You might agree with us that brunch is the best meal of the day, but what if you can’t wait until the weekend? If you are thinking of moving or are moving to the city of Manchester, and bottomless brunch is at the top of your list of things to do, you’re in luck! There are plenty of pubs and eateries to serve you eggs benny, and pancakes with a side of bubbles. With our guide, you can find Manchester’s best bottomless midweek brunches.
Head to Cutting Room Square and Elnecot’s sleek warehouse design for a two-hour bottomless brunch (yes, that’s a little longer than most!) Receive bottomless Prosecco, cocktails, and beer with the purchase of one breakfast item, which you can enjoy while admiring the trendy exposed pipework above. The menu offers delicacies such as a Full English, falafel in ragu sauce, and thick, cosy pieces of sourdough slathered in butter and jam with variations for meat-eaters, vegetarians, and vegans.
- £25 per person
- 2 hours
- Saturday 11am-3pm & Sunday 11am-12.30pm
The Bay Horse Tavern’s brunch menu features all of the basics, including eggs any way you like them, meats, salmon, and toast. The addition of Irish Coffee to their bottomless drinks list, in addition to the traditional Prosecco, Bloody Marys, and bottled beer, makes it one of Manchester’s top bottomless brunches. Sink into luxurious leather seats at this fantastic place and glide into the weekend.
- £27.50 per person
- 90 minutes
- Saturday & Sunday 11am-2pm
If you’re a big fan of Peaky Blinders, you’ll know that Manchester is the show’s second location for production. Peaky Blinders Manchester is a boozy brunch destination in Deansgate, with a 1920s-styled beer hall and cocktail bar. While channelling your inner Tommy Shelby, enjoy generously proportioned meat, vegetarian, or vegan ‘peaky platters’ with free-flowing beer, cider, cocktails, and gin.
- £37.50 per person
- 90 minutes
- Thursday & Friday 2.30 pm and 4.30 pm
- Saturday & Sunday 12pm, 2.15pm and 4.30pm
The trendy Pen & Pencil in the Northern Quarter believes that less is more; they only provide bottomless brunch once a month. This comes with a cautionary note: book early because it frequently sells out. Their ‘free-flow’ menu is one of Manchester’s best bottomless brunches since it includes beverages and food! Prosecco, mimosas, Bloody Marys (and more) go well with fluffy American pancakes, eggs any way you like them, rump steak, and avocado on toast. This is one to book ahead of time, but we promise that it will be worth the wait!
- £40 per person
- 3 hours
- Last Saturday of every month, 10 am-1 pm