Bottomless Brunch Dundee: 5 Best Brunches to Try [2024]


Dundee is a cool and cultural coastal city with loads to do.

One of the very best things to do here is to go out for a bottomless brunch with your girls (or guys!) at the weekend.

Unfortunately, Scotland has some tight laws around whether bars and restaurants can serve bottomless booze.

But everyone knows that Scots know how to drink, and the people of Dundee are no exception!

Luckily for you, there are a few places in Dundee where you can indulge in a banging bottomless brunch, including ones with live DJs and bottomless pizza.

How fun!

So if you’re ready to get boozy, have a scroll through this list to pick out your new favourite bottomless brunch in Dundee.

1. Brewdog


Address: Ground Floor, Chamber Building, Panmure St, Dundee DD1 1ED

Phone number: 01382 221738

Price: £30 per person

If your idea of a great bottomless brunch is one that serves craft beer instead of cocktails, then look no further than BrewDog.

Their bottomless brunch takes place until 4 pm every Saturday and costs £30 per person.

For this price, you get to enjoy one delicious pizza and 90 minutes of bottomless pints of Punk IPA, Punk AF, or glasses of Prosecco.

They have an amazing nine pizzas on the menu, with highlights being the King of Pigs, Pop-Up Pecorino, and the Halloumi.

Vegans need not miss out on the fun either as there’s a ridiculously tasty Vegan Spicy Meaty pizza that’s topped with Temple of Seitan strips and lots of other deliciousness.

Top tip: level up your pizzas with a crust dip!

From marinara and BBQ to garlic mayo and basil aioli, these delicious dips will make their already very tasty pizzas even tastier.

And when washed down with Punk IPA?

Well, you’re onto a winner with this one!

2. The Braes


Address: 14-18 Perth Rd, Dundee DD1 4LN

Phone number: 01382 226344

Price: From £28 per person

The Braes thinks that brunch is the most important meal of the day.

And based on that logic, they’ve made their boozy brunch available every single day of the week!

That’s two hours of ‘bottomless’ Prosecco, cocktails, and beer, coupled with one of their yummy brunch dishes, for a mere £28 per person.

Wallet-friendly as well as fun, that’s what we like to see!

Unfortunately, drinks are limited to six per person during the two-hour session but that’s still enough to get you sufficiently boozy.

Their brunch menu features lots of great dishes, including smashed avo crumpets, sweet-a-bisc waffles, and a mex-melt quesadilla.

They also have all the classics such as a full English, burgers, and even pizzas.

However, if you’re looking for something extra tasty, why not upgrade to one of their premium burgers or pizzas or bottomless wings for an extra fiver?

Similarly, you can level up your drinks for a £5 supplement, too.

This will get you a wider array of G&Ts, cocktails, lagers, and craft beer!

3. 3 Session Street


Address: 1st floor, 3 Session St, Dundee DD1 5DN

Price: £20 per person

£20 for unlimited pizza and margaritas?

Sign me up!

Yep, that’s right, you can go bottomless on margheritas and margaritas every Friday night from 10 am to 1 pm at 3 Session Street.

Now that’s a late-night ‘brunch’!

However, luckily for you, the generous team behind 3 Session Street offer more than just margheritas when it comes to their pizza.

Instead, you’ll get to indulge in a wide variety of pizza slices, including a pumpkin and beetroot pizza for any vegans in the house!

Other menu highlights are the crispy duck and caramelised onion chutney pizza, and the smoked BBQ meatfeast pizza.

Basically, whatever your taste in pizza, they’ll probably make it here.

And of course, it’s even tastier when you get to enjoy margarita after margarita!

3 Session Street always brings the good drinks, good vibes, and good times, and their bottomless brunch is no exception, so get on down there this Friday night.

4. Forgan’s Broughty Ferry


Address: 234 Brook St, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 2AH

Phone number: 01382 735870

Price: £25.99 per person

Bottomless brunch isn’t a weekly affair at Forgan’s Broughty Ferry but when it does roll around, it sure makes up for lost time!

They only serve quality Scottish produce-led food and drinks so you know that theirs is a brunch worth waiting for.

It typically costs £25.99 per person and for this, you get to enjoy live music from a DJ, a selection of brunch dishes, and some tasty Prosecco, mimosa, and bloody Marys!

What’s not to love?!

Their brunch menu features classics like a normal and vegan fry-up, alongside sweet treats like churros waffles and American pancakes.

And that’s not to forget their avocado on toast with grilled halloumi which truly is the stuff of dreams!

Whatever you’re in the mood for, Forgan’s Broughty Ferry’s short but sweet menu is sure to impress.

So if this bottomless brunch in Dundee sounds as good to you as it does to me, then keep an eye out on their Facebook page for their next event!

5. Vandal & Co


Address: 22-26 Exchange St, Dundee DD1 3DL

Phone number: 07359 073171

Price: £19.50 per person

Vandal & Co is a vibrant eatery situated on Exchange St that serves creative small plates and bites.

Like all places in Scotland, their Bottom’s Up Brunch isn’t technically bottomless but that doesn’t make it any less fantastic! 

They serve it from noon to 4 pm Friday to Sunday and it costs £19.50 which is great value for money.

For that, you get any of their delicious brunch dishes, served with two signature cocktails or glasses of fizz.

There are an amazing ten cocktails for you to choose from and they’re all completely delicious.

I’d recommend the Alabama Wet Wipe (Bacardi Oro, Amaretto, Crème De Mure, orange, and lime) and the French Tickler (Bombay Bramble, crème de mure, pineapple, and bubbles).

But whatever you order, you’re in for a treat!

Their brunch menu is equally impressive and features brunch classics, alongside more innovative dishes.

Stand-out dishes are the Boss Chicken (thick cut French toast, panko chicken, and katsu mayo) and the Veg On! (vegan sausage, chilli beans, beetroot hummus, avocado, spinach, and sourdough).

Vandal & Co’s Bottom’s Up Brunch is popular with locals for good reason, and you’ll quickly understand why once you’ve tried it for yourself!


So there you have it: my complete round-up of the five best places to go for bottomless brunch in Dundee!

While Scotland doesn’t allow its brunches to technically be bottomless, these ones are so good that I’m sure you won’t mind.

Pick out the bottomless brunch in Dundee that most catches your eye and get ready for some (somewhat) free-flowing fun!

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