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Day Drink To Perfection At The Best Boozy Brunches In Melbourne

By Amber De Luca-Tao
24th Mar 2021

A beer garden surrounded by palm trees and fairy lights drenched in sunlight.

Some mornings are meant for sleep-ins and some are meant for bottomless mimosas. And when you’re in the mood for that kind of wake up, there’s only one thing to do: bottomless brunch.

So, whether you’re partial to hair of the dog, looking to celebrate a milestone or just want to let the drinks flow, there’s a bottomless brunch somewhere in Melbourne with your name all over it—rooftop, underground and everywhere in between. Check out our list of 12 of Melbourne’s best bottomless brunches.



Summer is gone but the team at Mejico are bringing the heat. Book in for Sangria Saturdays at 11:30am and you'll score yourself two hours of free-flowing red or white Sangria alongside one of two hefty set menus. Start with the classic Feed Me menu at $72 or go all out on the Deluxe Feed Me at $89. Book in here.

Did we mention this place also has tableside guac and over 260 varieties of Mezcal? Just in case you're not done after two hours of sangria.

Mesa Verde


A longstanding favourite of many a city diners and drinkers, Mesa Verde is tucked up on level 6 of Melbourne's iconic curtain house. Like their food, their bottomless brunch packs a punch: free-flowing paloma, batangas and micheladas cocktails, guacamole with tortillas and esquites (grilled corn) plus two tacos and a quesadilla per person. And if you prefer beer or prosecco as your bottomless booze of choice, you can tap into that, too.

$65 a head, every Sunday from 12pm to 5pm, 1.5 hours a sitting. Book here.

PB's Pizza Bar

St Kilda

It's Marg on Marg at PB's Pizza Bar.  Every Sunday, these legends are serving up two hours of bottomless margarita pizzas and magherita cocktails for stupidly modest $49. Add an extra $4 and you can go vegan. Book here.

That's a lot of Margs.

Mr Brownie 

South Melbourne

A pub but make it “Indian-ish”. Hospitality veteran Jessi Singh’s latest haunt, Mr Brownie, is serving up a bottomless brunch that’s at least as fun as the velvet-covered venue. For $49 you’ll get free-flowing house wine, tap beers, and rotating house cocktails alongside a curry sausage sizzle. It’s happening every Sunday between 12pm and 4pm—book in for a 90-minute sitting here.

House Of Lulu White

South Yarra

For $85 per person at House Of Lulu White you'll get bottomless cocktails and grazing canapes for two hours.

Canapes include the likes of Korean fried chicken and waffles, smoked chicken breast sandwich, burger 'royale' with cheese, brioche prawn roll with waffles, and much more.

On the cocktail front, expect mimosa, rosé sangria, espresso martini, and House Of Lulu White's cocktail of the month.

Book here.

Provincial Rooftop


The Provincial Rooftop throws garden parties for their take on bottomless brunch. Not only are menu options like the Northside Avo available, their top-notch rooftop views and bottomless rose gin cocktails are more reasons to book in.

And to top it all off, they’ve got their very own ice cream cart where they sling sweet as options like strawberry gin rose and vegan caramel popcorn.

St Luja

St Kilda

Unlimited Prosecco, mimosas, bellinis and espresso martinis are on offer at St Luja from 1pm-4pm T $46 per head.

Food options include the St Luja super salad with black beans, mixed lettuce, corn, tomatoes, cauliflower and avocado. If you’re in the mood for something sweeter, you could opt for the pancakes with berries, maple syrup and vanilla ice cream

Fargo And Co


Fargo and Co host bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday, where you can sink bottomless Fargo's spritz’, mimosas, prosecco, Moscato and a brunch item of choice all for $65.

Live music is also on the cards with walk-ins welcome downstairs and bookings recommended for upstairs sessions.



Heroes are taking things up a notch with their bottomless cocktails option for $40.

For two hours you'll get bottomless cocktails on the Heroes rooftop. Cocktails, beer, and wine are all included in the ticket price.

There are a few conditions, head here for more information.

Book here.

For more of the best Melbourne has to offer, head to our Best Of Guides section.

Image credit: Fargo & Co | Griffin Simm

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