices in comfort food – think burgers, waffles, chicken (All the good stuff). There is one thing for sure, you won’t be leaving this place hungry. You’ll find it near the iconic cobbled streets of the Shambles. Try navigating them after a few proseccos.
Your brunch includes one brunch dish of your choice, and this can be washed down with either prosecco, cocktails, or a draught beer. So, there is plenty to get stuck into at this tasty bottomless brunch. You have 90 minutes to get stuck into the unlimited drinks and it usually costs around £25 per person.