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The best spots for bottomless brunch in Liverpool

8 months ago

Chances are you’ve been to a bottomless brunch before but whether you can remember it is a different matter. Which is a shame because there are lots of bottomless brunch places in Liverpool that go all-out when it comes to both the food and the drinks for these weekend morning meet-ups.

From bottomless sangria and tapas at BoBo, to sugar-rimmed cocktails, endless pizza and shootouts at Point Blank Shooting, to breakfast trays and two full hours of getting tipsy at East River, we’ve listed our favourite spots for a boozy bottomless brunch in Liverpool.

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  • Liverpool City Centre

    The Alchemist Liverpool

    Restaurant - Global

    Part of the chain, The Alchemist in Liverpool is settled into a Grade II-listed building in the heart of the financial district, with lots of warm wood, exposed bricks, copper colours and bronze hues. And while base metals don’t magically become gold here, theatre is promised…

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  • Almost Famous Brunch
    Book Now Ropewalks

    Almost Famous Liverpool

    Restaurant - American

    Located in Liverpool city centre’s Ropewalks area, Almost Famous is a burger restaurant with bite. They serve up behemoth burgers, gargantuan sides and killer cocktails in a candy-coated setting. 

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  • Cocktails at BoBo in Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre

    BoBo

    Restaurant - Spanish

    Inspired by summer evenings in the Iberian Peninsula, BoBo brings Spanish and Portuguese drinking and dining culture to Liverpool’s city centre.

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  • Book Now Ropewalks

    The Brunch & Cocktail Club

    Restaurant - Global

    Brunch Club by name, brunch club by nature – and those in the know make sure they book a table; this popular Duke Street joint is somewhere everyone wants to be a part of. Brunch, bottomless brunch and now after brunch, Friday through Sunday it’s also all about the bar.

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  • Book Now Liverpool City Centre

    Castle Street Townhouse

    Restaurant - Modern British

    There’s dining all day every day at chic Castle Street Townhouse, with breakfast and bottomless brunch choices, lunchtime and evening à la carte, and a set price Sunday lunch offering chicken, pork belly, beef and vegan wellington with all the trimmings.

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  • Book Now Ropewalks

    Crazy Pedro’s Liverpool

    Restaurant - American

    Describing itself as a full-time party bar and part-time pizza parlour, Crazy Pedro’s is hot on super-chilled drinks, from frozen margaritas to ice cold beers, and it’s the place to head if you haven’t settled the Hawaiian-pizza-isn’t-a-real-pizza argument.

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  • Book Now Liverpool City Centre

    El Gato Negro Liverpool

    Restaurant - Spanish

    ‘The black cat’ is an upmarket tapas restaurant overlooking the Town Hall and iconic Nelson monument, with heated patio outside and open plan dining and central bar area in. Sister venue to Manchester and originally from Yorkshire, it’s the brainchild of Simon Shaw.

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  • Kids making pizza at Gusto
    Albert Dock

    Gusto Italian Liverpool

    Restaurant - Italian

    With views of the water and a menu that should have something for pretty much everyone, Gusto Liverpool is a busy spot, day and night.

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  • Halloumi fries at Hafla Hafla, a restaurant on Lark Lane in Liverpool.
    Lark Lane

    Hafla Hafla

    Restaurant - Middle Eastern

    Pop-up turned permanent Hafla Hafla brings Middle-Eastern inspired kebabs and small plates to the trendy bohemian drag of Lark Lane. 

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  • Popcorn chicken at Lu Ban - a family friendly restaurant in Liverpool
    Book Now Baltic Triangle

    Lu Ban

    Restaurant - Chinese

    High-end, inventive Tianjin region-inspired cuisine is the name of the game at Lu Ban (named after a Chinese deity and master of craft), and the chic surroundings come up to scratch – just as you’d expect from a place led by executive chef Dave J Critchley of Great British Menu fame.

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  • One of the burgers served at Ma Boyles - a pub and restaurant near Albert Dock in Liverpool city centre.
    Business District (Liverpool)

    Ma Boyles

    Restaurant - Global

    Ma Boyles, a self-described ‘ale house and eatery’, has been around in various guises since the mid 19th century. As such, it’s become a bit of an institution in this part of the city.

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  • Liverpool City Centre

    Mamasan Liverpool

    Restaurant - Pan Asian

    South Asian cookery is on the cards here, or “a vibrant culinary offering”, if you prefer. Three floors are accessed via a floating staircase, with roof terrace for sipping in the sun – cocktails include the Lotus of lemongrass gin, butterfly pea flower, lemon and egg white.

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  • Gin and tonics served at NYL Restaurant and Bar in Liverpool's Aloft hotel.
    Book Now Cavern Quarter

    NYL Restaurant and Bar

    Restaurant - American

    Much of the appeal of NYL Restaurant and Bar is admittedly the setting. You’ll find it in the Aloft hotel in the gorgeous grade 11 listed Royal Assurance Building. With tan leather booths and a sleek Art Deco bar, it’s a glam backdrop for cocktails and G&Ts. 

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  • Pizza Punks Pizzas on Bold Street in Liverpool
    Liverpool City Centre

    Pizza Punks Liverpool

    Restaurant

    Pizza Punks Liverpool brings sourdough anarchy to Bold Street. There’s a joyful glee to the operation but it’s no three-chord wonder. The toppings are varied and well-thought through with quality ingredients belying the scuzzy stylings. San Marzano tomatoes, slow-cooked beef shin ragu, Tuscan sausage and artichokes show this is posh punk playing at low-life living.

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  • Man gaming at Point Blank Shooting
    Cavern Quarter

    Point Blank Shooting Liverpool

    Activities

    Point Blank Shooting is a virtual shooting range and bar. Designed to see if you’re a sharpshooter, the many levels will keep you and your teammates quick on the draw.

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  • Book Now Liverpool City Centre

    The Restaurant Bar & Grill Liverpool

    Restaurant - Global

    With its six foot chandelier and gold leaf ceiling Restaurant Bar & Grill Liverpool is one of the city’s most spectacular dining settings. A £500k refurbishment in 2021 brought to life the original features of this Grade II Listed heritage building. Now it’s one of the most photogenic backdrops in Liverpool, and the food’s not half bad too.

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  • The whimsical Flamingo Room - one of the party suites at The Shankly Hotel in Liverpool
    Book Now Liverpool City Centre

    The Shankly Hotel

    Hotel

    The Shankly Hotel, like its namesake, is one of a kind. Named after Bill Shankly, the charismatic former manager of Liverpool FC, it’s an ode to Liverpudlian style, swagger and individuality.

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  • Business District (Liverpool)

    Tempest on Tithebarn

    Restaurant - Global

    Tempest on Tithebarn is a social space filling your days from early-morning Neighbourhood Coffee and freshly baked pastries and cakes to late-night parties and cocktails. In between, there’s bagels, brunch and lunch by day and burgers and small plates as the sun goes down. 

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