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The Best Bottomless Brunch in Melbourne for a Daytime Tipple

Where the bubbles and bites flow freely and the glass is always (at least) half-full, there’s a perfect bottomless brunch in Melbourne out there for you.

Golden Fleece Hotel

Brunch just isn't quite the same without free-flowing booze. It's not every day that something trumps digging into your favourite eggs benny at the cool new café, but when endless breakfast Spritzes and mid-morning mimosas are on the cards, tasty food really is just an added bonus.

Gather a group of friends and get involved in one of our city's most cherished past times, for these are our top picks for the best bottomless brunch in Melbourne.

Zero Mode

Zero Mode

Everything on the menu at Zero Mode is dangerously delicious, from the food to the drinks. Located in the Whitehorse Towers in Box Hill, you need to make sure you book if you want to get in, because the tables here are almost always full; after all, they have one of the best bottomless brunches in Melbourne.

Zero Mode serves an Asian fusion brunch fare that turns even the most casual catch ups into an occasion to remember. Selecting just one dish from the menu is near impossible, so we recommend going with some friends so you can all try a little of each other’s. Pick one from the menu and enjoy bottomless cocktails for two hours!

There are a range of cocktails on their bottomless brunch menu to choose from. Our personal favourites are the refreshing mojito, tequila sunrise, and passion mango (it tastes like a breakfast smoothie...but more fun.

G03/850 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill

Golden Fleece Hotel

Golden Fleece Hotel

Welcome to Golden Fleece Hotel, an enchanting oasis in the heart of South Melbourne, where the spirit of Santorini comes to life. Immerse yourself in a Mediterranean paradise offering bottomless cocktails, Greek-inspired cuisine, and vibrant rooftop parties.

With intimate booths and the most quixotic rooftop in town, it's the perfect spot for bottomless brunch in Melbourne. Embrace a flash getaway by grazing on a glorious mezze plate whilst enjoying endless cocktails with friends for 1.5 hours. It's all Aperol Spritzes and dolmades and sunshine no matter the forecast outside aka a little Mediterranean magic right here in Melbourne. 


Sundays at 3.00pm

120 Montague Street, South Melbourne

St Martins Cafe

St Martins Cafe

This boozy brunch offering is seriously good value. Head to Brighton to St Martins Cafe, where you and your besties can choose any dish off the menu and pair it with bottomless cocktails the likes of Tommy's Margaritas, Bloody Mary's, Aperol Spritz, sparkling watermelon spritz, Mimosas, and select beer and wine. Food wise, the eggs benny and chilli scramble are both elite choices.


Saturdays and Sundays, 12.00pm to 3.00pm

116 Martin Street, Brighton



Say hello to Chadstone's dreamy Cityfields - and to its fancy boozy brunch, the perfect addition to everyone's weekend plans!

This large and unique all-day food and drink destination infuses the ambiance of a classic brasserie with the flirty vibes of a Euro house party.

Cheers merrily with unlimited seasonal cocktails, wines, prosecco and beer, and settle in over a selection of Chef's Favourites. That includes pillowy sourdough focaccia, buffalo mozzarella and a smoked heirloom tomato salad with fresh basil, wood roasted chicken with a fennel and olive salad, shoestring fries and a smoked garlic aioli. In short, it's completely delicious - and fantastic value for money. 

Selection of Chef’s Favourites for $59.00, and unlimited Cocktails, Wine, Prosecco, Beer and more for $29.00

Saturdays and Sundays, two hour sessions from 11.00am to 4.00pm

1341 Dandenong Road, Chadstone

Left Bank Melbourne

Left Bank Melbourne

This Melbourne bottomless brunch offers not only great food and booze, but also a wonderful vibe. Located on Southbank boulevard, you and your friends can take in the atmosphere, watch people go by and enjoy the riverside view as you sip on unlimited cocktail jugs and dive into their brunch menu. Not feeling a morning drink? Left Bank's bottomless brunch also is available for afternoon and twilight sessions. 

Price varies depending on booking time, see website for more details

Every Saturday, 11.30am, 2.00pm and 4.30pm, two hour sessions

Every Sunday, 11.30am and 2.00pm, two hour sessions

1 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank

Louey's Bar & Kitchen

Follow the warm glow and good vibes to Louey’s, an Italian American inspired bar and kitchen located in St Kilda’s iconic Espy Hotel. Splashes of neon, luxe red leather booths, soft lighting and a disco ball that drops from the ceiling when the DJ ups the volume await. Louey’s radiates fun, food and frivolity, especially during its 'Pick of the Brunch' Saturdays. Over two sessions, you get to call the shots with their live music duo, who take all song requests, as you indulge in a selection of brunch items and free-flowing wine and spritz. There's even a fancy cocktail on arrival. 

Live music, Italian feasting and free flowing wine and spritz – what more can you want? Grab your friends, colleagues or partner and go on and feel the luxe Italiana love at Louey's. 

$79 per person

Saturdays, 12.00pm to 2pm, 2.30pm to 4.30pm

11 The Esplanade, St Kilda

Rice Queen

Rice Queen

Happiness is a Saturday bottomless brunch session with friends...and nowhere does it better than Rice Queen. Enjoy Pan-Asian plates all designed for sharing, alongside refreshing cocktail jugs, a signature cocktail and plenty of beers and wines. Highlights include the prawn toast and roti bread (because carbs are decidedly necessary at a bottomless affair). The beef Pad Thai is also excellent, but there are also plenty of vegan options available. 

$69 per person 

Saturdays, 12.00pm and 2.30pm sessions, running for one hour and 45 minutes 

389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy 



Snack away your Saturday afternoon with small plates that are perfect for sharing at the newly refined seafood hotspot that is Neptune. Add endless booze for the duration of your 'Saturday Aperitivo' reservation and you've got yourself one seriously elegant bottomless brunch in Melbourne. 

$40 per person, $45 for unlimited booze

Two hour sessions on Saturdays, 12.00pm to 4.00pm

212 High Street, Windsor 


Yakimono 'Sip and Setto'

In the mood for a boozy, flame-driven feast you won’t forget in a hurry? Yakimono have  got you sorted with their newly supercharged Sip & Setto offering, now available as a bottomless brunch and lunch every day of the week.

Round up the crew and join in on the fiery fun; this vibrant CBD hotspot is here to make your day with a series of tasty Yaki favourites, including chicken karaage, a spicy tuna Hako, yuzu pork gyozas, BBQ corn ribs and pork tonkatsu, plus 90 minutes of bottomless sips. Think craft beer, wine, and some lush cocktails, from their Kiko Highball to a Passionfruit Spritz. 

This epic spread is one of the best new bottomless brunch Melbourne offerings for the summer, and is available for tables of two or more, with bookings and walk-ins welcome. 

$66 per person

Every Friday to Sunday, 12.00pm to 4.00pm

80 Collins Street, Melbourne



Get ready to brunch, sip, and sashay the day away at Hotel Harlow - it's one of the best spots for bottomless brunch in Melbourne. 

What happens at Harlow, stays at Harlow, so get ready to roll the dice and immerse yourself in a world of unforgettable entertainment. From iconic drag queen entertainment to cocktails and city views in the rooftop marquee, every moment is a spectacle to behold.

Indulge in an endless extravaganza, offering 2 hours of free-flowing beverages and a delectable brunch item of your choice, all for just $79 per person. The schnitty's are must-try, best paired with the Viva Vasilopita Martini or Pink Hibiscus Spritz. 

$79 per person

Two hour-long sessions on Saturdays, 11.30am or 2.30pm & Sundays, 1.00pm

447 Church Street, Richmond

Bodega Undergound

Bodega Undergound

If you’re looking for the OG Melbourne bottomless brunch, this is it. We’re talking 90 minutes of Mexi-brunch at its finest, found with in the colourful Bodega Underground, featuring fried chicken, ceviche, birria quesa tacos and churros accompanied with an extensive list of Mexican inspired cocktails. Being 100% gluten free, and offering an alternate vegan menu plus non-alcoholic drinks, this place has something to please everyone in the group. 

$75 per person (includes five courses)

Friday, Saturday and Sunday with sittings at 11.00am, 1.00pm and 3.00pm

55 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne 

Le Bon Ton

Le Bon Ton

A weekend brunch is always a good idea, so you best round up a group of your finest and head to Collingwood’s New Orleans-inspired bar and restaurant, Le Bon Ton. Indulge in endless cocktails for two hours, including mimosas, highballs and hurricanes, and choose one item from their special American brunch menu. Be right back, we're drooling over the brisket sandwich with American cheddar. It is an event that will certainly satisfy your BBQ cravings, and it's definitely one to tick off your bottomless brunch in Melbourne bucket list.

Sitchu Tip: Throw in some onion rings with jerk seasoning or a bowl of crispy hot fries on the side and call it a cure for the Sunday scaries. 

$69 per person

Saturday and Sunday at 12.00pm, 1.00pm and 2.00pm

51 Gipps Street, Collingwood 



While it’s technically not brunch, we still think Firebird's ‘Endless Lunch’ is worth banging on about. Serving up French Vietnamese food with flair, you can expect endless helpings of grilled oysters and squid noodles, along with other delicious plates on offer like charcoal free-range chicken with burnt nuoc cham. Need we say more?

Add on the endless booze option for $35pp to pair your meal with French sparkling, house beers or the Passiona Spritz cocktail for the ultimate long and leisurely lunch experience that you wish would actually never end.

Available every weekend for $59 per person (includes oysters and frites) + $39 per person for booze

Two hour sittings

223 High Street, Prahran

Hotel Jesus

Hotel Jesus

Your bottomless brunch in Melbourne plans are well and truly sorted with this one. A tantalising Mexican spread at Collingwood’s adored Hotel Jesus. Yes, please! Vibrant décor, upbeat vibes and free flowing cocktails - sounds like the recipe to a perfect weekend to us.

Gather up your friends and treat yourselves to the famous Hotel Jesus brunch banquet, complete with moreish street corn ‘esquites’, tostadas and chef’s choice tacos (delicious, hand pressed tortillas, we see you).

Of course, it wouldn’t be a boozy Mex-fused brunch without the addition of unlimited mimosas, frozen grapefruit margaritas, sangria and beer. 

Friday through Sunday, $75 per person

90-minute sittings, 12.00pm and 2.00pm

174 Smith Street, Collingwood

Assembly Ground


Essendon's AssemblyGround doesn't want your bottomless brunch to be dictated by the time of the day. So, they've introduced the Boujee Brunch and offered it all day for 1.5 hour sessions on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Choose any item from the full menu, and sip on your choice of cocktails, bubbly, wine or beer. Did someone say chilli scramble, Biscoff rhubarb porridge and jam donut hotcakes? Count us in!

You can also simplify it with their classic bottomless option, where you can choose from fritters, chunky avo on toast, French toast or chicken tacos alongside bottomless mimosas, Aperol spritz, bubbly, wine or beer. Delish!

Fridays to Sundays; Boujee Brunch is $79 per person, Classic Bottomless is $59 per person; non-alcoholic options available upon request

90-minute sittings

104 Fletcher Street, Essendon

The Commons Collective

The Commons Collective

Enjoy two hours of unlimited bubbles, wine, beer or cocktails accompanied by a set menu of indulgent eats in the Insta-worthy Rose Garden at The Commons Collective. Choose one main meal, with added fresh bread and dips to share, plus an unlimited selection of drinks for two hours. With menu items on offer like the Absolut Vodka rigatoni with a creamy tomato and ricotta sugo, a classic burger Royale or waffles with seasonal fruit and mascarpone, you’ll be well fed and ready to enjoy the free flowing cocktails spanning from limoncello spritz to the classic, and very brunch appropriate espresso martini. 

Get a group of friends together and book a brunch or evening sitting and soak up the stunning atmosphere of the Rose Garden over a cocktail or two.

Available every weekend, $70 per person

Saturdays 12.00 to 2.00pm or 5.00pm to 7.00pm, Sundays 11.00 am to 1.00pm or 3.00 pm to 5.00pm

17 Moubray Street, Melbourne

Mammas Boy Trattoria

Mamma’s Boy Trattoria

Bottomless gnocchi and cocktails - this is not a drill. Run, don’t walk, to Mamma’s Boy Trattoria in Brunswick for your cure to the Sunday scaries. Enjoy two hours of unlimited handmade gnocchi slathered in slow cooked lamb ragu, Napoli, truffle mushroom or spinach sauce, and maybe the most exciting part of all - unlimited garlic bread!

And in the name of bottomless brunching, you will of course be able to wash down your unlimited gnocchi with jugs of delicious cocktails, including Aperol spritz, mojitos and tropical punch. This heaven sent offering is available on Sundays only, with the two hour sittings spanning from 11am - 7.30pm. There’s gluten free and vegan options on offer too, so you best make the public service announcement to the group chat and book in for a well deserved end-of-the-weekend treat. 

$75 per person, 2 hour sittings

Sundays, 11.00am, 2.00pm, 5.00pm & 7.30pm

6/10 Tripovich Street, Brunswick

Half Acre

With new head chef Dean Little leading the charge, there’s all the more reason to visit the iconic bottomless buffet at Half Acre which has had a little makeover. The elevated brunch buffet experience which is unlike anything else in Melbourne now includes cocktails - hallelujah! Indulge in the standard two hour seating of ‘Feast and Flow’ which showcases both sweet and savoury seasonal brunch plates cooked via Half Acre’s authentic wood fired techniques. Upgrade to ‘The Flow’ package for an extra $29pp and enjoy two hours of unlimited cocktails, local prosecco, wine or mocktails. Lychee sours and grapefruit Aperol spritzes, yes please! What are you waiting for? 

Saturdays & Sundays, from 10:00am to 5:30pm, two hour sittings

‘Feast’ $69 per person for two hours unlimited access to the buffet, upgrade to ‘Feast & Flow’ for an additional $29 per person

112 Munro Street, South Melbourne

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 Mary's, Aperol spritz, mimosas or Mountain ‘Goat’ Lager. 

Available Saturdays and Sundays, $59 per person for a snack menu + bottomless mimosas, spritz, wine, bubbles and beer. Feeling boujee? Add free flowing French Champagne and French Rose to your experience for an extra $45 per person. 

12.00pm to 2.00pm, 2:30pm to 4:30pm, two hour sittings

294 Glenhuntly Road, Elsternwick

Magic Mountain Saloon

Magic Mountain

Slick saloon Magic Mountain has a new brunch club worth joining, a weekend escape spread out across its three levels, involving a moreish line-up of Thai-inspired treats alongside quirky cocktails.

It provides the perfect cosy corner for a catch up with an old friend, or long, banquet-style share tables to get all the gang together. Enjoy Magic’s resident DJs, while being served by their fun, friendly, experienced team.

Instead of the usual breakfast offenders, you’ll find tasty plates like garlic chive dumplings, crispy BBQ chicken skewers and a prawn tom yum. To quench your thirst, you’ll find a selection of ‘topless’ and ‘bottomless’ drinks including hard rose pink lemonade and Aperol spritz, a snappy sangria and a virgin lychee martini. A trip to Magic Mountain truly is a must do experience for one of the best bottomless brunches in Melbourne.

Saturdays and Sundays, 11.30am to 1.00pm, starting from $65 per person including food and drinks

Two hour sittings, bookings essential

62 Little Collins Street, Melbourne 

Fargo & Co

Fargo and Co

For a chic rooftop bar 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, of course. No matter the season, Fargo's killer bottomless brunch turned pre-game takes you from day to night with their prime-time Saturday evening seating. Soak up the mimosas with a McMuff - Barramundi bacon on an English muffin with cheddar, soft egg, and caviar hollandaise (hot tip, add the salt bush hashbrown for an extra $2) or a chicken schnitzel with slaw and a caper and preserved lemon salsa. 

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

$75 per person on Saturdays (featuring in-house DJs) and $70 per person on Sundays (recovery session) for two hours of bottomless mimosas, prosecco, seasonal cocktail jugs, house beer & brunch item of choice.

216 Swan Street, Richmond

The Smith

The Smith’s Brunch with Soul

A serving of brunch with a side of soul. Every Saturday at The Smith’s Prahran, 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. Hallelujah. 

Rather pop in on a Sunday? The Smith likes to keep things interesting and have a rotating roster of bottomless brunch themes. On Sunday, you can expect a fun, exciting drag show as you sip on spritzes, wines, beers and mocktails while you're entertained by some of Melbourne's best drag queens.

Brunch With Soul every Saturday, $70 per person, 11.00am and 1.00pm for a two hour sitting

Drag Brunch every Sunday, $74 per person, 12.00pm and 3.00pm for a two hour sitting

213 High Street, Prahran

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 guides to the best brunches and best coffee spots around the city. 

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