The Best Bottomless Brunch Spots In Sydney Right Now

By Cordelia Williamson and Sammy Preston
18th Oct 2022

People pour cocktails from a self-serve frose machine

It's no secret Sydneysiders love a bottomless brunch. And who wouldn't? You get to eat, drink and get a lil' rowdy before the afternoon hits. Then, you have options: either keep the good vibes flowing or head home and have a chill one. Really, the world is your oyster when it comes to boozy weekend brunches—and we dig it. 

These days, Sydney is a sprawling metropolis of free-flowing mimosas, bottomless margaritas, endless sangria, and unlimited bubbles. So, it can be tricky narrowing down where to go for your indulgent mid-morning feast—from rooftop bars and Middle Eastern meccas to beachside Mexican restaurants and Italian go-to's. So, we asked the real boozy brunch experts—you guys. 

Ready to kickstart your weekend? Here are the best bottomless brunch spots in Sydney, according to you. 

Untied: Over The Rainbow Bottomless Frosé 


In a glorious and leafy rooftop setting, you'll find Untied's super special bottomless frosé pop-up. Dubbed "Over The Rainbow", Untied has been drenched in vivid florals—making it a perfect spot to snap some weekend brunch content. For the event, Untied has brought back its ultra-popular self-serve frosé machine, with fruity flavours like strawberry and watermelon, mango and lime, lychee and rose, and banana and cacao. You're able to top your boozy rosé slushie with lollies, like gummy bears, rainbow straps, berries, and sour worms. To book, head over here

What you get: Two hours of bottomless frosé with access to lollies to garnish
When: Daily from 12pm
Cost: $49 per person

Odd Culture: Au (Pet) Naturel! 


Ready to move on from mimosas and rosé? Odd Culture has you sorted with their take on the bottomless brunch, which features free-flowing natural wines and fizzy Pet Nat. You'll find Odd Culture smack bang in the middle of King Street, which makes this all-day diner perfect for Inner West locals or anyone looking to cruise Netown's op shops post-brunch. Alongside your Pet Nats, you'll be treated to a menu of fresh seasonal fruit, buttermilk pancakes with miso caramel, and a hangover saviour bacon butty with house bacon and tonkatsu sauce. From 12pm, a lunch menu kicks in, which includes a particularly delicious Koji roasted chicken. 

Upgrade your brunch with specialty brekky cocktails like the Odd Cultured Bloody Mary ($22), made with Lacto-fermented tomato, miso, and vodka, and the brown butter Espresso Martini ($22), which features butter-washed amaro and vodka. Bookings are available here

What you get: Two hours of bottomless Pet Nat and natural wine
When: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10am - 12pm for brunch, lunch from 12pm
Cost: $89 per person

Luke's Kitchen At Kimpton Margot Sydney


If your ideal brunch involves a superstar chef, a stunning setting, free-flowing bubbles, live music, and Bloody Marys paired with a perfect degustation-style menu—you’ll want to add this one to your weekend agenda. You’ll find this all-star brunch event at the new Luke’s Kitchen, housed within the recently-opened five-star Kimpton Margot Sydney hotel. 

Sydney brunch veterans will be familiar with Luke's Kitchen—and, of course, beloved Aussie chef and restauranteur Luke Mangan. Across five tasty courses, you'll be treated to things like Tasmanian salmon sashimi, a prawn bisque with pumpkin ravioli, and roast spatchcock with slow-cooked tomatoes. To drink, take your pick of bottomless Bloody Marys or iced tea Mojitos, served from a roving bar cart. You can also upgrade your package to score free-flowing Veuve Clicquot. Bookings are available here

What you get: A five-course brunch degustation and two hours of bottomless cocktails or Champagne
When: Saturdays, 11am - 2.30pm
Cost: $125 for bottomless Bloody Marys or Margot’s Myrtle Iced Tea Mojito’s; $185 for bottomless Veuve Clicquot


Darling Square

On a leafy terrace bar in the heart of buzzy Darling Square, Pumphouse delivers a rustic-style bottomless brunch every Sunday. On the menu are classic breakfast staples like avocado toast with tomato compote and an acai bowl with cinnamon toasted granola, and then some flavour-packed upgrades like souffle pancakes with rhubarb compote and waffles benedict with lemon myrtle hollandaise. The bottomless package includes rosé and sparkling, and the atmosphere is just perfect for a lazy (boozy) Sunday. Book here

What you get: Two hours of bottomless rosé, sparkling or beer, and one a la carte menu item
When: Sundays, 11am - 2pm
Cost: $63 per person



mezze and mimosasBabylon's huge 1200sqm space features a live hanging garden terrace and outdoor bar, lots of greenery and multiple private and semi-private dining rooms. Marble plays a big role here too, with stone quarried from all around the world: there’s a luxurious nine-metre bar crafted from Emperador dark gold Spanish marble, tabletops are made with Veria Green marble from Greece and glossy black Nero Marquina marble flooring from northern Spain. In short, it's ritzy. 

On the food front, Babylon serves up Middle Eastern fare, which we reckon is best enjoyed in the form of a 90-minute bottomless brunch. You’ll get to knock back everything on the mezze menu, which includes flatbread and za’atar butter, hummus with wattle seed dukkah, dips, olives, skewered meats, and more—all while sipping mimosa after mimosa. To book, head to Babylon's website.

What you get: Bottomless mimosas and Babylon’s mezze menu
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 11.30am – 1pm
Cost: $68 per person

La Farmacia


Tucked behind Mrs Palmer on Stanley Street in Darlinghurst, La Farmacia is a mezcal and tequila den serving up proper Guadalajara-style feeds. The joint has already worked up a rep of churning out some of the best margaritas in Sydney, with about 20 variations on offer to be exact, and it’s a pretty solid place to hit with your mates, especially if you’re keen to work your way through an impressive menu of boutique Mexican spirits while listening to some bangin’ Mexican hip hop.

How can it possibly top this pearling reputation? With a bottomless brunch, duh. Make that brunch with free-flowing margaritas (classic or Tommy’s), Mexican beer, and rosé every Saturday and Sunday—for 90 minutes. With this, you’ll also get a set brunch menu packed with freshly fried corn chips, salsa, four types of tacos, and, to close it all off, churros served with dulce de leche. Bookings can be made via the website.

What you get: Free-flowing margaritas, beer, and wine and a set menu
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 11am – 3pm
Cost: $85 per person

The Winery

Surry Hills

women at brunchThe Winery has its own champagne room—so you know these guys take their bellinis seriously. As well as the classic peach bellini, you can get sparkling, red, white or rosé wine—for two delightful hours.

For the bottomless brunch, you'll be tucking into a three-course, share-style lunch, packed with dishes like flatbread and whipped labneh, honey-drizzled haloumi, house-made sausage rolls, slow-braised beef cheek ragu, and chocolate brownies. Be prepared to punch another hole in your belt. Bookings can be made here.

What you get: A three-course lunch and two hours of bellinis, sparkling, white, rosé or red wine
When: Saturdays, with seatings at 11.30am, 2pm and 4.30pm, and Sundays, with seatings at 11.30am and 2pm
Cost: $85 per person

Baby Coffee Co


pink chairs and food on tableThis pink-hued cafe has become one of the go-to spots for a bottomless brunch in Sydney. And it's easy to see why—the airy courtyard, the cute pooches, the OTT brekkie fare... the list goes on. It also lets you pick your food a la carte (for any fussy eaters out there) and add on two hours of free-flowing booze. That is if you're with less than eight people, though.

Got a big crew? Baby Coffee Co is primed for the get-together brunches, offering two set menus—$59 and $75—for groups of 4–25 people. In terms of the bottomless drinks, you can opt for two hours of mimosas ($20), prosecco ($30), and rosé ($40). Going all out? You can also organise shots and espresso martinis on arrival for $5 and $10 per person, respectively. For more information and to book, head to the website.

What you get: A la carte menu (for groups of 1–7) or the choice of two set menus for groups, plus your choice of bottomless mimosas, prosecco and rosé
When: Every Wednesday–Sunday
Cost: Varies (see details above)

The Botanical


If you’re a South Sydney local, one of the best eating and drinking spots has to be Caringbah's Highfield and its mini precinct of venues. And for brunch, you'll want to make a beeline straight for The Botanical. This rooftop oasis offers great city views, plus it dishes up a mighty fine deal when it comes to boozy brunch—think two hours of free-flowing drinks paired with a share-style feast for $85 a head. Best of all, The Botanical's brunch offer isn't restricted to just the weekends. So if you feel like a celebratory feast on a Monday, this is the spot. Call 02 8880 1001 to book. 

What you get: A feast of entrees, share plates, mains, sides, and dessert, plus two hours of selected cocktails, wine, sparkling and all tap beer
When: Daily, 12 – 2pm
Cost: $85 per person



Fortuna restaurant interiorOn a sunny corner spot on Victoria Street, Fortuna has quickly become a staple in Sydney's abundant brunch scene. The all-day Italian diner took over the former Eliza space in December 2021 and is busy from brekkie to dinner, serving locals everything from coffee to cocktails. But, like we said, it's the brunch here that draws the crowds. For $89 per person, you'll feast on seven Italian dishes, including olives, burrata, prosciutto, freshly baked focaccia, porchetta and crispy roast potatoes. And of course, drinks are also on the menu—think Aperol spritz, negronis, wines, and beer that keep on coming for a whole 90 minutes. Still hungry? You can tack on two pastas for an extra $10. Score. You can book over here.

What you get: A seven-dish Italian feast paired with bottomless cocktails, wine and beer for 90 minutes
When: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 12.30pm – late
Cost: $89 per person, plus the option to add two pasta dishes for $10


Surry Hills

For laidback Middle Eastern eats and contemporary industrial vibes, book a table at Shaffa. Tucked away on Albion Street in Surry Hills, this spot is known for its legendary bottomless brunch and bold flavours—so it's an ideal venue to indulge in lengthy meals with good friends and great cocktails. The  $70pp Weekend Brunch Feast will see you tuck into share-style dishes such as charred harissa olives, hummus, marinated flank steak with brown butter, tabbouleh, coconut malabi and a whole lot more. You can add on bottomless rosé and beer for an extra $37 or go all out with margaritas for $47. Book via the website

What you get: A Middle Eastern share-style feast and the option to add on bottomless drinks at an additional cost. 
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 2.30pm, with two-hour sittings
Cost: $70–117 per person


Potts Point

tacosChula’s bottomless deal covers margaritas, Mexican beers, sparkling wine and rosé—but the food menu is equally as thrilling. The lineup is studded with goodies like ceviche, tacos, barbecued corn, and warm cinnamon doughnut balls with dulce de leche to finish it all off. If you’re vego, fear not, it's got plenty of options for you, too. 

The drinks will be flowing for two hours—but Chula has some rules, so don't plan on double parking. Bookings can be made via the website

What you get: A Mexican feast, plus two hours of seasonal margaritas, Tecate beers, Hawkes lager on tap, sparkling wine and rosé
When: Saturdays and Sundays, from 12pm
Cost: $55 per person (food only) or $90 per person (with drinks)

Bar Nina


Bar Nina is an all-day Italian wine bar and restaurant from the team behind Redfern’s Arms Length bar. With a bright indoor space splashed in Sevilla-inspired sunset orange and outdoor tables catching the afternoon sun, this is a pretty fine place for brunch with the crew. Bar Nina offers a $59 bottomless menu every day of the week, serving up the likes of smashed avo, Belgian-style waffles, and eggs benedict paired with mimosas, espresso martinis, wines and Pirate Life beers. Plus, you can add on hash browns ($5), freshly shucked oysters ($5), a $32 cheese platter, and bloody marys ($7). Planning to head there later in the day? It also offers a $79 bottomless lunch menu. Book here

What you get: Seasonal fruit and pastries, plus your choice of a main as well as bottomless drinks
When: Daily, 9am – 2pm for brunch menu or 12 –7pm for lunch menu
Cost: $59 per person, plus add-ons at an extra cost

Frank Mac's

The Rocks

Hand holding wineFrom the crew behind Sydney's opium den-inspired whisky bar, The Doss House, comes a new gin bar for The Rocks. Frank Mac's ain't your average gin bar either—with 100+ gins sourced from all around the world, it has one of the biggest botanical collections in Sydney. Plus, it's now offering bottomless brunch sessions every Saturday and Sunday. Good stuff, eh?

From 12pm each weekend, the boozy occasion lets you take your pick of tipple—spritz, mimosas, bellinis, and rosé are all on the cards. To line the stomach (which you'll need with two hours of endless drink), there are lavish cheese platters, dips, olives, charcuterie boards, 24-hour cured salmon served with Bloody Shiraz caviar, and salads. Bookings can be made via the website.

What you get: Share-style brunch and two hours of spritz, mimosas, bellinis, and rosé
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 2pm
Cost: $89 per person, minimum four people bookings

Matteo Downtown


Matteo Downtown has just launched a bottomless brunch bonanza, and we couldn't be more stoked about it. The casual Italian spot is a go-to during the week, but now you have a great excuse to visit on a Saturday. Dubbed Il Dolce Pranazo (The Sweet Lunch), the three-course feast features antipasto platters, vodka rigatoni, pizzas, green salad, and a Tia Maria tiramisu for dessert. Pair that with a glass of bubbly on arrival followed by endless margaritas (delivered via a roving margarita cart) or your choice of wine, and it's a worthy way to celebrate the weekend. Book here.

What you get: A three-course Italian feast, plus a glass of Perrier-Jouët on arrival, followed by two hours of margaritas (classic, spicy or Tommy's) or your choice of white, red or sparkling rosé wine. 
When: Saturdays, 12 – 4pm, with two-hour sittings. 
Cost: $110 per person

Meu Jardim


When Meu Jardim opened on Skittle Lane, it made quite the splash—quite literally, it boasts its very own waterfall. And to go with its extravagant, glacier cave-like aesthetic, it's now offering an OTT brunch every weekend. 

The kitchen—led by chef Murat Ekinci—will be dishing up oysters, freshly made dips, gooey saganaki, fried cauliflower, sticky date pudding and more. As for the drinks, you can take your pick of Aperol spritz, mimosas, wines, beers, and Meu Jardim's lychee cocktail, Le Fleur de Litchi. Bookings can be made via the website.

What you get: Euro-centric six-course feast and free-flowing cocktails, wines and beers
When: Saturdays and Sundays, with sittings available from 2pm. 
Cost: $99 per person


Surry Hills

Women at brunchIf you, like much of Sydney, love to brunch your way through the weekend—Bartolo's bottomless brunch deal is well worth adding to your list. For $75, you'll be treated to an Italian feast with warm house-made focaccia, Sicilian olives and stracciatella, before moving on to pasta and a main.

On the drinks front, it'll be free-flowing wines—prosecco, white, rosé, skin contact, and red—for 90 minutes. Did we mention you get a signature spritz on arrival? Well, there's that, too. You can also keep the party going by adding a $15 espresso martini to finish. Bookings are essential and can be made via the website

What you get: A three-course Italian feast with a spritz on arrival and 90 minutes of free-flowing wine
When: Saturdays and Sundays
Cost: $75 per person


Potts Point

tacosNestled inside the streets of Potts Point and from the same team that brought you Taqiza, Carbòn and La Palma, is the Mexican restaurant and mezcal bar—Sonora Mexican. The feeds here are a nod towards the cuisine of Sonora, a coastal state in Mexico’s northwest famous for its “tacos chingones”, which quite literally translates to “badass tacos”.

Sonora is a frontrunner on Sydney’s bottomless brunch scene on account of its all-encompassing menu which means unlimited tacos, unlimited margaritas, unlimited rosé and unlimited Tecate beer. The session spans two hours and in that space of time, you’ll get to gorge yourself on grass-fed lamb tacos, roasted cauliflower tacos, marinated chicken tacos, grilled barramundi tacos and wild mushroom tacos (and the flour tortillas here are made in-house and fresh to order).

There are also five margarita varieties to choose from to take your mezcal-fuelled antics to a whole new level, with the top-shelf mezcal sourced from boutique Mexican distilleries. To book, head to the website.

What you get: 90 minutes of unlimited tacos and bottomless margaritas, beer or rosé
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 5pm
Cost: $85 per person



Inspired by the dreamy southern coast of Italy, the CicciaBella menu lets you eat as you wish—whether that means share-style, or going in hard on the flavour-packed antipasti menu, or a select of woodfired snacks. However, when you’re out to pack in as much as possible, the weekend bottomless feeds here are where it’s at.

Dubbed Pranzo Eterno (that is, the lunch that never ends), the sessions run every Saturday and Sunday and promise bottomless prosecco and red, white and rosé wine. And, sure, it may technically call itself a lunch, but who cares? Alongside all the booze, you'll get a three-course menu including antipasti, salad, pasta, and tiramisu. Bookings can be made over here.

What you get: Three-course meal and two hours of bottomless wine and prosecco
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 3pm
Cost: $99 per person

Hello Auntie

Darling Square

Chopsticks and plate of foodEvery Saturday, the team at Hello Auntie in Darling Square is plating up a mix of Vietnamese brunch dishes with a twist—and your pup is also welcome at this dog-friendly affair. You’ll be tucking into Bo Tai Chanh (sort of like beef tartare with peanut, shallot oil lemon, and sesame dressing), scallop ceviche, Com Chien (fried rice), and Goi Cuon—a baller DIY rice paper roll kit.

To wash everything down, there are bottomless glasses of fruity spritz which come in passionfruit and grape, strawberry and lime, and lychee and ginger flavours. To book, head here

What you get: Two hours of bottomless spritz and a mix of Vietnamese brunch dishes
When: Every Saturday, 12 – 2pm
Cost: $70 per person

Rocker Bondi


Bondi’s casual neighbourhood haunt, Rocker Bondi, has a seasonal bottomless brunch—and we're about it. If you’ve never been here, the food pays homage to all the best things about living on the coast, so you’re in for a Euro-inspired menu championing local ingredients.

As it's seasonal, the food menu gets a shake-up on the reg. But for drinks, you can expect a bottomless booze package of mimosas, red, white or rosé wine. You can also upgrade so you can have an arrival spritz ($10 extra), bottomless beer ($10 extra), bottomless margaritas ($45 extra) and even an espresso martini to finish ($10 extra). The seating requires a minimum of four people and bookings can be made via the website

What you get: Euro-inspired share plates and two hours of mimosas, red, white and rosé wine, with the option to upgrade
When: Thursday – Sunday, 12 – 4pm
Cost: $89 per person

Dead Ringer

Surry Hills

At Surry Hills’ Dead Ringer, you can opt for bottomless bevs while enjoying a dish from its a la carte selection, or you can tack it onto its $45 brunch menu. Dead Ringer's brunch session is decked out with cured salmon, house-baked focaccia, homemade pastries, and more. Plus, 90% of its menu is gluten-free, which is a win for coeliacs. 

On the drinks front, it's an additional $35 for mimosas, $49 for prosecco, and $55 for seltzers—and they'll keep them coming for a whole 90 minutes. Book a table over here

What you get: Choice between a la carte menu or $45 set menu, plus 90 minutes of free-flowing booze for an additional cost (see details above)
When: Saturdays and Sundays, from 10.30am – 3pm
Cost: $30–49 per person for bottomless drinks package only


Neutral Bay

SoCal is all about sun, surf and southern Cali vibes. While it's a go-to for after-work drinks and weekend catch-ups on the Lower North Shore, it really brings the heat with its bottomless rosé feasts. If we were being technical, it's called the Bottomless Rosé Lunch—but what's in a name, hey?

Available for groups of four or more, the boozy affair happens every Friday to Sunday, so you can book in for a midweek sesh if that's your style. For $79, you'll get share-style dishes such as guacamole and corn chips, tacos, quesadillas, and fries, plus all-you-can-drink rosé and rosé sangria for two hours. You can also level up with prosecco and tap beers for an additional $5 and $10, respectively. Hot tip: when making your booking, opt for their terrace seating. Sunny rays and rosé, hooray! Book your spot via SoCal's website

What you get: Set menu and two hours of rosé or rosé sangria
When: Friday – Sunday, 12 – 3pm
Cost: $79 per person



Carbòn takes free-flowing brunch to a whole new level thanks to its bottomless margaritas and bottomless tacos sessions that are just a short stroll from the beach. So, we recommend a quick dip before you settle in for this feast.  

The team at Carbòn use ‘parrilla’ techniques to cook everything, which means they use a variety of woods to create different flavours within the food. And holy smokes—it's delicious! You’ll have 90 minutes to down all the tequila and tacos you can handle. Carbòn's tacos are packed with the likes of barramundi, chicken, pork, lamb and mushroom. There are even cactus tacos, for real Mexican fiends. To book, head to the website

What you get: 90 minutes of all-you-can-eat tacos and free-flowing classic margaritas
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 5pm
Cost: $85 per person


Parramatta, Surry Hills, Chatswood and The Rocks

fried chicken and champagneIf you're looking for a serious feast, the Butter's Feast is the way to go here. For $39, you'll get a mini spicy fried chicken sanga, fried wings, fries, miso-covered corn, haloumi bites, pickles, coleslaw, ramen gravy, and hot sauce. Yep, it's a big feed. So you'll no doubt want to go baller on the drinks. 

Thankfully, Butter also has bottomless booze options to go with its fried chicken fare. You have a choice of Chandon Blanc de Blanc ($59), Veuve Clicquot Yellow ($120) or Hennessy VS Lemon Ice Tea ($65), which will be flowing for 90 minutes. The best part? You can get both Butter's Feast and the bottomless booze any day, any time you please—and, yes, that includes brunch.

What you get: 90 minutes of bottomless Chandon, Clicquot or Hennessy VS ice tea
When: Daily (check Butter locations for opening hours)
Cost: $39 per person for Butter's Feast, $59 – 120 per person for 90 minutes of bottomless booze

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Image credit: Untied, Untied, Odd Culture, Pumphouse, Babylon, The Winery, Baby Coffee Co, Fortuna, Chula, Frank Mac's, Bartolo, Sonora, Hello Auntie, Butter

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