The Botanist Newcastle Bottomless Brunch

If you fancy upgrading your breakfast in Newcastle and adding a little extra sparkle to your mornings, 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 serving bottomless brunch offer a range of cocktails 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 10 bottomless brunches in Newcastle you should try:

The Hudson at County Hotel, Newcastle

  • When: Monday - Saturday, between 12pm-5pm
  • How long have we got? 90 minutes
  • How much? £39.95 per person

You have the pick of a very full platter at The Hudson when you book a bottomless brunch. The menu is more of a lunch-y vibe with a selection of nibbles including spring rolls, beef sliders and nachos, washed down with prosecco or a pitcher of cocktail. But keen brunchers can now indulge in a boozy catch up in Newcastle six days of the week.

Banyan Newcastle, Monument

  • When: Sunday - Friday until 4pm, Saturday until 2pm
  • How long have we got? 90 minutes
  • How much? from £29.95 per person, +£5 for the 'Indulge' menu

Banyan Newcastle invite you to let your hair down with your friends every day of the week at their bottomless brunch. Pair your unlimited prosecco, Bloody Mary, Aperol Spritz or beers with a brunch of poached eggs or lavish Breakfast Hash complete with bacon, chorizo, avocado and spinach. If you need something a little more substantial then tuck into a burger or meatless meatball melt. For the late rises amongst you, there is now a Bottomless Super option from 4pm. Banyan is a great spot to then head out for shopping, exploring or continuing the fun. 

The Alchemist, Eldon Square, Newcastle

  • When: Every Saturday & Sunday (10am – 2pm)
  • How long have we got? 90 minutes
  • How much? Any brunch item and 3 cocktails for £25

Dive into an All That Glitters Brunch at The Alchemist in Newcastle who will be bringing the drama to their breakfast menu all winter. Choose from a full English, pancake stack with fruity toppings, salt beef Benedict or a breakfast burrito to name just a few. There are also vegan brunch options. Then you can choose three (yes THREE) cocktails which include a theatrical and glittery array of options including a Colour Changing vodka-based cocktail, Sex on the Peach and a selection of fruity gin-infused options.

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

Sohe, Jesmond

  • When: Fridays & Saturdays, 12noon - 5pm or Sundays, 2pm - 6pm
  • How long have we got? 90 minutes
  • How much? £30.95 per person

Sohe in Jesmond has one of the more pricey Bottomless Brunches but provides brunchers with a real South East Asian-inspired feast.

The brunch is also more of a 'lazy lunch' rather than breakfast so don't except a Full English here. Pick your favourite South East Asian curries or stir fry and a platter of starters including prawn crackers and salt & chilli squid to share. Your Sohe Bottomless Brunch includes a choice of four different drink options with Asahi (Japanese beer) and Plum & Lychee Spritz joining the more common options of Prosecco and Aperol Spritz.

Sohe is a classy affair too with excellent food and some of the finest cocktails in Instagrammable surroundings.  Booking is essential. Bottomless Brunch at Sohe, Jesmond is £30.95 per person.

Point Blank Shooting, Newcastle

  • When: Every Sunday from 12noon - 4pm
  • How long have we got? 90 minutes

An unusual combination of unlimited shooting (simulation... don't panic!), prosecco, beer and pizza is on offer at Newcastle's most unique entertainment venue - Point Blank Shooting. Stretch out the weekend's antics and continue into Sunday by upping the competition whilst you enjoy a late brunch of pizza and bottomless fun. It's different, it's competitive, it's perfect for you and your mates every Sunday in Newcastle. 

No 28 Newcastle

  • When: every Tuesday - Thursday: 5pm - 7pm, Friday: 2pm - 7pm, Saturday & Sunday, 12noon - 6pm
  • How long have we got? 1.5 - 2 hours
  • How much? £28 per person for 1.5 hours, £33 per person for 2 hours

No.28 offer a different, Spanish flavour to their Prosecco Brunches - and indeed Prosecco Suppers. Weekenders can indulge in a boozy brunch accompanied by potatas bravas, selection of tapas and salads. Add a little extra continental flair by upscaling to Aperol Spritz or splash out on Instagrammable Pink Prosecco for an extra £2 per head. The chic bar which sits above the Grainger Market also hosts a boozy afternoon tea on a Saturday and Sunday for £29.95 per person which include cosmopolitans and espresso martinis served from a teapot. Not dissimilar to the popular Tipsy Tea experiences at Colonel Porter’s on Newcastle Quayside who provide boozey vintage afternoon teas and brunches every Friday - Sunday.

Jam Jar Jesmond

  • When: Served 11am to 3pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • How long have we got? 2 hours
  • How much? £28 per person (£16 per person to go alcohol free)

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.

Sabas, Newcastle Quayside

  • When: Wednesday - Friday: all day! Saturdays: 12noon - 6pm 
  • How long have we got? 90 minutes
  • How much?: £30 per person

Sabas is an independent restaurant tucked away on the Quayside which serves up the best in Italian and Sardinian fusion tapas and is an excellent shout for brunch goers visiting the city. Indulge in bruschetta galore, vegetable tempura, grilled tiger prawns and arancini paired with bottomless prosecco or beer. Don your sunglasses and be transported to the cobbled streets of Italy as you test run their new pavement terrace and spend your day nibbling and sipping!  

Revolucion De Cuba, Newcastle Bigg Market

  • When: everyday 11am - 2pm
  • Price based on arrival time: 11am-11.30am (£20pp), 12-1pm (£25pp), 1.30pm-2pm (£30pp)
  • How long have we got? 90 minutes 

Viva le holidays! Pretend you're exploring a hot and exotic destination when you visit Revolucion De Cuba in Newcastle and let your hair down with a bottomless brunch. With a choice of fruity and fabulous cocktails including strawberry daiquiri, Aperol spritz and Bloody Mary as well as prosecco - there is plenty to get in the party spirit. The brunch menu has a great choice of tasty options too including chorizo hash, full English and avocado brunch. 

Turtle Bay, Newcastle

  • When: Everyday! Last sitting is 3pm on weekdays, 5pm on Saturdays & Sundays 
  • How long have we got? 2 hours
  • How much?: £28.50 - £32.30 per person

Take your pick of any cocktail on the Turtle Bay menu when you book a bottomless boozy brunch at the Caribbean- inspired restaurant in Newcastle. To be honest - you have the pick of the whole menu too so whether you fancy a more traditional brunch or want to dive into a main meal - the choice is yours! 

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