Best Affordable Bottomless Brunches in Bath

Bath’s best boozy brunches

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  • 12 May 2021
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Is there anything better than planning a boozy brunch at the weekend? If you’re looking for the best bottomless brunches in Bath that are generous on the bubbles but still seriously affordable, we’ve got the low down. Unlimited Prosecco with a stack of syrupy pancakes, bottomless beer with a proper English fry-up or as many Bloody Mary’s as you can handle with your eggs Benedict. Boozy brunches in Bath are the real deal and they won’t even break the bank. Get your pals together and treat yourselves to one of Bath’s best affordable bottomless brunches. Because bubbles with brunch are always a good idea…

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1. Belushi's

9 Green St, Bath BA1 2JY

Serving up the cheapest bottomless brunch on the list, our very own St Christopher's Inns' on-site bar Belushi’s serves one of Bath's top boozy brunches. Every Saturday from 12-2pm, feast on a real hearty American classic, waffles and wings, or a juicy Belushi's burger to go with your 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas or Heineken beer for £30.

Not feeling another mimosa after your 2 hours of bottomless? Order something different from the Absolut cocktail menu up until 4pm. Think espresso martinis, mango mojitos, bottles of Prosecco and more at just £8 for two of the same. There are even beer pong tables available if you fancy a game. There’s no way you’re leaving Belushi’s feeling like you didn’t get your money’s worth!

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2. Las Iguanas

12 Seven Dials, Bath BA1 1EN

Add a little spice to your bubbles and book the bottomless brunch at Las Iguanas in Bath. For the price of £29.95 you’ll get a starter, a main and unlimited Prosecco or draught beer for 90 minutes. Or you can pay an extra £5 per person and upgrade to bottomless cocktails! Quesadillas, nachos, chicken wings, huevos rancheros, burrito bowls… The classic Las Iguanas menu is all Mexican-inspired, and who doesn’t love Mexican food? If you’re looking to really get your money’s worth with an hour and a half to do it, you can count on your glass never going empty when you boozy brunch in this central Bath spot.

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3. The Botanist

The Octagon (No. 25) Part 46A and 28 Milsom Place, Bath BA1 1BZ

Enjoy a boozy brunch at one of the prettiest restaurants in the city. The Botanist in Bath, as with every other branch of it across the UK, is all themed around plants and horticulture. At this one, you’ll feel like you’re boozy brunching from inside a greenhouse! All bright, airy and Insta goals. Here it costs £15 for the bottomless part, that's for free flowing Aperol Spritz, Prosecco or their house beer for 90 minutes. Then the food is £15 again for a feast of all your favourite elements of a 10/10 brunch. We love their concept of building your perfect brunch, especially when it's alongside a bunch of bottomless drink options.

4. Absurd Bird

20 St. Lawrence Street, SouthGate, Bath BA1 1AN

Tucked away amongst the shopping area on St Lawrence Street, at Absurd Bird it’s all about fried chicken. For £35, you’ll get 2 tasty courses plus bottomless beer, Hooch or Prosecco all included in the price on any Saturday or Sunday. Think fried chicken Benedict, fried chicken burgers or even crispy chicken wings in your favourite sticky sauce. The veggies amongst you don’t need to miss out, as there are two mouth-watering vegan options on the menu, too.

5. All Bar One

11-12 High St, Bath BA1 5AQ

Right opposite Bath Abbey, All Bar One is a popular spot for evening drinks, but did you know they do a bottomless brunch? Take your pick between Prosecco, mimosas or Bloody Mary’s for £30 and enjoy them as they get topped up for 90 minutes. Whether you’re craving fully loaded avocado toast, oozy eggs Royale, ciabatta melts or sweet and fruity Belgian waffles, All Bar One serve up a seriously delicious brunch in Bath, and you can’t get closer to the city centre than this.

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