Food & Drink

21 Of Brisbane’s Best Bottomless Brunches For Free-Flowing Bubbles

By Tayla Bruce
1st Jul 2022

Brunch is the best. It’s one of those portmanteaus that we actually like (unlike smog or motel, ugh) 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. 

Rita’s Bar


If you prefer a little spice over your standard bacon and eggs come brunch time, then we have just the spot for you. Rita’s, the Teneriffe tequila and taqueria bar has joined the bottomless brunch gang, slinging specialty margarita jugs and four different types of bottomless tacos every Saturday and Sunday from 10am. Yep, we’re drooling already. You can make a booking via their IG DMs or just walk on in and let the good vibes roll.

When:  Saturdays and Sundays, 10am to 2pm
Cost: $75 per person
Find out more here

Fiume Rooftop Bar 

Howard Smith Wharves 

As far as we're concerned, sipping mimosas over Sunday brunch with 360-degree views of the Brisbane River is about as good as it gets. For $110 per person, you can now experience this luxury thanks to Fiume Rooftop Bar’s latest bottomless brunch offering. From 10:30am every Sunday, enjoy a three-course brunch featuring local delights like Stanthorpe apple and tonka bean crumble, hibiscus flower with basil seed-cured salmon, and Barambah yoghurt pikelet with riberry jam as well as a two-hour beverage package. If you're feeling extra bougie you can also upgrade to a Taittinger champagne package for an additional $30 per person. 

When: Every Sunday, 10:30am
Cost: $110 per person 
Find out more here

margaritas being clinked

Comuna Cantina 

Brisbane City And Everton Park 

If endless platters of tacos and as many margs as you please sounds like your ideal Sunday afternoon, fire up the group chat and get a crew together for Comuna Cantina’s bottomless margaritas and tacos. This pastel pink joint dishes up two hours of the goods every Sunday from 2pm for $75pp, with crunchy haloumi, grilled chicken and pulled pork tacos to pair with Tommy’s, pineapple and watermelon margaritas. Corn chips with guacamole are also included in the package, along with tap beers and wines. Best of all, they can even do gluten and dairy free. Find out more here.

When: 2pm, every Sunday 
Cost: $75pp 
Find out more here.

Summa House

Fortitude Valley

For a bottomless brunch that packs a punch, Summa House’s Pow Wow menu fits the bill. Your weekend can be filled with a range of tapas including mushroom arancini, tempura prawn buns and duck spring rolls washed down with unlimited cocktails jugs and house beer and wine for two hours for $59. You can also opt to elevate your experience with Pow Wow Plus for $99 for bougie food options like birria tacos, pistachio crumbed lamb cutlets, and chargrilled chilli and garlic king prawns paired with menu cocktails and house spirits, wine and beer. Bookings are available for groups of four and larger, so rally the crew for this feast fit for a king.

When: Saturdays and Sundays, bookings available 12pm-3pm
Cost: $55 or $99 per person
Find out more here.

Newstead Social 


A newcomer to the boozy brunch game, Newstead Social has launched its version with a six-course menu and beverage package on offer every Sunday from 11am. Steering away from the usual breakfast classics, the menu boasts delicious brunch options (perfect for a hearty Sunday feast, if you ask us) inclusive of popcorn chicken, porcini and truffle arancini, lamb tacos and pork ribs. There is also a vegan substitute menu available for those opting for a planet-friendly brunch. For the generous price of $55pp, either menu is paired with bottomless mimosas, house wine and selected beer but only for two hours, so bottoms up!

When: Every Sunday, 11am
Cost: $55 per person
Find out more here

Lina Rooftop

South Brisbane

You can't beat a rooftop venue for some luxe Sunday vibes, and Lina Rootop's latest offering doesn't disappoint. Their new Sunday brunch offers a two-course brunch featuring grilled king prawns, arancini and paella, with two options for a paired two-hour drinks package, both offering a Bloody Mary or bellini on arrival: the Silver package with house beers and wines for $89pp, or the Gold package with added spirits, spritzes and slushy cocktails for $125pp. Running between 1pm and 3pm, Lina's Sunday brunches will be available weekly from Sunday 26 June.

When: 1pm–3pm, every Sunday
Cost: $89pp–$125pp
Find out more here

a pool on a rooftop

Mr Badgers


A mega funky European-style deli, Mr Badgers' menu offers up all-day goodies including sangas and bagels, fluffy Detroit-style pizzas, and share plates. For the boozy brunch lovers, visit between 10am and midday to enjoy your pick of a breakfast dish with an hour of mimosas (in three flavours) for $49pp. Breaky options include a croissant eggs Benedict, tonkatsu-inspired hash, and French toast with lemon curd and ice cream. Get in early to nab a seat in the old-school tram.

When: Tuesday–Sunday, 10am–12pm
Cost: $49 per person
Find out more here.

Madame Wu

Brisbane City

With its sweeping river views and laid-back vives, Madame Wu does Supreme Sundays, a two-hour package offering a mouthwatering Asian fusion banquet and a premium drinks menu with wines, tap beers and cocktails. The deal comes in at $100pp, and bookings are available between midday and 2:30pm.

When: Sundays
Cost: $100 per person

Find out more here.


South Bank

Take your Sunday session a little earlier at Vici, where the weekly bottomless brunch offering looks like an Italian antipasto board paired with a three-hour gin cocktail package. Favourites like brambles and Tom Collins are on the bev menu, as well as brunch classics including mimosas and bellinis, and you could always stick around afterwards for a wood-fired pizza or tiramisu.

When: Sundays, 10am–1pm and 11am–2pm
Cost: $55 per person
Find out more here.


Spring Hill 

Whether you're a routine Sunday brunch connoisseur or are looking for the perfect location to end your weekend with a relaxed Sunday sesh, Knowhere does the ultimate Bottomless Bloody Mary Brunch for all appetites. For just $69pp, sip away at a two-hour package of pineapple spritzes, mimosas and Bloody Mary's to your heart's content while gorging on a three-course brunch inclusive of baked eggs, panna cotta and even a charcuterie board. With live music accompanying your boozy brunch, all you’ll have to worry about is which cocktail to order next. 

When: Sunday 10am–12pm or 12:30pm–2:30pm 
Cost: $69 per person
Find out more here

Ling Lings 

Fortitude Valley

Ok, it's more like a late lunch than brunch, but this underground pan-Asian bar and eatery's boozy dim sum brunches are still very much deserving of a spot on our list. Every Sunday, you can chow down on a nine-course banquet paired with two hours of Tiger Beer, prosecco, rose, Aperol spritzes and mimosas. Best of all, the whole package will only set you back $45pp—a bargain, if you ask us—and there's even a vegan version. 

When: Every Sunday, 2.30pm to 4.30pm
Cost: $45 per person 
Find out more here.


Howard Smith Wharves

If it's a boujee boozy brunch you're after, it doesn't get much more sophisticated than Stanley's Sunday yum cha. Pair their decadent decor, incredible riverside views and delicious banquet menu with two hours of Louis Roederer champagne and you've got a recipe for the best Sunday lunch of your life. With eats like XO seafood dumplings, BBQ pork buns with chilli jam and salt and pepper squid on the menu, it's not just the champagne that will have your attention either. 

When: Every Sunday, 11am–4pm 
Cost: $137 per person 
Find out more here.


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 $75, get two hours of flowing wine, beers and spritzes and a menu featuring delicious Italian eats, such as arancini, bruschetta, gnocchi and pizza, as well as entertainment and games from your riotous and risqué drag queen hosts BeBe Gunn and LuLu Lemans.

When: Every Sunday, 11.30am–2.30pm
Cost: $75 per person
For more information, click here

Mecca Bah 


We’re not sure how many Turkish delight martinis we could drink in two hours, but we would certainly like to find out. You can at Mecca Bah, which dishes up a banquet-style bottomless brunch every Friday to Sunday between 11.30am and 3pm. You need at least six people to take part, but if you can get a crew together you’ll enjoy a spread of mezze like sweet and spiced wings and glazed falafel, along with two hours of wine and cocktails. 

When: 11.30am–3pm, Friday to Sunday 
Cost: $99 per person

Find out more herea plate of crispy wings with a cocktailDarling & Co

Get ready to ‘gram because Darling & Co's boozy brunch is back and it's going to have your group chat buzzing with DM notifications. Every weekend, you can head along to the vibrant, garden-inspired bar to indulge in three courses of antipasto, your choice of pizza and a side salad, complete with two hours of spritz and prosecco from—wait for it—a flowing fountain. 

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 12pm
Cost: $69 per person
For more information, click here


West End 

As we well know, the only thing better than one mimosa is many mimosas, and that’s just what you can get at Suburban from 10am, any day of the week. $59 will score you any main meal and two hours of bottomless mimosas to pair with it, with orange or watermelon juice options. The hard part will be choosing just which brunch dish you want to line your stomach with—the menu here is LENGTHY. We’d opt for the Texas pork hash, but you do you. 

When: Between 10am and 2pm daily 
Cost: $49 (or $59 Friday to Sunday) 
Find out more here.
cocktails and breakfast dishes arrayed on a table

Neesh Bar


From 10am on the daily you can book your crew in at Neesh Bar for a bottomless brunch. Complete with a Neesh Grazer board—which features sourdough, fried eggs, avo, halloumi, potato rosti, granola and yoghurt and a whole lot more—and two hours of bottomless bubbles, it’s a total steal at only $50pp. Oh, and the outdoor courtyard is dog-friendly, so your pooch can totally join in the fun too.  

When: From 10am
Cost: $50 per person
Find out more here.

Chu The Phat 

South Brisbane

Chu The Phat is well and truly a member of the boozy feasting club, with their Super Sundays bottomless banquet available every week. Enjoy a two-hour banquet and drinks package, which includes Aperol spritzes, beer and wine for $50 per person. The banquet itself will satisfy all your Asian-fusion cravings, with delectable dumplings and yum cha classics such as veggie spring rolls and mung bean pancakes aplenty.  

When: Every Sunday, 11am–9pm
Cost: $50 per person
Find out more here.

Warehouse 25 


If bottomless pizza and gin cocktails sounds like your idea of a good time, then head for Warehouse 25 for their version of bottomless brunch, and prepare to have your fill of both. Available from 12pm–4pm every second Saturday, the feast will set you back $59 for two hours of all the pizza you can eat and cocktails you can sip while you slice.

When: 12pm–4pm, every second Saturday
Cost: $59 per person
Find out more here.

pizzas and cocktails on a table

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 cocktail jugs and a grazing board for two. With their leafy garden-inspired venue, it's the ideal spot for gin-lovers to enjoy a cruisy afternoon.

When: Every Sunday, 11am–3pm
Cost: $49 per person
For more information, click here



This northside favourite just about broke the internet when it announced it would be offering 90 minutes of mimosas every weekend with any breakfast dish for just $30pp. The breakfast menu changes regularly, but you can expect to be tucking into feeds like their corn waffles with koji fried chicken and country gravy, or smashed avo on sourdough with popcorn chicken, all while you down plenty of those mimosas.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday 
Cost: $30 per person with any breakfast order
Find out more here

Ivory Tusk

Fortitude Valley 

What about a Mexican-style brunch? Ivory Tusk's Sipping Sundays involve an epic tostada board paired with two hours of cocktails for just $59pp, all to be enjoyed in their pastel Palm Springs-inspired bar. Afterwards, you can play a round of giant Jenga—or just head to the bar to keep the party going. 

When: Every Sunday, 12pm, 2.30pm or 5pm
Cost: $59 per person
Find out more here.

For Brisbane’s best breakfasts sans the booze, head here

Image credit: Hayley Williamson, Stanley, Warehouse 25, Neesh Bar, Mecca Bah

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