All of the Best Bottomless Brunches in Leeds (2024)

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Brunch, that delightful fusion of breakfast and lunch, has grown beyond just a meal—it’s become an experience, a sought-after weekend tradition.

Leeds with its rich culinary tapestry, stands as a testament to this evolution. From traditional English spreads to international delights, Leeds offers a boozy brunch spot for every palate.

In this comprehensive guide, we’ll take you through a list of some of the best bottomless brunches in Leeds. Whether it’s the thrill of axe throwing paired with your meal, the Mediterranean’s aromatic allure, or a punk-inspired pizza fest that catches your fancy, we’ve covered all the best ones. Dive in, and discover the full spectrum of bottomless brunch offerings in Leeds.

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Experience an elegant brunch affair at All Bar One on Greek Street. One of the biggest pulls to brunch here is the added saxyness to your visit. On certain days your bottomless brunch will be swooned by live jazz performances, adding that little touch of pizazz. 

Their extensive menu offers a mix of classic and contemporary dishes, from truffled scrambled eggs to pastrami French toast. On the drink front you can enjoy unlimited Prosecco, Tanqueray & tonic, Aperol Spritz, and an array of fruity Daiquiris.

For cocktail enthusiasts, an upgrade provides access to premium cocktail options, like the ‘Salted Caramel Old Fashioned’ made with whiskey and a special house syrup. 

Price: £34 pp.
Hours: 11am to 4pm daily.
Duration: Bottomless drinks for 90 minutes.

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Step into Banyan for a chic bottomless brunch experience. One of the best bits at Banyan is the environment around you. You’ll be brunching in a stately old post office building or outdoors in the city square, don’t worry about the temperature in the colder months as this turns into a winter garden!

The menu boasts classic breakfast dishes such as French toast and eggs Benedict. If you’re in the mood for something more substantial, upgrade to a deluxe dish and savour treats like a tender steak melt on rustic ciabatta or a Korean fried chicken burger.

Your food can be paired with unlimited Prosecco, beer, or an array of cocktails including the stone cold classic ‘Bloody Mary’ and a range of alcoholic fruity swizzles. 

Price: £34.95 pp.
Hours: Every day from 11am to 4pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Bar Soba offers an exhilarating fusion of Asian-inspired dishes in a vibrant setting. Situated on the bustling Greek Street, this modern and chic venue is a haven for lovers of Asian street food.

Their bottomless brunch menu promises a delightful exploration of flavours, from the classic chicken katsu curry to the tasty sticky bao buns.

Complement your meal with a wide selection of drinks, including signature cocktails like the rum based ‘Zombie Punch’, G&Ts, and Prosecco. And while you’re there you could find yourself planning a return visit for one of the popular Bar Soba cocktail masterclasses – they’ve been mixing it up since 1999!  

Price: £35 pp.
Hours: Various timings from Friday to Sunday.
Duration: 90 minutes. A £5 deposit is required per person.

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While Bomba Paella is renowned for its paella, it also offers an enticing bottomless brunch with a unique tapas twist. And on those rare days the sun shines in Leeds you can sit out in the courtyard.  

At £35, guests can relish unlimited sangria, beer, wine, or cava for 90 minutes. The brunch menu tempts with options like ham croquetas, patatas bravas, and the delectable padron peppers.

It’s one of the only boozy brunches in Leeds where you can gorge on Spanish tapas and gulp down glasses of sangria!

Price: £35 pp.
Hours: 12pm-5pm every Saturday.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Take your boozy brunch to the waterside at the vibrant Canary Bar. It won’t feel like it inside but you’ll be sitting in an old shipping container, in a cosy booth, looking out over Leeds Dock.

The bottomless brunch menu has a range of burgers covering beef, chicken and vegan patties, all with a choice of sweet and spicy toppings.  To quench your thirst the Canary Bar makes your drinks bottomless. Enjoy unlimited Prosecco, mimosas, and bottled beer. 

Find out more about the Canary Bar

Price: £32 pp.
Hours: Daily 12am-5pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Come and indulge in the elegance and flavours of Thai cuisine at Chaophraya. Their bottomless brunch includes a selection of favourites like pad Thai and Thai green curry. Or you can turn it into smaller bites with a fusion of spring rolls and tacos. 

On the drinks front, Chaophraya offers unlimited  prosecco, Singha beer, and a curated range of cocktails, one of our favourites is the ‘Dragon Eye’ that fuses gin with lychee, kiwi and Thai basil. For those wanting to dial up the class you can add a champagne upgrade. 

If you fall in love with the food at Chaophraya, you might want to check out one of their cooking master classes to unlock the secrets of Thai cooking at home. 

Price: £45 for one course or £49 for two courses.
Hours: Saturdays 12pm-4pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Step into the welcoming ambiance of Cosy Club, where every brunch is a celebration of food and drink. The place has a unique mix of Victorian opulence and bohemian chic inside.

At Cosy Club the accessibility and comfort of those visiting is prioritised, making it one of the best boozy brunch options for a wheelchair user.

Enjoy unlimited Prosecco, Bloody Marys, and Mimosas, paired with an array of breakfast items. From spiced tomato Shaksuka to smashed avocado and halloumi; the menu offers lots of hearty breakfast and brunch options.  

Price: £25 pp.
Hours: From 10am daily.
Duration: Bottomless drinks for 90 minutes.

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Cult Wing brings the anarchy to the Merrion Centre. This anti-establishment bar is revolutionising your taste buds with chicken wings and tequila. It has arguably the largest selection of tequila in the city with over 200 listed.  And a ceremonial bell is rung when some of the rarer ones are poured from the ‘tequila bible’.

Their bottomless brunch offers a variety of dishes, from their signature Cult XL wings to crispy tenders and delightful burgers, all complemented by a side of fries.

The drink selection boasts Prosecco, beer, and large jugs of tequila cocktails, perfect for a lively afternoon with friends.

Find out more about Cult Wing

Price: £32.95 pp.
Hours: Daily from 12pm to 5pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Dirty stinking Martini never tasted so good! It’s safe to say that if you like a Martini with your breakfast, this is the place to come for your next boozy brunch. 

One of the foodie standouts is the signature ‘brunch birdcage’: a shareable feast filled with sliders, spring rolls, and other snack-sized delights. The option for a “picky” brunch that makes an afternoon tea spread look uptight. There are decent vegan and gluten-free options ensure that everyone can indulge in this delightful brunch experience.

The drink selection is equally impressive, featuring cocktails, Prosecco, beer, and gin and tonics. And if you’re partial to that Martini there are 12 different ones to try!

Price: £37.50 pp.
Hours: Various timings throughout the week.
Duration: 90 minutes. Advance booking is recommended.

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Fleur, with its enchanting floral décor, offers a bottomless brunch experience that is both visually and gastronomically delightful. The vibe is a concoction of bright colours, flowers and butterflies – a sense of tranquillity descends on you when visiting Fleur!

This restaurant is the brainchild of talented Master Chef finalist Bobby Geetha, who for a short period of time earned a Michelin Star. 

The menu boasts dishes like grilled halloumi burgers and king prawn udon noodles. And you can add the boozy element with unlimited prosecco, beer, or handcrafted cocktails-mocktails with a choice of spritz and punch. 

Price: £29.95 pp (Tue – Thu) / £32.95 pp (Fri – Sun).
Hours: Tuesday to Thursday 11am-7:30pm; Friday to Saturday 11am-9pm; Sunday 11am-4pm.
Duration: 90 minutes. Advance booking is essential.

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Indulge in the ultimate pizza party at Hoist House, where the pizzas are as bottomless as the drinks. If you’re working in and around the financial district in Leeds city centre; Hoist House is a great bottomless brunch choice for that early Friday finish. 

You will be spoilt with a conveyor belt of Neapolitan-style pizzas, from the classic Margherita to spicy ‘nduja sausage. As soon as you’ve polished off one pizza they’ll have the next one in the oven!

With all that dough you’re going to need plenty of drinks. On the boozy brunch drinks menu is the signature Hoist House lager, Cornish Orchard cider, and a plethora of cocktails.

Price: £32.95 pp.

Hours: 12:00 – 7:30pm

Duration: Bottomless drinks for 90 minutes.

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Nestled in the heart of Call Lane, If Bar is the place to be for a memorable brunch experience.

Choose from a menu that boasts hearty brunch burritos and their renowned pancakes, all while sipping on unlimited Prosecco, mimosas, or draught beer.

For those who fancy a touch of sophistication, an upgrade to include premium cocktails like Espresso Martinis and Pornstar Martinis is available.

Price: £27.50 pp.
Hours: Saturdays 12pm-4pm; Sundays 12pm-3pm.
Duration: 90 minutes. A deposit and booking in advance are required.

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Dive into the vibrant and colourful world of Latin America at Las Iguanas. Who are one of the only restaurants pushing the boat out with a generous 2-hours of drinking and eating on the clock.  

Their brunch menu is a celebration of flavours, with dishes like chicken triple tacos, Bahian chicken curry, and a delectably juicy pan-fried halloumi burger. And you can upgrade for a small price to pick a dish from the main menu. 

The bottomless drinks menu is just as good, offering an array of cocktails, Prosecco, and Corona. For those who prefer non-alcoholic options, a selection of refreshing mocktails is also available.

Price: From £32.95 pp.
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11am-11pm; Friday 11am-7pm; Saturday 11am-5pm.
Duration: 2 hours. Advance booking is recommended.

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Lost and Found Bottomless Brunch

The Lost & Found is an alluringly attractive mix of the old and the new. The restaurant takes a big influence from the people that did excess and opulence well – the Victorians!

What stands out at Lost & Found is how the bar is their obsession with the “molecular mixology” of cocktail making. If you’re after an inventive cocktail with your brunch, this is the place to come. 

The bottomless brunch menu has classics like steak and eggs to greener takes on the Magrehbi breakfast – the green shakshuka.  The food is complemented by an array of unlimited cocktails, from the classic Bloody Mary to the effervescent Prosecco and zesty Aperol Spritz. Or you could upgrade to one of the 12 signature or classic twist cocktails. 

Dessert enthusiasts will find it hard to resist the allure of the tiramisu French toast – a sweet indulgence for a sweet tooth.  

Find out more about The Lost and Found Club

Price: £35 pp.
Hours: 11am-3pm every Saturday and Sunday.
Duration: 2 hours. Booking is essential.

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Manahatta Bottomless Brunch

Experience a slice of New York in Leeds with Manahatta’s exceptional bottomless brunch.

If you’re after a day session on the weekend a bottomless brunch at Manahatta is a party starter of the bottomless brunch. Expect all the best party tunes to dial up the atmosphere as you slowly get drunk. 

Eat from a menu that has popular selects like the Reese’s pancake stack. Or upgrade for just £5 and pick from a wider menu that includes mouth-watering burgers, baos, and hotdogs.

Of course it wouldn’t be a boozy brunch without endless drink options like the popular Supersized Pornstar Martini. Enjoy! 

Find out more about Manahatta

Price: £35.95 pp.
Hours: 12am-3pm every Saturday and Sunday.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Step into Mans Market, a contemporary venue that redefines Chinese cuisine in Leeds.

Voted as one of the best bottomless brunches in the city, their menu offers an array of Asian delicacies. Mans Market does the visuals and sounds really well – the style is eclectic and the soundtrack bubbling in the background keeps it interesting. 

The brunch begins with a dim sum sharer, featuring delights like spring rolls and satay chicken. And following this you can choose from a range of brunch boxes, including crispy chilli beef or black bean tofu.

The extensive drink selection, including fizz, beer, and Bellinis, will keep it lively all the way until the end! 

Find out more about Mans Market

Price: £39.95 pp.
Hours: Varying timings throughout the week.
Duration: 2 hours.

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Delve into the ultra-chic ambiance of Neighbourhood’s bottomless brunch, a popular choice among Leeds’ party-goers.

As bottomless boozing goes in Leeds; Neighbourhood has the widest choice of a bottomless session, you can pick from: ‘Bottomless Brunch, Bottomless Dining, Bottomless Roasts, Bottomless Drag Parties.’

The bottomless brunch starts from 12pm on Fridays, pick from classics like eggs Benedict or a hearty 8oz flat iron steak and fries. And for a drink you can have Prosecco or gin, vodka, rum and beer for 90-minutes straight.

Find out more about Neighbourhood

Price: £38 pp.
Hours: Fridays 12pm-4pm; Weekends 10am-4pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Get a feel of the lively Cuban atmosphere at Revolución de Cuba. Their brunch is an invitation to explore the diverse flavours of Cuba.

Revolucion has catered for both the boozy and boozeless brunch, making it one of the best choices for a alcohol free bottomless brunch in Leeds. 

Dishes such as the mega Full English and the unique Cubano Benedict, with its mojo-marinated pulled pork, promise a culinary treat.

Complement your meal with a free flow of cocktails, Prosecco, mimosas, and other drinks. For those going boozeless you can pick between a mojito, pornstar or daquiri. And if you want a touch of luxury, you can upgrade to enjoy a broader selection of cocktails and premium rum serves.

Price:  £35 pp.
Hours: Every day from 10.30am to 2pm.
Duration: 2 hours.

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Revolution Bars, both Electric Press and Call Lane, offer a decent brunch option if you’re that person that loves a themed event – disco or Christmas bangers anyone?

There is a wide array of drinks, including Ketel V&T, Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, and Bloody Marys.

And the food selects are a mix of breakfast and dinner picks like brunch-style pizzas and loaded hash browns – you can guarantee that the scran will be filling at a Revolution Bar brunch. 

Price: £35 pp.
Hours: 11am to 6pm, 7 days a week.
Duration: Bottomless drinks for 2 hours.

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The Slug & Lettuce has a bottomless brunch every day in the heart of Leeds city centre.

Depending on what month of the year you’re in you might take up one of the themed brunch events – Disney, ‘battle of the bands’, and Christmas are on the cards!

When is comes to the booze you can sup on an assortment of their renowned cocktails for 2-hours straight, classics include the ‘woo woo’, ‘mimosa’, and ‘sex on the beach’. 

Tuck into a dish from the brunch menu, like the creamy smashed avocado on toast or the fluffy pancakes; if you’re feeling hungry you can go harder with a burger or Mexican brunch. 

Price: £33 pp.
Hours: 10am to 6pm daily.
Duration: Bottomless drinks for 2 hours.

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Sky Lounge Bottomless Brunch

Elevate your brunch experience at Leeds Sky Lounge. Located in the DoubleTree by Hilton.

The Sky Lounge boasts mesmerizing panoramic views of Leeds. Gaze out and spot the tallest building in Leeds – Bridgewater Place, and standout architecture like the Italianate towers of Holbeck Urban Village. 

Brunch at Sky Lounge could begin with a delightful spread of meats and cheeses, followed by a selection of classic dishes like chicken and waffles or eggs Benedict. It’s classic fayre done well. 

Depending on which bottomless package you choose you may be taking advantage of the free flowing drinks for a couple of hours or all day. Tap into the delights of a range of cocktails, premium spirits, and Prosecco.

You can see why the Sky Lounge has been rated as one of the best bottomless brunches in the UK. Whether you’re star gazing at the end or moving to some music, this is sure to be a brunch experience!

Find out more about Sky Lounge

Price: £35 to £42 pp.
Hours: Every Saturday & Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Dive into the vibrant world of Caribbean cuisine at Turtle Bay – a slice of the Caribbean influenced by the founder Ajith’s visit to Barbados.

As soon as you walk in you’ll be drawn to the island bar taking centre stage and the surfside shacks around the restaurant. It’s a feel-good vibe! 

This tropical paradise offers an immersive experience of bottomless cocktails, Red Stripe, and Prosecco, complemented by a tantalizing array of dishes.

Whether it’s a sumptuous sausage roti wrap or their unique Jamaican twist on the classic Full English, every bite promises a burst of flavour.

The feel-good atmosphere, combined with their extensive drink offerings, makes Turtle Bay one the best brunches in Leeds. And every day is 241 happy hour on the cocktails! Which means you’re probably not going to leave at the end of the brunch…

Price: £31.50 pp.
Hours: Various timings across the week.
Duration: Bottomless drinks for 2 hours.

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Tavassoli's Cafe + Grill Bottomless Brunch

Tavassoli’s brings the rich flavours of Greece to Leeds. This cosy sized restaurant makes for a small group. It’s that kind of intimate place where the longer you stay, the more likely you will make a friend or two. 

Dive into their signature Greek gyros, with options ranging from succulent chicken to creamy halloumi, all wrapped in freshly baked pitta.

Their bottomless brunch promises 2-hours of indulgence with unlimited beer, Prosecco, cocktails, and gin and tonics. Make use of the generous bottomless time and taste popular cocktails like the godfather and Cuban mule.  

Find out more about Tavassoli’s

Price: £40 pp.
Hours: 12pm to 8pm daily (except Wednesdays).
Duration: Bottomless drinks for 2 hours.

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The Whitehall Restaurant & Bar provides an elevated brunch experience that seamlessly blends sophistication with good food. All in a venue that accommodates with spacious dining inside or heated al-fresco dining outside. 

Choose classic dishes from their A La Carte or Lunch menus like French onion soup to sumptuous mains that include venison, pork and chicken – there’s a dish for every palate! And elevate your dining experience with 90 minutes of free-flowing Champagne.

Price: Additional £18 pp for prosecco or £36 pp for champagne.
Hours: Saturdays 12pm-4pm.
Duration: 90 minutes.

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Robert Marshall

Rob has been a resident of Leeds for over a decade, having moved here as a student and lived in various parts of the city. With a love for exploring Leeds’ parks, woods, and the local food and drink scene, he is always on the lookout for hidden spots. Spending time exploring the city has led to discovering places that offer a break from the busy urban life or a taste of Leeds’ diverse culinary offerings.

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