33 bottomless brunches to try in Leeds

The complete guide to bottomless brunches in and around the city centre.

As a city it’s no secret that we’re big on bottomless brunches – and from all-you-can-eat roasts to unlimited pornstar martinis, Leeds certainly gives us plenty to choose from (there’s actually well over 50 to choose from throughout the city).

Here’s part one of our complete guide to all the bottomlesses we can find in Leeds and beyond, with 33 different options to choose from…


Park Row | Available on the last Saturday of the month, 11am – 4pm

two Gaucho cocktail glasses held up.
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steak on a plate.

Launched by Argentine steakhouse pros Gaucho, the new bottomless deal gives diners 90 minutes to indulge in drinks like citrus negronis, pornstar martinis, spritzes, lager and wine, with a choice of red, white and rose.

Spanning three courses and 90 minutes of drinks, starter dishes are unlimited whilst main highlights include Gaucho’s cuts of free-range Aberdeen Angus beef, reared on the flat grasslands of the Pampas. Think premium wet-aged sirloin with chimichurri and French fries and spiral-cute churrasco de cuadril marinated in garlic, parsley and olive oil.

On the unlimited starters menu, you’ll find a mouthwatering selection of morcilla, chorizo and picante rojo sausage with a lemon aioli, a selection of empanadas, beetroot ceviche with nasturtium and mango nectar, plus prawn tostadas on Arepa bread.

‘Ow much?: £50 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


Mill Hill | Every Saturday, 12-2pm

curry dipped in naan bread.
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two plates of food.

Meat and veggie thali is served up in sharing-style bowls alongside the curryhouse favourite lagers like Cobra and Kingfisher alongside a Kirstall Brewery exclusive named Somarasam.

Meaning ‘drink of the gods’, it’s a refreshing 4% pilsner that was exclusively created by Kirkstall Brewery just 15 minutes from the Mill Hill restaurant to compliment the flavoursome menu. In addition to these standout options, there’s a choice of either house red or white wine, as well as gin and tonics for a whopping two hours.

Served 12pm – 2pm every Saturday, this is going to be a hugely popular option for those looking for a bottomless brunch with a difference in the city centre without having to compromise on the quality of their food for the sake of unlimited booze.

Ow much?: £29.95 for 120 minutes

Find out more here.

Cult Wing

Inside Leeds Merrion Centre | Available every day 12-5pm

Cult Wing chicken wings on a tray.
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Two Cult Wing cocktails.

Located in the Merrion Centre, it’s the place to go for really good tequila and ridiculously good wings – and we can’t think of a better combo to be honest, can you?

Food wise you can choose two main dishes and a side each from their mouthwatering menu. Mains include their signature Cult XL Wings, crispy Drippin’ Tenders and Cauli Punk Wings – all of which can be lathered in the sauce of your choice. Sauces include Skull Dive Herb, Raving Teryaki, Killer Korean and Jerk Punk (and that’s just to name a few).

Drinks wise you are truly spoilt for choice, enjoy bottomless Prosecco, beer, cider and a selection of soft drinks or push the boat out and sample their iconic tequila cocktail sharing jugs.

‘Ow much?: £29.95 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

IF… Up North

Call Lane | Available

pancakes and ice cream.
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avocado on toast

If Up North on Call Lane is locally known as the go-to brunch spot for those in the know. The pancakes here are light and fluffy, American-style and definitely worth travelling into the city centre for. Expect flavours like berry and Biscoff, fruits and cream, as well as a whole host of different variations at any of their Leeds-based cafes.

But as for the bottomless, it’s a simple staple with heaps of drinks choices. Simply select one of the brunch dishes and add bottomless servings of bubbly: there’s the choice of Prosecco, mimosas ands beer for a full 90 minutes.

This offer isn’t limited to a specific day either, so you can enjoy bottomless brunch at If Up North every single day of the week. Of course, T&Cs apply and walk-ins aren’t accepted, so you’re best booking in advance in-store.

‘Ow much?: £27.50 – £35 depending on drinks options

Find out more here.


South Parade | Every Saturday and Sunday, 12-3.30pm

Prosecco and cocktails.
Images: The Hoot Leeds
spring rolls and prawns.

There’s two different options on the menu. Choose either a two course lunch with starter and main course or opt for a Thai tapas-style serving of three small plates per person.

These small plates come with the likes of crispy duck bao buns with hoisin sauce and spring onions, or Sukhothai Dumplings with steamed taro and vegetable dumplings, served with sweet soy sauce and topped with crispy garlic.

There’s the ever-changing cocktail of the week, so that each time you visit, you’ll be able to taste-test a new concoction, alongside Prosecco, house wine and Singha beer. Plus, for those looking for non-alcoholic options, there’s jasmine tea, fruit juices and soft drinks to choose from.

‘Ow much?: £35 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


East Parade | Available every Saturday 12-3pm

steak sandwich with chips.
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half chicken with gravy and chips.

Specialising in blending causal lunches with sophisticated fine-dining options, Blackhouse remains the sole venue venture from Living Ventures for good reason. Their intimately lit restaurant provides a lunchtime spot where leaving ‘well fed’ is an understatement.

We’re talking fillet steak, tenderly cut into chunks and topped with onion, mushroom, burnt onion mayonnaise, horseradish cream and mature cheddar, all between two soft pieces of bread. Served with skinny fries, this is just one of the warming dishes that is perfect for an afternoon treat.

On the menu, guests can choose from the likes of warm chicken and chorizo salad; the classic fish and chips with tartare sauce and mushy peas or opt for classic favourites like the half-roast chicken. Turning this incredible lunch menu into a boozy afternoon of unlimited tipple, the bottomless brunch offerings come with a choice of Prosecco, beer or wines.

Ow much?: £36.50 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


Merrion Centre | Every Thursday, Friday and Sunday 12-7pm and Saturday 12-4pm

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Tucked away on the corner of Merrion Street, Oba Leeds is serving some of the best Korean and Japanese fusion dishes, with a range of vegan-friendly meals available.

There’s Korean fried chicken, Karagge chicken wings, whitebair with chilli and cumin all served as small plater, or cucumber maki sushi rolls and kimchi spring rolls on offer for your first course. The mains are packed with just as much flavour. We’d recommend the Chicken Katsu Curry: it’s a classic crowdpleaser, but Oba’s version of the dish is one of our favourites in Leeds. There’s also Ginger pork belly, tofu katsu teriyaki, assorted seafood with kimchi in spicy sauces and a Kinoko butter on offer: it’s an assorted mushroom dish with vegan butter and sound utterly delicious.

The drinks list for this bottomless is short and sweet: but we’re glad. This food needs to be appreciated with complementary drinks, so the carefully selected options of Prosecco and raspberry lemonade seem like the ideal combo to us.

‘Ow much?: £38 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Hoist House

Wellington Place | Available every Monday – Saturday, 12-6pm

Aperol Spritz and mimosa.
Images: The Hoot Leeds
three pizzas held to camera.

Lasting ninety minutes with sittings available Monday – Saturday, this is a bottomless experience that will leave you stuffed. There’s twelve different pizza options, including the Tuna Supreme, a tomato base with mozzarella, tuna, sweetcorn, olives, red onions and peppers; BBQ Pulled Pork with sweetcorn and the Veggie Supreme, all pictured below.

Clearly, the benefits of this bottomless are obvious. There’s over 180 combinations of pizzas and drinks to choose from and you can test out as many as you like during your bottomless brunch sitting. Long gone are leafy salads and tiny brunch portions: this is the bottomless where the food options are just as exciting as the beverages.

Drinkswise, the choices here are just as overwhelming. Expect the likes of Aperol Spritz, as well as elevated alternatives to mix up your ninety minute sitting like a Hugo Spritz: which comes as a refreshing alternative with elderflower liqueur.

‘Ow much?: £30 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Mans Market

Wellington Street | Available weekdays 12-5pm, Saturday 12-6pm and Sunday 12-8pm

cocktails and small plate of starters.
Image: The Hoot Leeds
smirnoff cocktail.

The Chinese restaurant and bar concept is already a favourite in the city amongst foodies in the know, having been highly recommended by the Sunday Times.

For that, you’ll get two hours of unlimited drinks, a selection of dim sum, sides and mains. An absolute steal in our book. And the food looks mega, too. Think giant prawn crackers, spring rolls, satay skewers and prawn sesame fingers to share, followed by a choice of crispy chilli beef, duck and char siu or sweet and sour chicken.

Throw in two hours of free-flowing Prosecco or house lager, and you’ve got yourself a top notch brunch. After all, most places we’ve found in Leeds only do 90 minutes – so you’re certainly getting a lot more bang for your buck at Mans Market.

‘Ow much?: £35 per person for two hours

Find out more here.

Canal Club

Granary Wharf | Available every Saturday and Bank Holiday Sunday, 12-8pm

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Take a seat and listen to the tunes of Canal Club DJs mixing the latest House anthems, all without your cocktail ever leaving your hand. Choose from the likes of Kir Royale, Aperol Spritz, Long Island Iced Tea and Pornstar Martinis, as well as Meantime Lager, Pink Prosecco and the classic bottomless essential: regular Prosecco.

Brunchers are also invited to choose from the Brunch menu, where you’ll find a mouthwatering selection of around-the-world-inspired dishes. We’re talking chicken and halloumi skewers, jackfruit quesadillas, arrabiata gnocchi (or a pesto alternative) as well as a Canal Club take on the British classic: fish and chips.

If you fancy something a little more filling to line your stomach for endless booze, there’s sliders aplenty: and if you haven’t heard of them before, Sliders are the new, trendier cousin to the average burger, and Canal Club’s trio of meaty sliders is leading the way in the mini bun movement. The three burgers offer one crunchy chicken, one pulled pork and one juicy beef with burger sauce mini patties topped with crisp buns.

‘Ow much?: £37.95 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Tailor’s Gin

Grand Arcade | Available every Saturday, 2-5.30pm

Hidden inside the Grand Arcade, Tailor’s is a clothes alternation store by day, bar by night and bottomless brunch hotspot on the weekends.

This quintessentially British bespoke tailor shop becomes a prohibition-inspired gin lounge – serving iconic cocktails from the era alongside its own house gin, aptly named Tailors- and it’s the perfect spot to grab a cocktail and have a laugh with your nearest and dearest.

Choose from a selection of craft gin and tonics, all carefully chosen flavours perfect for a summer’s afternoon. Think Yorkshire rhubarb, British berries, Seville orange marmalade, Sicilian lemon and elderflower and a modern take on Pimms, strawberry and basil. Priced at £30 per person for 90 minutes of bottomless drinks, served with a special ‘ring for gin’ bell so you can keep topped up throughout the entire experience.

‘Ow much?: £30 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Pizza Punks

Albion Street | Available Monday – Saturday, 11am – 3pm

pizza bowls.
Images: The Hoot Leeds
two cocktails.
pastas on a fork.

For each ninety minute sitting, bottomless brunchers can revel in the knowledge that every foodie and alcohol need will be catered to at Pizza Punks.

The cocktail list doesn’t mess around with fruity syrups but instead focuses on quality pairings with pizza and pasta, but if these sweet, fruity, tangy or sour options aren’t enough, there’s prosecco and Pravha on offer too.

The idea is that you choose either pizza or pasta, and then load up your chosen toppings. Far from the average margarita, choose from a whopping 35 different additions to your San Franciscan sourdough, including the likes of pepperoni, rum ham hock, caramelised pineapple, garlic and rosemary potatoes.

‘Ow much?: £31.50 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

SALT Leeds City

East Parade | Every Saturday and Sunday, 12pm, 12.30pm, 1pm and 1.30pm

cocktail tree at SALT Calls Landing.
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cheese and charcuterie board.

Opting for a sophisticated selection of cheese and charcuterie, SALT has joined forces with The Cheesy Living Co., a local independent that strive to bring the tastiest, smelliest and most exciting cheeses from around the world to our city.

All boxes will include a range of cheese and charcuterie, but are guaranteed the likes of Nocella olives, sun-dried tomatoes, cucumber and gin relish, caramelised balsamic onions and crisp sea salted crackers. We’re certain that each carefully-chosen dish will be packed with flavour and act as the perfect accompaniment to any afternoon fizz.

Choose from classic sunshine-inspired drinks like Aperol Spritz and Blood Orange Margaritas alongside gin-infused Bramble cocktails and free-flowing Prosecco, served by the glass, and any of the EIGHT cocktails ‘on tap’. Lager lovers will be delighted to see both Jute Session IPA and Yøn lager on the bottomless menu, knowing how much of a rarity its become to see multiple beer options on such a list.

Ow much?: £34.95 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


Greek Street | Available everyday 3-10pm

Empire Chicken Stack from Manahatta.
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halloumi fajitas from Manahatta.

The lunch and dinnertime bottomless brunch option comes as a towered stack of crisp coated chicken, waffles, American cheese, purple slaw and maple syrup, with a serving of barbecue sauce or thick gravy to pour over the stack and fries. Thick, juicy and tender- this is the ultimate chicken dinner inspired by the USA.

The rest of the upgraded options (which cost an additional £5) are light, summer-inspired options that are bursting with zesty flavour- perfect for a pit stop between dance moves.

To wash all this down with, Manahatta has a vast selection of cocktails included in their bottomless brunch offering. There’s free-flowing fizz in the form of Prosecco and four different types of spritz. In addition to your usual Aperol Spritz, brunchers can opt to clink glasses of Wild Berry, Orchard Apple or Orange Blush, mixing and matching throughout the ninety minute sitting.

Ow much?: £39.95 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


City Square | Available every day 12-9pm as bottomless brunch or supper

burger with fried chicken.
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Mac and cheese with marmite in a skillet.

Loyal Banyan fans will be familiar with the drink options of Prosecco, Bloody Mary’s (only available on the brunch menu) Aperol Spritz, Poached Pear Spritz, Coors and Garibaldis but if that wasn’t enough choice already, both new menus now feature two new alcoholic additions.

On the brunch menu, you can still choose from Banyan classics like the Breakfast Hash, Poached Eggs with ham, smoked salmon or halloumi, and Smashed Avocado, but there’s now a sweet option of Banoffee Pancakes available too for those who love a bit of dessert for breakfast.

If you’re wanting to upgrade your food to something even more substantial, you can give the Korean Fried Chicken Burger a go, or there’s the new Onion Bhaji wrap which is sure to fill you up (and it’s vegan).

‘Ow much?: £34.95 – £37.95 per person, depending on the time of day

Find out more here.

Revolution de Cuba

Call Lane | Available 12-4pm on weekdays & 11am-2pm on weekends

strawberry daquiri cocktail.
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small plates at Revs de Cuba.

Revolución de Cuba’s Latin-inspired bottomless brunch promises 90 minutes of endless strawberry daiquiris, pints of Mahou and free-flowing fizz alongside a dish of your choice from just £35. 

Choose from Latin classics like the breakfast burrito, which come loaded with smoky sausage, bacon, omelette, chorizo, mozzarella and spicy tomato sauce, or opt for a chorizo hash with crispy patatas, chorizo, peppers and Manchego cheese sauce. 

To wash down the brunch servings, the selection of bottomless booze spans far further than pints and fizz. Expect the likes of Aperol Spritz, Disaronno fizz, Mimosas, Spanish Shandys and Bloody Marys to transform your regular Revs de Cuba brunch into a ninety-minutes bottomless experience that brings the best of Latin America right to your table.

‘Ow Much?: £35 – £46 depending on drinks choices

Find out more here.

The Wardrobe

St Peter’s Square | Available every Saturday

cocktail at The Wardrobe.
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Brunch burger at The Wardrobe.

The Wardrobe has been a long-standing pinnacle of food and music for the city since opening at the turn of the century. From welcoming countless up-and-coming artists to their basement bar and stage set to knocking out a seasonal Sunday roast every week, it’s one of those rare gems that can cater to just about any occasion – including bottomless brunch.

Choose from a classic Aperol Spritz or opt for a sweeter passionfruit and apricot alternative to wash down rounds of Amstel, selected cask ales, Prosecco or inches cider. The Rum Swizzle is a standout crowdpleaser that marries the sweet, tangy tastes of pineapple, lime and orange juice with the bitterness of grenadine and Barcadi shots.

The food options are just as varied (and tasty). The Wardrobe clearly got the brunch memo and cater to all your sweet, savoury, meat and veggie options with the likes of smashed avo on toast, eggs royale and even ‘posh mushrooms’.

‘Ow much?: £25 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


Wellington Street | Available every Saturday and Sunday, 11am – 3.30pm.

acai bowl with coffee.
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full english breakfast from Wolfox.
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The ninety minute experience costs £34 per person and comes with one brunch dish of your choice and free-flowing Prosecco throughout. The cafe-bar have kept its bottomless brunch menu short, sweet and full of all the dishes they do best, The cafe-bar have kept their bottomless brunch menu short, sweet and full of all the dishes they do best, including their farm-to-table breakfast plates.

For meat-eaters, the Farm Breakfast consists of: organic bacon, pork sausage, tomato, sauteed mushroom, braised beans, hash brown, organic poached egg served with freshly baked sourdough, and will cure your hangover before you even stop drinking- at least we think that’s how it works?

If those options still don’t take your fancy, the Wolfox Spring Hash, Le Grande Benedict or Fox Pancakes are sure to tempt you- after all you need something to wash down all that Prosecco with, so you may as well choose your favourite.

‘Ow much?: £34 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


Park Row | Available every Saturday, 12pm – 1.30pm.

cheese board
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The Decanter wine bar on Leeds’ Park Row has just announced the new bottomless deal, which features one of their charcuterie platters with your choice of either unlimited Prosecco, draught Dortmunder vier or appleshed cider.

Priced at £30 a head, you’ll be treated to 90 minutes of bottomless drinks alongside one of their famous charcuterie boards which come loaded with luxury meats and cheeses.

‘Ow much?: £30 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

The Lost and Found Club

Albion Place | Available every day 11am-3pm

aperol spritz tree.
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Lost and Found eggs benedict.

On the bottomless menu here there’s Prosecco, Bloody Marys and Mimosas for those that want a classic brunch beverage. To accompany the boozy experience, expect some tempting bites to eat.

There’s brunch favourites like American-style pancakes with crispy bacon, bananas and miso caramel sauce or smashed avo with spinach benedict, as well as unique combinations of flavour like the Butler’s mature cheddar rarebit with sliced honey roast ham and fried free-range egg, named Croque Madame.

We like the sound of the Cornflake Chicken with crispy chicken thighs, chipotle mayonnaise and jalapeños best though.

‘Ow much?: £35 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Bascos MMXX

Albion Place | Every Friday – Sunday

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During the weekend, there’s a different reason to be visiting Basco’s, and it has a lot to do with their free-flowing fizz. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday guests can expect a full 90 minutes of drinking as many glasses of Prosecco and strawberries and Mythos beer as possible.

Just just £4 extra, add cocktails to the menu and take on the classics like a refreshing Cosmopolitan, Margarita, Mojitos, or even try the house specials, the Basco’s ‘Spitz’, Frozen Daiquiri or ‘spicy’ wine.

On the food menu, there’s plenty of options too. Think brekkie options, with all the eggs included: there’s poaches eggs with bacon and hollandaise sauce, Eggs Royale or smashed avo with eggs to choose from. If you’re not an egg-eater, there’s the Triple Bacon and Chips to take on- which is pretty self explanatory or have your pitta three ways: with pork, chicken or veggies.

‘Ow Much?: Find on the Basco’s website

Find out more here.

Sky Lounge

Granary Wharf | Available every Saturday and Sunday, 11am – 4pm

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There are lots of bottomless brunch offerings in the city, but this one is a showstopper and perfect for a celebration. For only £30 a head you can enjoy two courses from an extensive menu alongside 90 minutes of bottomless drinks, all whilst enjoying incredible rooftop views of Leeds. This brunch has been listed in the top 10 bottomless brunch spots in the UK and it is no surprise why.

Choose from bottomless pornstar martinis, Prosecco, Aperol spritz and loads more. If you don’t drink then not to worry, there’s also a selection of freshly squeezed fruit juices on the menu if you’re the designated driver.

To wet your whistle, you will be served a selection of continental meats and cheeses for the table. You can then pick one of the mouthwatering mains from a menu consisting of breakfast classics. The ‘Sky Fry’ is the closest thing you’ll find to your full english, whereas the chicken ‘n’ waffles drizzled with maple syrup will transport you across seas for that all American experience.

Ow much?: £30 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Bar Soba

Greek Street | Every Monday – Thursday, 4 – 9pm & Friday – Sunday, 12 – 4pm

spring roll dessert.
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cocktail with prawns.

Bottomless Brunch takes place Friday – Sunday from 12 – 4pm whilst Bottomless Supper kicks off Monday – Thursday from 4 – 9pm. Your booking includes 90 minutes of unlimited booze plus your choice of food from a fresh and exciting menu, all for just £35 per person.

For brunch choose from bottomless prosecco, bottled beer, Aperol spritz or melonball and zombie punch cocktails. You can choose one main dish to devour from their brunch menu, including the beloved Chicken Katsu Curry, Thai favourite Pad Thai or the Indonesian staple Nasi Goreng if you’re craving something spicy.

The Bottomless Supper includes a choice of two dishes from a small plate menu and is perfect for those who want to try a bit of everything and mix and match. Dishes include Cheeseburger Spring rolls, Duck or Vegetable Gyozas and Mini Teriyaki Beef Noodles. For booze choose from bottomless Prosecco, bottled beer, Aperol Spritz and a selection of their fun and innovative cocktails.

Ow much?: £29.50 for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Rebound Social

Wellington Street | Available during Saturday football matches

pizzas and Punk IPA.
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Picture the scene. It’s a Saturday afternoon and you couldn’t get tickets to Elland Road, so you’ve decided to head into the city centre and watch the match from a sports bar. Whilst some of the more expensive city side options will set you back £6+ a pint, others are cheap and cheerful- but still end up costing you more than you would have spent inside the bar inside Elland Road after all.

Luckily, Rebound Social on Wellington Street have devised one of the most genius bottomless brunches around that’s perfect for watching the footy with.

The Leeds United match bottomless brunch is just £25 per person and gives you access to a full sized pizza per person and unlimited lager and cider for the duration of the game. From kickoff to finish and even in stoppage time, you can get those extra pints in without worrying about timing your rounds effectively, or how much you’ll rack up on the bill.

‘Ow much?: £25 per person throughout the football game, including stoppage time

Find out more here.

Psilo Bar

New Briggate, Leeds city centre | Available everyday, 3-9pm

plate of meat and cheese.
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cocktails in different coloured glasses.

Located at the Grand Arcade next door to Brotherhood, this new-ish independent, formerly known as Delirium and Revelry comes with generous opening times (until 3 or 4am), and a bespoke collection of spirits for some one-a-kind-cocktail concoctions.

So, what’s the deal with the bottomless brunch? Well for just £29.50 per person, you can enjoy a delicious artisan cheese and charcuterie boards alongside unlimited prosecco, DnR beer or selected cocktail carafes.

The gourmet meat and cheese offerings are all handpicked and served alongside sourdough crackers and other moreish antipasti delights. They’ve also got a Vegan board on offer so do not fear, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Delirium and Revelry brunch.

‘Ow much?: £29.50 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


 Saw Mill Street, Holbeck | Available every Saturday 12-5pm

plate of arancini.
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Two people sharing paella.

Bomba boast a beautiful sunny terrace space where diners can enjoy a light bite or a full meal whilst watching the world go by. And as the summer months draw closer, it’s the perfect spot to relax and indulge in some Mediterranean cuisine. So when we heard they were launching their own bottomless brunch, we cancelled our return flights to Barcelona and booked a table instead.

Foodwise you can kick things off with either Pan con tomate or fries and ali oli before choosing any two tapas from their extensive menu. We’re talking padron peppers, ham croquetas, calamari, chorizo in red wine, garlic prawns, tortilla del dia and so much more. There’s a tapas dish for everyone to enjoy so each member of your party will be left satisfied and with a happy belly.

Drinks wise you can choose from 90 minutes of unlimited jugs of sangria, beer, wine or cava. There’s not many places where unlimited sangria is an option, so this brunch is truly one of a kind.

‘Ow much?: £35 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


Call Lane | Available every Friday – Sunday, 12-3.30pm

Image: Cuckoo

Bottomless beer, free-flowing prosecco AND unlimited pizza? It sounds like a match made in heaven. Food-wise, pizza topping choices range from the standard to the pretty funky – with some interesting topping selections that range from pork scratching and baked beans to nachos and marmite. Feeling adventurous? Opt for their ‘bah tat’ pizza, comprised of ham, caramelised onion and pork scratchings; or try the ‘love or hate’ marmite base pizza topped with cheese and sundried tomatoes.

Running for 90 minutes, the bottomless offer at Cuckoo is priced at £25 off peak times but it can be upgraded to include cocktails like the frozen Quackiri, pornstar martinis and fruit punch for another £10. What an absolute bargain of a deal.

‘Ow much?: £25 on Fridays and Sundays, £30 on Saturdays

Find out more here.

Whistle Punks

Millennium Square, Electric Press | Available every Saturday

Axe throwing and pizza.
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pizza and cocktails.

This is bottomless food, drinks with axe throwing thrown in. The experience lasts for a whopping two hours and features a 70 minute long axe-throwing competition. Each axe throwing session is led by an experienced instructor with a brief masterclass followed by practice throws and a full tournament to crown an ultimate champion.

Bottomless drinks are on offer throughout the full two hours where you can even order beer and cocktails directly to your lanes. After you’ve worked up an appetite you can indulge in 50 minutes worth of bottomless pizza, sounds too good to be true right?

Drinks wise you are truly spoilt for choice. Opt for bottomless Whistle Punk Lager, Prosecco, Aperol Spritz or Bloody Marys. After something a bit different? Push the boat out and order off their innovative cocktail menu, from classics like the Negroni to modern delights such as the Tropical Trickshot with bourbon and cream soda and the Bullseye with red grapefruit aperitif which can all be ordered at their usual prices.

‘Ow much?: £40 per person

Find out more here.

IF… At Night

Call Lane, Leeds city centre | Available every Friday and Saturday, 2 – 6pm

The new bar named If At Night.
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At IF… At Night, you will receive one tasty grazing board with the best quality ingredients from local favourites The Cheesy Living Co., as well as homemade focaccia and unlimited wine, beer and prosecco. What’s not to like?

It’s the perfect place to wind down after a long week and catch up with friends whilst indulging in mountains of cheese and wine. And for just £25 per person, it definitely seems like a no brainer.

And after you’ve grazed and boozed, you can move on to their innovative and unique cocktail menu which will comfortably be your companion as the sun goes down and the night comes in.

‘Ow much?: £25 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.

Bottomless Sunday roast


Park Row, Leeds city centre | Every Sunday 12-5pm

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roast dinner.
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Whilst it seems pretty easy to find a Sunday roast in Leeds with bottomless booze, finding bottomless meat is another task entirely. Lucky for you, we’ve done it.

Gaucho’s never-ending roast gives diners 90 minutes of endless meat, Yorkshire puddings, gravy and veggies for just £37.

Available from 12 to 5pm on Sundays, there is a choice of three different joints, all originating from Argentinian, premium Black-Angus cattle, bred at hand-selected farms in the southern province of La Pampa, South America.

Meat is cooked in its own drippings, then served on boards with crispy roast potatoes, glazed carrots, buttered greens and Yorkshire puddings.

‘Ow much?: £37 per person for 90 minutes

Find out more here.


Greek Street, Leeds city centre | Every Sunday 12-5pm

Neighbourhood is another Leeds venue giving you the option to go bottomless with your Sunday roast. Roasts are served every Sunday from noon, with choices like Roast Topside Beef, Roast Chicken Breast or Zucchini & Cashew Bake with roast potatoes, mash potatoes, a huge Yorkshire pudding, parsnips, carrots, cabbage and the best part – bottomless gravy.

Every Sunday for a full 90 minutes enjoy bottomless Prosecco, gin, pink gin, vodka, rum, seasonal cocktails and beer with your roast for £38. Now that’s what we call a Sunday Funday at Neighbourhood.

‘Ow much?: £38 per person for 90 minutes

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Trinity Leeds | Served every Sunday 12pm until 4.45pm

steak cut into pieces with roast potatoes.
Image: Crafthouse

Crafthouse is up there with some of the swankiest in the city. Sat up high with stunning views across Leeds (and with a sister cocktail bar, Angelica, right upstairs), if you’re looking to impress this is the spot.

The restaurant offers a bottomless Sunday roast set menu with two courses for £25 or three for £30. On top of that, you can opt for 90 minutes of ‘free flowing’ red wine or prosecco for an additional £25.

Mains choices span traditional roast beef and lamb dishes with all the trimmings; pan fried chicken breast with garlic kiev, thyme hash browns, maitake mushrooms and herb emulsion, as well as roasted parsnip risotto and cod schnitzel.

Elsewhere on the menu you’ll find Lindesfarne oysters, torched mackerel, chicken terrine, strawberry Eton mess and a selection of cheeses.

‘Ow much?: £25 – £50 per person, depending on preference

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Mad Frans

Wellington Place, Whitehall Road | Every Sunday until 5pm

pouring gravy on to roast dinner at Mad Frans.
Image: Mad Frans

Bottomless at Mad Frans is available all day Sunday until 5 pm, priced at £29.95 for a main and 90 minutes of unlimited drinks.

Roast-wise, think Yorkshire-reared beef sirloin, pigs in blankets, stuffing, roast vegetables, greens, giant Yorkies and roasties – as well as plenty of gravy of course. Alternatively, if you’re not feeling the beef you could always go for some turkey instead. It’s entirely up to you.

Drinks-wise, think bottomless prosecco, beer, wine, cider or Aperol Spritz. Bargain.

‘Ow much?: £29.95 for 90 minutes

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