29 best bottomless brunches in Brisbane

Bottomless brunches in Brisbane have quickly become a favourite pastime for a get-together with friends. Is it the great company? The delicious food? Or, is it the seemingly endless servings of mimosas and margaritas that keep finding their way to your table? While bottomless brunches seem to be popping up on every street corner of Brisbane, each is adding its own twist. Whether your ideal boozy brunch features mesmerising rooftop views, unique spins on traditional cuisine or raunchy entertainment, you’re certain to find it here. 

Hey Chica

Fortitude Valley

This festive boozy brunch at Hey Chica has the vibe of a Mexican fiesta. Stuffed tacos and margaritas await as the headliners. The extensive menu also includes a selection of cocktails, beers and wines, which couple beautifully with the variety of mains on offer. You may not know where to start, but you’re certain to finish in style at this two-hour bottomless brunch in Brisbane. 

When: Every Friday and Saturday, 12pm to 2pm and 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Cost: $90 per person
Time limit: 2 hours

Comuna Cantina

Brisbane City And Everton Park

Forget the nightclubs, Bottomless Weekends at Comuna Cantina is where the real party is. Live DJs play every Saturday and Sunday, serenading you while you sip on cocktails and munch on as many tacos as your heart desires. Set your tastebuds ablaze with a spicy margarita, or transport your senses to the beach with a refreshing ‘Pash n Go Spritz’. Whatever your flavour, a two-hour session at Bottomless Weekends at Comuna Cantina is sure to deliver it to you.

When: Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 4pm.
Cost: $69 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Iris Rooftop

Fortitude Valley 

High Tea Tapas at Iris Rooftop is one of the most unique bottomless brunches Brisbane has to offer. It blends the elegance of a traditional high tea and adds a Spanish twist. Share laughs with your closest friends over a selection of dishes including Lamb empanada, Smoked ocean trout and churros for dessert. You’ll also be sipping on a bottomless selection of wines, cocktails and mocktails. From Rosé Sangrias to mimosas, you won’t know where to start. Iris Rooftops aesthetic decor will also add to the experience, with lustrous gold lights and panoramic city views as the backdrop. 

When: Every Sunday, 11:30am to 3:30pm.
Cost: $88 per person.
Time limit: 1.5 hours.

Iris Rooftop
© Iris Rooftop

Darling & Co

Paddington

Darling & Co is like a chameleon amongst the Brisbane bottomless brunch scene. Its seasonal menu is always changing, keeping things consistently fresh for customers. Its light yet elegant garden setting makes it perfect for any occasion. Grab your bunch buddies and indulge in a varied sharing menu, including Margherita pizza, bruschetta bites, albondigas meatballs and more. Pair this with two hours of prosecco and spritz to pull your weekend brunch together. 

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am and 2pm.
Cost: $79 per person. 
Time limit: 2 hours.

Neesh Bar

Woolloongabba

Neesh Bar’s Bottomless Brunch aims to feed you so well that you won’t need breakfast or lunch. Feast on Neesh Bar’s hefty main platter, serving rostis, cheese kransky, fried eggs and more. Follow that up with the dessert platter, featuring crème brûlée French toast and fried crème anglaise. Mimosas and sparkling wine are your thirst-quenchers, with enough to last you for your two-hour stay.

When: Tuesday to Sunday from 10am.
Cost: $50 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Massimo

Brisbane City

If the idea of an Italian banquet paired with a free-flowing selection of wines, beers and champagne delights you, Massimo’s bottomless brunch is for you. Spend two hours sipping on your drink of choice with friends as you explore the brunch menu. It features sand crab cavatelli, raw kingfish and eggplant parmigiana. Upgrade to the signature banquet for a more expansive selection, an opportunity to really treat your tastebuds with freshly curated seafood, vegetarian options and a mixed dessert platter.

When: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12pm to 3pm.
Cost: Standard Banquet $99 per person. Signature Banquet $110 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Cielo Rooftop

Fortitude Valley

Get a taste of the ocean while dining in the sky, with Cielo Rooftops seafood-inspired bottomless brunch in Brisbane. Appreciate panoramic views of Fortitude Valley, as you prepare your belly for a three-course seafood feast. Devour crab claws, tempura hoki, calamari and more. Wash it all down with your choice of wine, beers or soft drinks over a two-hour period.

When: Every Sunday 12pm or 2.30pm.
Cost: $69 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Riverland

Brisbane City

Sunshine in Tokyo is the theme for The Riverside Bottomless Brunch at Riverland. Indulge in a two-hour Japanese feast, with three courses of your favourite East Asian delicacies. Sip on free-flowing wines and beers, as you nibble on the likes of katsu, sushi and yakitori. Sit perched next to the water as you bask in the sunshine with your brunch crew. Explore the rest of Riverland’s extensive menu, which includes vegan options and desserts, at this exciting bottomless brunch in Brisbane.

When: From 12pm on Sundays.
Cost: $79 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Babylon

Brisbane City

Babylon delivers one of the best bottomless brunches Brisbane has to offer, with a Mediterranean twist. Not only will you be delighted with Babylon’s selection of meze and 1.5-hour mimosa package, but also with the breathtaking river views decorating your backdrop. Enjoy live music and refreshing mimosas as you delve into mouthwatering Mediterranean delicacies. Some of these include pan-fried halloumi, sujuk and tomato pide, fried cauliflower and za’atar bread. All of these pair exceptionally well with a cool mimosa, rounding out your Mediterranean feast.

When: Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 12:30pm.
Cost: $70 per person.
Time limit: 1.5 hours.

Rita’s

Tenerife 

This racy tequila bar aims to spice up the bottomless brunch scene in Brisbane, in more ways than one. If you like tacos and boozy fiestas, then you’ll love Rita’s two hours of unlimited margaritas and all-you-can-eat menu. Devour as many tacos as you desire, while pouring glasses for you and your friends from margarita jugs. Choose from a selection of tastes, from seafood-inspired to vegetarian tacos.

When: Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 5pm.
Cost: $75 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Bottomless brunch at © Rita's
Bottomless brunch at © Rita’s

Brunch With Bite at Cloudland

Cloudland presents Brunch With Bite, bringing a raunchy drag-themed twist to your usual Sunday outings. While two hours of all-you-can-drink mimosas, sangrias, bloody marys and more paired with Italian food is appealing in itself, it’s the entertainment that will warrant your attention. There is always a variety of challenges, games and shows being presented, with prizes to be won weekly. Hosted by some of the most entertaining drag queens in Brisbane, you won’t be bored for even a moment at this risqué bottomless brunch in Brisbane.

When: Sundays from 11am to 3pm.
Cost: $85 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Corbett and Claude

Brisbane City

Take on two hours of free-flowing drinks and delicious food at Corbett and Claude on Elizabeth Street. Share starters with your friends as you experience a selection of cocktails, beers, wines and mocktails. Keep the drinks coming as you get to your mains, your choice of pasta or pizza. Live music and entertainment are always guaranteed, keeping the smiles going in between sips.

When: Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30am to 6pm.
Cost: $69 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Covent Garden  

West End 

Covent Gardens‘ bottomless brunch is every cocktail-loving group’s dream. Enjoy shared cocktails including sangria, gin-based cocktails and spritzes. These pair flawlessly with the chef’s grazing board, a mix of cured meats and cheeses, as well as a range of vegetables, dips and breads. Covent Gardens also stocks over 700+ gins, in case you were planning to stay past the two-hour brunch window. 

When: Sundays  
Cost: $49 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Stratton Bar and Kitchen

Newstead 

Queenslanders love AIX Rosé, which is why Stratton Bar and Kitchen hosts ‘Sundays with your AIX’. Expect tasty bar snacks including dumplings, Korean fried chicken and crispy mushroom bites. AIX Rosé will be the headliner of the brunch, with a 1.5-hour drink package. The amount of bar snacks available will depend on your group size, so the more the merrier at Stratton Bar and Kitchen on Sundays.

When: Sundays at 11am,1pm and 3pm.
Cost: $69 per person.
Time limit: 1.5 hours.

Stratton Bar and Kitchen
© Stratton Bar and Kitchen

Frosé Your Way 

Brisbane City 

Despite its chilly name, Frosé Your Way is hot among the bottomless brunch scene in Brisbane. Whether you’re escaping the heat, have a hankering for sweets or simply looking for a funky new cocktail, the frozen drinks at Frosé Your Way have got you covered. Its two-hour brunch includes a shared menu stacked with tasty finger food, which complements the mouthwatering cocktails exquisitely. Frozen cocktails come with an unlimited amount of lollies and garnishes, making the experience even sweeter.

When: Saturday and Sunday from 2pm.
Cost: $59 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Buns and Bubbles at Yoko 

Brisbane City

Bubbly drinks and wines to get you buzzing are just the start at Yoko’s bottomless brunch. Expect an assortment of Asian-inspired dishes, including edamame, kaarage chicken and roast duck. If opting for the deluxe menu, you will receive select cocktails as well, including mimosa slushies, lychee nigori and yuzu spritz. Set on the river at Brisbane’s Howard Smith Wharves, bottomless brunch at Yoko is a treat on both the stomach and the eyes. 

When: Saturdays from 11:30am to 3pm.
Cost: $85 per person.
Time limit: 1 hour and 45 minutes.

Super Sundays at Chu The Phat

South Brisbane

If Asian fusion mixed with meticulously paired bottomless drinks sounds like your ideal Sunday brunch, then you won’t regret spending it at Chu The Phat. Super Sundays deliver this dish-and-drink combination to perfection, with three entrees and two mains of your choosing. Satisfy your midday cravings with fluffy mung bean pancakes, spring rolls and mouthwatering dumplings. Wash down these fusion favourites with your choice of Aperol spritz, beer or wine – all of which will be free-flowing over a two-hour sitting. Upgrade to Super Sunday Plus for a broader range of beverages. 

When: Sundays from 11am to 3pm.
Cost: $65 per person or $75 per person for upgrade.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Food at Chu The Phat
© Chu The Phat

Southbeach

South Brisbane 

Southbeach hosts one of the most electric bottomless brunches in Brisbane, with live DJs supplying great vibes every Sunday. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to the drink menu, with mimosas, spirits, seltzers and beer being just a few options available. Light meals will also be served, with croissants and fruit being a welcome addition to the two-hour session.

When: Sundays from 10am to 12pm.
Cost: $79 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Summa House

Fortitude Valley

Summa House hosts Pow Wow, a bottomless brunch with a six-piece tapas menu and unlimited drinks. There is both a standard and dietary menu, ensuring full inclusivity for your next brunch. There are two menus, with the deluxe offering a broader range of drink options. The standard menu offers a limited selection of cocktails, wines, sparkling, taps and spirits. By upgrading, you can indulge in all menu cocktails and jugs, close to ten different spirits and taps, as well as an extensive list of wines and sparkling. There is a minimum four-person booking, so be sure to invite your fellow brunch-lovers.

When: Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm.
Cost: $68 per person or $115 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Brewdog

Fortitude Valley 

Saturdays and Sundays at Brewdog tick every box for brunch-lovers. Do your eyes light up at the sight of wings? Perhaps a vegetarian or vegan option tickles your fancy? No matter your dining preferences, all will be enamoured with the Brewdog Brunch Platter. Relish in your choice of wings, tacos and snacks, all tailored to your dietary requirements. Pair your platter with a wide range of 100% carbon-negative beers, along with a range of wines, spirits, cocktails, cider and Brown Snake ginger beer.

When: Saturdays and Sundays.
Cost: $60 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Two friends dining at Brewdog
© Brewdog

Maggie May  

Newstead

Maggie’s Bottomless Brunch at Brisbane’s Maggie May goes above and beyond for its patrons. With vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, no one will be left hungry. Go from pancakes and frittatas to sliders and tempura enoki bao buns, all while enjoying endless drinks from the bar. If you want an even broader range of beverages, you can opt for the deluxe version of the menu. Whether you’re after a light meal, a refreshing mimosa, or both – you will find it all at a table in Maggie May.

When: Saturday and Sunday at 11am or 1pm.
Cost: Standard $85 per person. Deluxe $105 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Industry Beans

Newstead

Many of the bottomless brunches Brisbane hosts are weekly events. Industry Beans is not one of them, but its monthly bottomless brunch is well worth the wait. Three courses of Industry Beans’ brunch menu favourites, from pandan bubble waffles to peanut butter brownies, will already have you waiting for next month’s brunch. The classic package offers a selection of beer, prosecco and mimosas. If you’re feeling extra raunchy, the fancy package also includes Industry Beans’ portfolio of signature cocktails.

When: Last Sunday of every month 
Cost: Standard package $65. Fancy package $85 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Newstead Social

Newstead 

Bottomless brunches in Brisbane are taken very seriously. Brunch at Newstead Social is no exception, with free-flowing drinks and flavoursome dishes being served every weekend. Treat yourself to your choice of pumpkin arancini, chicken sliders, pumpkin Salad, pork ribs or house fries, or perhaps check out the vegetarian options available. If mimosas are your drink of choice, then you’ll be especially pleased on Sundays. The passionfruit mimosas are a true showstopper at Newstead Social’s bottomless brunches, going hand-in-hand with its convivial atmosphere. If not, you will delighted to discover the drinks menu, boasting a seemingly endless array of tap and bottled beers, white, red and pink wine, classic cocktails as well as signature cocktails.

When: Sat and Sun from 12pm. 
Cost: $55 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Mecca Bah

Newstead

Bottomless mojitos with your closest friends on the weekend are a surefire way to refresh after a long week. The jovial bottomless brunches at Mecca Bah promise this and more, with a vast selection of wines, spritz’s, beers and mojitos that will have the whole table buzzing and laughing. You won’t be leaving peckish either, as you will be treated with wings, dips and tasty snacks to fit in between. With groups having to be a minimum of six people, you are guaranteed two hours of good vibes and great company at Mecca Bah.

When: Friday To Sunday, 11:30pm to 3pm.
Cost: $99 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Stanley

Howard Smith Wharves

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, a promotion or simply just a happy Sunday, all are worth clinking champagne glasses to at Stanley. Take in sweeping river views coupled with elegant decor as you probe Stanley’s Cantonese-inspired menu, boasting sophisticated dishes of yum-cha to satisfy every craving. You will have a choice of two menus, the Classic Yum Cha and Champagne Package, or the Premium Yum Cha and Champagne Package. The latter includes a much more extensive variety of dishes, while both offer two hours of bottomless champagne that will have your tastebuds tingling. 

When: Every Sunday 11:30am-3pm.
Cost: Standard package $150 per person. Premium package $188 per person
Time limit: 2 hours.

Madame Wu

Brisbane City

Sunday Best is Madame Wu’s weekly bottomless brunch, providing patrons with a flurry of fruity cocktails and earthy wines to sip over a two-hour sitting. Partner your glass with Madame Wu’s banquet menu, where you will find a mixture of seafood and finger food. Whether you have a succinct flavour or are keen to mix and match, you will be pleasantly surprised on Sundays at Madame Wu.

When: Sundays, 12pm to 2.30pm and 5.30pm to 8pm.
Cost: $80 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

View from Madame Wu
© Madame Wu

Más Tapas y Sangria at Olé

South Bank

Step into the heart of Spain at Olé for two hours of classic Spanish dishes over a six-course menu and free-flowing drinks. Más Tapas y Sangria promises an authentic Spanish experience, while also being one of the best bottomless brunches in Brisbane. Transport your tastebuds to Madrid with Olé’s extensive banquet, which includes tasty appetisers, daily-special croquetas, and deliciously marinated lamb skewers and wagyu strips. Cool down from the eruption of spices with a frozen margarita, or perhaps a spritz to wash down your dish. With such an overwhelming amount of tastes and flavours to choose from, you will be certain to be shouting olé as your next round of drinks is served. 

When: Saturdays and Sundays, from 11:30am.
Cost: $85 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Karaoke Brunch at Claw BBQ

Bowen Hills

One of the freshest additions to the bottomless brunch scene in Brisbane is the Karaoke Brunch at Claw. Embrace the flamboyant atmosphere with a cocktail in one hand and a blow-up microphone in the other. Enjoy the mellifluous sounds of your favourite 90’s tunes, while you take on two hours of endless cocktails, wines and beers. While intended for sharing, Claw’s five-course menu will have you battling with your pals for the last Ren and Stimpy taco; one of Claw BBQ’s signature dishes. Be greeted with a thirst-quenching frozen margarita on arrival, while groups of eight-plus will be rewarded with a special cocktail or beer-garita. 

When: Saturdays from 1pm to 3pm.
Cost: $69 per person.
Time limit: 2 hours.

Trombas and Tacos at Muchos Mexicano

South Bank

Everyone loves a weekend fiesta, including the assiduous brunch connoisseurs at Muchos Mexicanos. From 11am on weekends, you and your friends can quench your thirst and fill your bellies with the Trombas and Tacos bottomless brunch. Explore the fruit-flavoured sensations of Riot Wine Spritz, the cooling Frozen Tromba Tommy’s Margaritas or a refreshing sip of Estrella Damm. Be prepared for a feast as well, with a barrage of tacos, seafood, croquettes and snacks exploring every flavour palette. 

When: Saturdays and Sundays from 11am.
Cost: $85 per person.

Bottomless brunch at Mucho Mexicano
© Mucho Mexicano