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20 places serving bottomless brunch in Manchester

5 months ago

Updated for autumn 2023

It’s important to note from the get-go that we’re playing fast and loose with the term “brunch” here. The trained individual will spot a few intruders on our list. Pizza isn’t usually reserved for brunch we know – unless it’s the remnants of last night’s takeaway – but you’re just going to have to go with it.

Besides, the most important part, the “bottomless” part, is what we’re all here for, right?

Get stuck into classic brunches of the poached egg variety at BLVD, pancakes with pistachio and hazelnut cream at Sicilian NQ, or pair your mimosa with mango salad and okra fries at Zouk.

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  • Bottomless brunch at Almost Famous
    Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Almost Famous Great Northern

    Restaurant - American

    Almost Famous Manchester Great Northern is a local legend. It’s OTT in every way. It’s brash, bold and doesn’t seem to care about pissing people off. None of that attention-grabbing means a thing if the burgers aren’t worth the hype. But they are. Almost Famous is the original dirty burger guru and it is by far the best.

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  • Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Atlas Bar

    Restaurant - Bar

    Atlas Bar is known as one of the originals of Manchester’s modern cafe-bar scene. And for its extensive collection of gins – over 570 varieties and counting.

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  • party time at Banyan Spinningfields Manchester
    Manchester City Centre

    Banyan | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Global

    Banyan in Manchester’s Corn Exchange has something for everyone and one of the best outdoor drinking and dining spots in the city.

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  • Food at BLVD in Manchester city centre
    Book Now Spinningfields

    BLVD

    Restaurant - Global

    BLVD is the place to go if you want cool cocktails and a party atmosphere with your meal. It’s a place to get glammed up, to see and be seen with a soundtrack of House, R&B and Hip Hop to go with your Mediterranean small plates.

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  • Bottomless brunch at Brewdog Doghouse in Manchester
    Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Brewdog DogHouse Bar & Rooftop

    Restaurant - American

    There are two ways to eat at the Doghouse, at the ground floor BrewDog Bar or upstairs on the rooftop. Take your pick from everything from “monster burgers” to buffalo hot-wings, but whichever you choose, BrewDog’s Doghouse is a beer lover’s dream.

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  • Bottomless brunch at Elnecot in Ancoats, Manchester.
    Ancoats

    Elnecot

    Restaurant - European

    Named after the first recorded name for Ancoats, Elnecot (meaning ‘lonely cottages’) takes its influence from historical cooking methods with lots of fermenting, a little foraging and a few nose-to-tail dishes.

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    The Firehouse

    Restaurant - Global

    Found in the former E & A Auto Services garage depot on Swan Street, Firehouse is the sister restaurant to Ramona’s Detroit-style pizzeria. Promoting “Wild. Slow. Days.” the Firehouse is part restaurant, part bar and part performance venue where tables are available to book for dinner and “after dark drinking”. The space is open and airy with a real laid-back feel. White shutters, bleached brick and glitter balls hanging from the high ceiling complete the chilled out party ambience.

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  • A cocktail at Fitzgeralds, a bar in Manchester's Northern Quarter
    Northern Quarter

    The Fitzgerald

    Bars

    The Fitzgerald, appropriately enough, channels those Great Gatsby vibes with its vintage stylings, and its 1920s glassware sets off the cocktails beautifully.

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  • Fress, Manchester, Northern Quarter, Brunch
    Northern Quarter

    Fress

    Restaurant - Global

    Established in 2017 in what was then the outer reaches of the Northern Quarter, Fress remains resplendent in chic black-and-white tiles with splashes of shiny gold, although the culinary focus has shifted from fancy à la carte evenings to fun all day.

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  • Steak at Gaucho
    Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Gaucho Manchester

    Restaurant - South American

    For many people, Argentinian restaurant Gaucho Manchester is the destination in the city for very good steak paired with very good wine. Housed in a converted Methodist church on Deansgate, with an open kitchen, and the original church organ still in-situ, it’s also known as one of Manchester’s best-looking spaces for dining.

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  • Book Now Manchester City Centre

    Gusto Italian Manchester

    Restaurant - Italian

    Gusto Italian Manchester may be the jewel in ever-expanding chain’s crown, even if the menu is the same everywhere from Heswall to Edinburgh. It’s a very polished affair with a definite Art Deco feel. This is a place that seems designed for good times and the service is slick.

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  • Menagerie Manchester Brunch
    Manchester

    Ménagerie

    Restaurant - Global

    Let’s get this party started… but not without lining your stomach first, fun fans. With tapas-style dishes for sharing as well as more substantial sit-down dinners, along with signature cocktails “designed to inspire”, Ménagerie is an immersive dining and drinking experience.

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  • exterior of on the hush manchester church street northern quarter
    Northern Quarter

    On the Hush

    Restaurant - Bar

    The Northern Quarter has never been short of Instagrammable spots with its litany of graffitied walls and shop fronts but bar and cafe, On the Hush, has taken the style inside its doors, bringing a mix of pretty floral drapery and inner-city spray-painted style to its interior.

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    The Pen & Pencil

    Restaurant - Global

    Whatever level of hunger you’re anticipating, you’ll not have a rumbling tum for long next time you head on up to the Northern Quarter, with the host of all-day eating options on offer at The Pen & Pencil ranging from light bites to proper sit-down dinners.

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  • The terrace at Ramona Manchester
    Ancoats

    Ramona

    Restaurant - Italian

    Predominantly a pizzeria, Ramona incorporates a bakery, margarita bar, coffee counter, stage and Firehouse restaurant, and is found in the rollershuttered ex-E & A Auto Services garage depot on Swan Street, complete with a tree-lined forecourt, now the campfire beer garden.

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  • A gelato croissant at Sicilian NQ - a recommended place for ice cream in Manchester
    Book Now Northern Quarter

    Sicilian NQ

    Restaurant - Italian

    Based in the Northern Quarter, this friendly neighbourhood bistro and bar is the place to avanti if it’s a taste of traditional Sicily you fancy – from authentic street food snacks through big plates of pasta to desserts and holiday memory gelato, eat in or take away.

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  • Christmas party at Sixes Social Cricket in the Corn Exchange, Manchester.
    Manchester City Centre

    Sixes Social Cricket | Corn Exchange

    Activities

    Sixes Social Cricket opened in the Corn Exchange in August 2021, bringing a different kind of sporting experience to Manchester City Centre. Already a popular concept down south, Manchester might not be quite as bowled over with Cricket as it is with football, but don’t let that stop you.

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  • Pad Krapow Khai at Tampopo Thai Restaurant Manchester Corn Exchange
    Manchester City Centre

    Tampopo | Corn Exchange

    Restaurant - Pan Asian

    The second of their city centre venues, Tampopo Manchester Corn Exchange has the same wok-fresh East Asian menu as its older sister on Albert Square, but with a bigger, more style-led setting. Think statement lighting and tiles, splashes of bright colour, and low-lit individual tables instead of the shared bench seating of the original.

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  • Brunch cocktails at Trove Levenshulme.
    Book Now Levenshulme

    Trove Levenshulme

    Bakeries

    Trove Levenshulme has been going strong since 2011. The main draw is its fantastic bread, which forms the basis for its breakfast menu.

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  • Brunch at Wowyauchow in Altrincham
    Altrincham

    WowYauChow

    Restaurant - Chinese

    WowYauChow is a ‘British Chinese’ from accountant turned restaurateur Henry Yau which has become a firm favourite in Alty. The food is east meets west: Chinese classics with a contemporary British slant, served as small plates to encourage sharing, tasting and hopefully less waste.

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  • Lamb Laziz at Zouk, Manchester
    Book Now Oxford Road

    Zouk

    Restaurant - Indian subcontinent

    Zouk specialises in ‘apna’ – home-style cooking shot through with colour and heat from the spices and herbs. In recent years it has incorporated elements of global street food to its menu (Lahori wagyu sliders for example) but the main focus is still the authentic Indian and Pakistani cooking that made Zouk a success.

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