Can’t stop eating? Now you don’t have to. Heaps of Melbourne’s best restaurants are serving unlimited brunches, lunches and cocktails to welcome you back to the city. Read on for our top picks, and see how you can get 20% back on your dining bill.

Get 20% back from your dining bill with Melbourne Money 

Simply spend between $50 and $500 at a restaurant, cafe or bar within the City of Melbourne, then submit your receipt online to claim. Get in quick – it’s only available while funds last. Some terms and conditions apply. Check the Melbourne Money website for more info including details on eligible businesses.

Sangria Saturday at Mejico, from $62 per person

Mejico is a Mexican food lover’s happy place. And there’s even more to love every Saturday from 11am to 4pm with their Sangria Saturdays. They team bottomless sangria with their fabulous ‘feed me’ menu. You can go the classic option which includes tacos, corn ribs, poppers and churros. The deluxe menu ($79) includes additional tableside guac, empanadas and margarita cheesecake. 

Mexican food on a table
Have a foodie feast at Mejico

Bottomless Broadway Brunch at the Imperial, $70 per person

Show tunes on a rooftop with spritzes that never run out? If this sounds like your idea of heaven, make for the Imperial Hotel. They host their Broadway Brunch every Saturday. Your two-hour booking includes bottomless spritzes, wine and beer. Brunch dishes include smashed avo, pavlova hotcakes and chorizo baked eggs. Tuck in to the tune of live music performed by some of Melbourne’s best musical theatre pros.

Fusion feasting at George on Collins, $70 per person

Slip into the iconic surrounds of the George on Collins for a sensational Asian brunch menu. For $70 you can enjoy one item from the food menu and unlimited cocktails. Brunch on steamed dumplings, or a fermented tea leaf salad, while you sip on a cocktail. Try a mimosa, an Aperol Spritz or a zesty Summer Breeze mocktail. There’s also prosecco and house beer on the menu. And extra dishes can be ordered a la carte if you get food envy from your neighbour. 

Plates of food and cocktails on a table
You won't go home hungry from The George

High G&T at Pilgrim, $65 per person

Pilgrim puts a cheeky twist into the classic high tea. Over two hours, you’ll dine on dainty sweet and savoury bites. Then there’s the drinks. They include four gin-based, tea-inspired cocktails and bottomless sparkling wine or tea. For non-drinkers, there’s a legit tasting alcohol-free gin to sip instead. You’ll be seated outside on the heated, enclosed terrace. No Melbourne winter is going to get between you and your bottomless prosecco!

Bottomless pizza and cocktails at Trinket, $49 per person

Oh Trinket – that fabulous Flinders Lane cocktail bar. Head down on a Saturday for a good old fashioned pizza party. We’re talking bottomless pizza and cocktails for just $49 per person. And don’t worry, there are plenty of vegan and vegetarian options to go along with your jug of red tropical sangria. Hang around afterwards and discover their secret Narnia bar.

Pizzas on a wooden table
Bottomless dining at Trinket

Bomba’s weekend lunch, $79 per person

There’s something so quintessentially Melbourne about Bomba. We love the rooftop, moody dining room and top-notch Spanish food. And we especially love the bottomless lunch on weekends. Enjoy snacks like croquettas and corn ribs, a main with sides, and drinks. Try the Bomba Bellini with wine-poached rockmelon, or the Pomelita with grapefruit and yuzu tonic. Beer, cider and wines are also on offer.

Brunch on Southbank at Left Bank, $49 per person

Glam it up at Left Bank with bottomless brunch cocktails, views of the Yarra and the sparkling city skyline. Book in for a two-hour bottomless treat on Saturdays. Choose a favourite meal from the brunch menu, like kingfish sashimi or the avocado goddess salad. Cocktails span from a classic sangria to a rum-based Creamy Captain or an Aperol Blitz.

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