Having lived in Brighton for most of our lives and both loving a good drink, it was only a matter of time before myself and Raquel would attempt to take on every bottomless brunch in Brighton!

We have listed all of the best options available to you that we will happily put our names behind. All have been tested in person (of course), so read on for our list of the best boozy brunches in Brighton.

Gamestars Drag Brunch

If you want some entertainment with your drinks then this is the boozy brunch for you! With a drag & cabaret show, the host will walk everyone through a number of TV gameshow games and challenges.

Ideal for hen weekends and birthday parties, this event runs every Saturday at 12 midday till around 3:30pm, with the bottomless brunch lasting 90 minutes.

You will have time to eat your meal and drink copious amounts of alcohol before the show starts at 1pm. If someone in the group isn’t a drinker, that’s not a worry as they can spend £7.50 less and get the non-alcohol version.

Food Options

  • Eggs benedict
  • Eggs Florentine
  • Smashed avocado on sourdough toast
  • Miso roasted mushrooms and Mediterranean vegetables
  • The Big Brunch Bun (what I opted for and loved)

Taking place at the Walrus, you’re guaranteed high quality food (this pub is well recognised for having one of the best Sunday Roasts in Brighton).

  • Date: Every Saturday, between 12-3:30pm
  • Length: 90 Minutes bottomless, 3.3 hour event
  • Price: £46 per person
  • Drinks: Unlimited prosecco, beer or cider
  • Food: Breakfast

Bella Italia

While most boozy brunches are focused on breakfast options, Bella Italia have stuck with what they know best, serving up unlimited pizza!

If you just fancy yourself some food, you can opt for unlimited pizza at £10, with an extra £15 for the unlimited prosecco. They had five pizza options available, highlighted below:

  • Margherita: Tomato, mozzarella and basil
  • Cotto: Smoked ham, garlic mushrooms and mozzarella on a tomato base
  • Pepperoni Piccante: Italian pepperoni, fresh green chilli and mozzarella on a tomato base
  • Pollo Vesuvio: Spicy pulled chicken, roast peppers, onion, fresh green chilli and mozzarella on a fiery tomato sauce base
  • Campagna: Goat’s cheese, peppers, onion, mozzarella and pine nuts, finished with rocket and a balsamic glaze

Our favourite was certainly the pepperoni picante, but we do love a good pepperoni pizza! If you like, you can also add some sides for a little extra, including fries, sweet potato fries or a mixed salad. They even offer this deal to kids at a discounted price (that’s for the unlimited pizza, not the prosecco).

The staff are incredibly friendly and will help guide you through the pizza options and encourage you to eat as much as you like. They’re also keeping a close eye on your glass, so you’re not left waiting for a top-up.

  • Date: Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, between 12-5pm
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Price: £25 per person
  • Drinks: Unlimited prosecco
  • Food: Pizza

The Breakfast Club

Also nicely named as ‘Toasted’ (I see what you did there), the Breakfast Club offers an amazing bottomless brunch option in the heart of Brighton. The service was incredibly quick, despite there being a good few tables occupied, with everyone looking extremely happy as you look around.

While you enter through the main floor, the upstairs is purely dedicated to people who are booking a bottomless brunch event, therefore the staff understand you’re all after the same thing and are ready with drinks in hand.

The middle floor is for people making normal restaurant bookings, while the downstairs is where the toilets are, which consists of quite a large number of private unisex cubicles, meaning me and Raquel never once had to queue for the toilets.

We both have a very similar taste in food, so we both opted for the disco hash, which consists of fried egg, mojo picon, hot harissa cheese sauce, pink pickled onions, jalapenos, pickled red cabbage, chimichurri, spring onion and coriander, on crispy homestyle potatoes.

I was initially tempted by this option thanks to Chimichurri, which I loved eating while in Argentina, but we were both amazed at how nice this dish was. Obviously, we know most might opt for a ‘full monty’ English breakfast, but we wanted to try something different and we’re so glad we did.

A QR code is placed on the table, which you can use to find the menu on your phone, where there are plenty of options, catering to various diets and tastes.

The décor is funky, staff are incredibly quick and friendly, the environment is lively and happy while the food tastes amazing, what more could you ask for?

  • Date: Every Saturday, between 3-5pm
  • Length: 2 hours
  • Price: £30 per person
  • Drinks: Unlimited prosecco, bucks fizz, beer
  • Food: Breakfast

Las Iguanas

Located on Jubilee street in the heart of Brighton, Las Iguanas has long been known as an interesting option if you’re looking for cocktails.

The décor in Las Iguanas is also incredibly vibrant and lively, with multiple bright colours used throughout the room.

While the £29.95 per person booking gets you prosecco or draught beers, you may want to chip in an extra £5 per person in order to get a selection of 6 cocktails.

These included Mango Collins, Huana Party, Caipiroska, Cuba Libre, Passion Sour Bomb or Strawberry Caipiroska.

Of those options, my favourites were the Huana Party and the Strawberry Caipiroska. I’d not heard of the Huana party before, but it included Beefeater gin, Huana, funkin passion fruit, bottlegreen elderflower and apple.

You can book a table on their website or on Fizzbox, or you can simply walk-in, depending on availability, but I’d generally recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment.

The food actually included a starter as well as a main, which I liked, as it offers you a cheeky chance to try two dishes from the menu.

The guy serving us was beyond friendly, he tried to help at every possible moment.

  • Date: Sunday-Friday 11:00-17:00 and Saturdays 11:00-15:00
  • Length: 1.5 hours
  • Price: £29.95 per person (add £5 for cocktails)
  • Drinks: Unlimited prosecco or draught beer
  • Food: Latin food

I hope you found this list useful! I will potentially add to this list over time as I test out new and exciting bottomless brunch options in Brighton.


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