Bottomless brunch is one of the few great luxuries in life, and if there’s anywhere bursting with choice – it’s good old Leeds. Saving a bit of cash is always a winner, so what better way to cut down on your boozy outgoings than going unlimited? We’ve rounded up the best bottomless brunches in Leeds to enjoy a whole lotta booze.
With three bars and restaurants dotted around Leeds (Greek St, Merrion St and Headingly), Manahatta is one of the most convenient options for a boozy brunch.
Served until 4pm (for those looking to hack their brunch and make it pre-drinks!), guests are served a bottomless choice of prosecco, Bloody Mary, Coors or Aperol Spritz – and you can even mix between them.
The menu is pretty diverse with a bit of something for everyone – with options ranging from standard brunch items like pancakes, avo and eggs and a full english, to heftier options with just a £5 upgrade fee such as burgers, crispy chicken and more.
The time limit for the bottomless drinks is 90 minutes, plenty of time to sink a few before hitting the town. Prices start at £26.95 per person and works out at great value when drinking in groups. Manahatta, 11 Merrion St, LS1 6PG
A great spot for a girl’s day out, Neighbourhood also offers a bit of something for everyone – with a small, staple brunch menu that can be enjoyed both bottomless or on it’s own.
With traditional dishes such as Eggs Florentine, Eggs Benedict and Avo & Toast, the bar and restaurant also features some of its asian influence with sushi additions and even a Poke bowl to mix it up a bit.
For £35 per person, the offer includes one brunch dish of your choice, with an unlimited choice of gin, vodka, prosecco, beer and seasonal cocktails for 90 minutes – well worth it for the selection of spirits.
If brunch isn’t your gaff, they even offer a Bottomless Sunday Roast for an additional £25 per person – with a choice of half roast chicken, slow roasted rib of beef and zucchini and cashew bake for the veggies. Neighbourhood, 5SX, 5 Greek St, LS1 5RW
The Lost & Found
Nothing beats a good lookin’ brunch, and if anyone offers just that – it’s The Lost & Found. Lasting for 2 whole hours, the offer includes a choice of brunch dish and bottomless Bloody Marys, prosecco, Mimosas or Bellinis for just £26. If anyone can sink as many Bellinis as possible for just £26, it’s me.
The brunch options are much more breakfasty than other restaurants, with choices such as pancakes, Eggs Royale, smashed avo on toast and more available.
There’s also an upgrade option to include a side for just £3.50 extra, with the whole brunch menu being very vegetarian and vegan friendly – making it one of the best bottomless brunches in Leeds. The Lost & Found, 12 Greek St, LS1 5PT
Angelica is always a luxurious affair, so if you fancy brunch with a bit of scenery from their terrace – it’s a great choice for a day-time tipple.
Guests can order anything they’d like from Angelica’s usual brunch menu which includes egg dishes galore, and add bottomless prosecco to their meal for only £15 – perfect for making prosecco-fuelled purchasing decisions during a bit of afternoon shopping. Angelica, Level 6, Trinity, 70 Boar Lane, LS1 6HW
Available on Saturdays and Sundays, East 59th has a huge offering for bottomless brunches in Leeds – making it a strong contender for a boozy day out.
Available for 90 minutes til 4pm, guests can choose from Bloody Marys or free-flowing prosecco for just 20 per person when they order a main and dessert/starter/snack from their A La Carte menu. The menu covers a variety of dishes, from eggy brunch options, to burgers, steaks and salads – meaning there’s no restrictions if you have something particular you fancy.
The offer is also available weekdays from 12pm to 5pm, too – so if you have a cheeky day off you can pop in for a bevvy or five. East 59th, Victoria Gate, 3rd floor rooftop, George St, LS2 7AU
A brunch with an asian fusion twist, this one’s a great one for those who want something a little bit different. Coming in at just £25 per person, guests get to choose from free-flowing beer or prosecco to wash their brunch down with, or upgrade for a fiver to include cocktails.
The menu includes asian classics such as Katsu curry, Pad Thai and stir fry – with a choice of sides that can be purchased additionally such as Thai fries and Dirty Katsu fries. Sounds delish.
The bottomless drinks are for a 90 minute period, and it’s available every single day. Bar Soba, 6 Greek St, LS1 5RW
Served in their ever-Instagrammable brunch birdcages, Dirty Martini’s brunch offering is the perfect choice for boozing for 2.
Serving a choice of pink and blood orange G&T’s, Martinis and prosecco for 90 minutes, Dirty Martini’s brunch is a little different to the other offerings – combining afternoon tea and injecting a good old bit of alcohol into the occasion.
Guests will choose from either the normal brunch or a vegetarian brunch, which includes a ton of nibbles to get through while you catch up – including spring rolls, arancini, beef and cheese sliders, mini kebabs and more.
The brunch option is just £30 per person, saving you a ton of cash on G&Ts. Dirty Martini, 31 King St, LS1 2HL
Another restaurant with a variety of options for getting your bottomless booze fix, Crafthouse has three different options that let the prosecco flow freely!
Running each Friday from 5pm to 8.30pm, their Friday Supper Club is a hit – with 3 courses for just £45 per person including 90 minutes of all the prosecco you can sink.
The menu includes a selection of starters, mains and desserts – and is perfect for a romantic evening with your partner or if you’re in the mood for something a little fancier. The menu includes dishes such as Truffled Orzo pasta, pumpkin velouté, and corn-fed chicken served with sherry sauce. As far as bottomless brunches in Leeds go, this one’s pretty fancy!
If you fancy something a little different, there’s even the option to add free-flowing prosecco to you Sunday lunch for just £15 (the perfect accompaniment if I do so say myself!) and there’s even a bottomless afternoon tea to take advantage of too for £39 per person. Crafthouse, Level 5, Trinity, 70 Boar Lane, LS1 6HW
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