Can’t stop eating? Now you don’t have to. Heaps of Melbourne’s best restaurants are serving unlimited brunches, lunches and cocktails. Grab your besties and make a date.
Bagel brunch at Morris House, $89 per person
Soar up to the Morris House rooftop for bottomless bevvies, bagels and DJ beats. The DIY bagel boards come loaded with all the classic fixings. Will it be smoked salmon and dill cream cheese, or pastrami with pickles? When the sun is shining, bellinis are essential. They come served with a frosty icy pole dunked inside. If you're still thirsty, knock back bottomless espresso martinis, wine and more. The bagel brunch runs every Saturday from 11.30am to 1.30pm.
Sip and Setto at Yakimono, $66 per person
Feast on flame-grilled perfection at Yakimono's fiery bottomless lunch. The three-course Sip and Setto is loaded with must-try share plates. Think yuzu prawn gyoza, karaage chicken and barbecue corn ribs. As for the sip part? That would be 90 minutes of free-flowing high balls, passionfruit spritz and more. It's available from 12pm to 4pm every weekend.
Boozy Brunch Saturdays at George on Collins, $89 per person
Want your bottomless brunch with a side of live roaming music? Head to the historic George on Collins to feast on sensational Asian fusion cuisine. For $89 you can enjoy three sharing dishes, baos and two hours of unlimited drinks and good vibes. Book a boozy brunch sesh at 12pm, 12.30pm, 1.30pm or 2pm. Try a mimosa or a Chandon spritz. There’s also sparkling wine, grapefruit spritz, house wines and house beer on the menu.
Bottomless Thai brunch, $89 per person
Take a journey to Bangkok with BangPop's bottomless brunch. Sip your way through 90 minutes of free-flowing cocktails while you enjoy a stacked three-course feast. Expect flavour-packed dishes like smoked trout betel leaf, red curry fish cakes and green chicken curry. There's also a meat-free menu with vegan larb, plant-based curries and more. The brunch is available Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Festive Sunday sessions at Victoria, $90 per person
Victoria's bottomless cocktail sessions on the terrace are back, with a festive new menu. Enjoy two-hours of free-flowing Four Pillars cocktails, plus wine and beer from across Victoria. Will it be a jolly spritz, or Santa's nightcap? All the cocktails are made with the pudding-inspired Christmas gin. With roast turkey, potato salad, mince pies and more on the menu, you won't go home hungry.
High G&T at Pilgrim, $75 per person
Pilgrim puts a cheeky twist into the classic high tea with its Gin High Tea. Over two hours, you’ll dine on dainty sweet and savoury bites. Like mini chicken croissants, lamb sausage rolls and prawn toast with pepperberry aioli. Then there’s the drinks. They include three gin-based, tea-inspired cocktails and bottomless sparkling wine and tea. For non-drinkers, there’s a legit tasting alcohol-free gin to sip instead.
Bottomless brunch at The Manse, $77 per person
What's brunch without caffeine? Bottomless brunch at The Manse doesn't stop with free-flowing cocktails, wine and spirits. It also includes bottomless coffee! Head to the stunning heritage building beside Wesley Church for three delicious courses. Think zucchini fritters, steak, buttermilk waffles and more. Or try the vegan menu with roasted cauliflower.
Bottomless brunch Saturdays at Blacksmith Bar & Grill, $75 per person
Seeking good food, booze and stunning views? Dine overlooking the city skyline at Blacksmith Bar & Grill. The luxe restaurant on the seventh floor of Voco Hotel hosts a weekly bottomless brunch celebrating local Victorian produce. Enjoy free-flowing spritzes, wine and beer. Plus plates of kingfish crudo, Korean fried chicken, beef brisket wraps and more.
Three bears boozy brunch at Goldilocks Rooftop Bar, $75 per person
For a boozy brunch that's just right, tiptoe up to Goldilocks Rooftop. Picture this: two hours of free-flowing beer, wine, cider and a selection of cocktails. There's espresso martinis, spritzes and the 'run Goldie run', made with gin and marmalade (yep, Paddington's favourite). The menu is Asian fusion. You'll be feasting on dumplings, bao buns and chicken ribs until the bears come home. It's available every weekend at 11am and 1.30pm.
Boujee bottomless brunch at Trinket, $69 per person
Oh Trinket – that fabulous Flinders Lane cocktail bar. Head along on weekends for a boujee brunch date, with two-hours of bottomless cocktail jugs. Think vodka and passionfruit, elderflower gin or blood orange and tequila blends. Plus free-flowing sparkling, wine or beer, paired with a selection of the most popular menu items. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available.
Bomba’s bottomless lunch, $80 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. Enjoy snacks like manchego cheese croquettas, braised beef and crispy potatoes. Try the Bomba bellini with strawberry, or stick to sangria. Beer and wines are also on offer.
Sangria Saturday at Mejico, from $79 per person
Mejico is a Mexican food lover’s happy place. And there’s even more to love every weekend with Sangria Saturdays. Team bottomless sangria with the fabulous ‘feed me’ menus. The $79 spread includes tacos, guac, jalapeno poppers, tostadas and more. Book a table between 12pm and 4pm on any Saturday and enjoy.
Boozy long lunch at Hemingway's Wine Room, $129 per person
Fine dining and free-flowing wine, together at last. Every Saturday at Hemingway's you can feast on a sumptuous three-course meal, complemented by two hours of bottomless wine from the deluxe pouring list. Feeling extra indulgent? Add on a few treats from the roaming cheese trolley.
Saturday bottomless lunch at Asado, $90 per person
Make it a meal to remember with a Saturday bottomless lunch at Asado. The hand-picked menu of signature dishes is paired with bottomless beer, wine and sangria for two hours. Sample best-sellers like the cult-status empanadas, free range chicken and iconic dulce de leche alfajor biscuits.
Mexi-brunch at Bodega Underground, $75 per person
Tacos, Mexican mimosas, micheladas and churros are all included in Bodega Underground's Mexi-brunch. In the basement of the Crossley Hotel is a Mexican feast oasis. For a 90 minute session indulge in five dishes and bottomless drinks. Available Friday, Saturday and Sunday, bookings required.
Boozy Bottomless Brunch at Soul Soul, $79 per person
Hidden gem Soul Soul cafe offers a 90-minute boozy brunch you don't want to miss. Tucked away in Carlton, enjoy any meal from the Korean fusion menu and bottomless drinks. Try the crowd favourite soft shell crab bao buns, yuzu eggs benny or the stacked French toast with fresh fruit.
All you can eat Korean at BBQ King, $39.90 per person
Wear your stretchiest pants, you'll need them at BBQ King. Sample everything you could want on the barbecue, or go for the lunch buffet for only $39.90. Try crowd favourites like soybean stew, spicy rice cakes, and kimchi pancakes. With an enormous variety of meats, seafood and desserts. You'll be rolling out the door. Bring a little extra coin for cocktails, beer or soju.
Bottomless Brunch Cruise on the Yarra
Be taken on a journey down the Yarra River on the Brunch Afloat cruise courtesy of Melbourne River Cruises. Enjoy views of Melbourne’s endless stream of riverfront sights and cityscapes, on this two-hour brunch cruise. Pair your brunch spread with a bottomless selection of premium beer, wine, prosecco and of course, mimosas.
Bottomless pizzas and spritzes at Riverland Bar, $65 per person
Gather your pals for two hours of free-flowing spritz and bottomless pizzas at Riverland Bar. The menu is stacked with five pizzas and three spritz flavours to wash it all down. Start with the prosciutto and San Marzano with a ruby red grapefruit tipple. And try the mushroom and truffle pizza with a classic Aperol spritz. There's a few of veggie options including creamy pumpkin and honey. Available on Saturday and Sunday with sittings from 12pm to 3pm, book now.
Tapas and gin tonicas at Crossley St Cantina, $69 per person
The sounds, sights and flavours of Spanish culture fill this Melbourne laneway every weekend for Crossley St Cantina's bottomless brunch. From Friday to Sunday between 12pm and 5pm you can enjoy 90 minutes of Spanish share plates and all-you-can-drink. There's sangria of course, and gin tonicas, the Spanish version of a G&T. Plus beer, wine and cocktails. Sip with a wide range of garnishes while you graze on a five-plate selection of the chef's favourite dishes. Book now.
These gigantic gin-filled cocktail dispensers will definitely see you through your meal in style.
Ring for negronis at Tippy-Tay, from $94
Step through the colourful tiled doorway hidden inside Garden State, and land in a playful Italian dinner party. Look for the doorbells dotted around Tippy-Tay and ring to order your own personal negroni fountain for the table. The iconic Italian cocktail comes in all sizes. You could order it by the glass, but where's the fun in that? Choose a 500ml, 1L or 1.5L fountain and sip while you feast on antipasti and plates piled high with pasta.
Bar Bambi's giant negroni fountain, $250 to $2200
Late-night lounge Bar Bambi is filling the Cherry Bar–shaped hole on AC/DC Lane with live music, Italian dining and excellent cocktails. If you want to take your next party to glamourous new heights, pre-order the negroni fountain. Reminiscent of vintage absinthe fountains, the glowing red cocktail will last the entire night. Not ready to commit? There's also a 1L carafe for $250.
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Last updated on Tue 30 Jan 2024
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