Who doesn’t love bottomless brunch, right? It has everything you could want. Unlimited drinks, yummy food, and the opportunity for some cute Instagram pics. Bottomless brunch has got so popular in recent years that there are now so many great ones around these days. But this means it can be really hard to pick which one you want to go to.
Obviously, you could just make your way around all of them, but if you’re looking for a special bottomless brunch in Nottingham and need help choosing one, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up the best of the bunch and brought them to you in this list. So keep reading and before you know it, you’ll be ready to book your bottomless brunch in Nottingham!
This article is written by Faraway Lucy writer, Lola Sherwin.
1. Pitcher & Piano
Address: The Unitarian Church, High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN
Phone number: 0115 958 6081
Price: £28 per person
Pitcher & Piano not only does an unreal bottomless brunch, but it’s also located in one of the most beautiful buildings in Nottingham. Housed in an old church, the high ceilings and gorgeous décor make this bar the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion. And it’s great for getting good photos too!
It’s the most stunning setting, and whether you’re celebrating a birthday, going on a date, or just having a bottomless brunch for the sake of it, you can be sure to be impressed by the offerings at Pitcher & Piano! Their bottomless brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday until 6 pm and is pretty reasonably priced at £28 per person.
Dishes include a Brunch Burger and a Mushroom Madame amongst other mouth-watering offerings. And you can wash it all down with a choice of Aperol Spritz, prosecco, bellinis, mimosas or pints of Amstel. Great pics and yummy food? Sign us up!
2. The Hockley Arts Club
Address: 20 Carlton St, Nottingham NG1 1NN
Phone number: 0115 786 0293
Price: £34.95 per person
The Hockley Arts Club have put a fun twist on bottomless brunch, offering bottomless afternoon tea instead! It’s a bit pricier at £34.95 per person or £19.95 for the alcohol-free version, but I reckon it’s worth it for the treats they offer as part of it.
As well as your afternoon tea, you’ll be served their Peach Iced Tea cocktail and will be able to indulge in bottomless prosecco for 90 minutes. The menu is pretty extensive, and they have full afternoon tea menus for veggies, vegans and gluten-free people too, which is great.
Plus, The Hockley Arts Club is another of Nottingham’s most aesthetically pleasing venues, with funky décor and three different floors for you to wonder at. It’s available every Saturday and Sunday between midday and 6 pm. But there are limited spaces available so be sure to get booked in. You don’t want to miss out on this one!
3. The Alchemist
Address: 11 King St, Nottingham NG1 2AY
Phone number: 0115 950 9416
Price: £35 per person
The Alchemist is a fun place to go no matter the occasion, and bottomless brunch is no exception. The lavish décor and chemistry-themed cocktails are what the bar became so popular for, and the bottomless brunch lives up to The Alchemist’s strong reputation. They call it boundless brunch here, and it’s easily one of the best bottomless brunches in Nottingham.
The theme of this fab brunch is Murder on the Dancefloor, and they play funky disco music for you to enjoy while you have your brunch. It’s priced at £25 for a brunch dish plus three cocktails, or you can make the cocktails bottomless for 90 minutes for £35 – worth spending the extra tenner if you ask me. Each of the four cocktails available is made with Chambord liqueur. So if fruity berry cocktails are your thing, then head on down to The Alchemist for your boozy brunch.
Address: 57 Long Row W, Nottingham NG1 6JB
Phone number: 0115 824 6600
Price: £20 per person
I bet you weren’t expecting to see a pie restaurant on the list, were you? If brunch isn’t really your thing but you still want to be able to enjoy bottomless drinks, then maybe Pieminister’s bottomless brunch is the perfect choice for you.
They have four brunch pie options, including two veggie choices and one vegan option, so there’s something for everyone! How great does a brunch pie sound? For just £20, you’ll get a brunch pie with sides as well as unlimited prosecco, pints of Pie P.A., mimosas and Aperol Spritz for 90 minutes. For that price, you’d be mad not to try it out!
5. Copper Café
Address: 27-33 Market St, Nottingham NG1 6HX
Phone number: 0115 985 9304
Price: Brunch + £15 for bottomless drinks per person
The bottomless brunch at Copper is perfect for everyone, whether you’re an early riser or a late starter. It runs every Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm, so you can go at any time on your lazy Sunday! When you buy a brunch dish, you can add bottomless drinks for just £15 per person, making it one of the more reasonable prices on this list.
Their brunch menu is huge too and features dishes ranging from Colombian Eggs to Kedgeree, to a simple Sausage Sarnie. So no matter how hungry you are, you’re sure to find something for you on the menu. Copper City is literally smacked bang in the city centre, right next to the theatre, so it’s in a great location too. You can pop in before a day of shopping if that’s what takes your fancy!
6. Das Kino
Address: 2fz, 22 Fletcher Gate, Nottingham NG1 2FZ
Phone number: 0115 786 0292
Price: £39.95 per person
Das Kino’s Now That’s What I Call Brunch! experience is one of the most fun-filled bottomless brunches in Nottingham. They call it the ultimate bottomless brunch, and it’s pretty easy to see why. There’s live entertainment, which includes a drag queen bingo special, all to a backdrop of “the best and worst music from the last 30 years”, according to their website.
Even better, the brunch food is sourdough pizza, and you can eat as much of it as you want! You also get unlimited prosecco and disco cocktails included in the price. Need I go on? At £39.95, it’s one of the more expensive bottomless brunches in Nottingham. But given everything you get with it and the quality entertainment they provide, I’d argue that it’s well worth the price, especially if you’re out for a special occasion. They take bookings of up to 60 people, so round up your mates and get celebrating!
7. Las Iguanas
Address: 4, Chapel Quarter Chapel Bar, Nottingham NG1 6JS
Phone number: 0115 671 2596
Price: £24.95 per person
If you fancy adding a bit of a Latin twist to your bottomless brunch experience, then Las Iguanas is here to help. For £24.95 per person, you get a starter, main and unlimited prosecco or draught beer. If you want to upgrade to bottomless caipirinhas and mojitos, it’s just £5 extra per person.
Starters include Latin classics like nachos and quesadillas, and the mains feature delicious dishes such as breakfast burritos and burgers. You get two hours on this brunch as well, so plenty of time to enjoy your food in peace.
It’s available from Friday to Sunday, so get booked in and enjoy this Latin-inspired bottomless brunch with your pals. You can pretend you’re on holiday too with the beachy tunes that play in the background, so that makes it even better!
8. Revolución de Cuba
Address: 26-28 Market St, Nottingham NG1 6HW
Phone number: 0115 871 5735
Price: £20 per person
Another one for the Latin lovers! Revs de Cuba runs a few bottomless brunch slots every day of the week, and they often have a deal on that makes it cheaper for students too. The price changes by time slot here, but it starts at just £20 per person, and goes up to £30 per person, so it’s not bad at all really.
There are six brunch dishes to choose from and seven drink options including daiquiris and prosecco among others, so there’s a fair amount of choice for such a good price. Revs de Cuba is in a really nice building too, and the music provides great vibes for you to enjoy while you dig into your brunch.
9. All Bar One
Address: Unit 3, Weekday Cross, Nottingham NG1 2GB
Phone number: 0115 950 1911
Price: £30 per person
For a classy but chilled bottomless brunch in Nottingham, head on down to All Bar One for one of their 90-minute bottomless brunch slots. They offer their yummy bottomless brunch every day until 2 pm, so there’s plenty of time for you to get booked in. Drinks-wise, you’ll be getting prosecco, Bloody Marys and mimosas. Food-wise, you can expect brunch classics such as sweet Belgian waffles, and more substantial dishes like their delicious BBQ chicken, bacon and cheese melt.
At £30, it’s well in line with the rest of the offerings’ available prices. Plus, the atmosphere at All Bar One is always great, so I’m certain you’ll have a fab time if you pick here.
10. Slug & Lettuce
Address: 49 Long Row, Nottingham NG1 6JB
Phone number: 0115 947 3334
Price: £28 per person
At £28 per person, this sits among some of the cheaper options on the list. They also offer the option of upgrading to selected dishes from the main menu for just £5 each, so if brunch dishes aren’t really your thing then maybe this is an option for you.
Slug & Lettuce is immensely popular across the country for good reason. And a large part of that reason is that it’s always got a buzzing atmosphere and fun tunes playing for you to sing along to. Their bottomless brunch offers sweet and savoury options, with plenty of veggie choices available too. The brunch slots run for two hours, so longer than many others which only clock in at 90 minutes. This means you can get even more bang for your buck!
11. Brewhouse & Kitchen
Address: Trent Bridge, Nottingham NG2 2GS
Phone number: 0115 986 7960
Price: £16 per person
A venue with an on-site microbrewery may not be your first thought when it comes to bottomless brunch. And to be fair, this one isn’t so much a bottomless brunch as it is a moist brunch. But it’s still a pretty decent offering.
You can order three brunch dishes out of a brunch burger, veggie breakfast and full English, and you get half a bottle of prosecco with it for £16. Not bad at all really for three dishes and half a bottle of fizz. Especially considering the brunch dishes alone should be between £6.95 and £7.95 each, so it’s a bargain if you think about it.
If you want more to drink (which, if you’re looking for bottomless brunch in Nottingham, you probably do), then why not just buy a couple of extra bottles of prosecco or get a few pints in? It’ll probably still work out cheaper than bottomless brunch for three would! Brewhouse & Kitchen is located by the river too, so it’s a great place to have a relaxed brunch with a view.
So, we’ve given you a rundown of the best bottomless brunches in Nottingham. There’s everything from burritos to afternoon tea on this list. So you can be pretty positive you’ll find something for you! Have a peek at the menus offered by each one if you’re still struggling to choose, so you can compare the food and drink available and see which suits your taste best.
My personal favourite spots for bottomless brunch in Nottingham are Pieminister and The Hockley Arts Club as I think they offer the most unique experiences. But all of them are well worth a try! Get your glad rags on, round up your friends and get booked in for a bottomless brunch in Nottingham that you won’t forget. And the good news is, with this many options, you’ll be able to keep going back for more bottomless brunches every weekend for about three months if that’s what you want to do!