12 best bottomless brunch spots in Melbourne

Bottomless brunch means serious business in Melbourne. It seems as though restaurants on almost every corner are offering a boozy brunch. Each is putting 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.

Morris House

Nothing says brunch like bottomless drinks and bagels. That’s exactly what you’ll find at Morris House’s Bagel Brunch, with no shortage of good vibes and great company. Dive into a freshly made bagel board loaded with mouthwatering classics such as smoked salmon, dill crème cheese, pastrami, pickles and more. Couple this with an endless selection of drinks, including a Morris House Bellini on arrival, and you have got yourself a truly boozy Saturday brunch.

Where: 120 Exhibition St, Melbourne

When: 11:30am to 1:30pm on Saturdays.

The offer: Enjoy two hours of an endless selection of drinks starting from 11:30am, for $89 per person.


Stepping into BangPop is like entering the city of Bangkok, with a bottomless brunch drawing inspiration from the city’s flavours. Enjoy a vast selection of free-flowing cocktails, wines, beers and mocktails for non-alcoholic drinkers. This funky Thailand-inspired brunch will also have you drooling with its delicious menu. From Gai Ping to Thai curry platters, each dish is packed with flavour. There are vegetarian options as well.

Where: 35 S Wharf Promenade, Melbourne 

When: 12:30pm to 2pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.

The offer: Set menu and 90 minutes of bottomless drinks.


Indulge in an elegant (but not too elegant) experience at Trinket‘s Boujee Brunch. Grab your partner, your friends, or simply yourself and take on two hours of free-flowing drinks and delicious food. The fresh ingredients of Trinket will blow your tastebuds away, with caviar bellinis and seasonal terrine being only two of the vast selections of meals offered. The drinks, however, are the true showstoppers. Whether you prefer a refreshingly crisp beer or a sweet-tooth-satisfying cocktail, rest assured your thirst will be quenched this weekend.

Where: 87 Flinders Ln, Melbourne 

When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm to 2pm and 2:30pm to 4:30pm

The offer: Two hours of free-flowing drinks paired with a selection of meals and desserts, $69 per person.

The interior of Trinket
© Trinket


The hidden rooftop bar at Goldilocks is a stunning location for your next bottomless brunch in Melbourne. The menu is inspired by Asian fusion and has options of salt and chilli chicken ribs, spring rolls, vege baos, and a variety of dumpling choices. Wash down your choice of one of these meals, with a free-flowing selection of beers, ciders, wines and cocktails. Your boozy brunch will be complete with friends and family, while you all bask in the gorgeous rooftop scenes.

Where: Level 4, 264 Swanston St, Melbourne 

When: Saturdays and Sundays, 11am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 3:30pm.

The offer: Two hours of bottomless drinks and a choice of one meal from the menu, for $75 per person.


Yakimono produces one of the best bottomless brunches Melbourne has to offer. It hosts the Sip and Setto, a daily 90-minute brunch session. Groups of two or more can enjoy a dynamic range of alcoholic delights, including craft beers, wines and signature cocktails. You will also be greeted with tasty plates of customer favourite foods, to pair with any beverage of your choosing. Its Japanese theme celebrates Japan’s culture and traditions, truly transporting you into their world.

Where: 80 Collins St, Melbourne 

When: Every day from 12pm.

The offer: 90 minutes of limitless drinking, paired with tasting plates for $66 per person.

The Smith Prahran

Add a little soul to your bottomless brunch with The Smith Prahan‘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 and house beer. Sink your teeth into a Sher Wagyu steak sanga from the Gospel Brunch menu. Or satisfy your sweet tooth with the berry hotcakes, served with vanilla mascarpone, puffed rice and berry puree.

Where: 213-219 High St, Prahran

When: Every Saturday 12pm to 2pm, 3pm to 5pm.

The offer: Unlimited drinks and one brunch item over two hours for $70 per person.

Newmarket Hotel

This Melbourne bottomless brunch has given itself a boozy tag. Round up your friends (and puppies) for a pet-friendly 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: 34 Inkerman St, St Kilda

When: Saturday 3pm to 5pm and Sunday 12pm – 2pm.

The offer: Two hours of bottomless espresso martinis, mimosas, beer and bubbles plus one brunch item for $69 per person.

L-R: @poppyandrocket @newmarketstkilda

Bang Bang RC

A bottomless brunch at Melbourne’s Bang Bang RC 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: 294 Glen Huntly Rd, Elsternwick

When: Every day with booking times of 12pm, 12:15pm and 12:30pm, or 2:15pm, 2:30pm and 2:45pm.

The offer: Two hours of bottomless cocktails, wine, bubbles, beer and a shared selection of snacks for $59 per person.

Bang Bang’s chicken drumettes and Graperol sprits © @bangbanggrc

Evie’s Bar and Diner

Evie’s Bar and Diner is something straight out of the 80s 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 need to fret, as there are options for you, too.

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, frozen margaritas and Aperol spritz to your bottomless drinks for $89.

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Name a better combo than chicken waffles and arcade games © @eviesfitzroy

Bodega Underground

Taqueria and mezcal have been smuggled from Mexico to Bodega Underground in Melbourne’s Chinatown. You’ll drink plenty of tequila with the bottomless mexi-drinks menu. Sip on a salt-rimmed paloma or batanga. Have a sour sip 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 completely carnivore or entirely vegan. The vegan menu has been specially designed so there’s no awkward 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.

Where: 55 Little Bourke St, Melbourne

When: Friday to Sunday 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

The offer: 90 minutes of bottomless mexi-drinks and five courses of food for $75 per person.

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Venture past the neon lights for a Mexican bottomless brunch © @visitmelbourne

Fargo and Co

Fargo and Co promises 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 beefburger and a poke bowl. For those wanting to stay from the usual, they offer a crispy haloumi, roni soy glazed eggplant and burnt pumpkin hummus.

Where: 216 Swan St, Richmond

When: Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm and 3pm for two hours.

The offer: A cocktail on arrival followed by two hours of bottomless prosecco, mimosas, house beer and one brunch item for $75 per person on Saturday and $70 per person on Sunday.

The Old Bae lobster and prawn roll © @fargoandco

The Emerson

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 sparkling wine, Heineken Zero beer and delicious mocktails. The rich menu lets you choose from a multitude of options, ranging from seafood to vegetarian options. 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: 141-145 Commercial Rd, South Yarra

When: Every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 4pm.

The offer: 1.5 hours of bottomless spritz, prosecco, Moscato, tap beers and one brunch item for $95 per person, or two hours for $110 per person.

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Sip on an Aperol spritz and sink your teeth into a cheeseburger © @theemerson_au

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