Introduction to Nottingham’s Boozy Brunches

Come Saturday morning, the top of any self-respecting student’s to-do list should be the best meal of the weekend – brunch. Eggs, smashed avo on toast, breakfast bowls, smoothies and coffee, brunch has something for everyone – as well as those never-ending glasses of prosecco. Studying and living in student accommodation in Nottingham is an experience to remember and the city has so much to offer. The vibrant food scene and outstanding selection of brunch spots are just one more reason why student’s love the city so much.

Whether you’re a student or a local in Nottingham, we’ve picked out our top five brunch spots so you don’t need to do the work – all you have to do is show up, grab a glass and get brunching.

Brewhouse and Kitchen

We start our best bottomless brunch tour at Brewhouse and Kitchen, a lively pub and microbrewery offering a bottomless brunch for £18 per head. Hungry students can expect to chow down on buttermilk pancakes, a full English breakfast – including a vegetarian option – or a special brunch burger, with a choice of bottomless prosecco or house-brewed beer. If you’re visiting during the week, Brewhouse and Kitchen have a variety of different weekday activities, including Burger Monday, Wings Wednesday, gin masterclasses and movie nights.

Price: Prosecco brunch from £16
When: 11am-10pm Mon – Fri
Google Star Rating: 4.1 stars
Address: Trent Bridge, Nottingham NG2 2GS
Book a table:  Here

Bric Bar and Kitchen

Another claim to the best brunch Nottingham has to offer, every weekend Bric Bar and Kitchen dishes up eggs benedict, pancakes and even Eton Mess to hungry crowds of students living in the city. Located in the heart of the city centre, visitors can relax and take in the glamorous décor and furnishings while sipping on unlimited prosecco for just £25 per head. The bottomless brunch includes two courses from the breakfast menu. So, whether you’re exploring the city, or you just need a break from revision, head to Bric for a fabulous brunch experience.

Price: Brunch from £10
When: 12am-1pm Mon – Fri
Google Star Rating: 3.6 stars
Address: 38 Milton St, Nottingham NG1 3PZ
Book a table:  Here

The Slug & Lettuce

If you like your brunch to have variety, the bottomless brunch at The Slug & Lettuce is the one for you. Available for £25 per head Friday-Sunday in two-hour slots, you can choose from one of the many brunch dishes on the menu, all washed down with bottomless mimosa, prosecco, Bloody Mary, Aperol Spritz or pints of Amstel. Dishes include a full English breakfast, sandwiches, wraps, pancakes and burgers – plus, there are plenty of veggie and vegan options so everyone can dig in. This impressive feast is by pre-booking only, so think ahead and get your weekend slot in asap!

Price: Brunch from £8
When: 10am-12pm Mon – Fri
Google Star Rating: 3.8 stars
Address: 49 Long Row, Market Square Nottingham, NG1 6JB
Book a table:  Here

Las Iguanas

An establishment that is a true contender for the most popular bottomless brunch Nottingham can provide, Las Iguanas houses a horde of brunch fans every weekend on Saturdays and Sundays for boozy bubbles and scrummy dishes with a Mexican twist. For £29.95 on Saturdays and £24.95 on Sundays, diners can select a starter and a main to have with unlimited prosecco or draught beer in two-hour slots. Dishes include favourites such as empanadas, quesadillas and huevos rancheros, as well as breakfast bowls and burritos. If you don’t want alcohol, you can opt for soft drinks or mocktails.

Price: Brunch from £6.95, Bottomless brunch from £29.95
When: 11am-11pm Mon – Fri
Google Star Rating: 4.1 stars
Address: 4, Chapel Quarter Chapel Bar, Nottingham NG1 6JS
Book a table:  Here

The Hockley Arts Club

If you wake up a bit too late to catch brunch, sophisticated establishment The Hockley Arts Club has something a little different in store. Guests can enjoy a Bottomless Afternoon Tea instead, which delicacies including sandwiches, homemade cakes, iced cocktails and more. There are even vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free menus, as well as a virgin menu for those who can’t face the alcohol. Although a little on the pricier side at £34.95 per person, the tasty treats that await make the cost worth it.

Price: Bottomless afternoon tea from £34.95
When: Saturday’s from 12pm
Google Star Rating: 4.4 stars
Address: 20 Carlton St, Nottingham NG1 1NN
Book a table:  Here

Whether you’re a student needing a study break, a local looking to try a new place, or a visitor passing through, Nottingham has a bottomless brunch to suit anyone and everyone. 

Student Accommodation in Nottingham

If you are looking to move to Nottingham this coming year then make sure to check out our Clarendon Street and Nova residences. We offer cosy, stylish spaces fitted with all the amenities you could need under one roof. With one less thing to worry about, you can concentrate on studying, socialising and exploring.

Our on-site teams are proud to offer a warm welcome and any help you may need in navigating your new home. You’ll also find plenty of information on our blog pages that offer inspiration and guides to help you make the most of your university experience.