The best brunches to book for summer 2020
17 August 2020, 09:08 | Updated: 27 August 2020, 17:32
We're all excited for our regular weekend boozing to return so here is a guide to the best bottomless brunches across the UK that you can start booking in for ASAP!
It's been a tough and incredibly boring few months for us locked up indoors because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bars, clubs, restaurants, theatres and pretty much every single establishment was forced to shut down but they are finally starting to reopen.
The Government recently announced that pubs and restaurants were allowed to reopen from July 4, which has been incredibly well-received by many across the country.
Here is our guide to where you should book now that lockdown has started to lift...
Brother Marcus (Spitalfields)
If you're after a brunch menu that's something a bit different from your classic eggs on sourdough, pay Brother Marcus a visit.
Their Spitalfields branch is located within Spitalfields SE1 Market, and they offer a range of different menu options alongside bottomless Prosecco for £35.
The place is beautifully decorated, the staff are friendly and the whole restaurant has a great vibe with a live DJ as you dine.
Brickhouse Social (Manchester)
This bright and airy NYC-themed bar and restaurant in Manchester has started things out with a bang as their bottomless brunches have returned with a theme.
They are putting on 80s and 90s-themed brunches that have drink options such as bottomless cocktails (endless purple rains anyone?)
If you're after a real boujee brunch and are someone who enjoys the finer things you might want to pay XR in London's swanky Marylebone a visit.
Located on Thayer Street, XR offers bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday where you can enjoy 150 minutes of free-flowing Moët & Chandon (as well as unlimited Asahi and select cocktails) for just £50pp, alongside your choice of seasonal, organic food.
Deli Cat & Sons
If a simple straightforward menu, great wines and a lovely view if your cup of tea then you should pay Deli Cat & Sons a visit.
Situated in the Broken Wharf (a 10 minute walk from Monument Station), you can dine on some gorgeous wine and cheeses as you look over the Thames.
They've made Deli brunches boujee and although their menu is rather short, it cuts to the chase and features daily sourdough sandwiches using locally produced charcuterie, cheeses and seasonal vegetables, as well as salads inspired by local farmers and day boats.
As well as this, they have a selection of daily baked goods created from childhood memories and classic favourites.
With a Soho and a Shoreditch location, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to Swift bars.
Their newly-opened Shoreditch bar is teeny but is beautifully decorated and a great place to stop into for a nice light bite to eat and to have some incredible mind-blowing cocktails.
The Laundry Brixton
Incredible service and even better food is what you'll get at The Laundry, if you're ever around Brixton.
You should definitely book a table at this beautiful location, and pray you get a table on the terrace if it's a sunny day because you'll savour every minute of it.
With a hugeeee menu covering not only your classic brunch dished but everything from salads to chicken and even huge meat and cheeses platters, you will be spoilt for choice.
Not only this but their cocktails are heavenly too, and attentive staff will ensure you're kept hydrated.
Q Brunch - Quaglino's
Quaglino’s are welcoming back their popular Q Brunch series every Saturday which combines a sumptuous 2 or 3 course meal with a DJ providing the soundtrack, all topped off with bottomless bubbles!
The Q Brunch is available from 11:30am - 2:30pm on Saturdays with 2 courses available for £33 and 3 courses for £38 with bottomless bubbles for an additional £25.
Live music will play from 12pm - 4pm.
Rhythm & Brunch - 100 Wardour St
100 Wardour St is bringing back Rhythm & Brunch to Soho every Saturday, from 12pm - 5pm.
The renowned London brunch is offering delicious brunch dishes and bottomless bubbles with live DJs providing the soundtrack from 1pm - 5pm.
2 courses are available for £34 and 3 courses for £39, and unlimited prosecco for an additional £25.
Flesh & Buns
The amazing Japanese restaurant does bottomless brunch every weekend and two of its branches, Oxford Circus and Covent Garden.
Oxford Circus does Saturdays (12pm-3.30pm) and Sundays (12pm-6pm) and Covent Garden does Sundays only (12-6pm).
Their packages offer free-flowing Prosecco, wine or larger and you also get an amazing choice of food options.
Choose three small dishes and one big dish along with the drinks for £39 pp, or £46 if you're after some more small plates.