Bottomless brunch means serious business in Melbourne.
Cafes and restaurants on every corner are offering a boozy brunch. Each are putting on their own unique spin to stand out from the crowd.
We’re talking brunch with gospel singers, theatre shows and arcade games.
We’ve sifted through the mix to find the best prices, longest drinking hours and the most unique offerings.
House of Lulu White
Where: 4 Yarra St, South Yarra
When: Monday – Friday 8am – 1pm, Saturday 8am – 3pm, Sunday 10am – 3pm
The offer: 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails and one meal item for $65 per person OR two hours of bottomless cocktails, eight canapes for $85 per person.
House of Lulu White injects a bit of Malibu flair to the Melbourne bottomless brunch arena. With bright pink walls, palm tree murals and tropical plants House of Lulu White has a very Californian vibe.
The drinks menu has just as much personality. Choose from cocktails such as mimosas, cold brew martinis, rose sangrias Long Lulu ice tea or The Lady Berry.
The Original bottomless brunch lets you pick one menu item. Keep trim with a grilled salmon poke bowl or push your limits with a New York cheeseburger.
If you upgrade to The Deluxe you’ll get to try all eight canapes. Follow up the beef tarte with a cauliflower taco, a panzanella salad and for something sweet a blondie and a meringue kiss.
Where: 177 Toorak Road, South Yarra
When: Monday – Saturday 7:30am – 7pm, Sunday 8am – 3pm
The offer: Two hours of unlimited cocktails including espresso martinis and mimosas for $25 plus the cost of your main meal.
SOS Cafe specialises in organic food. An acai bowl or zucchini fritters make for a guilt-free pairing with your bottomless drinks package.
They also have options for those who just want to go all out. Indulge in the Tiramisu pancakes or the Southern fried chicken burger.
SOS doesn’t just have bottomless drinks at brunch. They’re also available Monday to Saturday until 7pm so you can get in just before the dinner rush.
Did we mention they’re dog-friendly? Bring your furry friend along, no bottomless cocktails for them of course.
The Smith Prahran
Where: 213-219 High St, Prahran
When: Every Saturday 11am-1pm and 2pm – 4pm
The offer: Unlimited drinks and one brunch item over two hours for $60 per person.
Add a little soul to your bottomless brunch with The Smith’s Gospel Brunch. A roaming gospel choir adds an upbeat soundtrack to your brunch.
Enjoy bottomless sips of spritz. Choose from the Aperol, cranberry and vodka, gin or Martini Bianco spritzes. Or opt simply for endless house wine, sparkling, house beer.
Sink your teeth into a Sher Wagyu steak sanga from the Gospel Brunch menu. Satisfy your sweet tooth with the berry hotcakes, served with vanilla mascarpone, puffed rice and berry puree.
Where: 2-8 Bourke St, Melbourne
When: Saturdays 11am – 1pm
The offer: A live theatre show, bottomless spritzes, wine, beer and one brunch item over two hours for $70 per person.
Watch a live performance of popular musicals including Wicked, Frozen and Les Miserables at the Imperial’s Broadway Brunch.
Enjoy show tunes, sun and spritzes on the rooftop terrace. It offers spectacular views of Melbourne city and Melbourne Parliament House.
Our top menu picks are the chorizo baked eggs and the classic smashed avo.
Dinner (or bottomless brunch) and a show make this a stand out Melbourne spot.
Where: 34 Inkerman St, St Kilda
When: Saturday 11am-1pm, 2pm-4pm and Sunday 12pm – 2pm
The offer: Two hours of bottomless espresso martinis, mimosa, beer and bubbles plus one brunch item for $54 per person.
This Melbourne bottomless brunch has given itself a boozy tag. Round up your friends (and puppies) for a Boozy Bottomless Brunch.
We can’t go past the Breakkie Meat Lovers. The indulgent brunch option includes a selection of pork sausage, rostbiff slices, butter roasted potato and honey roasted carrots.
If you’re after something a little more forgiving on the hips the smoked salmon is a much more sensible menu choice.
Where: 1 Pink Alley, Melbourne
When: Saturdays 11am – 4pm
The offer: Two hours of bottomless sangria and tapas-style food starting at $72 per person.
Mejico brings Mexico City to the Melbourne bottomless brunch scene. Enjoy limitless self-poured white, rose or red sangrias.
The venue’s ‘Feed Me’ menu will pack a flavorful punch and leave you busting at the seams. Try the Gippsland lamb or fire-glazed salmon tacos or the jalapeno poppers for a hit of heat.
You can level up from the classic bottomless lunch to the deluxe offering. For $89 per person, the deluxe comes with premium items from the menu plus Mejico’s signature favourites.
Where: 294 Glen Huntly Rd, Elsternwick
When: Saturdays and Sundays 12pm – 2pm and 2:30pm – 4:30pm
The offer: Two hours of bottomless cocktails, wine, bubbles, beer and a shared selection of snacks for $59 per person.
A bottomless brunch at Melbourne’s Bang Bang will transport you to Southeast Asia. The chefs draw from an Indochine pantry to bring you a brunch menu with a twist.
Pick from a selection of shared dishes. You’ll love the chicken drumettes with smoked chilli mayo and fish caramel sauce and the steamed bao buns.
There’s no shortage of variety in the beverage department either. Knock back your preferred wine, pale ale a Graperol spritz or a Bang Bang Mary.
Where: 1 Palmer St, Richmond
When: Saturdays and Sundays 12pm – 2pm and 3pm – 5pm
The offer: Two hours of bottomless drinks and food from a select menu for $69 per person.
JAMU is different from your usual Melbourne bottomless brunch. You won’t find smashed avo toast here. Instead JAMU draws inspiration from Asian streetfood, Malaysian coffee shops and Japan’s izakayas.
Get the vibes and the drinks flowing. The bottomless drinks menu includes prosecco, mimosas, passionfruit spritz, Piney Limey Seltzer and Mountain Goat tap beer. Espresso martinis are $10 on Saturdays and $5 on Sundays during bottomless brunch.
The all you can eat selection is just as tantilising. Eat away at sweet and sour chicken ribs, wonton nachos, pork and cabbage dumplings, tofu rice paper rolls, char siu tacos and triple cooked spiced potato wedges.
If you can’t make brunch, JAMU offer bottomless dinner too. Check it out here.
Evie’s Bar and Diner
Where: 230/232/ Gertrude St, Fitzroy
When: Saturday and Sunday 11am – 3pm
The offer: Two hours of unlimited mimosas, sparkling, wine, beer and cider and one brunch meal for $59. Add espresso martinis and Aperol spritz to your bottomless drinks for $79.
Evie’s Diner is something straight out of the 80s and we mean that in the best way possible. It takes inspiration from the likes of Pulp Fiction and Stranger Things. The neon warehouse is packed with colour, disco decor and arcade games.
The brunch menu matches the retro vibes. It’s got our favourite comfort foods such as red velvet chicken and waffles or french toast with bacon and maple. Vegans don’t fret they’re are options for you too.
Where: 55 Little Bourke St, Melbourne
When: Friday 11:30am – 1pm, Saturday 1:30pm – 3pm, Sunday 3:30pm – 5pm.
The offer: 90 minutes of bottomless mexi-drinks and five courses of food for $69 per person.
The taqueria and mezcal has been smuggled from Mexico to Melbourne’s Chinatown.
Get a tequila hit with the bottomless mexi-drinks menu. Sip on a salt-rimmed paloma or batanga. Keep things tame with a mexi-mimosa that uses guava instead of orange. Or have a crack at michelada a spicy, salty, citrusy, tomatoey beer drink.
The five-course menu can be either completley carnivore or entirely vegan. The vegan menu has been specially desiged so there’s no awkard substitues. All menus are 100 per cent gluten free.
Elote is a must-try at the Melbourne bottomless brunch. It’s smokey street corn with spiced chopotle mayo and queso cotika.
Fargo and Co
Where: 216 Swan St, Richmond
When: Saturdays and Sundays 12pm-1pm and 3pm-5pm
The offer: A cocktail on arrival followed by two hours of bottomless prosecco, mimosas, house beer and one brunch item for $65 per person.
Fargo and Co promise to give you brunch, booze and babes at their bottomless brunch. So round up the crew for a sun-soaked sesh.
Fargo and Co menu offers the staples of a solid Melbourne bottomless brunch including a bacon and egg burger and a ‘social smash avocado’.
For those wanting to stay from the usual, they offer a ‘North Cali flatbread’ with labneh, beetroot, radish, bitter lead mache and black olives. Or we can’t go past the Old Bae lobster and prawn roll with slaw, cajun mayo and hand-cut nori potato crisps.
Where: 141-145 Commercial Rd, South Yarra
When: Every Saturday from 1pm – 3pm
The offer: Two hours of bottomless spritz, prosecco, moscato, tap beers and one brunch item for $69 per person.
Even though bottomless brunch seems to be all about the booze The Emerson offers a generous selection for non-drinkers. They serve free-flowing non-alcoholic sparklin wine, Heneiken Zero beer and delicious mocktails.
The rich menu lets you choose from Southern chicken tenders and fries, a classic cheeseburger or a fried chicken sandwich. Many of the menu items can be made vegetarian.
For a moreish Melbourne bottomless brunch you can’t miss The Emerson. Go one better and enjoy it out on their sun-soaked rooftop.
Where: Shop 11/12 Waterview Walk, Docklands
When: Saturdays and Sundays 11am – 3pm.
The offer: 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails, beer and wine and one brunch item for $55 per person.
Melbourne’s coffee experts have arrived to the bottomless brunch party. Barlog Espresso offers a “leisurely lunch”.
Enjoy eggs your way or a passionfruit pannacotta. We can’t go past the Belly benny, delicious marinated pork belly, pickled cabbage, rocket, poached eggs, hollandaise on a potato rosti.
Pair your main with any of the listed cocktails including the Barlog bramble, vodka lime soda, pink G&T and espresso martinis.