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. What’s not to love about unlimited drinks and delicious food? The answer is nothing. FYI – the food is often not unlimited. But let’s be honest, the food isn’t the sole reason that bottomless brunch is one of the best indoor activities in Newcastle. So grab your pals, grab your coat (Newcastle can get breezy), and hit up the toon’s brunching scene. Here are the 19 best places to find bottomless brunch in Newcastle!
This article is written by Faraway Lucy writer, Alice Mason.
1. Jam Jar
Address: 88 Osborne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 2AP
Phone number: 0191 281 4224
Price: £16 per person for a virgin brunch, and £28 per person for a boozy brunch
Nestled within the vibrant borough of Jesmond, Jam Jar is a firm favourite among students and locals alike.
Stay for a maximum of two hours as you indulge in their ‘Boozy Brunch’, which offers unlimited prosecco with a mix and match of Bellinis and mimosas.
There’s a ‘Virgin Brunch’ for those who prefer a non-alcoholic option, which boasts an unlimited soft drink menu.
Their brunch menu includes dishes ranging from salmon, avocado and eggs to French sweet and savoury toast. 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 (cries).
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.
Bookings must be made 24 hours in advance to avoid the soul-crushing disappointment of not getting a table.
2. No. 28
Address: 27-29 Nelson St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5AN
Phone number: 0191 447 5590
Price: £28 per person
No. 28 is an Instagrammer’s dream with its botanical, secret garden-esque design. There’s a perfect balance of exposed brick and wonderfully moody lighting, creating a vintage-chic interior.
And the secrets don’t stop there. 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.
Get giddy on two hours’ worth of dining and unlimited wining (or more specifically, prosecco-ing).
The food comes from Zucchini pasta bar, another local business that provides the ultimate comfort food in the form of delicious lasagne, ravioli, and spaghetti dishes.
Not a pasta fan? No worries. The menu also includes beef shin, their Sloppy Joe hotdog with chicken wings, and meatball or fried chicken sandwiches. Yum.
Oh, and did we mention it’s award-winning, too?
3. Sale Pepe
Address: 115 St George’s Terrace, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 2DN
Phone number: 0191 281 1431
Price: £25 per person
Sale Pepe is the master of the homely pasta dish. The family-run business is situated a little outside of the city centre, in student hot-spot Jesmond.
The Italian eatery has the option of a variety of different (yet equally delicious) pizza, pasta, or risotto dishes to choose from.
The “bottomless” aspect comes in the form of unlimited prosecco, which can be enjoyed for two hours. A match made in heaven? Definitely.
Enjoy all this in a welcoming and homely environment.
Address: Sandhill Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3AF NE1 3HE
Phone number: 0191 233 3732
Price: £40 per person
Self-proclaimed provider of a ‘unique party day experience’, Aveika goes the extra mile when it comes to bottomless brunch in Newcastle.
While this is reflected in Aveika being one of the pricier options on the list, it’s worth every single penny. 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 with 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. The restaurant has live performances from sax players and percussionists, complete with Aveika dancers and a courtyard bouncy castle. Yep, you read that right.
Pair your bottomless prosecco with one of their dishes. The chefs make modern interpretations of traditional Japanese cuisine including meat, fish, and vegetarian dishes. AND IT HAS DESSERT.
After all this, there’s a seating area with exposed wooden beams and fairy lights to unwind after a long, hard day of eating and drinking. Due to high demand and limited seating, booking in advance is a must.
Address: 97 Osborne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 2TJ
Phone number: 0191 281 8161
Price: £30.95 per person
Another Jesmond gem, Sohe offers a country-chic aesthetic.
Modern, geometric patterns line the floor and ceiling, contrasted with wooden-effect beams and a feature wall to create an enticing and clean eating environment. Not only this, but the food’s presentation is also second to none.
Guests have ninety minutes to gorge themselves on South East Asian cuisine, including a starter platter of chicken satay, veggie springs rolls, prawn crackers, and salt and chilli squid.
The flavoursome main brunch menu is equally as delicious, with options including delicious curries, a tofu and broccoli stir fry, and Vermicelli (a noodle dish).
The alcohol list includes a variety of different drinks from which to pick your poison, including beer and prosecco. Booking a slot is essential if you want to grab a table at this Newcastle bottomless brunch hot spot.
6. St Vincent
Address: 29 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DQ
Phone number: 0191 232 1331
Price: £20 per person, plus the price of 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? 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.
All food is sourced from independent producers, so you know that when you eat here you are supporting small businesses.
The bottomless brunch menu consists of all sorts of food, so there’s something here for everyone.
Choose from an assortment of pastries, “comfy eats”, salads and seafood, desserts, waffles, and eggs.
The drinks menu includes Bloody Marys, prosecco, mimosa, and Bellini’s. Enjoy the St Vincent experience surrounded by Industrial modern-chic décor.
7. Prima Pizza Pasta
Address: 40-46 Side, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3JA
Phone number: 0191 233 1011
Price: £30 per person
The place of dreams for carb lovers, Prima Pizza Pasta is situated near the picturesque Quayside on an adorable-looking side street.
It offers unlimited prosecco or Mielikki gin, brewed in the heart of the North, alongside a choice of classic Italian sizzling starters.
After the starter, dig into an array of taste-bud tingling, bougie-sounding mains *chef’s kiss*.
There are not one, but two options for seating. The restaurant is well lit by natural light, complete with pillars decorated with twinkling fairy lights.
The Italian vibes are strong in this area due to its European colour scheme and tiled flooring. Or lounge away with your pals in their brand-new lounge bar.
8. Pitcher & Piano
Address: 108 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3DX
Phone number: 0115 958 6081
Price: £25 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.
As with most brunching eateries, there’s a maximum time limit of two hours. Walk in, get seated, pick your drink of choice (FYI: there’s no mixing and matching drinks here), and get stuck into fantastic food.
The delicious menu makes choosing what to order a hard task. Decide between foods like baked Moroccan breakfast, buttermilk pancakes, a brunch burger, and so much more!
Or if you’re feeling keen for a two-course meal, you can pay a fiver more to have pancakes for dessert on top of your main brunch choice.
And if you’re feeling super cheeky, you can add a side for £3. And there’s no need to fret if you’re vegan or vegetarian, as there are meat and dairy-free alternatives too.
For drinks (undoubtedly the highlight of any bottomless brunch experience), you have the option to choose from prosecco, Bellini’s, and mimosas.
There are alcohol-free drink alternatives if booze isn’t your thing, too. Just make sure to book at least 24 hours in advance to secure that all-important table.
9. Bella Italia
Address: Greys Quarter, Intu Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7AP
Phone number: 0191 933 8887
Price: £25 per person
If, for you, brunch is about bottomless pizza (*drools*) as well as bottomless drinking, then Bella Italia is the bottomless brunch in Newcastle for you.
For a very reasonable price, you can sip (or let’s face it, gulp) away at endless prosecco, and then soak it all up with endless slices of the well-loved Italian dish.
The diverse pizza toppings mean that there’s something here for everyone.
If you think you have room for a side, then you can buy fries or salad for around £4.
All pizzas are handily gluten-free, with vegetarian and vegan options available. Situated in the central Eldon Square, it has a décor that is chilled and colourful.
10. Slug and Lettuce
Address: 30 Grainger St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5JG
Phone number: 0191 261 5989
Price: £28 per person
Slug and Lettuce offer a three-course meal PLUS bottomless drinks for under £30, making this one of the best value places to find bottomless brunch in Newcastle.
Choose from prosecco, mimosas, and Virgin Marys among other fab drinking choices, including non-alcoholic ones.
The starter course consists of a selection of topped hash browns (who doesn’t love a good hash brown?) from which to choose.
Highlights of the main menu include the humble full English, delicious egg-based dishes, and a selection of very Instagrammable pancake dishes, including the very intriguing pornstar pancakes.
Vegan and vegetarian options are of course available. And if you’re more of a lunch than a breakfast person, you’ll be pleased to know that for only an extra £3, you can upgrade your main to things like the southern fried chicken wrap, BBQ rump stead sandwich, and burgers.
Moving onto dessert, there’s an option to choose between churros, brownies, or profiteroles.
This makes Slug and Lettuce one of the most versatile menus in the Newcastle bottomless brunch world. Light, modern décor with exposed wood and stone pillars make this the ideal place to shake off weekday stresses.
If this sounds like your kind of place, you’ll need to pay £10 of the £28 as a deposit when booking your two-hour slot.
11. 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.
The menu gives you the option to choose between prosecco or Aperol Spritz for your bottomless drink. But again, once you choose one you can’t switch to the other.
You’ll have an hour and a half to indulge in your bottomless drink of choice plus one main meal. These mains include dairy-free, vegan, and vegetarian options.
The menu has foods for sweet and savoury people alike. Take your pick from dishes like the full English and its vegan alternative, avocado and egg on toast, pancakes, and a French toastie.
This is a delicious-sounding blend of Nutella and Biscoff as a base with caramelised banana and cinnamon butter on top.
If you fancy a break from your booze-fest, there’s a convenient list of hot drinks. Booking is essential and there’s a six-person-per-table limit.
12. 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.
The high standard of the industrial-esque interior mirrors the high standard of food served here. Plus, its central location makes it easy to get to from public transport, which is a massive bonus.
While the original brunch costs £25, it does not come with “boundless” drinks. Bur fear not, as you can make it bottomless for a mere £10 more, making the overall cost for a 90-minute bottomless brunch £35.
There are four very appetizing and impressive alcoholic drinks to choose from, with no or low alcohol alternatives also available.
For food, it’s dealer’s choice with nine dishes for customers to drool over, including classic breakfast dishes alongside more outgoing brunch dishes.
These include the mouth-watering wings and waffle combo, and salt beef benedict. Simply delicious! Vegetarian and vegan options are available.
13. Turtle Bay
Address: The Gate, 117 Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5RZ
Phone number: 0191 230 4002
Price: £27.50 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.
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 Honey Bunny Yardbird and Curry Goat Hash.
Or, you can upgrade to any main dish for an extra £3.80. This menu includes their indulgent Coconut Buttermilk Fried Chicken and JPA Browned Chicken.
The chain’s Newcastle restaurant encapsulates fun and vibrant street food vibes, with lantern and neon lights, and lots of wooden contrasts.
And of course, there’s a picture of the legendary Bob Marley on the wall.
14. The Purple Peacock
Address: Degrees North, 55 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6BJ
Phone number: 0191 261 0989
Price: From £30 per person
The Purple Peacock is an Instagram hotspot. Situated in the city centre, it’s decorated with on-trend bird cages and of course, a colour palette featuring purple alongside botanical hues.
Their ‘Drunch!’ package offers two hours of drinking and dining from one of their selected platters.
These include delightful dishes such as dumplings, spring rolls, and calamari.
If you’re wanting bottomless Stella or prosecco from 12-2 pm, it’ll cost you £30. If you choose that same time but want to quench up on bottomless Laurent Perrier, it’ll cost you £60.
Or if you’re more of an afternoon bruncher (paradox, no?), from 2 pm until 5 pm you can have prosecco and Stella along with your food package for £40, or splash out £70 for Laurent Perrier.
Address: Collingwood St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1JF
Phone number: 0191 261 8901
Price: From £20 per person
Revolution’s stone exterior makes it look like any other venue found in the city centre.
However, when stepping into the bar, visitors are greeted with stone pillars and decorated ceilings that look like they have come straight outta Greece.
As per usual, you have ninety minutes to gorge yourself on great food and unlimited drinks.
Choose from foods like the brunch grill, a fried chicken and bacon waffle, and pizzas. Or, if you’re feeling extra fancy, upgrade your food for a mere £2.50 to one of their delicious burgers.
Wash the tastebud-tingling food down with a choice of cocktails, vodka and tonics, beer, and fizz. With Revolution’s central location and low price, what’s not to love?
16. 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 it a stylish and comfortable brunching experience.
Pick a poison from an extensive alcohol list including the classic brunch options of prosecco and Bloody Marys, alongside trendier options including Garibaldi, poached pear spritz, and orange blush spritz.
The non-alcoholic range is equally as enticing, with a cucumber and apple crush, and a passion fruit and ginger spritz to choose from.
The menu is easily as sophisticated as the décor. Choose from an array of poached egg dishes or their ‘Breakfast Hash’. This dish is one of the most extravagant dishes in the Newcastle brunch-verse, comprising sweet potatoes, avocado, spinach, chorizo, and sautéed bacon.
Banyan Bar states that tasting their food is ‘to indulge’, and they do not hold back on that statement.
For an extra £5, you can upgrade your dish to one from a fantastic dinner range, including chicken schnitzel, steak fries, burgers, and the nourishing ‘Revitalise” bowl.
17. 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 get unlimited prosecco or draught beer at Las Iguanas, along with a starter and main course of Brazilian, Mexican, and Latin American food. Nachos – yes, please!
Or if you’re more of a cocktail person, opt for bottomless cocktails for an extra fiver.
If you’re going on a Sunday to Wednesday, enjoy unlimited cocktails for no extra cost. (Monday bottomless brunch here we come!)
Once you step into Las Iguanas you’re welcomed with an array of bright, refreshing colours and ample lighting, perfect for pictures.
18. 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 on the list of one of the best-decorated places to find bottomless brunch in Newcastle.
The romantic ambience is created through strategically placed lighting and hanging greenery, alongside an exposed brick wall.
You have two hours to make your way through unlimited prosecco, Bloody Marys, or mimosas.
Dishes include egg dishes, the full English, an array of burgers, and a chicken burrito. Booking is essential.
19. Revolucion 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’? Revolucion de Cuba offers Latin-inspired vibes (complete with live music) alongside their tasty signature food.
Here you have ninety minutes to eat one main and drink non-stop servings from a wide selection of classic brunch beverages including cocktails, spritz, or shandy.
With dishes like their Pulled Jackfruit Burrito Bowl and Cubano benedict, their meals are satisfying and refreshingly different.
Prices vary depending on time. Bookings starting at 11/11:30 am are £20pp. If you’re starting at lunch (12-1 pm), expect to pay £25pp, and bookings from 1:30/2 pm cost £30pp.
With low hanging lights and colourful accent furniture, the inside atmosphere is bright and refreshing, much like the food.
Newcastle definitely has its head in the bottomless brunch game, making it a great way to prep for your night out, or to 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.