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The Best Bottomless Brunch in Melbourne for a Boozy Day Out

Where the champagne flows freely and the glass is always (at least) half-full, these Melbourne’s best bottomless brunch spots have it all.

Lulu White
Lulu White

If lockdown has taught us anything it's that brunch just isn't the same without free-flowing booze. They say absence makes the heart grow fonder and after attempting and failing miserably to poach eggs more times than we care to admit, no truer words have ever been spoken. It's not every day that eggs benny takes a back seat to anything, but when endless breakfast beers and mid-morning mimosas are on the cards, tasty food really is just an added bonus. As we welcome back one of the city's most cherished past times; here are our top picks for the best bottomless brunches in Melbourne. 

The Vincent

Aptly named Strings and Spritz, this classy bottomless brunch comes complete with its own string duo to keep you entertained as you sip and feast to your heart's content for three hours. Bottomless bevvies are aplenty with Aperol, elderflower and hazel-lemon spritzes, wine and beer available. Dine on elevated sweet and savoury brunch items including almond hotcakes and a breakfast salad (more room for prosecco) as you sit perched below the beautiful floral-adored atrium. This is a boozy brunch fit for a queen.

Available Saturdays, $69 per person

12-3pm (3 hour session)

111 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park

Evie's Diner
Evie's Diner
Evie’s Disco Diner

Serving disco tunes and delicious vegan eats, Fitzroy’s buzzing 80s-themed diner will transport you to Stranger Things and back again, quicker than you can order a bloody Mary. Comfort food classics are the order of the day, and with meat and meat-free versions of brunch classics (plus all-you-can-drink wine, bubbles and mimosas) you know this is a brunch that doesn’t mess around. So, don your best disco get up and get top tapping to Evie’s epic 80’s tunes. 

Available Saturdays and Sundays, $59 for 1 brunch option + unlimited bubbles, mimosas or bloody Marys 

1.5 hours anytime between 11am-3pm

230-232 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy

House of Lulu White

This Barbie-pink brunch spot serves two bottomless options every day of the week. Yes, you heard us right. Every. Single. Day. Knockback unlimited rose sangria, espresso martinis, mimosas, and their rotating cocktail of the month, paired with a selection of tasty bites. The Original includes one meal from the Lulus 'BB' menu and 90 minutes of bottomless fun, and The Deluxe option lasts for 2 hours and you can dine on 8 chef-selected canapes.

Available Monday - Saturday from 8:00am and Sundays from 10:00am

$65 for 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails + one meal from menu

$85 for 2 hours of bottomless cocktails + grazing canapés 

4 Yarra Street, South Yarra 

Half Acre

With a standard 2-hour seating time for one of the best bottomless brunch in Melbourne, time is of the essence and no one knows this better than Half Acre. Put your bartending skills to the test with their DIY cocktail bar loaded with all your beloved brunch favourites. The food follows suit with their elevated New York-style buffet. Oh yeah, it also just happens to be one of the most beautiful venues around...

Saturdays, 10:30am - 12:30pm, 1pm - 3pm or 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Sundays, 11am-1pm, 1:30pm-3:30pm

$69 for 2 hours unlimited access to the buffet and DIY cocktail station

112 Munro Street, South Melbourne

Bodega Underground
Bodega Underground
Bodega Underground

Bodega Underground’s Bottomless Mexi-Brunch gets you 90 minutes of free-flowing boozy goodness every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On the drinks front – think Mexican cocktails like Bloody Marias (tequila instead of vodka) and Micheladas (beer spiked with citrus and spices.) The team serves an equally as tangy food offering made up of five courses of classics like ceviche, tortillas and of course, tacos for the spiciest and the best bottomless brunch in Melbourne.

Available Friday, Saturday, Sunday  (seating times 11:15am, 1:15pm, 3:15pm)

$69 for five courses + 90 minutes bottomless drinks

55 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

Bang Bang
Bang Bang
Bang Bang

An Asian fusion with a difference, Bang Bang’s boozy brunch is a taste sensation like no other. Offering a heady mix of French-Indochine cuisine, look forward to flavoursome plates of freshly shucked oysters with cucumber mignonette, Miang Kham with prawn, chicken drumettes, charred assam lamb ribs and French fries with roasted chilli, lime leaf and kewpie mayo and a few extras thrown on for good measure. But let’s not forget the drinks – this is a boozy offering after all. The cocktails are a particular highlight, so choose from two hours of bottomless bloody Marys, grAperol spritz, mimosas or Mountain ‘Goat’ Lager. 

Available Saturdays and Sundays, $65 for a snack menu + bottomless mimosas, spritz, wine, bubbles and beer

2 hours seatings  between 12pm-2pm and 2:30pm-4:30pm 

Minimum of 2pax 

294 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick

Magic Mountain
Magic Mountain
Magic Mountain

This slick saloon serves a moreish line-up of Thai-inspired treats alongside quirky cocktails, from morning, noon until night. Instead of the usual breakfast offenders, you’ll find tasty plates. And to quench your thirst, you’ll find a selection of ‘topless’ and ‘bottomless’ drinks including Hugo Spritz, sparkling, ale, cider and Brunch Mary with vodka, tomato and lemon juice, red wine reduction and Magic’s Pickle Mix. A trip to Magic Mountain is a must for one of the best bottomless brunch in Melbourne this summer.

Available Saturday from 11am, $45 for topless drinks (alcohol -free), $65 bottomless 

2 hours per sitting

62 Little Collins Street, Melbourne 

Photo Credit - Fargo and Co
Photo Credit - Fargo and Co
Fargo and Co

For a chic rooftop party vibe, Fargo and Co is pumping on weekends. You can book a table up-top to kick back with a DJ, a great view, and the best bottomless brunch in Melbourne's east – which comes with your poison of choice. This summer, their killer bottomless brunch turned pre-game takes you from day to night with their prime time Saturday evening seatings. Soak up the mimosas with a classic bacon and egg burger or feed the soul with one of their Korea Town Poke Bowls. 

Available Saturday and Sunday, 12pm-2pm and 3pm-5pm

$69 for 2 hours of bottomless mimosas, prosecco, house beer & brunch item of choice.

216 Swan Street, Richmond

The Smith
The Smith
The Smith’s Brunch with Soul

A serving of brunch with a side of soul. Every Saturday at The Smith Prahan, brunch is accompanied by a roaming gospel choir who serenade hungry brunchers with classic sing-a-long tunes. Sip on bottomless spritz and devour heavenly breakfast plates – choose from fluffy hotcakes and breakfast salads to steak sangas and smashed avo – this blessed brunch comes with all the trimmings. Halleluiah. 

Available every Saturday, $65pp for brunch + bottomless spritz, house wine, sparkling and house beer

2 hour seating, 11am-1pm or 2pm-4pm

213 High Street, Prahran

Photo Credit - Le Bon Ton
Photo Credit - Le Bon Ton
Le Bon Ton 

Go big or go home with Le Bon Ton's all-American BBQ style best bottomless brunch. With all your Southern-style favourites like  fried chicken sandwiches and smoked brisket breakfast sandwich to feast on - stretchy pants are a must. Round up the crew and indulge in 2 hours of endless cocktails and one of their ultimate comfort food menu options that will cure even the roughest of hangovers. 

Available Saturday and Sunday for 12pm, 1pm and 2pm seatings. 

$49 for 2 hours of food + drinks 

51 Gipps Street, Collingwood 

Has our list of best bottomless brunch Melbourne round-up defeated you? Or are you on the hunt for a weekend spot with a little more espresso and a little less martini?  Be sure to check out our ultimate guide to the best brunches around the city with premium coffee blends and new takes on brunch classics.