Some say there’s no better weekend activity than a bottomless brunch – and this is certainly true in Newcastle. Whether you’re a student, visiting the city with friends or just passing through, you’re sure to be able to find a fabulous brunch spot where you can spend a few happy hours eating, drinking and soaking up the atmosphere.
If you’re a firm foodie, or you’re only in it for the bubbles, we hope this round-up of the best bottomless brunch in Newcastle gets your tummy rumbling.
Liquid Brunch at Malmaison
The first stop on our brunch tour is Malmaison, which offers a two-hour liquid brunch on Saturdays. For less than £30 each, diners can enjoy unlimited prosecco or beer and one brunch plate from the menu, such as waffles or a brunch burger. If you’re too hungry to wait for the brunch slot, Malmaison also serves delicious breakfasts, including pastries, cooked breakfasts and fresh juices.
Free-flowing Fizz at No. 28
For some of the best brunch Newcastle has to offer and plenty of bubbles with it, hidden gem No 28, or Twenty Ate, gives brunch-goers all the prosecco they can drink for two hours every Saturday and Sunday. To soak up the alcohol, there’s a slightly more unusual brunch choice between a charcuterie or cheese selection. If cheese boards aren’t your thing, don’t worry – there’s a brunch burger too. If you live in student accommodation in the area, No. 28 is a mere 5-minute walk – perfect for a hangover treat!
Brunch and Bubbles at The Botanist
Next on our list is The Botanist, who serve brunch every Saturday and Sunday in hour-and-a-half slots. There are almost too many food options to choose from, including smashed avocado, poached eggs, a full English, omelettes and pancakes. There are dairy-free, vegan and vegetarian options too, so everyone can dig in. The bottomless drink options are just as varied and include Bloody Marys, prosecco, bellinis and sangria.
Delicious Dishes at St. Vincent
Every Sunday, locals and students in Newcastle alike flock to St. Vincent for a fabulous bottomless brunch. With bottomless prosecco, Bloody Marys, mimosas and bellinis on the menu at a very reasonable price, diners can also pick from any item on the brunch menu. Crowd favourites are the gorgeous homemade cakes and pastries and buttermilk waffles, although you can also go for more unusual options like steak and eggs, chicken schnitzel, and even ravioli or macaroni cheese.
Ethereal Eden at The Gate
For drinking, dancing, dining and more, head to the eden Collective at The Gate in Newcastle. Every weekend you can munch on avocado sourdough and sip endless bellinis or bubbles until 3pm. Vegan options are available too, including a full vegan English. If you’ve got time to kill in the city, eden is an enchanting way to spend a few hours, with three different themed dining rooms to discover, and three different clubs at night. Check out the beautiful botanical décor and lose yourself in the magic of this ethereal place…
The Jam Jar at Jesmond
For a bottomless brunch that will satisfy any appetite, head down to the Quayside and pay the Jam Jar a visit. Cooking up brunch between 11-3.30 every weekend, guests can enjoy two hours of drinks and feast on an impressive array of dishes, from a hearty English breakfast, pancakes with all the toppings, to, of course, the breakfast classic: eggs benedict. If you don’t fancy alcohol, there’s a virgin option with a choice of fresh OJ, soft drinks, or tea and coffee.
So, for some great food and boozy fun, these top picks are the perfect way to kick off your weekend in the city. Bottoms up!