If you’re looking for something fun to do over the weekend, why not head out for a bottomless brunch. This scrumptious way to start the day combines delicious brunch delights with alcoholic beverages, which usually involves sparkling wine and mimosas.
If you’re in Sydney there’s a range of venues to choose from, each with their own unique perspective on what a bottomless brunch should be. So, without further ado, here are 10 of the best places to enjoy a bottomless brunch in Sydney.
Located on the corner of William St and Darlinghurst Rd, 169 Darlinghurst is a stylish venue that features large art pieces by local painter George Raftopoulos. The standard bottomless brunch includes pastries and a choice from their Brunch Select options. There’s also a more substantial package available if you want a larger menu. For drinks, you’ll get free flow mimosas, espresso martinis, bloody Mary’s and sparkling wine. If you’re booking the brunch for a special occasion, you can choose to hold it in their secluded garden space for total privacy.
If you’re a margarita lover then this is the brunch for you! As well as serving authentic Guadalajara-style cuisine, La Farmacia is known for their incredible range of margaritas. Their bottomless brunch includes 90 minutes of bottomless margaritas, mixed spirits, wine, and Mexican beer. This is served alongside a set menu which includes four different styles of tacos, corn chips with salsa, and churros with dulce de leche.
If you love tacos, head down to Sonora for a bottomless brunch with a delicious Mexican twist. Located in Potts Point, the restaurant’s name and menu is inspired by Sonora, a coastal region of Mexico that is all about the tacos. Their bottomless brunch menu includes unlimited tacos, salsa, classic margaritas, Tecate beer and house rosé. There are 5 varieties of taco to enjoy including slow cooked lamb, roasted cauliflower, grilled barramundi, and Sonoran-style steak.
Located in the heart of Potts Point is where you will find Bloody Mary’s Gazebo. With a large open air seating area, this is a vibrant and colourful dining establishment. They do bottomless brunch a little differently – you pay for the bottomless drinks and order the food off the standard menu. There are three different drink options to choose from; for $55 you can get bottomless mimosas or their signature Bloody Mary’s, and for $69 you can have bottomless sparkling wine.
Hidden in the heart of Kings Cross is a secluded garden and courtyard that is home to the Silly Tart Kitchen. The seasonal brunch menu is centred around sustainably sourced produce and Australian cuisine. It is served share plate style and the chefs are happy to accommodate dietary requirements. The bottomless drinks include premium cocktails such as an Elderflower Gin Spritz. Sparkling wine and tap beer are also available.
Housed in a heritage townhouse, Dead Ringer is all about combining Modern Australian cuisine with bold flavours, European inspired cooking techniques and friendly Mediterranean hospitality. The set menu share platters feature a range of different dishes including house baked focaccia, cured salmon, puff pastry slow roasted chicken and baked ricotta tart. If you need to, the platters can be modified to suit dietary requirements.
Located on bustling Burke Street is Beast & Co, a European restaurant with a modern twist. The food is all about using local produce and modern cooking techniques to create dishes that are inspired by the traditional recipes of the owners’ grandparents. Their bottomless brunch is a share platter affair, with a range of entrees and a choice of two main meals. You can also add desert for $14 and there’s a vegan menu available. The bottomless drinks include beer, mimosas and four different house wines, as well as mocktails and fresh juice. If you’re feeling it, you can also upgrade to add bottomless margaritas to the menu.
At Bartolo you can experience a bottomless brunch through a fine dining lens. You’ll begin the experience with their bespoke spritz on arrival, then delve into a three course, Italian inspired meal that features seafood, pasta, and their signature snacks. The bottomless drinks menu is filled with wines from Veneto, Provence, Riverland, Sicily, and Barossa. At the end of the meal, you’ll also have the option to add an espresso martini for an additional $15.
Housed in their heritage listed courtyard, the Since I Left You (SILY) bottomless brunch is aimed towards big groups of 15 to 35 people. You’ll have exclusive use of the space which you can decorate if it’s a special occasion, and a private cook and bartender are included. There are many different drinks to choose from including Aperol spritzes, mimosas, juice, and house beer, wine, and prosecco. The set menu includes two starters, a choice of mains and dessert.
If you want to experience something different, Nour is a classically elegant establishment that serves Lebanese flavours in an innovative way. The brunch menu includes five different dishes, and you’ll have the ability to order add-ons such as fresh Sydney rock oysters and grilled Mooloolaba scallops. There are two bottomless drinks packages available: cocktails and the more expensive premium collection. The cocktail menu includes espresso martinis, French rose and Persian spritz, while the premium collection includes all of the cocktail menu, plus Negroni, Tommy’s margarita and NV Prosecco Loggia Dry.