If mimosas before noon accompanied by a plate of eggs benny is your kind of Sunday check out our list of the best bottomless brunches Melbourne has to offer.
This 1907 heritage building that once housed a bank has been transformed into Swan Street’s new hot spot. Nowadays, instead of cash the vault is now filled with liquor, the room is brimming with indoor plants, a chandelier hangs from its ceiling and a rooftop terrace has been added. Replacing bankers there are people ordering a prosecco at 11am, while they enjoy a catch up with friends. Fargo and Co [216 Swan Street, Richmond] hosts its popular bottomless brunch every weekend from 11am to 2pm, where for $55 per person you’ll get unlimited amounts of its Fargo Spritz and an item from the brunch menu.
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Morgan McGlone was a fine dining chef in Nashville when he fell hard for hot chicken. So hard, in fact, that he returned home to Australia and launched a business that solely focused on it along with good wine — something he thought was lacking in our great nation. If this doesn’t already sound good enough, Belles Hot Chicken [150 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy] have also started bottomless brunch, but with a twist. Try your hand at its chicken waffles with a choice of either Bloody Mary or prosecco to help wash it down. It’s a combo that’s said to be a match made in heaven, so give it a try this weekend.
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The Hawthorn Hotel [481 Burwood Road, Hawthorn] is serving up an alternative approach to bottomless brunch. For $45 per person, you and your friends can share a grazing board and a Chambord punch bowl. Now that is brunch that packs a punch — literally. You’ll have the choice between either a sweet or savoury board. The savoury version includes toasted crumpets with toppings like avo, fetta and chilli. On the other hand, the sweet includes a bunch of different treats like Nutella and strawberry waffles for example. Or if you can’t decide, order both between a group of four.
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Come on Barbie lets go party. These may very well be the first words that pop into your head when you enter the House of Lulu White [4 Yarra Street, South Yarra]. The whole place is very LA Barbie — think pink walls and palm trees. It will set you back $35 for bottomless drinks for 90 minutes, with an additional cost for your brekkie choice. The menu’s Korean twist has us excited over the buttermilk fried chicken and waffles with maple nahm prik. Request a longer booking if you want to sit back and let nostalgia take over as the noughties hip hop plays over the speakers. Bottomless brunch is available seven days a week which means it could be in the running for a work gathering — team building, anyone?
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If you’re after something a little more extravagant for your weekend bunch head to Angus & Bon [168 Greville Street, Prahran]. This New York-style steakhouse is stepping up its game with a four-course brunch. For $99 per person you will receive four delicious courses with a drink of your choice. We recommend trying the pineapple and cucumber Collins cocktail. The old Prahran Post Office has been revitalised into the sleek restaurant it is today. Dine in style with dim lighting, dark timbers and wrought iron detailing. You can enjoy this offer on both Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 3pm.
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With the new additions of frose and sangria to the menu, we can’t go pass the New Market Hotel [34 Inkerman Street, St Kilda] as an option for bottomless brunch. If the weather is fine, take a seat in the courtyard and enjoy the sun while you sip on your cocktail. We recommend ordering the popular breakfast classic eggs benedict. It includes poached eggs, grilled leg ham, spinach, English muffins and hollandaise sauce. Two hours will set you back $54 per person, however if you’re organised and book in advance you can lock in a deal and pay $49 instead.
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You guessed it, Beer Deluxe [329 Burwood Road, Hawthorn] doesn’t offer mimosas and espresso martinis at its bottomless brunch. Instead, you can enjoy every craft beer they have available on tap which could make it the perfect spot for brunch with the boys. You can rest easy in the morning and sleep in as this brunch is actually more of a lunch and walk ins are welcome at any time. Every Sunday Beer Deluxe opens their doors from 11am until late for 2 hours of bottomless beer drinking, accompanied by an item from its lunch menu for $50 per person.
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