Whilst these top 5 lists are not in any particular order, these restaurants are some firm favourites of Foozie and we think them deserving of a shout out! If you are looking for inspiration for your next meal then have a scroll…

 

Harbour & Browns

Address: Cargo 2, Wapping Wharf 

 

Gorgeous spot up top with decking? Check. A brunch menu to be envied? Check. Bottomless, free flowing prosecco? Check. Brace and Brown’s sexy little cousin’s establishment is bringing it just as hard as it’s protege.

 

 

Brace & Browns

Address: 3 Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8

 

The original pioneers of the Bristol bottomless brunch has to go to Brace and Browns. There is a reason that these guys sell it out months in advance, unlimited means unlimited and being able to try the small plates and brunches before deciding is a lovely touch.

 

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Steam

Address: Clifton Down, Clifton BS8

 

With a Californian inspired brunch menu and a selection of pastries to start you off, this bottomless booze up comes with unlimited mimosa’s or prosecco, you choose.

 

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Prince Street Social

Address: 34-41 Prince Street BS1

 

Bottomless brunch runs from 10am – 4pm at the Prince Street Social and if you are lucky you can sometimes get in without booking too (on the off chance)! Unlimited prosecco, (Amstel or Ale also both available if fizz isn’t your thing). Once you hear those corks pop be prepared to eat and drink your heart out.

 

 

Pata Negra

Address: 30 Clare Street, Bristol BS1

 

This Spanish style bottomless brunch is a little different to the others but thats why we love it. Pata Negra often runs its Spanish Sunday bottomless brunches, where the cava is free flowing and the tapas small plates are endless. Siesta’s all round afterwards.

 

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