FYI These 5 Melbourne Cafes Serve Bottomless Cocktail Brunches

By Millie Lester
22nd Mar 2018


It’s time to put the kardonnay on ice and crack out the footy franks because Melbourne has a *noice, different, unusual* new trend that means you can have your mimosa and eat it too.

Steadily gaining momentum on the brekkie scene is the concept of a ‘bottomless brunch’, but what’s really making waves is ‘bottomless boozy brunches’ because - you guessed it - you can get white-girl wasted on bellinis and bacon all from the comfort of an IKEA dining chair. Praise baby J, hallelujah!

So, here are five cafes you can enjoy bottomless cocktail brunches at in the great city of Melbourne.

House Of Lulu White

South Yarra

Every day of the goddamn week, House Of Lulu White throws down a bottomless cocktail brunch of free-flowing mimosas, espresso martinis and bloody marys for a whopping ninety minutes or until you pass out into a vat of pineapple juice. Better yet it only costs $35, so think of it as an investment. Lulu accepts groups of all sizes and everyone must order food on top of their cocktails (not included in the $35).

Price: $35
What's included: bottomless mimosas, espresso martinis & bloody marys (no food)

Fargo & Co.


Wanna wet your whistle without straying too for from your eastside townhouse? Head on down to Fargo & Co. in Richmond to indulge in their Bottomless Brunch every friggin’ Sunday. Open from 11am to 2pm, this boozy doozy offers bottomless mimosas and prosecco, plus a full brunch menu AND a dj. Walk-in are welcome and you can choose from bottomless drinks for $35 or bottomless drinks AND a brunch dish for $50.

Price: $35 | $50
What's included: bottomless mimosas & prosecco | bottomless mimosas & prosecco + 1 brunch item



Try summin’ a little different with the bottomless brunch at Gingerboy every Sunday. This $70 food n’ booze fest includes bottomless mimosas (of rotating flavours), sparkling chardonnay pinot noir and a dim sum menu including dumplings, curry puffs, duck bao burgers and chargrilled wagyu. They’ll basically have to drain you and roll you out the door afterwards.

Price: $70
What's included: bottomless mimosas, sparkling chardonnay and a dim sum menu

Le Bon Ton


Block out four hours on your iCal over the coming weekends because Le Bon Ton is throwing four massing bottomless brunches as part of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival. At $152, you can enjoy bottomless mimosas, bloody marys, a fresh seafood buffet, delicious pastries and desserts, and locally brewed beer. So, it’s a yes to oysters, waffles, soup, salad, coffee and pastries, and a no to eating Nutri-Grain to out of the box in your undies.

Price: $152
What's included: bottom mimosas and bloody marys, fresh seafood, local pastries and beer
When: Sunday March 17, 18, 24 & 25 at 12:15pm

The National


Treat yourself to a little pan-Asian cuisine with the Bottomless Brunch at The National in Richmond. Diners get to wrap their lips around an infinite number of sparkling cocktails and bloody marys, plus one plate from their extensive food menu. This includes dishes such as freshly shucked oysters, prawn Vietnamese spring rolls, fritters, dumpling and crispy duck sliders. All for only fifty dollarydoos.

Price: $50
Included: bottomless sparkling cocktails and bloody marys + 1 food item

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Image credit: Fargo & Co. | Griffin Simm

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