7 Boozy Bottomless Brunches To Choose From Because You Obviously Deserve It

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7 Boozy Bottomless Brunches To Choose From Because You Obviously Deserve It

Not all bottomless brunches are equal.

However, all bottomless brunches are great.

They’re great because they allow you time to sit, eat, drink and converse with your friends, which is what sharing a meal is all about.

Also, eating is not supposed to be rushed and weekends are meant to be enjoyed, so what better way to do so than by celebrating life and friendships by eating and drinking, and then ordering another round for the table at no extra cost?

Luckily for Sydney, there are bottomless brunches that won’t leave a gaping hole in your bank account as well as bottomless brunches that spoil you with free-flowing champagne instead of mimosas, bellinis and Bloody Marys. Either way, there’s something for everyone.

1. Rosie Campbell’s, Surry Hills

Rosie Campbell’s, the Jamaican-inspired bar and eatery in Surry Hills, is all about that island life which is why they’re serving up free-flowing daiquiris when you go for brunch. Choose from one of four flavours—classic, pineapple, mango or passionfruit—and watch your winter blues wash away. Too much daiquiri? Switch over to wine.

And while you powwow with your crew, tuck into a five-course brunch featuring Rosie Campbell’s famous Jerk chicken, pineapple and jalapeño fritters, crab or veggie tacos, Kingston prawns and a tropical salad. Bear in mind, this banquet is designed to share.

Taste the Caribbean every Saturday at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm or 3pm.

Turn on island time here.


Find Rosie Campbell’s at 320 Crown Street, Surry Hills

2. Beast & Co, Surry Hills

At Beast & Co, they want to help tame your hunger and quench your thirst and on weekends, they just might have the perfect plan to help you do just that.

The Margarita Bottomless Brunch, which is actually more than just Margaritas, begins with a sharing menu loaded with beef tartare, roasted cabbage, mushroom risotto and chicken liver pate that you’ll be able to spread thin or thick on bread. Then, it’s time to defend your plate as you’ll move onto your choice of main from the slow-cooked pork belly, the fish of the day, or the farmer’s pick of the day highlighting the freshest of seasonal vegetables.

This is all accompanied by two hours of bottomless Margaritas, bellinis, or mimosas as well as wine or beer. Mocktails and juices can also be served to cater for the non-drinkers in the group. Beast & Co will also let you go sans cocktails and just beer and wine or sans drinks completely and order just the food, so there’s that as well.

Reservations can be made for 11am, 1pm and 3pm seatings on both Saturday and Sunday.

Book your seat today.

From $49 to $89pp (min of two required)

Find Beast & Co at 425 Bourke Street, Surry Hills

3. The Cosmopolitan, Double Bay

Brunch with freshly shucked Sydney Rock oysters on ice with mignonette & lemon. Yes, please! But that’s not all the deliciousness that The Cosmopolitan is serving up on their weekend brunches. Nope. They’ve got two offerings for you to choose from.

If you go with the Bottomless Boozy Brunch, then after the oysters, you’ll move onto a Crudo Misto of Kingfish carpaccio, salmon sashimi, tuna tartare served with warm breads so really soak up all the flavour before arriving at the mains, which consist of Burrata served with rockmelon and prosciutto, tomato, saffron and mozzarella arancinis, a truffled club sandwich and a chipotle prawn & potato brioche bun.

Save room for dessert because the sweet stuff is included too.

Seatings for this two-hour epic brunch feast take place from 12-3pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Book you and your friends a table now.


However, if you’re feeling royally inclined, then The Cosmopolitan’s Queen’s Brunch High Tea is for you.

You’ll sit down to fingers sandwiches including smoked salmon & rye, truffled chicken mayonnaise & cress and caramelised leek, gruyere & tarragon quiche. The sweetness will then come in the forms of strawberry & kiwi gâteaux, ricotta & chocolate cannoli, lemon meringue tart, warm scones and mixed macarons.

For both brunches, drinks include free-flowing spritz & seltzer cocktails, a selection of wines and Chandon Blanc de Blanc champagne. Talk about irresistible. Talk about class. Talk about when you’re going to go.

The Queen’s Brunch High Tea begins seatings at 10am.

Find The Cosmopolitan at 6/2-22 Knox Street, Double Bay

4. Roller Disco Brunch Party

Okay, so this brunch hasn’t actually started just yet but just imagine a roller rink, DJs spinning disco, mimosas and food, which you will be able to purchase on the day, all in the one place. There’ll even be special performances by professional roller dancers. Will you watch on from the bar or join them on the roller-rink dance floor for a spin.

Sign up to the waitlist today and be the first in the know when more info and tickets drop.

5. Meetball & Co, Surry Hills

Mimosas and meatballs? Sign us up.

Meetball & Co. do some damn-fine meetballs as they call them. Their unique artisan balls are dry roasted and fat-free, meaning feelings of guilt will be minimal at best when you’ve picked up the final ball from the selection in front of you. Add to that arancini balls, calamari and a baked chickpea Shawarma and you’ve got a super-tasty four-course brunch that’s complemented by free-flowing mimosas.

Meet these meetballs and your friends on a Saturday or Sunday from 11-2pm.


Find Meetball & Co. at 535 Crown Street, Surry Hills

6. Little Jack Horner’s, Coogee

It might be winter, but a frozen Margarita goes down fine any time of the year. And when they’re free-flowing, they’re even better.

Throw in bottomless beers, wines and prosecco to drink while you munch and brunch your way through salt and pepper Sichuan calamari, Korean chicken wings with sticky smoked chilli sauce and popcorn cauliflower with minted pea puree. Little Jack Horner’s will also serve up woodfired bread served with olive hummus, smashed avocado and salami so that you really get your fill.

Drink and eat your fill with friends for two hours every weekend with sittings at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm.

Reserve your spot.


Find Little Jack Horner’s at 270-274 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee

7. Clovelly Social House, Clovelly

Located just 100 metres from Clovelly Beach, Clovelly Social House is given Sydneysiders another reason to visit the secluded hangout south of Bondi.

On Saturdays and Sundays, they’re getting in on the brunch fun with bottomless drinks including Aperols and Margaritas, beers and sparkling wine too. Or, go red, rosé and white if that’s more you’re style after your snack on your banana bread and while you raise your energy levels with your choice of main meal from the menu.

Get in early with the morning crowd from 10am or get there a little later but whatever you do, get to Clovelly Social House for two hours of free-flowing drinks. You might even pluck up the courage to dip your toes in the water.

Tell your friends and grab a table.


Find Clovelly Social House at 344 Clovelly Road, Clovelly

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