Best bottomless brunch in sydney

16 Best Bottomless Brunch Spots in Sydney

Sydney is full of great eating and drinking spots, so it’s no surprise that the best bottomless brunch spots are booming. Popping champagne and sharing plates of food make the perfect weekend venture for large groups and those just after a bit of rest and respite. If you simply can’t wait until 5 pm to pop the bubbles, fear not, as these restaurants are serving champagne, mimosas, bellinis, bloody marys and everything in between. The best bit is the booze is free-flowing, so it will be 5 pm before you know it!

Best Bottomless Brunches Sydney at a Glance

These are the highlights from our list:

Now we’ve rounded up our favourites, let’s check out the full list.

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Darling Pavilion | Image: Supplied

1. Darling Pavilion

If you’re looking for the best all-inclusive bottomless brunch package in Sydney check out Darling Pavilion in Darling Quarter. You’ll start your bottomless from 12pm on Saturdays and Sundays with an Altos Margarita on arrival before bottomless beers, wines, and sparkling. Food is generous, starting with smoked salmon and flatbread, cauli hummus and grilled pita before shifting to fried food including crispy fried artichokes and baby calamari. The main dishes are fresh and filling so you won’t walk away hungry, the highlight being the prawn salad and mini lamb burger with tzatziki and spinach.

Food: All-inclusive set menu with smoked salmon and flatbread, cauli hummus and grilled pita, and the prawn salad with grilled prawns, iceberg, fennel, and watercress being our favourites.
Drinks: All-inclusive beers, wine, and sparkling, price includes Altos Margarita on arrival.
Price: From AUD$89pp for two-hour package

Address: 1 Harbour St, Sydney NSW 2000
Hours: Sat-Sun 12-3pm
Phone: (02) 8080 7077

Pumphouse best bottomless brunch in sydney
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2. Pumphouse Bar and Restaurant

Pumphouse is located in the bustling Darling Square food district in Sydney’s CBD. Having undergone a recent makeover to become one of the nicest venues in the area, it was only a bottomless brunch menu away from becoming a must-visit location. In a recent media preview, we had the chance to sample every item on the menu (you can see us sitting at the table in the picture above) and there are standout items up and down the list.


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We couldn’t resist the avocado toast, it’s a star with perfect bread, fresh avocado and delicious goat’s cheese. It sits right alongside our other favourites, including the souffle pancakes for the sweet-toothed and the baked eggs (a delicious shakshuka-like dish) that are perfect for starting the morning on a good note. With the addition of a main, the price remains reasonable at around AUD$75pp although we’d highly recommend choosing three or four dishes amongst friends so you can sample as much as possible!

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Food: A-la-carte food menu that starts from AUD$18, including acai bowl, avocado toast, soufflé pancake, and market fish
Drinks
: Two hours of wines (including vegan-friendly options), beer, juice, soft drinks and Heineken 0.0 for the designated drivers
Price
: from AUD$63pp

Address: 17 Little Pier St, Darling Harbour NSW 2000
Hours: Sunday from 11am
Phone: (02) 8217 4100

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3. The Winery

Nestled in perhaps the most romantic, whimsical garden restaurant in Sydney, The Winery is what dreams are made of. The leafy, floral laneway is home to one of the best bottomless brunches in Sydney- including limitless bellinis and a three-course brunch feast! They have a huge outdoor and upstairs dining area to accommodate the brunch-hungry masses, so you’re bound to get a spot at a time that suits you.

Food: Three courses
Drinks
: Two hours of bottomless drinks
Price
: AUD$85pp

Address: 285A Crown St, Surry Hills
Hours: Saturday at 11.30am, 2pm & 4.30pm, or Sunday at 11.30am & 2pm.
Phone: (02) 8322 2007

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4. Rocker Bondi

For a beachy, coastal-infused bottomless brunch dining experience, head to Rocker Bondi. The trendy spot offers a seasonal bottomless brunch, so you’re never left feeling bored. For an extra AUD$10, we recommend upgrading to an arrival spritz or an espresso martini to finish.

Food: Roast chicken, potatoes, salad, burrata, rock oysters, and more
Drinks
: Two hours of Mimosa, sparkling, red, white and rose
Price
: AUD$85pp

Address: 5/39-53 Campbell Parade, North Bondi
Phone: 0451 845 269

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5. Carbòn

Carbòn is one of Bondi’s most loved destinations for a Sunday morning pick me up. Inspired by a Mexican twist, this bottomless brunch has flowing margaritas and all-you-can-eat tacos to help line to the stomach. Make a day out of it and go for a swim at nearby Bondi before brunch to make you that extra bit hungry!

Food: 1.5 hours of all-you-can-eat tacos
Drinks
: 1.5 hours of bottomless classic Margaritas, beer, and rose
Price
: AUD$85pp

Address: 288 Bondi Rd, Bondi
Hours: Saturday-Sunday 12-5pm
Phone: (02) 9388 1451

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6. Frank Mac’s

Frank Mac’s is a gin lover’s paradise situated in The Rocks, and you won’t leave feeling disappointed with one of the best bottomless brunch offerings in Sydney. The gin bar features over 100 gins and is now serving up a meat board, flatbread, and arancini to go with it. The menu is also perfect for satisfying your indulgent side, we can’t go past the cheese platters and cured salmon.

Food: Cheese board, meat board, flatbread, and arancini
Drinks
: Two hours of gin spritz, mimosas, bellini, and rose
Price
: AUD$89pp

Address: 83 George St, The Rocks
Phone: 0478 189 837

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7. Salty’s Bondi

Salty’s Bondi sure knows how to have a good time, and the bottomless brunch is no different. You’ll be treated to a classic margarita on arrival and a delicious nine-course shared menu of Salty’s favourites that includes Buffalo Wings, Broccolini w/ Almonds & Parmesan, and Mac ‘N’ Cheese Balls. The biggest draw card has to be the two hours of free-flowing vino, tap beers and an endless supply of seltzers all for just AUD$99 per person. Bookings are available for groups of four or more guests.

Food: Guacamole, corn, wings, fries, mac ‘n’ cheese balls, nachos, pizzas
Drinks
: Two hours of free-flowing tap beer, wine and seltzers
Price
: AUD$99pp

Address: 108 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach
Hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-12am, Sat-Sun 11am-12am
Phone: (02) 9288 7889

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8. Hello Auntie

Not only can your pup join in on the fun at Hello Auntie, but you’ll be treated to traditional Vietnamese brunch fare and bottomless glasses of fruity spritz, which come in passionfruit and grape, strawberry and lime, and lychee and ginger.

Food: Beef tartare, scallop ceviche, rice paper roll kit, and more
Drinks
: Passionfruit, strawberry or lychee spritz
Price
: AUD$70pp

Address: Darling Square, Shop 2/16 Nicolle Walk, Haymarket
Phone: (02) 8072 8838

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9. Bopp & Tone

For the best bottomless brunch in Sydney serving up your Mediterranean favourites, Bopp & Tone seriously now have to jazz things up, literally, they also have live jazz to accompany your brunching. The six-course menu is vibrant and delicious, with all the bubbles, bellinis and beers you can manage in the two-hour sitting.

Food: Six-course shared menu of house favourites
Drinks
: Two hours of flowing bubbles, mimosas and beers
Price
: AUD$110pp or AUD$175pp for Perrier Jouët package

Address: 60 Carrington St, Sydney
Hours: Saturday 12:00-2:45pm
Phone: (02) 9299 9997

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10. Bartolo

Good news! Surry Hills institution Bartolo is now serving up bottomless brunch! One of the more affordable boozy brunches on the list, for just AUD$75, you can relish in an Italian feast accompanied by endless wines, including white, rosé, red, Prosecco and skin contact. This place is excellent for the first stop on a weekend of partying, offering a hearty Italian meal, and you can add a AUD$15 espresso martini to get you on your way afterwards.

Food: Three courses of Italian classics, pasta and seafood
Drinks
: 1.5 hours of Prosecco, rose, and wine
Price
: AUD$75pp

Address: 359 Crown St, Surry Hills
Hours: Saturday and Sunday (minimum of 4 guests).
Phone: (02) 7253 8731

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11. Dead Ringer

Townhouse turned to buzz bar and restaurant, Dead Ringer is known for going all out, and the same goes for its bottomless brunch. Book ahead for a weekend and prepare yourself for free-flowing mimosas and the menu of your dreams – complete with plenty of hearty meats, cured salmon and cheeses. The bartenders here are beyond friendly, so be sure to leave some spare time for a chat before or after your brunch.

Food: Omelettes, tarts, blood sausage, seafood, salads, house-made pastries
Drinks
: 1.5 hours of mimosas or Processo
Price
: AUD$80pp (mimosas), AUD$94pp (Prosecco)

Address: 413 Bourke St, Surry Hills
Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 11 am
Phone: (02) 9046 8460

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12. SoCal

For the best bottomless brunch in Sydney, if you’re a fan of rosé, SoCal knows what’s up. The Neutral Bay brunch icon offers two hours of unlimited rosé and rosé sangria alongside a tasty sharing banquet. Also, if you feel like getting boozy and brunch on a Friday, you can! SoCal is one of the few spots offering seatings on a day other than just the weekend, open from Friday to Sunday.

Food: SoCali banquet
Drinks
: Two hours of unlimited rosé and rosé sangria
Price
: AUD$79pp

Address: 1 Young St, Neutral Bay
Hours: Friday to Sunday from 12pm – 3pm.
Phone: (02) 9904 5691

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13. Neighbourhood

Known for its friendly, close-knit community vibes, the bottomless brunch at Neighbourhood is an experience like no other. There are three packages on offer. The first is the Grape & Graze, with two hours of free-flowing Rose, Aperol Spritz and Mimosas, and a complimentary grazing board. Second is the Old School Bottomless, which features three hours of flowing wine, beer and spirit mixers with a selection of tasty jaffles. And third is the Big Dog Bottomless, which features two hours of flowing wine, beer and selected cocktails with a selection of tasty jaffles.

Drinks: There are three packages on offer, check them out here
Price
: AUD$75pp, AUD$100pp, or AUD$135pp

Address: 143 Curlewis St, Bondi Beach
Phone: (02) 9300 0311

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14. Hyde Hacienda Sydney Bar & Lounge

Who said you can’t have tapas and wine for brunch? No one! That’s why a boozy session at Hyde Hacienda never goes amiss, offering a South American tapas-style affair. The free-flowing drinks include Chandon Rosé and decadent food, including an irresistible French toast. You can also opt for the bottomless champagne menu if you’re feeling brave.

Food: Tapas-style South American eats.
Drinks
: 2 hours Chandon Rose.
Price
: $99pp

Address: 61 Macquarie St, Sydney
Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 11am – 1pm
Phone: (02) 9256 4083

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15. Sonora

Another Mexican-inspired brunch spit to make the list, Sonora in Potts Point is guaranteed to be a good time. The sleek, modern restaurant serves up bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm to 5 pm so that you can enjoy margaritas all weekend long.

Food: 1.5 hours of unlimited tacos and salsas.
Drinks
: 1.5 hours of unlimited margaritas, Tecate beers and rose.
Price
: AUD$85pp

Address: Shop 1/37-41 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point
Phone: (02) 9160 9712

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16. Nour

Next time you find yourself on Crown Street looking for something fun to do, head to Nour for the bottomless brunch. Featuring a traditional Lebanese brunch banquet alongside your choice of bottomless rosé, cocktails or beer, the beautiful setting and good vibes will have you coming back for more.

Food: Shawarma, tuna, eggplant, lamb shoulder, and more
Drinks
: 1.5 hours of french rose and Alzama beer
Price
: from AUD$89pp for banquet, add bottomless drinks from AUD$39pp

Address: 3/490 Crown St, Surry Hills
Phone: (02) 9331 3413

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Why You Should Trust Our List

When it came to selecting our favourite bottomless brunches in Sydney we applied the same plan of action as when we compiled our favourite brunches. After all, this is our stomping ground, and because our office is located right near the foodie capitals of Darlinghurst, Surry Hills, and Sydney CBD we have the unique opportunity to sample bottomless from the best spots in Sydney. Where we haven’t had a chance to visit, we’ve turned to food critics and experts in compiling this list. Man of Many’s editors have taken into account, price points, coffee, and food choices, while also making a concerted effort to highlight a few brunch spots outside the CBD. Now, let’s check out the list below.

What is Bottomless Brunch?

A relatively new term, you may have no idea what bottomless brunch actually is. Firstly, it doesn’t mean ‘no pants’ so please make sure you’re fully dressed! Instead, the ‘bottomless’ refers to free-flowing booze served along with your brunch. Most bottomless brunches are a set menu and a set dining time, so be sure to book. This also means you have a limited amount of time to consume all the drinks! So, arrive on time feeling fresh, eat yourself silly and drink lots of water.

How to Make the Most of Your Time

If you want to make the most of your time at a Sydney bottomless brunch experience, there are a few ground rules to follow. Here are some bottomless brunch basics to get yourself in the right frame of mind.

1. Plan your drinks

Just like a regular night on the town, planning your drinks is key to a good, head-in-the-toilet-bowl-free bottomless brunch. We recommend starting with the lighter stuff like mimosa and then working your way up to the more heavy drinks- don’t start with the negroni straight up! Also, be careful with mixing. We know there are so many delicious options served at most bottomless brunches it can be tempting to want to have them all! But, stick to one or two beverages as despite missing out on some yummy drinks, you’ll definitely feel better at the end of brunch in comparison.

2. Be nice to the wait staff

There’s nothing worse than a pushy, impatient customer, so don’t be that person! Because bottomless brunch has a limited time window and it’s up to the waiter to pour your drink, there is the possibility of becoming impatient. We understand you want your beverages pronto, but keep in mind that waiters are doing their best and aren’t there to rip you off! To help them out, perhaps think ahead and ask for another drink when your current one is half full, so you’re not waving your arms at them impatiently while your glass sits there empty for precious minutes.

3. Read the terms and conditions

Every bottomless brunch is different, so you can’t go in with any expectations. This is also why it’s essential to read the T&Cs, so you know exactly what you’re in for, to help you decide whether the cost is justifiable and to compare with other places offering bottomless brunch. For example, there will be some where the food is not included or some where there is only one beverage available. If you don’t like mimosas and this is all their serve, pat yourself on the back for planning ahead and perhaps consider dining elsewhere.

Your FAQs Answered

What is bottomless brunch?

Bottomless brunch refers to free-flowing alcoholic beverages served alongside your brunch.

How long does bottomless brunch take?

Bottomless brunch is usually a two-hour sitting.

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Aimee O’Keefe is a Sydney-based freelance writer with a background in content marketing, lifestyle, architecture and travel coverage. She completed a Bachelor's degree in Media and Communications at the University of Sydney and has worked with Universal Magazines, various leading digital marketing agencies and The Local Project.