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The Best Bottomless Boozy Brunch in Brisbane

Are you looking for a sweet, boozy celebration alongside breakfast to mark the end of an amazing weekend? Fortunately for you, Brisbane’s brunch scene is not only bountiful but also bottomless! From the best champagne brunch to an entirely vegan brunch in Brisbane, we’ve created the ultimate hit list for the city’s best alcohol-filled brunch spots, so that you always know where the party is happening in 2020. They’re great for curing hangovers, celebrating a special birthday or just adding a little zest to your weekend rituals. Grab a free-flowing mimosa and prepare yourself for the best 2020 guide on where to have brunch in Brisbane.

The Best Brunch Party in Brisbane:

ZA ZA TA, Fortitude Valley


Why settle for your standard avo toast on a Sunday when you can encounter the exotic and delve into two and a half hours of free-flowing drinks, woodfired shakshuka, a slow-cooked meat carving station, an epic grazing table, and killer cocktail list inspired by the vibrant Tel Aviv bar scene. Did we mention that you can dine then dance while sipping on seemingly endless prosecco, French rose, mimosas, and even French champagne?! ZA ZA TA will be kicking off 2020 with a bang, offering one big brunch party on the last Sunday of the month. This is the perfect brunch spot for those wanting to keep the party spirit alive and dance into Sunday afternoon.

The Most Instagramable Brunch in Brisbane:

Darling & Co, Padington

If it isn’t on Instagram, did it even happen?! Luckily, Darling and Co Bottomless Brunch will supply you with ample photo-worthy moments alongside their iconic prosecco fountain. Every Sunday, you can enjoy their chicken sliders, charcuterie boards, mini fish and chips and other weekend specials while you revisit the “Sparkling Springs” fountain as many times as you’d like. Now THAT is bottomless! We promise you’ll have plenty of insta moments filling up your cup from their gorgeous, tile-clad fountain.

The Best Champagne Brunch in Brisbane:

Sake Restaurant & Bar, CBD

Spice up your bottomless brunch with a more refined touch: Champagne. Nothing says luxury on a special occasion like free-flowing Veuve Clicquot for two hours alongside fresh oysters, premium sashimi, miso caramelised “glacier 51” toothfish and an array of bite sized desserts. While technically Sake Restaurant serves this lux special as a “champagne lunch” we reckon it makes the perfect boozy brunch too, especially for a birthday or anniversary.
The Best Bloody Mary Brunch in Brisbane:

Pourboy, South Brisbane

Known for their killer coffees, Pourboy offers another cure for your wild hangover lingering from a crazy Saturday night out: Bloody Marys! Every weekend, starting at 10am, you can choose one signature breakfast dish to feast on, like French Toast or their famed PBB Burger, while you imbibe on bottomless Bloody Marys or Mimosas. This is the perfect brunch option for those wanting to ease into Sunday with a hearty meal and healthy-ish Bloody Mary.

Vegan Brunch in Brisbane:

Darling & Co, Padington

Have no fear, my plant-based friends, there are indeed boozy vegan brunch options for you to delight in! Darling and Co Bottomless Brunch has now expanded to include an entirely vegan option on Saturdays, in which guests can delight in a five-course set menu and two-hour drinks package. Their vegan brunch experience includes vegan cocktails like the Kombucha Moscow Mule and vegan-friendly prosecco, so you can still relish in the bottomless brunch spirit.

The Best Brunch with a View in Brisbane:

Riverbar & Kitchen, Brisbane City

Nourish your mind, body and soul with a classic eggy brunch served with plenty of bubbles, overlooking the Sunkissed Brisbane River! Dive into smashed avo toast, banana pancakes, and a hefty bacon and egg roll, while you sip craft cocktails and take in the views. This iconic Riverbar brunch offers a great experience for out-of-towners wanting to appreciate what makes Brisbane so beautiful!