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Your 2022 Guide To The Best Bottomless (And Boozy) Brunches In Melbourne

By Urban List Writers
23rd May 2022

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 our newfound freedom 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 the best bottomless brunches in Melbourne.

Pilgrim Bar


Arguably one of Melbourne's most hyped bottomless brunches from last summer season was Pilgrim Bar's Gin High Tea, and in great news, it's returned 2022. Happening Friday through Sunday, $65 big ones will get you three tea-infused gin cocktails, bottomless prosecco, and a hefty selection of sweet and savoury delights. Keep a keen eye out mustard mayo pork & fennel sausage roll, mushroom toasties and salted praline cream tonic scone across the high tea tiers—they'll go quickly.

Book in for your two-hour high tea session here.

The Firehouse


The Firehouse is a converted smokery and bar in the heart of Ringwood in Melbourne’s east. 
The former fire station, erected in 1929 has been repurposed somewhat ironically to a smoking house and eatery with some of the best American-style BBQ in the city, they’ve recently put some finishing touches on the quaint Victorian-period space with a new beer garden, and an open-air deck but the venue still retains some of its original fittings including the firepole. Every Saturday and Sunday from 11am you can get involved in the Firehouse’s bottomless brunch, a $65 excursion to the south with smoked brisket buns, cheeseburgers, baked cowboy beans and house-made hash browns, there are also unlimited cocktails so you can really get stuck in. 

Farmer's Daughters


Alejandro Saravia's Farmer's Daughters is putting on a diving bottomless brunch every Saturday, which like the menu, will hero the finest of Gippsland's produce and producers. First up, the bottomless part: you'll get yourself free-flowing Mimosa’s, Bellini’s, FD signature cocktails as well as beer and wine. Meanwhile, brunch will consist of several menu mainstays including but not limited to famous Soda bread, Cured Baw Baw Alpine trout rillette and Farmer’s Daughters terrine. It'll set you back $90pp, and you can book in right here.

Provincial Rooftop


Moon Dog's seltzer brand, Fizzer, has certainly been doing the rounds of late, and for good reason (it's delicious). Next in their crosshairs? Fitzroy's Provincial Rooftop for a hefty two-hour bottomless brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, 11am and 2pm. $60 will give you access to the self-serve Moon Dog Fizzer taps and the likes of boozy waffles, fried chicken waffles as well as a glorious prawn and lobster roll. Those who feel like mixing it up can tap into the beer, prosecco and select cocktails, too. Book here.



The flame-licked Firebird has become a favourite among the south since its 2020 opening, and with a bottomless offering this hot, they'll likely convert a northsider or two, too. $55 big ones will get you a three-course feast kicking off with grilled oysters and their now-iconic scotch quail eggs with crispy green rice flakes and salted duck egg relish. Second service will see their flat-pressed banh mi as well as beef carpaccio with finger lime and sawtooth coriander; while your third serve will see grilled squid with green mango and chargrilled vegetable green curry plus duck fried rice. 

On the food front, the oysters and duck fried rice are endless (and included in the $55 price tag). Those wanting to get boozy can tack on an extra $35 for free-flowing tap beers, Veuve D’Argent Cuvee or the signature Firebird 75 made with Bombay Sapphire Gin, sparkling wine, yuzu, lemon, burnt orange. Book in on Saturdays and Sundays between 12pm and 4pm here.



The Chinese-leaning Dukang in South Yarra is getting on board with bottomless vibes, offering up unlimited beer, wine, gin and spritz for the entire session for a modest $55pp. Along with the booze, diners will be treated to six small plates between two people; think plenty of bao and dumplings. For the ultimate hack, bring along five other mates, get everyone to choose dumplings as their plates and you'll end up with 108 tidy little pan-fried packages on your plate. Available any time on Saturdays and Sundays—book ahead here.

Mamma’s Boy Trattoria 


Joining the bottomless arms race is the Brunswick Italian local, Mamma’s Boy TrattoriaOn Sundays they’ll be dishing up a bounty of unlimited gnocchi and cocktails for staggeringly cost-effective $59, that’s an incredible price to potato-dumpling formula. Work your way through three distinct gnocchi dishes including slow-cooked ragu, classic Napoli with Fior Di Latte, and a truffle mushroom and spinach number. To accompany this carb-heavy session will be limitless espresso martinis, Mojitos, and a rotating array of Spritz. Get a seat at the table and head over here to book.

Boatbuilder's Yard x Moon Dog Fizzer


Boatbuilders Yard is back with their bottomless 90s mixtape party, and for 2021, they've upped the ante by bringing Moon Dog on-board. For $65 big ones, you'll score bottomless Moon Dog Fizzer seltzer (direct from Moon Dog's post-mix machine no-less) along with Passion Pop and Smirnoff Ice also doing the rounds on the day. 

Doubling down on the theme is what's on the menu: potato skins, sloppy joes and tacos. While DJ Joey Lightbulb will be taking (90s only) requests all arvo long. It's happening every Saturday with two hour sessions beginning at midday—book here.



A real hit in the bottomless scene last summer. B.East is coming in hot with a real cool deal. Coming in at $45pp, you'll get unlimited Southern-fried wings, poutine, tater tots and fries plus free-flowing cocktail jugs, beer, wine or prosecco. It's happening at their CBD locale on Saturdays, and yep, you'll need to book ahead here.

Mr Joe


Mr Joe is levelling up Sundays by a couple of notches with a bottomless cocktail bolt-on for $39. Tap into margaritas, cosmos, espresso martinis, and mimosas. There's also a banging tapas menu that'll pair perfectly with your drinks; expect the likes of smoky prawns, mushrooms with sherry and garlic and a grilled chorizo cooked in dry hard cider, which start at a modest $13 through to $24. Book in for bottomless cocktails for lunch or dinner between Thursday and Sunday here.

Kata Kita


Indonesian flavours are certainly having a (well-deserved) moment in Melbourne, and Kata Kita is just one of the venues leading the charge. Their bottomless brunch packs just as much as the flavours do, with a generous serving of whole roasted Balinese-style pork, vegan Gado Gado, Javanese fried chicken and a mix of bold sambals. For the bottomless part?  It's a selection of fruity cocktails, mocktails and Asian beers. Happening every weekend over May at $79pp. Book here.

PB's Pizza Bar


It's Marg on Marg at PB's Pizza Bar.  Every Sunday, these legends are serving up two hours of bottomless Margherita pizzas and jugs of margarita, mojito, Aperol Spritz or Pimms Punch for a stupidly modest $59. Add an extra $5 and you can go vegan. That's a lot of Margs. Book here



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 $79 or go all out on the Deluxe Feed Me at $92. 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.

Mr Brownie 


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 $59 you’ll get free-flowing house wine, tap beers, and rotating house cocktails alongside the likes of a curry sausage sizzle. It’s happening every day between 12pm and 3pm—book in for a 90-minute sitting here

Newmarket Hotel 


St Kilda's famed Newmarket Hotel is bringing back their Old Skool Bottomless brunch. The two sessions run across both Saturday and Sunday and feature endless espresso martinis, seltzer, mimosas, as well as beers and wine. For just $60 you can get stuck into one of the best boozy brunches in Melbourne's southeast; with lobster rolls, and fried chicken burgers on the menu and DJ Jesse Boyd providing the tunes. Book in here

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 $69. Live music is also on the cards with walk-ins welcome downstairs and bookings recommended for upstairs sessions. Book here.

Bodega Underground 


The red neon-lit Mexican diner dishes up one hell of a Bottomless brunch each weekend. On the menu, there's a selection of authentic Mexican favourites with endless tacos as well as cocktails, mimosas, and mezcal—all for a cool $69. This fiesta runs across Friday, Saturday and Sunday and you can choose to sit inside or in the laneway. Book in here

House Of Lulu White


For $85 for two hours, or $65 for 90 minutes at  House Of Lulu White you'll get bottomless cocktails and grazing canapes. Canapes include the likes of Korean fried chicken and waffles, smoked chicken breast sandwiches, 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.

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