Liverpool certainly knows how to do bottomless brunches – and there is more to them than just unlimited prosecco.
From the Sunday roast dinner, mimosa cocktails and saxophonist at Mason’s to the Chinese dishes, free-flowing fizz and drag entertainment at Lu Ban, the themes couldn’t be more different.
And this Christmas we’re seriously spoilt for choice. There are bottomless experiences such as The Grinch-inspired brunch at Revolution, while restaurants like Ma Boyle’s are offering festive food with drinks poured non-stop.
We have selected some of the best bottomless brunches available in Liverpool. Refill anyone?
A firm favourite with brunchers, Mason’s offers tasty plates with bottomless drinks every weekend.
The bottomless brunch menu includes Mason’s benedict, eggs and avocado, chicken and waffle, ‘hangover hash’, toasted sourdough bruschetta or a brunch burger.
There are also flatbreads, or the perfect combination of buttermilk pancakes with prosecco, priced at £35 per person for 90 minutes.
Of course, prosecco is not the only bottomless option, there’s Mason’s mimosa, beer or wine too.
On Sundays, the Seel Street venue offers a roast dinner as part of the brunch – ideal for the festive season.
And there’s a live DJ and saxophonist to entertain guests, which adds to the atmosphere.
Bottomless brunch can be booked from 12 to 4pm. Visit masonsliverpool.co.uk
Nearest station: Liverpool Central
Drag queens, cocktails and Chinese food…bottomless brunch at Lu Ban is a lively affair.
And when there’s not a drag artist on, there is a DJ – so guests go for the atmosphere as well as the food.
There’s a time limit of 90 minutes for brunch, which includes Chinese dishes by executive chef Dave Critchley and his team, alongside the Lu Ban cocktail and beer, jasmine tea, wine and prosecco.
Examples include spring rolls, Chinese mushroom and pak choi dumpling, Tianjin stir fried noodles, siu mai and roasted meat.
The restaurant, based in the Cains Brewery Village, offers gluten-free and vegan alternatives.
Bottomless brunch is £39.50 on Saturdays from 12 to 2.30pm and Sundays 12 to 5.30pm.
More information at lubanrestaurant.co.uk
Nearest station: Brunswick
Head to Hafla Hafla for street food inspired by the Middle East and bottomless drinks.
The Lark Lane eatery serves shakshuka, which are slow cooked for at least six hours and served with fresh house za’atar pitta.
There’s also a selection of twists on classic brunch dishes such as The Full Hafla – their take on the full English breakfast.
Brunch is served from 10am to 1pm every Saturday and Sunday.
Priced at £30 per person, the bottomless option is any brunch dish plus prosecco, lager or spritz for 90 minutes.
Bottomless drinks also include bloody mary and mimosa to help get the party started, which is fitting as the restaurant’s name means ‘party party’ in Arabic.
Go to haflahafla.com.
Nearest station: St Michaels
Jimmy’s festive bottomless brunch is available every Saturday from 10am to 3pm throughout December.
The Bold Street venue, opposite St Luke’s Bombed Out Church, offers a main and selected bottomless drinks.
For £35 per person, the bottomless Christmas brunch menu includes dishes such as 'Turkey Hammer' and 'Pig in Blanket Dog'.
Other options are the 'Brisket Bun and Meat Tinsel', baked camembert and beetroot wellington.
Enjoy bottomless drinks including Jimmy’s lager, prosecco, gin and tonic and pornstar martini.
Nearest station: Liverpool Central
Ma Boyle’s bottomless Christmas menu will be focused around a traditional three-course festive feast.
Tucked away off Water Street, Ma’s is a cosy spot to tuck into a hearty roast dinner with the option to add plenty of drinks.
Favourites include spiced carrot and parsnip soup, roast turkey or beef with pigs in blankets, and sticky toffee pudding with a Christmas twist.
The Christmas meal with bottomless drinks costs £55 per person and will run daily from 12 to 10pm until Christmas Eve.
Drinks include prosecco, mulled wine, cider, craft beer and flavoured bellini for 1 hour 45 minutes.
There’s a £10 deposit per guest and food must be selected in advance.
For more menus visit www.maboyles.com.
Nearest station: Moorfields for Northern line services or James Street for Wirral line services.
Liberte on Brunswick Street will offer a Christmas bottomless brunch this winter.
The festive brunch includes two courses and bottomless beer, wine or prosecco for £40 per person.
The venue, set overlooking the Three Graces, also has its usual bottomless brunch available Thursday to Sunday from 12 to 5.30pm.
Dishes inspired by Pan Asian style food are served alongside beer, wine or prosecco for £35 per person for 90 minutes.
Guests can choose a main course such as Liberte house curry, katsu chicken burger, pan fried sea bass or drunken noodles with vegetables.
Book at liberteliverpool.com/restaurant
Nearest station: James Street for Wirral line services or Moorfields for Northern line services.