Bottomless Brunch Newcastle: 36 Best Brunches to Try [2023]


Newcastle is famous for its wild party scene, friendly locals, and addictive Geordie accent.

But a lesser-known gem lies beneath the surface of this wonderful Northern city: bottomless brunch.

And what’s not to love about unlimited drinks and delicious food?

FYI: the answer is nothing.

So grab your pals, grab your coat (Newcastle can get breezy), and hit up the toon’s brunching scene.

Here are the 36 best places to find bottomless brunch in Newcastle!

1. Jam Jar


Address: 88 Osborne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 2AP

Phone number: 0191 281 4224

Price: £30 per person

Nestled within the vibrant borough of Jesmond, Jam Jar is a firm favourite among students and locals alike.

Stay for two hours as you indulge in their Boozy Brunch, which offers unlimited Frizzante, fresh orange juice, and peach juice.

Alternatively, there’s a cheaper £16 Virgin Brunch for those who prefer a non-alcoholic option, which gets you unlimited soft and hot drinks.

Their brunch menu includes all sorts of delights ranging from French toast to a smash bowl to salmon, avocado and eggs.

There’s also an option for a good ol’ fashioned full English – or as the restaurant calls it, the Full on Jesmond.

With a menu this good, it’s hard to choose just one dish, but needs must.

Their industrial, stylish interior décor is sure to set the scene for an unforgettable experience – or forgettable, depending on how many drinks you can handle!

2. Cog and Wheel


Address: Hansen Hotel, 131 Sandyford Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1QR

Phone number: 0191 281 2076

Price: £27.50 per person

Cog and Wheel is one of my favourite places to go for bottomless brunch in Newcastle!

For just £27.50 per person, you’ll be getting any brunch dish and an amazing two hours of bottomless fun.

How generous is that?!

The alcohol on offer is all-you-can-drink Prosecco, pornstar martini, espresso martini, cockteas, Coors, and Aspall.

Similarly, you’ll be getting decent variety when it comes to your food, too.

Pick a classic like a full English or eggs Benedict, or try something a little different, like their veggie hash bowl.

This offer is available Monday to Saturday, giving you plenty of time to join in on the bottomless fun!

3. No. 28


Address: 27-29 Nelson St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5AN

Phone number: 0191 447 5590

Price: From £28 per person

With its botanical, secret garden design, No. 28 is an Instagrammer’s dream.

The bar is located at the top of a hidden staircase situated near the entrance to the delightful Grainger Market on Nelson Street, giving it a feeling of exclusivity.

And luckily for you, their bottomless brunch is just as special as the bar itself!

Get giddy on 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco for £28 per person or upgrade to two hours for an extra fiver.

Surely two hours of bottomless drinks are worth the £33?!

Similarly, you can also add pink Prosecco for an additional £2 per person or Aperol spritz for an extra £4 per person.

Accompanying your drinks will be one tapas dish with patatas bravas, bread and salad for the table.

Tapas options include classics like albondigas, chorizo, and manchego, alongside slightly different dishes like southern fried chicken and black pudding tempura fritters.

I think I’d have to go for the Spanish garlic mushrooms but it all sounds great, really!

4. Twenty Twenty Bar


Address: 5 Bigg Market, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1UN

Phone number: 0191 432 9009

Price: From £28.95 per person

Twenty Twenty‘s bubbly bottomless brunch is wildly popular – and for good reason!

Coming in at £28.95 per person, their brunch gets you giant 20” sharing pizzas and popcorn, washed down with 90 minutes of bottomless booze.

If pizza and popcorn aren’t a winning combination, I’m not sure what is!

Well, how about we throw some bottomless Prosecco, mimosas, bellinis and beer into the mix too?

Now we’re talking!

However, if that isn’t enough for you, you can make yours a boujee brunch by upgrading to bottomless cocktails for an extra tenner.

If Twenty Twenty’s bottomless offer has won you over, you can join them between noon and 4 pm every single day of the week!

5. Point Blank Shooting


Address: Point Blank Shooting, 117 Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5RZ

Phone number: 0333 023 0363

Price: £35 per person

Point Blank Shooting is here to make Sundays as cool as Saturdays with their bottomless shoot-out.

For £35 per person, you get 90 minutes of bottomless prosecco, beer, pizza, and shooting.

Yep, you heard me correctly – that’s as much pizza as you can possibly eat!

They even serve vegan pizza so that no one needs to miss out on the fun.

If you and your friends are the competitive types, then this might just be the perfect bottomless brunch in Newcastle for you!

6. Aveika


Address: Sandhill Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3AF

Phone number: 0191 233 3732

Price: £34.95 per person

Self-proclaimed provider of a ‘unique party day experience’, Aveika goes the extra mile when it comes to bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

Created with inspiration from the Japanese concept of Izakaya, Aveika is a restaurant, late bar, AND club all in one.

The décor certainly reflects this.

When you step foot into Aveika, you’re greeted by a contemporary, sophisticated environment that’s right next to the picturesque Quayside – perfect for that after-brunch stroll (if you can hack it).

Oh, and it has a gigantic, dazzling chandelier as its centrepiece.

But the party doesn’t stop there!

Every Friday to Sunday, you can experience their bottomless brunch which costs £34.95 per person and gets you 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco, soaked up with one of their delicious dishes.

The chefs make modern interpretations of traditional Japanese cuisine including meat, fish, and vegetarian dishes.

Their current veggie option sounds nothing short of dreamy!

7. Howlers


Address: Collingwood Buildings Business Centre, 28-32 Collingwood St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1JF

Phone number: 0191 261 8271

Price: £34.99 per person

Howlers is always a guaranteed good time – and their bottomless brunch is no exception!

Want to attend one of the wildest events in the city?

Then get yourself down to Howlers Bottomless Bonkers Ball which costs £34.99 per person.

This ticket price guarantees you a whole load of fun and amazing value for money.

We’re talking 90 minutes of bottomless booze, a massive pizza slice, and a two-hour immersive show with bingo, crowd karaoke, comedian comperes, and so much more!

Afterwards, you even get to attend the after-show party in Verano where the party continues with live music and some of the city’s best DJs.

However, if someone in your group isn’t drinking don’t worry because they can buy show-only tickets for just £10.

Their events take place between noon and 10:30 pm every Friday and Saturday!

8. ChachaBuchi


Address: Collingwood Buildings Business Centre, 

Phone number: 28-32 Collingwood St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1JF

Price: £24.95 per person

ChachaBuchi‘s daily bottomless brunch takes place in the same place as Howlers’ – and luckily for you, theirs is just as fun, if a little more relaxed!

For the very reasonable price of £24.95 per person, you can join ChachaBuchi for 90 minutes of bottomless drinks and one of their amazing dishes.

And if you visit from 7 pm on Fridays and 5 pm on Saturdays, you’ll also get to listen to some amazing live music.

Isn’t that just amazing value for money?!

The alcohol available as part of the offer is Prosecco, Aperol spritz, espresso martini and pornstar martini, so you’ve got a great selection to try out!

Their brunch menu is slightly more limited but you’ll still get to pick from a slow-cooked pork taco, shredded chicken taco, and garlic mushrooms.

Like Howlers’ brunch, this one also includes free entry to the after-show party in Verano, and who doesn’t want the party to last longer, right?

9. The Brunch Club


Address: Collingwood Buildings Business Centre, 28-32 Collingwood St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1JF

Price: From £39.99 per person

The Brunch Club are famous for hosting some of the best bottomless brunch events in the country – and luckily for you, they make regular appearances in Newcastle too!

The Brunch Club’s home in Newcastle is also Howlers.

(Howlers sure do love a bottomless brunch, don’t they?!)

All their events are themed so you can expect to sing and dance your heart out to all kinds of artists and genres for a whole three hours.

We’re talking Ibiza Classics, Harry Styles, Disney, Abba, Spice Girls, Beyoncé, S Club 7, Lady Gaga, the list goes on…

Dress-up is encouraged so get your themed glad rags on for this one!

Tickets start from £39.99 per person and they are worth every penny as they’re just so much fun.

For that price, you get bottomless drinks for 90 minutes and a delicious brunch dish (veggie and vegan options are available)!

What are you waiting for?

Book in now!

10. Sohe


Address: 97 Osborne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 2TJ

Phone number: 0191 281 8161

Price: £35 per person

Sohe‘s country-chic aesthetic lends itself to a more upmarket bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

Not only this, but the food’s presentation is also second to none.

Guests have 90 minutes to gorge themselves on South East Asian cuisine, including a starter platter of chicken satay, veggie spring rolls, prawn crackers, and salt and chilli squid.

The flavoursome main brunch menu is equally as delicious, with options including delicious curries, a stir fry, and pad Thai.

The alcohol list includes a variety of different drinks from which to pick your poison, including beer, Prosecco, and spritzes.

90 minutes of bottomless drinks and a two-course brunch menu will set you back £35 per person which seems pretty reasonable.

Join Sohe for a boozy brunch from noon to 5 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 1 to 6 pm every Sunday!

11. The Hudson


Address: The County Hotel, Neville St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5DF

Phone number: 0191 247 4044

Price: £39.95 per person

The Hudson is one of those places you’re going to want to head to if you’re looking for a more sophisticated bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

Situated in the historic County Hotel, this elegant cocktail bar seriously looks the part.

Their brunch costs £39.95 per person, which is on the pricier end of the spectrum, but I firmly believe it’s worth every penny.

For this price, you get unlimited Prosecco and an amazing platter or veggie platter that’s second to none.

The main platter is filled with all kinds of delights, including prawns pil pil, chicken skewers, and smoked paprika fries.

Similarly, the veggie platter is a real treat, featuring beauties like a vegetable spring roll, potato tots, and a tempura sweet potato and red pepper.

Alternatively, if Prosecco isn’t your drink of choice, you can opt for a pitcher of a cocktail instead, with your options being summer sangria, Pimms and lemonade, godfather, and watermelon twist.

12. St Vincent


Address: 29 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ

Phone number: 0191 232 1331

Price: £20 per person + plus of brunch dish

Some say that the best way to get rid of a hangover is to keep on drinking.

Been out Saturday night and fancy a hangover cure on Sunday morning?

Then look no further than St Vincent!

A self-proclaimed wine bar “where things are a little different”, St Vincent takes inspiration from neighbourhood bars found during travels in France and Italy.

They source all their food from independent producers, so you can rest assured that when you eat here you’re supporting small businesses.

St Vincent’s Sunday brunch is served from 10 am to 3 pm every week, and it costs just £20 per person to add bottomless Prosecco, bloody Marys, mimosa or bellinis to your brunch!

For your food, choose from an assortment of pastries, “comfy eats”, salads, seafood, waffles, and eggs, so long as it meets the £10 minimum spend requirements.

I think I’d go for the £8 butternut squash, spicy yoghurt, sage and seeds, then add banana and walnut bread on the side to meet the £10 mark!

13. Prima Pizza Pasta


Address: 40-46 Side, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3JA

Phone number: 0191 233 1011

Price: From £35 per person

The place of dreams for carb lovers, Prima Pizza Pasta is situated near the picturesque Quayside on an adorable side street.

Their bottomless brunch starts at £35 per person which gets you a starter platter, main and 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco, and rises to £40 for the same food but with gin instead.

To start, dig into parma ham, mortadella, salami, tomato, mozzarella, chicken liver pate, olives with rosemary, and olive oil pizza focaccia.

How delicious does that all sound?!

As for mains, have your pick from (you guessed it!) a whole load of delicious pizza and pasta dishes.

If I was ordering pizza I’d go for the rigatoni Genovese, or if it was pasta I was in the mood for, I’d be all over the pappardelle stroganoff.

This bottomless brunch is available from noon to 6 pm seven days a week, and is served in either the main restaurant or their third-floor lounge bar!

14. The Hustle NE1


Address: Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5RE

Phone number: 0191 466 1730

Price: £29.95 per person

The Hustle firmly believes that brunch is always a great idea, especially when it comes with a side of Prosecco…

So that’s exactly what they deliver with their fantastic bottomless brunch in Newcastle!

It costs £29.95 per person which gets you three small plates and unlimited drinks for 90 minutes – what’s not to love?!

The drinks included as part of the deal are Prosecco, bellini, and a whole bunch of delicious spritzes.

We’re talking Aperol spritz, melonade spritz, nectarine spritz, JD berry spritz, and chambord spritz!

I’d be straight on the bellini and soak it all up with a katsu chicken bao bun, wild mushroom arancini, and mac and cheese bon bons.

Now that’s a triple threat!

15. Pitcher & Piano


Address: 108 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DX

Phone number: 0115 958 6081

Price: £34 per person

If you’re after a modern and sophisticated brunch experience, look no further than Pitcher & Piano.

A weekend brunching it up on the edge of the iconic River Tyne is a weekend well spent.

The brunch costs £34 per person which gets you any brunch dish and bottomless Prosecco, bellini, mimosa, Aperol spritz or pints of Amstel for a whopping two hours.

Their menu is simple but fantastic with dishes like the breakfast brioche and the baked shakshuka breakfast stealing the show for me!

I think I’d have to order the vegan avocado sourdough and wash it down with mimosa after mimosa.

16. Yolo Townhouse


Address: 14 High Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1EN

Phone number: 0191 230 3002

Price: £26 per person

If bottomless bubbles and bites sounds like your idea of the perfect brunch, then get yourself down to Yolo Townhouse.

Their bottomless brunch is one of the best in the business, costing just £26 per person for 90 minutes of unlimited Prosecco and unlimited plates.

That’s some serious good value for money!

Get ready to dig into some delicious food, such as halloumi fries, panko king prawns, and southern-fried buffalo chicken.

They also have three lots of loaded fries for you to try, including the katsu loaded fries which are basically a dream come true!

Pre-booking is essential for this one so book in advance between noon and 6:30 pm Sunday to Thursday, and noon to 5:30 pm Friday and Saturday.

17. Bella Italia


Address: Greys Quarter, Intu Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7AP

Phone number: 0191 933 8887

Price: £29.45 per person

Love pizza and Prosecco?

Then Bella Italia is calling your name!

For the very reasonable price of £29.45, you can sip (or let’s face it, gulp) away at endless Prosecco and beer, and then soak it all up with two delicious courses from Bella Italia’s epic Italian menu.

The starter menu comprises mozzarella dough bites, tomato bruschetta, mushroom crostini, and meatballs.

For mains, pick from a large selection of pasta and pizzas.

Or if you have a huge sweet tooth, order one of their desserts instead of a starter.

I mean, who can say no to a gelato sandwich, right?!

This offer is available from 11:30 am to 5 pm Friday to Sunday.

18. Castro’s


Address: 3-5 Hood St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6JQ

Phone number: 0191 260 2454

Price: £30 per person

Castro’s brings the flavours of Cuban, Caribbean and Latin American culture to Newcastle – and it has perfected its bottomless brunch too!

It costs £30 per person which gets you 90 minutes of bottomless Prosecco, Amstel, Orchard Pig cider, and Camden pale, as well as two delicious tapas dishes and dessert.

However, if those drinks aren’t taking your fancy, you can upgrade to cocktails for an extra fiver per person.

Worth it for the mojitos, pornstar martinis, rumosas and Cuba libre, surely?!

Their tapas selection is wide-ranging, covering everything from vegan empanada to rum-soaked chicken, so you’re sure to leave Castro’s well-fed, too.

Other menu highlights are the jalapeño bites, spiced mushrooms, and black bean and garlic croquettes!

Finally, for dessert, you’ll get to indulge in some delicious churros, because what better way to end a brunch, after all?!

19. Slug & Lettuce


Address: 30 Grainger St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5JG

Phone number: 0191 261 5989

Price: £30 per person

Slug & Lettuce is known for knowing how to throw a party, and its bottomless brunch is no exception.

It costs just £30 per person which gets you a generous two hours of bottomless booze, soaked up with one delicious brunch dish.

The brunch dishes range from smashed avocado and a full English breakfast to Caprese eggs benny and strawberry daiquiri pancakes.

Luckily, their drinks menu is just as wide-ranging; enjoy Prosecco, mimosa, Aperol spritz, bloody Mary, and pints of Amstel.

You can upgrade your brunch dish for £3 if you fancy it, and if you’re in the mood for pornstar martinis, then you’re in luck because you can get them for an extra £10, too!

Pornstar martinis are always worth the upgrade, in my opinion, and I’d probably upgrade my food too, solely for the plant-based burger.

20. The WonderBar


Address: The Gate, Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5TG

Phone number: 0191 222 1113

Price: From £15 per person

Every Friday night, you can get the weekend started the right way at The WonderBar‘s Friday Fun House.

From 7 to 10 pm every Friday, their Fun House deal not only gets you bottomless booze but bottomless pizza too!

(Now I don’t know about you but that’s how I’d want to spend my Friday night.)

Tickets cost £30 per person but if you book in advance, you can get a 2-4-1 deal on tickets, bringing your ticket to just £15 per person!

Alongside their food and drink offering, you’ll also get to enjoy interactive darts and live music.

What’s not to love?!

21. The Botanist


Address: Monument Mall, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7AL

Phone number: 0191 261 6307

Price: £27.30 per person

Combining stunning visuals with amazing food, The Botanist is famous in the restaurant industry for good reason.

The restaurant brings nature inside – quite literally.

Inside you’ll find an actual tree enclosed by a breathtaking glass dome that allows customers to see the sky, making this a must-visit on sunnier days.

You can add 90 minutes of bottomless drinks to your brunch for just £15.95 per person.

They make for the perfect accompaniment to their tailored-to-you brunch boards which also cost £15.95 per person, bringing the total to £31.90 each.

You get to pick one item from each section to create your perfect brunch, which is amazing!

The sections are ‘From the bakery’, ‘Protein punch’, ‘Hearty’, ‘On the side’, and ‘Sweet treat’ so you’ll get to try a wide array of different foods.

I’d have to go for the sourdough toast, zhoug fried eggs, plant-based Cumberland sausage, acai berry protein smoothie, and Nutella and Biscoff French toast.

For your bottomless drinks, choose between spritz (Aperol, raspberry, blood orange or elderflower), Prosecco, or their house pint.

Bottoms up!

22. Sabas



Phone number: 0191 261 4415

Price: From £35 per person

Sabas is one of my favourite places to go for bottomless brunch in Newcastle because who can say no to a bit of Italian tapas?!

For £35 per person, you’ll get to indulge in 90 sweet minutes of unlimited tapas and Prosecco or house lager.

And if you want to upgrade your brunch to include Aperol spritz, Hugo, and pornstar martini, you can do so for an extra tenner per person.

Their tapas menu includes all sorts, from potato skins and mediterranean vegetable skewers to calamari and beef sliders.

You won’t go hungry at Sabas, that’s for sure!

This bottomless brunch takes place all day Thursday, Friday and Sunday, and between noon and 5 pm on Saturdays.

23. The Alchemist


Address: 5 Grey’s Quarter, Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7AP

Phone number: 0191 261 1112

Price: £35 per person

If exposed lightbulbs, natural tones, and dark ambience are your thing, then you’ll love The Alchemist in Eldon Square.

Their Praise the Rays brunch is an amazing opportunity to get to try a bunch of their amazing drinks as well as one of their yummy brunch dishes.

It takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm and costs just £28 per person.

For this price, you get one brunch dish and three drinks, so this one may not be technically bottomless but it’s amazing all the same.

The cocktails on offer are watermelon sugar (Harry Styles would approve!), peachy keen, breakfast martini, bubblebath, and a classic Aperol spritz.

Luckily, the food is just as delicious, too.

Choose between delights like avocado and squash on toast, a breakfast burrito, and wings and waffles.

However, if a full English, salt beef Benedict or roast squash hash (with either spicy chorizo or halloumi) sounds good to you, you can upgrade to them for an extra fiver.

24. Zarabanda Bing Bing


Address: TWO, Jesmond Three Sixty, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1DB

Phone number: 0191 281 2277

Price: £24.95 per person

Zarabanda Bing Bing will take you on a journey back to 1970s Ibiza where the world’s rich and famous knew how to party hard.

Their bottomless brunch is just as fabulous as their venue, costing just £24.95 per person for your choice of sharing board and 90 minutes of bottomless booze!

As if all this didn’t sound amazing enough, the booze in question is super diverse, ranging from bubbly and beers to wine and cocktails.

The food is equally great – I already have my eye on their specially selected charcuterie board!

If all of this sounds as great to you as it does to me, then join Zarabanda Bing Bing from noon to 9 pm every Thursday to Sunday.

Expect nothing but extravagance and glamour from this bottomless brunch in Newcastle!

25. Turtle Bay


Address: The Gate, 117 Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5RZ

Phone number: 0191 230 4002

Price: From £32 per person

Turtle Bay offers arguably the most diverse cocktail range of any bottomless brunch in Newcastle, as you can choose any cocktail from their regular menu – and you get a whole two hours to enjoy them!

These include traditional cocktails like strawberry daiquiri, or more exotic, Caribbean-inspired beverages including their Jamaican Mule and UB40.

If cocktails don’t do it for you, there’s a choice of mocktails, Red Stripe, Bellini’s, prosecco, and craft beer too!

Unlike the cocktail selection, their brunch menu is limited but has delicious Caribbean options, including their bacon roti wrap and vegan yardbird.

Or, you can upgrade to any main dish for an extra £4.

This menu includes their indulgent Caribbean katsu curry and coconut fried chicken.

Whatever you choose, you know you’re guaranteed some amazing Caribbean-inspired food.

26. 97 & Social


Address: 97 Osborne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 2TJ

Phone number: 0191 281 1358

Price: £29.95 per person

Let me introduce you to 97 & Social‘s Tipsy Tacos Bottomless Brunch!

(If you’re as big a fan of Mexican food as I am, this may well become your new favourite bottomless brunch in Newcastle.)

It costs £29.95 per person which gets you fully loaded nachos and your choice of tacos, served with 90 minutes of unlimited frozen margaritas, rosé sangria, Prosecco, or Sol.

Margaritas are a Mexican classic and they make a fun change from your classic bubbly bottomless brunch!

For your taco filling, choose from masa fried chicken, confit pork belly, Jersey royals, and jackfruit.

While you’re indulging in all this Mexican goodness, the live DJs will be busy providing the soundtrack to your brunch with all the best reggaeton!

If all this sounds great to you, then join in on the Tipsy Tacos fun every Saturday from noon til 4 pm.

27. The Purple Peacock


Address: Degrees North, 55 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6BJ

Phone number: 0191 261 0989

Price: From £25 per person

The Purple Peacock‘s bottomless brunch is all kinds of fun!

Their Drunch (drunken brunch!) package offers 90 minutes of drinking and dining from one of their iconic platters.

But that’s not the best bit!

Your food and booze will be accompanied by endless entertainment in the form of their resident DJ, aerial artists, saxophonists, fire breathers, and so much more.

Their Drunch events tend to be themed, too, only adding to the fun!

Expect all kinds of themes from Mean Girls and Beyoncé to 80s and 90s.

Don’t think you’re compromising on food or drink because of how fun these events are, though; their platters are seriously tasty and they cater to all dietary requirements, whether you’re vegan or gluten-free.

As for alcohol, for £25 you’ll get to enjoy unlimited Prosecco or lager, or for £40 you can get Prosecco, cocktails, and spirits and mixers!

Check out The Purple Peacock’s events calendar and book into one of their events soon – you won’t regret it!

28. Revolution


Address: Collingwood St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1JF

Phone number: 0191 261 8901

Price: From £30 per person

Revolution’s stone exterior makes it look like any other venue in the city centre.

However, when stepping into the bar, visitors are greeted by stone pillars and decorated ceilings that look like they have come straight outta Greece.

The bar is well-known across the UK for being a great place for a party, so it’s no surprise that they do a fantastic bottomless brunch in Newcastle, too.

Prices start from just £30 per person for one brunch dish and two hours of bottomless cocktails, beer and fizz.

However, if you’re feeling extra boujee, you can upgrade to their Premium Bottomless Brunch instead.

An extra £10 per person will get you pornstar martinis and vodka and tonics alongside all the regular drinks!

As for food, you could be enjoying anything from a brunch grill and loaded hash browns to a brunch pizza and avocado on sourdough.

Revolution’s bottomless brunch takes place every Thursday to Sunday between 11 am and 4 pm giving you plenty of chance to book in.

29. Banyan Bar


Address: 3 Monument Mall, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7AL

Phone number: 0191 814 7478

Price: From £29.93 per person

It only takes a look inside Banyan Bar to recognise that it oozes sophistication.

The décor pairs traditional leather furnishing with an injection of brilliant blue, making for a seriously stylish brunching experience.

They not only do a bottomless brunch in Newcastle, but they also have a bottomless supper club!

The brunch option is available every day until 4 pm for £34.95 per person, while the supper is every day from 4 pm and costs £37.95 per person.

Bottomless brunch gets you 90 minutes of free-flowing Prosecco, Coors, bloody Marys, Aperol spritz, Garibaldi, poached pear spritz, strawberry spritz, and apricot and grapefruit fizz.

The supper club offers the same alcohol, with the exception of bloody Marys.

For both options, non-alcoholic cocktails and Prosecco are also available on request.

For brunch, you’ll get to enjoy beauties like vegan breakfast hash and banoffee pancakes; however, you can also upgrade to more indulgent dishes for an extra £5.

Worth it for the onion bhaji wrap, I’d say!

As for dinner, how does an Alpine chicken schnitzel or a roast cauliflower Malayan curry sound?

Whatever you choose, you’re in for an absolute treat because every day is a party at Banyan!

30. Las Iguanas


Address: 62-74 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6AF

Phone number: 0191 933 9199

Price: £29.95 per person

For just under £30, you can get an incredible two hours of unlimited Prosecco, cocktails, and draught beer at Las Iguanas, along with a main course.

Their cocktail list is seriously long so you’re in for a treat here.

We’re talking pornstar rum punch, mango and strawberry spritz, watermelon vodka fizz, mango collins, Cuba libre, huana party, raspberry collins, caipirinha, passion sour bomb, pina colada, long island iced tea, and strawberry caipirinha.

Phew, that’s a lot!

Their food menu is just as diverse, with dishes from Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Cuba and beyond.

Pick your favourite dish and get ready for a Latin American fiesta at Las Iguanas!

This offer is available every single day of the week, until 5 pm on Saturdays and until 7 pm every other day.

31. Hard Rock Cafe


Address: The Guildhall, Sandhill, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3AF

Phone number: 0191 230 3455

Price: From £35 per person

Hard Rock Cafe needs no introduction, but did you know that they have a banging bottomless brunch, too?

It’s available between noon and 4 pm every single day in 90-minute slots, and there are three drinks packages available!

The first is a non-alcoholic option that costs £25 per person, and the second is £35 and gets you Coors Light, Strongbow, Strongbow Dark Fruits, and Prosecco.

Finally, the last gets you all the same drinks as the second package, as well as a selection of cocktails: rock star martini, frozen strawberry daiquiri, bahama mama, ultimate long island iced tea, hurricane, and blackberry sparkling sangria – all for £45 per person.

With all these packages, you also get one main meal to soak up all the alcohol with.

That Moving Mountains burger is calling my name!

32. All Bar One


Address: 51 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6EE

Phone number: 0191 261 8210

Price: £30 per person

All Bar One is up there as one of the best-decorated places to go for bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

Expect gorgeous lighting, hanging greenery and exposed brick walls in abundance!

And luckily for you, their £30 bottomless brunch is just as impressive as their decor.

It runs every day until 4:30 pm, and slots are 90 minutes long, giving you plenty of time to knock back Prosecco, G&Ts, Aperol spritz, or flavoured daiquiri.

In terms of food, you can expect brunch classics like their full breakfast and French toast, as well as more lunch-y items like a cheeseburger and chicken quesadilla.

My favourite items on the menu would have to be the vegan breakfast, and the banana and berry bowl – yum!

All Bar One always get it right, so you won’t be disappointed if you choose to head here for your bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

33. Revolución de Cuba


Address: 1 Cloth Market, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1EE

Phone number: 0191 917 7076

Price: From £20 per person

Fancy getting your brunch on at the self-proclaimed ‘Havana’s heyday’?

Revolución de Cuba runs a bottomless brunch every day of the week until 4 pm, so if you fancy brunching on a Monday, then you can!

Prices for their daytime fiestas start at £35 per person for one delicious brunch dish and 90 minutes of bottomless fun and rise to £45 for an extended selection of food and drink.

Their brunch menu is packed full of amazing brunch dishes with a Latin American twist.

Expect delights like chorizo hash, Cubano benedict, and sweetcorn fritters, alongside classics like a full-grilled breakfast and an avocado brunch.

I think I’d have to go for the breakfast burrito and wash it down with free-flowing strawberry daiquiri.

Other drinks on offer are Disaronno fizz, bloody Mary, pints of Mahou, Prosecco, Aperol spritz, and Spanish shandy.

What a selection!

Get your glad rags on and get down to Revs de Cuba for a cracking bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

34. The Hancock


Address: 2a Hancock St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4PU

Phone number: 0191 281 5653

Price: £25 per person

If you’re looking to do bottomless brunch on a budget, The Hancock has got your back.

Their brunch costs just £25 per person which gets you all-you-can-eat pizza and all-you-can-drink alcohol for a whole 90 minutes.

How generous is that?!

Choose from Prosecco, Mojito, Sex on the Beach, Carling and Guinness for your alcohol, and BBQ chicken supreme, pepperoni, garden party and margherita for your pizza.

However, if you fancy upgrading your drinks to Aperol spritz or Peroni, you can do so for an extra fiver per person.

This brunch is available from noon to 5 pm Thursday and Friday, and from noon to 4 pm Saturday and Sunday!

35. The Old George Inn


Address: Old George Yard, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1EZ

Phone number: 0191 260 3035

Price: From £28 per person

The Old George Inn thinks that brunch is the most important meal of the day.

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

That’s two hours of bottomless prosecco, cocktails, beer and G&Ts, 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!

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, lager and craft beer!

36. Akenside Traders


Address: Dean St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1PQ

Phone number: 0191 260 3175

Price: From £28 per person

Akenside Trader‘s bottomless brunch is identical to that of The Old George Inn’s.

You get the same two-hour all-you-can-drink session and the same delicious brunch menu.

This means you can chow down on beauties like the Melt burger, breakfast wrap, and chicken and bacon waffles.

The same upgrades are also available for this brunch so you can make it as extravagant or as simple as you desire!

Newcastle definitely has its head in the bottomless brunch game, making it a great way to prep for your night out, or simply spend quality time with friends and family.

Whatever your reasons for bottomless brunching, it’s sure to get you feeling like a VIP and make your head a little bit (or a-lotta-bit) fuzzy.

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