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.
House Of Lulu White
For just $39 per head, at House Of Lulu White you can pick any breakfast item on the menu, as well as other temptations like fried chicken and waffles.
Our top pick is definitely the breakfast tacos with chilli scrambled eggs, crispy bacon, smoked cheddar and salsa. Drinks include bottomless mimosas, espresso martini’s, bloody mary’s, sangria and beer.
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.
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 $59.
Live music is also on the cards with walk-ins welcome downstairs and bookings recommended for upstairs sessions.
One of Bodega Underground’s best selling points (among many) is, of course, the venue. But that’s until you’ve experienced their bottomless Mexi-brunch.
Walk downstairs to find yourself in the midst of the underground where you can be tempted with five courses, plus bottomless drinks like bloody Marias, Mexi-mimosas, micheladas and Palomas. Seatings are strictly 90 minutes with three seatings available.
Evie’s is set in a converted ironworks and pays homage to 1980s New York. You can get around Evie’s bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday between 11.30am and 1.30pm for $49 per head.
Menu options include a BLT with fries, french toast with bacon and more. Unlimited drinks include bubbles, mimosas and bloody marys.
Bang Bang At The Rifle Club
What’s the deal at Bang Bang At The Rifle Club? Bottomless cocktails, wine, bubbles, beer and a selection of Indochine snacks like tuna tartare with prawn crackers, salt and pepper squid and more for $59 per head.
They’ve got two sessions available and booking in advance is highly recommended.
The team at Newmarket Hotel know how hard it can be to choose just one thing, so their bottomless brunch is all about sharing.
What exactly? Eggs benedict, tomato bruschetta, smashed avo, fried chicken sliders and doughnuts. Yep, all of the above. Then there’s also mojitos, espresso martinis, lager and more.
The Village Belle Hotel
The Village Belle Hotel brunch comes in at $60 per head, but you can expect it to be exactly what dreams are made of.
Dubbed as r’n’brunch, from 12-2pm you can devour brunch foods from the grazing table, as well as bottomless spritzes, sparkling and more.
Also priced at $60 per head, Clubhouse Malvern bottomless brunch includes any meal from the menu—yes that includes the Nutella and peanut butter crepes with bottomless beverage options including Inglewood coffee espresso martinis, Aperol spritz’, mimosas, tea, coffee, juices and soft drinks.
Top it all off by opting for a table in the courtyard.
They’ve also got a short and sharp spritz menu where you can pick from four refreshing concoctions, for example, the Miss St Germain made with elderflower liqueur, prosecco, lime, mint and soda. The best part? It’s all brought to life with a roaming gospel choir.
Theodore’s isn’t quite a café and not exactly a bar, but identifies as something in between. If one thing’s for sure, they’ve got a bottomless brunch for the books.
For $45 per person you can enjoy unlimited mimosas, bloody marys, micheladas and your choice of meal. Our recommendation? The fresh-baked pretzel with horseradish and pickle.
For more of the best Melbourne has to offer, head to our Best Of Guides section.
Image credit: Fargo & Co | Griffin Simm