If you fancy upgrading your breakfast in Newcastle and adding a little extra sparkle, you’ll be pleased to hear there are plenty of great places to enjoy bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

Whether you’re on a city break with the girls, celebrating a special occasion, or just looking for a reason to get together with your friends – the weekend is for taking it easy with a lazy brunch.

Those of you who enjoy a touch of fizz with brunch can find a number of restaurants offering unlimited prosecco to accompany your bacon sarnie. Some venues offer a range of cocktails to accompany your brunch too or even, a beer. Jam Jar in Jesmond provide a Virgin mocktail for those who fancy keeping it clean! No one wants to rush their weekend away in Newcastle and many restaurants and café stretch their breakfast offer until early evening so you can spend that little bit longer in bed in the morning.

Here are seven bottomless brunches in Newcastle you should try:

The Botanist, Newcastle

When: once a month, Saturdays

How long have we got? 90 minutes

The Botanist in Newcastle has some of the best views in the city as it overlooks Grey’s Monument. It is worth waiting for a visit to The Botanist for your bottomless brunch, so gather your gals and pals and book in for a bottomless brunch at The Botanist. Impressive Bloody Mary menu as well as a variety of cocktails and Prosecco. Alongside some of the more typical breakfast items, the menu includes croque monsieur, breakfast burger and even a rump steak.

The Hudson at County Hotel Newcastle

When: Saturdays only from 11am

How long have we got? 90 minutes

You have the pick of all the classics at The Hudson when you book a sophisticated bottomless brunch followed by caramelised apple pancakes and washed down with prosecco. We guarantee you’ll be full after enjoying The Hudson’s very generous and indulgent brunch.

The Alchemist, intu Eldon Square, Newcastle

When: Every Saturday & Sunday (10am – 2pm)

How long have we got? 90 minutes

Dive into a Boundless Balearic Brunch at The Alchemist in Newcastle. You might be in the heart of Newcastle's busy city centre but you'll definitely be feeling the chilled vibes at The Alchemist who have a brunch menu of classic dishes perfect for starting your weekend. The atmosphere is calm and relaxing, while Balearic-style beats will transport you to a beach club bar on a sun kissed island. Gather your pals as this bottomless brunch in Newcastle is worthy of a celebration or city breakers looking for a treat. Choose from a full English, American-style waffles with maple syrup, bacon and eggs, steak and eggs or a breakfast burrito to name just a few. There are also vegan brunch options. Then you can choose three (yes THREE) drinks including very fresh and fruity Citrus G&T, a tasty rose sangria or aperol spritz.

Standard brunch includes one dish and 3 drinks for £25. Non-alcoholic options are also available. Go bottomless for £35.

Las Iguanas on Grey Street, Newcastle and Newcastle Quayside

When: every Saturday (11am – 1pm) and Sunday (11am – 3pm)

How long have we got? 2 hours

Las Iguanas’ bottomless brunch definitely has more of a “lunch” vibe as there are less of your usual breakfast staples on the menu. However, it is still well-worth a visit, especially for those looking for a more alternative brunch option. You can even pair your unlimited prosecco or draught beer with a beef burger, chicken wings or veggie enchilada! Famed for their explosive Latino flavours the menu reflects the Las Iguanas’ signature spice and style. Try their toasted tortilla topped with baked beans, baby tomatoes, fresh avocado, crispy bacon, chorizo & a fried egg.

No 28 Newcastle

When: every Saturday and Sunday, 12noon – 5pm

How long have we got? 2 hours

No.28 offer a different, more continental vibe for their prosecco brunches; guests have a choice of charcuterie or cheese selection alongside unlimited prosecco for 2 hours. The chic bar which sits above the Grainger Market has also recently launched a boozy afternoon tea serving a choice of cosmos or espresso martinis in teapots. Not dissimilar to the popular Tipsy Tea experiences at Colonel Porter’s on Newcastle Quayside or 97 & Social in Jesmond.

Jam Jar Jesmond

When: Saturdays 10am – 7pm, Sundays midday – 5pm

How long have we got? 2 hours

Who says that brunch should only be eaten in the morning? Those who want to have a slow start to the day or just get a craving for eggs benedict in the afternoon, will love Jam Jar in Jesmond. Their traditional brunch menu will hit the spot – choose from salmon, avocado and poached egg on sourdough, pancakes or a hearty full English which can be washed down with prosecco or a choice of boozy brunch cocktail – Bellini or Mimosa. If you’re feeling a little delicate from your city break in Newcastle or prefer to treat your body as a temple, try Jam Jar’s Virgin Brunch with a choice of unlimited orange juice, tea and coffee or sodas.

St Vincent on Newcastle Quayside

When: every Sunday 10am – 3pm

How long have we got? 2 hours

St Vincent on Newcastle Quayside serves tapas and small plates making it a really great restaurant for a catch up with friends or big family gathering. Choose from comfy eats such as steak and eggs, chicken schnitzel or lobster macaroni and cheese. Indulge in a plethora of pastries, cakes and waffles or keep it fresh with seafood and salad. As long as you order a main dish, St Vincent will keep the fizz flowing.


When: Saturdays, 12pm - 4pm

How long have we got? 2 hours

As well as full English and eggs all the ways, at Malmaison Newcastle you can also tuck into waffles or go for a brunchy burger complete with Gruyere and bacon in a brioche bun. Brunch is served from 12noon which makes the option of unlimited Heineken a little more palatable too!

A bottomless brunch is a great way to enjoy a couple of hours with good friends and great food – you don’t need us to tell you to pace yourselves and all of the venues will also provide a soft drink alternative!

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