Best places to get bottomless brunch in Leeds

Updated: Dec 16, 2020

Does anyone remember when bottomless brunches became a ‘thing’?


Not that we're complaining, of course. There’s no better way to spend a birthday than drinking bottomless Prosecco and cocktails accompanied by a smidgen of food.


So, where are the best places for bottomless brunch in Leeds?


Dirty Martini, King St, Leeds


For £30 per person, you can get an endless stream of G&Ts, martinis and Prosecco with some food on the side. Let’s be honest though, the food isn’t really what we’re going for.


However, a word of warning about the bottomless brunch food at Dirty Martini - there isn’t much of it. So, we’d recommend having something a bit more substantial an hour or two before brunching. Other than that, the drinks flow seamlessly and the place is usually packed so there’s a pretty good atmosphere!


Neighbourhood, Greek Street, Leeds


If you’re hoping for more of a ‘substantial meal’ (2020 banter) then Neighbourhood is the place for you. For £35 per person, you can get any item off their regular brunch menu. Drinks-wise, you get your tipple choice including unlimited Gin, Vodka, Prosecco, Beer and seasonal cocktails.


It’s safe to say that, for the price, the Neighbourhood bottomless brunch more than delivers. The brunch meals are proper portions and if you don’t fancy some avocado and eggs, they even have full burger meals - fries and all. The atmosphere is Neighbourhood is more like one of those bar/club crossovers so if you’re hoping for a quiet one, this might not be your best choice.



Manahatta, Merrion Street, Leeds


For any Leeds local, you’ll know that Merrion Street is having a bit of a moment. Alongside Greek Street and Call Lane, Merrion Street is the new place to be on a Friday or Saturday night in Leeds.


Manahatta, which has three bars in Leeds alone, offers a cheaper bottomless brunch for those looking to save a few pennies. For £27.95 (such a random amount), you can celebrate any occasion with the help of unlimited Prosecco, Bloody Mary’s, Aperol Spritzes and pints of Coors. Just like Neighbourhood, the Manahatta bottomless brunch lets you choose any item from the brunch menu to go with your boozing.


The brunch menu at Manahtta is a little more classic brunch with buttermilk pancakes, hash’s and everyone's favourite, poached eggs and avocado.


Revolucion de Cuba, Call Lane, Leeds


We all know that most basic bitch nights in Leeds end up in Revs de Cuba. But, did you know they also do bottomless brunch?


For £30, you get all your usual brunch necessities. Plus, if you go between 11 am and 12:30 pm, you can brunch for a fiver less at £25. You get a pretty good selection of drinks with the Revolucion de Cuba bottomless brunch including:

  • Bloody Mary

  • Strawberry Daiquiri

  • Pint of Mahou

  • Prosecco

  • Aperol Spritz

  • Spanish Shandy

  • Love Daiq-tually

On the food front, you’ve got a Spanish themed brunch going on with things like breakfast burritos and Chorizo hash. So, you’re getting a good amount of food to line your stomach which is the key to surviving any bottomless brunch.


Bar Soba, Greek Street, Leeds


Back over on everyone's favourite, Greek Street, Bar Soba does a cracking bottomless brunch. The best bit about the Bar Soba bottomless brunch is that you get two price packages. The first is £25 per person with food and unlimited Prosecco and beer.


However, if you fancy hitting the cocktails, you can pay an extra fiver and for £30 per person get free-flowing cocktails including Soba Gin Fizz, Drumstick, Zombie Punch and Aperol Spritz.


The food at Bar Soba feeds your mid-brunch cravings with the likes of Pan-Asian dishes like katsu curry and pad Thai.

There you have it, just a handful of some of the best places for bottomless brunch in Leeds!