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9 Bottomless Brunches to Try in Nottingham

6 September 19 words: Emily Owen

Haven't you heard? These days, brunch ain't brunch if ain't following your fry-up with as many glasses of bubbles as your body can handle. Here's our pick of the best in Notts...

If you still refuse to believe that ‘brunch’ is a proper meal, this mid-morning dining experience is the one for you. Offering the innovative “brunch pie”, it’s the perfect spot for the brunching cynic. As if this wasn’t enough to puff your pastry, the deal also includes unlimited prosecco, selected cocktails and the specially brewed “Pie P. A”. And you won’t believe your pies – it’s just twenty quid per person.

The Hockley Arts Club
If it’s a meat, cheese and bubbles fest you’re after, this bottomless brunch with a continental twist may just tickle your pickle. Boasting an artisan menu of charcuterie boards packed with lavish nibbles, this is a great alternative to your stereotypical brunch. It’s a little on the pricier side at £35 per person, but with ninety minutes to indulge, you’ll probably want to skip dinner too. Become a fully-fledged member of the (Brunch) Club and spend your Saturday in salami heaven – there’s a vegan board available too, so no ‘egg’scuses! (Sorry)

Las Iguanas
It’s not just us Brits that love to brunch – give it a go Latin American style?! With enticing empanadas and heavenly huevos rancheros to snap for the gram, your tastebuds won’t know what’s hit ‘em. What’s more, you’ve got a whole two hours to sit back, relax and enjoy the unlimited bubbles and beer on offer. Making it a full-day affair? They’ve even added a selection of desserts to indulge on at a small extra cost. With a weekend of bottomless Brazilian flavour on offer, you ain’t got an excuse to miss it.

Brewhouse and Kitchen
They may be known for their on-site microbrewery, but this bottomless brunch is anything but small. Live it up large this brunch-time with savoury classics from the Full English to avocado on sourdough toast, or treat your sweet-er tooth with a selection of tasty brioche buns. One thing that is small is the price tag – at £19 per person for a ninety-minute sitting with unlimited prosecco or B&K brewed beer, this one won’t go bacon the bank. With an array of seasonal and unique craft beers on offer however, you might want to stay a bit longer…

All Bar One
Pitching themselves as the “only way to brunch”, it seems this ultimate dining experience guarantees to put a smile on that resting brunch face. Live your zest life with unlimited mimosas and two hours to dig in to the sweet and savoury delights on offer. It’s fun-day Sunday until 2pm at All Bar One, so get together for a bubbly breakfast with friends. The offer is reservation only, so book within plenty of time and get it in the diary.

Forget the early risers, this bottomless option is for those who love a good weekend lie-in. Starting from 12pm, it would be rude not to, right? With a two-course meal and unlimited pints or prosecco on offer for £30 per person, this one is certainly worth getting up for. Whether it be risotto or ribs, there’s no better time to switch up your Sunday roast.

Running from 9am – 5pm every week, Copper’s Sunday Brunch is a wicked choice for a tipsy weekend catchup. The food menu is huge – choose from six different types of egg, American style pancakes, a simple bacon sarnie and all the regular breakfast classics – and you get unlimited prosecco to top it all off too. For just twenty quid plus your food choice, it’s a no brainer.

The Alchemist
As a venue known for doing something a little extra, it’s no surprise that the Alchemist’s Boundless Balearic Brunch strays a little outside of the usual. Not a bottle of prosecco in sight, your tipples of choice are a rose sangria, aperol spritz, blackberry and mint “supersonic” G&T or a pink grapefruit “citrus” G&T. Ooo-er. Price wise, you’re looking at three drinks and a brunch dish for £25, or £35 for the full bottomless treatment.

Revolucion De Cuba
Spice things up with a trip to Revs de Cuba for no-end of Bloody Mary’s, prosecco, pints of Mahou or classic mojitos. The food menu also boasts summat a little different, with a Cuban twist on all the classics – we’re talking Cubano Benedict and Baked Beet Tortillas. Plus, the interior of the place makes for some banging insta pics. Run every Saturday and Sunday, it ain’t bad for 25 quid.

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