Food & Drink

Sip Free-Flowing Mimosas At 11 Of Brisbane’s Best Bottomless Brunches

By Tayla Bruce
19th Nov 2019

Bottomless Brunches in Brisbane

Brunch is the best. It’s one of those portmanteaus that we actually like (unlike smog or motel, eugh) because it sparks such joy. Drinking during the day is also something sparks joy. Why? Because breaking the rules is the best. Obviously, we jump at the chance to combine the two, which is why we’ve decided to share this round up of the best boozy bottomless brunches and lunches in Brisbane, so you can join in on the fun.

ZA ZA TA

Fortitude Valley 

For that perfect Sunday blend of boozy, fancy and exotic, head to ZA ZA TA’s Sunday brunch for two and a half hours of being transported to a Middle Eastern fantasy. This Valley restaurant is kicking things up a notch with their bountiful Levantine spread made featuring fresh salads, house made breads, woodfired shakshuka and a slow cooked meat carving station as well as free-flowing drinks. Not to mention there are live tunes to shake up your weekend and make you forget the next day is Monday. 

When: Every Sunday, 12pm–4pm
Cost: $99–$149 per person
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Devon Cafe

Upper Mount Gravatt

What’s the perfect addition to a full day of shopping? Try indulging in two brunch menus and endless drink options. Get the real royal treatment at Devon Cafe’s bottomless brunches, with their feast of freshly shucked oysters, smoked salmon and Queensland prawns. Finish your afternoon on a sweet note with crème brulee and have your glasses topped up with mimosas or prosecco—but maybe avoid going tipsy shopping afterwards. 

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 11am-1pm 
Cost: $69–$99 per person

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Beirne Lane

Fortitude Valley 

Once a member of the Beirne Brunch Club, always a member. This 24-hour foodie haven goes above and beyond for its Sunday session, with grazing tables laden with everything from avocado on toast to katsu sandos. Plus, there’s brunch desserts—need we say more? Add three hours of free-flowing prosecco, mimosas, Aperol spritzes and you have yourself one hell of a good time. As Beirne Lane says, it’s just civilised day drinking plus a little more. 

When: Every Sunday, 12pm–3pm
Cost: $79–$109 per person
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Sake Restaurant & Bar

Brisbane CBD

For those really special bottomless occasions, hit up Saké Restaurant & Bar for their brand new offering of ‘Yes Way Rosé’, a bottomless brunch serving up salmon sashimi tacos, teriyaki lamb and tempura snapper alongside a two-hour beverage package with heavenly Triennes rosé, Japanese rose cocktails and seasonal G&T bowls. Yes way.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 12pm–3pm
Cost: $99 per person
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Covent Garden

West End

If there’s anyone who knows how to do brunch right, it’s Covent Garden. This leafy gin palace goes troppo every Sunday with two hours of bottomless cocktail jugs and a share board of cheese or charcuterie for two. How many jugs of Pimms and sangria can you down in two hours? Only one way to find out.

When: Every Sunday, 11am-2pm
Cost: $49 per person
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One Fish Two Fish

Kangaroo Point

As well as serving up mouth-watering seafood bites daily, One Fish Two Fish does a killer bottomless weekend session every month. This month, it’s all about Fish and Spritz, with six delicious fishy dishes like crumbed flounder charcoal bao buns to pair with five unique and refreshing spritzes. Sip on a pink peach or a cucumber and mint spritz and tuck in.

When: Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 12pm–4pm
Cost: $79 per person
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Cloudland

Fortitude Valley 

If you’re looking to spice up your Sundays and stray from the usual vanilla outings, Cloudland’s Brunch with Bite is your ultimate weekend destination. For just $69, get two hours of flowing wine, beers and spritzes and a menu featuring delicious Italian eats, such as arancini, bruschetta, gnocchi and pizza. This luxe lunch is a belissimo start to your weekend celebrations.

When: Every Sunday, 11.30am–2.30pm
Cost: $69 per person
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Darling & Co

Paddington 

Get ready to ‘gram because Darling & Co has made its grand entrance onto the Brisbane brunch scene and it’s one that’s going to have your group chat buzzing with DM notifications. Dishing up a five-course vegan brunch every Saturday, complete with two hours of vegan cocktails, wine and prosecco, this stylish joint will have every vegan in town in a frenzy.

When: Every Saturday, 11am–1pm or 2pm–4pm
Cost: $60 per person
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Eden’s Table

Brisbane CBD

Your new summer brunch destination is at Eden's Table, where you’ll be clinking your spritz-filled glasses to their new Rosé Weekends. Eden’s Table is The Westin’s signature dining experience, offering locally sourced produce straight from the ocean and paddock to your table. Say cheers to a three-course meal of tasty delights paired with two hours of mimosas, spritzes and of course, rosé. 

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, from 12.30pm
Cost: $90–$130 per person
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Pourboy 

Brisbane CBD

All about the mimosas, but not quite cashed up enough for a Sunday blowout? Pourboy’s weekend brunch deal might be your style—for $45 you can choose one breakfast meal and add on two hours of bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys. But don’t worry that you’ll be hungry, with options like epic breakfast burgers or cheddar and chive potato hash, there’ll be plenty to line your stomach with.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 10am-2pm
Cost: $45 per person
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Catchment Brewing Co 

West End 

Who says you can’t have bottomless beer for breakfast? Book in early at Catchment Brewing Co for a Sunday brunch or lunch, and they’ll thrown in bottomless beer, mimosas and Bloody Marys along with your feed. Want to know what you’ll be eating? You can chow down on bacon and egg rolls or eggs benny for brunch, or a classic fish and chips or pork cheek tagliatelle for lunch.

When: Every Sunday, 10am or 12.30pm
Cost: $49 per person
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For Brisbane’s best breakfasts sans the booze, head here

Image credit: Toni Osmundso

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