14 Best Bottomless Brunch In Sydney We Love 2023 Guide
If you haven’t been to a bottomless brunch in Sydney, you are in for a real treat! More and more restaurants are popping up with bottomless brunch offerings which typically include some share plates and bottomless drinks packages for 1.5 to 2 hours.
‘Bottomless’ usually only refers to the drinks, rather than unlimited food too, but some places do offer all-you-can-eat food to help line the stomach too! Don’t be put off by the ‘brunch’ part – most of these brunches can take place any time between 11am and 4pm and some venues also offer evening bottomless packages.
Given drinks can be pretty expensive, organising a bottomless brunch in Sydney is a great way to keep costs down for a fun afternoon of day drinking! Just make sure to clear your evening schedule for afterwards, as you may not be totally functioning after trying to get your money’s worth on the drinks!
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Bottomless brunch tips
If you’ve not invested in the popular bottomless brunch in Sydney yet, here are some tips you need to know before you go. You will find some venues are more generous with their offerings than others .
Some venues will offer unlimited cocktails, whilst some will just include house wine or beer.
Similarly, some restaurants will give you bottles of wine or bottomless bubbles for you to self-pour, whereas others will be strict on waiting for you to finish your first drink before they let you order the next so it’s always good to check with someone who has been before depending on what kind of day you are after.
We have put together a list of some of the best bottomless brunches for you to try in and around Sydney for all budgets and occasions.
1. Sip Bottomless Rosé in the Secret Garden at Bondi Hardware, Bondi
Tucked away at the back of Bondi Hardware is a Secret Garden which offers exclusive hire for groups. You can plug in your own music to their speaker and have free reign of the garden for your bottomless lunch. You’ll only be disturbed for a drink top-up (typically served as jugs of rosé sangria or bottles of rosé) or delivery of the delicious share plates! Make sure you check out our Best Bondi Restaurants Guide to help you discover some new places to eat!
Food: Sharing plates including corn chips and dips, wood-baked chicken and sweet potato fries Drinks: Bottomless rosé or Rosé sangria Cost: $75 per person for two hours (min. 4 people)
2. Frosé your way at Untied, Barangaroo
Untied’s ‘Brunch with Soul‘ is easily one of my favourite bottomless brunches in Sydney. Located in the chic Barangaroo, Untied is an outdoor rooftop bar in Sydney, making it a great spot for a summer bottomless brunch.
You wont be disappointed by the self-service frosé bar (think boozy slush puppy!), with several different flavours and toppings to choose from including gummy bears and berries! However, the highlight of the afternoon is the live singers who weave between the tables with dancing very much encouraged.
Food: Sharing plates including pitta and hummus, shitake mushrooms and southern fried chicken Drinks: Bottomless cocktails (incl. aperol and mimosas), beer, wine and frosé Cost: $79 per person for two hours
3. Up your Instagram Game at The Botanica, Vaucluse
Dubbed ‘Sydney’s Prettiest Restaurant’, you can seriously up your Instagram game at The Botanica in Vaucluse, this new exclusive bottomless brunch spot in Vaucluse. The Botanica’s philosophy centres around local growers and farmers, offering ethically sourced farm-to-table dishes.
This is the perfect spot for a girly celebration – hens, baby shower or birthday party.
There is also a day spa and massage parlour as part of The Botanica complex so you could spend a full day relaxing and indulging.
Food: Seasonal bottomless brunch menu (a la carte) with all the breakfast classics Drinks: Bottomless prosecco, wine and spritz or upgrade to Veuve Cliquot champagne (Additional cost) Cost: Two hour drinks package – $55 or $95 for free flowing champagne upgrade (food payable separately)
4. Free flowing cocktails at Bondi’s only distillery, Bondi Liquor Co, Bondi Beach
It’s no surprise that Bondi’s first and only distillery, Bondi Liquor Co, serves up some of the best cocktails in Sydney but their food is also delicious. Run by three mates, this is a lovely little spot set back away from the chaos of the beach but with open frontage to enjoy the afternoon sun and bottomless mimosas! The gin making masterclasses and ‘Gin and Comic’ comedy nights are also not to be missed.
Food: Share plates Drinks: Gin and vodka (mixers or jugs), bottomless mimosas, wine and beer or upgrade to cocktails (Additional cost) Cost: $70 per person for two hours + $20 per person to upgrade to bottomless cocktails
5. Transport yourself to the Amalfi Coast at Fratelli Fresh, Various Locations
Available every day of the week at various locations across Sydney, Fratelli Fresh’s ‘Festa Italiana’ is definitely one of the best value for money options with Aperol Spritz and Espresso Martinis included in the standard bottomless package.
The staff are quick to top you up and don’t bat an eyelid at you lining up drinks before the first one is finished – highly recommend!
Food: Three course Italian feast including antipasti, pizza, pasta and gelato Drinks: Bottomless wine and beer, Aperol Spritz and Espresso Martini Cost: $85 per person
6. Soak up the Views at The Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney CBD
Indulge in a seriously decadent High Tea at one of Sydney’s finest hotels, the Shangri-La. Located on Level 36, the High Tea at Altitude, has one of the best harbour views you will find.
You will be treated to a traditional three-tier afternoon tea complete with delicious scones and clotted cream, something which is very hard to find in Sydney! Make sure to request a window seat to soak in the spectacular views of the bridge and opera house. If you’re looking for more options, check out our guide for the Best High Tea In Sydney.
Food: Three tiers of high tea, sweet and savoury Drinks: Free flowing sparkling wine Cost: $104 per person on weekday or $124 on weekends for two hour sitting
7. Host a Mexican Fiesta at Carbón, Bondi
Renowned for its excellent Taco Tuesday, the best Mexican restaurant in Bondi is called Carbón which serves unlimited tacos, bottomless margaritas and bottomless rosé, every weekend. With the world record number of tacos eaten in less than 10 minutes sitting at 82 tacos, this seems extremely good value for money…
Food: Unlimited tacos Drinks: Unlimited bottomless margaritas, bottomless rosé and mexican beer Cost: $85 per person for 1.5 hours
8. Indulge in Middle Eastern Cuisine at Nour, Surry Hills
Nour in Surry Hills is a little more fancy than your traditional bottomless brunch in Sydney, attracting a more sophisticated clientele.
We found the drinks service to be a little slow compared to other bottomless brunches, only managing to drink around three cocktails in the 1.5 hours but the food was absolutely delicious and more than compensated for the drinks. Next time, I would probably just buy a bottle of wine rather than choosing a bottomless package.
Food: Set brunch menu of Lebanese share plates, Banquet Menu or Signature Banquet Menu Drinks: Bottomless margaritas, rosé and beer Cost: Banquet Menu ($89pp) or Signature Menu ($119pp) + $39pp for rosé and beer or $54pp for cocktails including espresso martinis and aperol spritz (1.5 hour package)
9. Roll off the beach into Salty’s, Bondi
Located right on the front of Bondi Beach, Salty’s Surf Bar in Bondi is the perfect spot for a fun afternoon after a day on the beach. You’ll be greeted with a Classic Margarita on arrival after which the drinks and the food keep flowing.
You can take your pick of tap beers, wine and even seltzers along with nine (yes – nine!) courses of delicious sharing plates to help line the stomach.
Salty’s often have live music to get the evening started, including their resident saxophonist which will get everyone on the dance floor so you can stay here all evening if you want to or head to Hotel Ravesis next door to carry on the party.
Food: 9-course sharing menu Drinks: Classic margaritas on arrival plus bottomless beer, wine and seltzers Cost: $99 per person (2 hours)
10. Soulful Saturdays at Bopp & Tone, Sydney CBD
This Sydney CBD restaurant offers something a little different. Reflecting the post-WW2 era, Bopp & Tone oozes opulence with the 6-course tasting menu including buffalo mozzarella, lamb cutlets and sirloin and the live soul music playing whilst you dine. Check out our guide for the Best Breakfasts in Sydney so you can find some new places to eat next weekend.
Food: 6-course shared menu Drinks: Bottomless bubbles, mimosas and beers Cost: $110 person or upgrade to the Taittinger package for $175 per person (2 hours)
11. Brunch harbourside at HYDE Hacienda, Sydney CBD
If you’re looking to brunch with a view, then look no further than HYDE Hacienda. Located just above Circular Quay, you will get spectacular views of the Harbour Bridge to accompany your bottomless rosé lunch. Hyde are renowned for their bars and restaurants across the world including LA, Miami and Las Vegas so this will be a bottomless brunch to remember!
Food: Tapas-style South American share plates Drinks: Unlimited rosé Cost: $99 per person for two hours
12. Sink Margaritas at Donnys New York inspired bar, Manly
Inspired by New York loft style bars, Donnys is the perfect spot for a rainy day or date night. In keeping with the American theme, Donnys has a ‘Cali Feast’ pop-up kitchen, serving up delicious Southern California street food. You can wash down your street food tacos with bottomless margs from their extensive Tequila & Mezcal menu.
Food: Sharing tacos Drinks: Free flowing margaritas Cost: $75 per person for 1 hour 45 mins
13. Brunch with your pooch at Bloody Marys, Potts Point
Bloody Marys prides itself on being the home of the bottomless brunch. Half indoor, half outdoor, this is the perfect bottomless lunch spot for a sunny day. Offering a drinks only package, you can choose your food off the a la carte menu.
Even better, furry friends are welcome too! If you’re looking for other dog-friendly cafes in Sydney, check out our 20 Best Dog Cafes in Sydney article for other venues.
Food: A la Carte, Modern Australian (breakfast, burgers, pizza, steak… the list goes on) Drinks: Mimosas, Bloody Marys or Sparkling wine Cost: $59 for Mimosas or Bloody Marys, $69 for sparkling wine (2 hour package, food payable separately)
14. Sip natural wines at Odd Culture, Newtown
If you’re a fan of natural wines, you’re probably already familiar with Pet-Nat organic wines by Jumping Juice and now there is a bottomless brunch spot dedicated to their fabulous wine offering.
Odd Culture in Newtown is serving up a bit of a rouge sharing brunch menu with your choice of four Pet-Nat varieties. You can also chuck in some oysters to up the brunch game! Odd Culture have nailed their brief of becoming a hospitality venue with food and drinks you’ll actually enjoy at venues you feel at home in. Discover much more by checking out our Best Things To Do In Newtown guide.
Food: Sharing brunch including toast, egg mayo and steak. Oysters available at extra cost. Drinks: Pet-nat wines or bottomless mimosas Cost: $85 per person for two hours of bottomless
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This article is written by Londoner In Sydney resident writer, Lucy Timperley.
Hi, I’m Lucy, originally from Manchester, UK! I was lucky enough to be able to swap London life for Bondi’s beaches in 2019. I love exploring as many places in Australia as possible and have become an avid hiker since moving to Sydney. Follow me on Instagram: @lucytimperley