How to find the best bottomless brunch in Bath (2024 guide)

Whether you’re living in Bath or are visiting the beautiful historical city for a few days, you might be wondering where to find the best bottomless brunch in Bath. 

Nowadays, there’s an abundance of restaurants offering this fantastic deal, where you can enjoy a main (usually breakfast-themed, although not always!) and unlimited drinks. 

I lived in Bath for a year and am still lucky enough to visit the city frequently, so I’ve tried lots of brunches out in the city!

Using my city knowledge and passion for all things bottomless brunch-related, I’ve put together this list of fabulous venues in Bath offering a boozy brunch!

What is bottomless brunch? 

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Bottomless brunch is a meal, typically served during the weekend, that includes unlimited prosecco or other alcohol and soft drinks. 

Historically, it came with one breakfast-style meal, such as eggs benedict or a boujie fry up – although you can generally enjoy bottomless brunch until around 6:00 pm. 

However, nowadays you’ll find that lots of restaurants have put their own spin on bottomless brunches.

These Bath establishments offer anything from Caribbean burgers to a vegan garden breakfast – all served with bottomless drinks of course! 

Does that sound like your kinda thing?

If so, let’s delve into Bath’s best bottomless brunches.

Best bottomless brunch in Bath

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Here are the best restaurants serving bottomless brunch in Bath.

I lived in the city for a year, so have visited many of them personally, and others come highly recommended by friends!

The Botanist

  • When? Fridays and Saturdays, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • How much? £37.00 per head
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 632577.
  • Google maps link
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A popular gastropub that’s known for its fruity yet floral cocktails and nature-inspired interior, The Botanist is probably my favourite brunch spot in Bath.

However, their bottomless brunch offerings are a little different.

You can build your own bespoke brunch board with items like candied maple smoked bacon, plant-based Cumberland sausage, acai berry protein smoothie, carrot cake overnight oats and mini hash browns. 

Five options are included in the cost £15.95 cost, and if you want to upgrade to include bottomless drinks it’s an extra £15.95. 

You can also add on any extra food options for £3. Perfect if you need just a little more food to line the stomach, but don’t want to add on a whole extra meal or side!

Drinks include bottomless beer, various spritzes or prosecco. 

Turtle bay

  • When? Every day, with the last sitting being at 3:00 pm on Sunday to Friday and 5:00 pm Saturday. 
  • How much? From £31.50 per head.
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 444052.
  • Google maps link

Turtle Bay is a chain restaurant, but it does a mean bottomless brunch (as well as some great cocktails!) and is a fab place to meet up with your mates or even visit on a Saturday date day. 

If you’re a fan of the Caribbean atmosphere and delicious food and drinks of Turtle Bay, then this is the ideal opportunity to enjoy as much of it as possible, for a great-value price! 

All cocktails are included in the £31.50 rate – so you can enjoy as many of them, plus red stripe beer, mocktails, soft drinks and hot drinks, as you can squeeze in in two hours. 

If you need a cocktail recommendation, I love jumbled juleps! 

Food-wise, enjoy dishes like the Big Kingston Grill Down, which is a Jamaican-inspired fry-up with jerk bacon and sausages, or the vegan option with curried chickpeas and sweet plantain.

Other options include the yardbird which is a roti, or smashed avo with poached eggs. 

Is there something that you really like on the Turtle Bay normal menu?

You’re in luck, as for a small extra cost you can upgrade to any of their mains. 

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Aqua Restaurant

  • When? Saturdays, 9:30am to 2:00 pm.
  • How much? £37.00 per head.
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 471371.
  • Google maps link

Aqua is one of my favourite West Country restaurants – and it just so happens that it offers one of the best bottomless brunch restaurants in Bath. 

Located on Walcot Street, Aqua is a popular West Country restaurant chain (with three branches in Bristol and the one here in Bath) that’s known for its delectable dishes like juicy burgers and succulent mussels. 

Traditional brunch offerings are on the menu – opt for a breakfast or veggie breakfast, eggs royale or eggs benedict or avocado and eggs on toast, with pancakes as a second course. 

Drinks include prosecco, bloody mary, Peroni or bellini.

Don’t drink, but still want to enjoy bottomless brunch fun with your friends?

You can opt for the virgin bottomless breakfast which is £9 cheaper and includes mocktails and other soft drinks. It has none of the alcohol, but still all of the fun!

Cafe au Lait

  • When? Everyday, 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.
  • How much? £40 per head.
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 012255 71808.
  • Google maps link

Sitting close to Bath Spa railway station, just a short walk away from the best Bath attractions, Cafe au Lait is an independent restaurant in the city. 

Bottomless brunches here are slightly more expensive than the other restaurants, but it boasts a huge menu with tonnes of veggie and vegan options including avocado on sourdough toast and meaty options like shakshuka with smoked streaky bacon. 

Plus, you get second course – fluffy pancakes! 

Drinks include bottomless prosecco, Peroni or mimosas. 

Browns Bath

  • When? Friday to Sunday until 2:00 pm
  • How much? £35.00 per head.
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 461199.
  • Google maps link

For a more traditional brunch, head to Brown’s Bath.

On the menu, you’ll find mouthwatering options like eggs benedict, mushrooms on toast, smashed avocado and feta, the Browns lobster benedict or a Browns burger. 

Drinks-wise, opt for bottomless prosecco, Aperol spritz, bloody marys (the perfect hangover cure, am I right?) or bellinis. 

Situated in the Old Police Station, Browns is a classy establishment that’s known for its delicious, typically British food and sophisticated drinks. 

That being said, it’s not the most expensive brunch on this list – so it’s worth visiting on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday morning or early afternoon to kick-start your weekend! 

The Canon 

  • When? Fridays and Saturdays, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • How much? £28.00 per head.
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 789106.
  • Google maps link

With one of the most extensive brunch menus in Somerset, The Canon is a friendly pub that’s the ideal place for a boozy brunch. 

If you want a standard brunch, opt for the selection of brunch classics.

The Canon offers food like traditional English crumpets with smashed avo, a veggie or meaty breakfast or a breakfast wrap. 

If you want lunch-style food, upgrade to a burger or pizza meal instead! 

You can also upgrade to premium cocktails like Aperol spritz, pornstar martinis and passion fruit bellinis. 

If you’re a chicken fan, you can even add bottomless wings on for an extra fiver!

As the menu is fully customisable, this is the ideal option if you are dining with lots of people who have different tastes! 

Green Park Brassiere

  • When? Fridays and Saturdays, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm 
  • How much? £37.00 per head 
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 338565.
  • Google maps link

The luxurious Green Park Brassiere is one of Bath’s bottomless brunch restaurants that run on a Friday, perfect if you’re in the city for the weekend and want to start it early – or if you have Fridays off from work or university! 

Enjoy a range of unlimited drinks, including prosecco, bloody mary, Aperol spritz, mimosas and the daily mocktail, along with both breakfasty and lunchtime mains like eggs benedict, steak frites or a vegan burger.

Dessert is included too!

A standard brunch is also available, but the entire table must opt for one option or the other. 

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Revolution Bath is one of the most popular student bars in the city – and while it’s usually a busy place during the evenings, it’s immensely popular during the day for delicious bottomless brunches! 

From the brunch menu, select a grilled meaty or veggie breakfast option, chicken and bacon options or a burger.

Drinks-wise, you can choose from three packages:

  • a deluxe option with beverages like vodka lime and soda and Beefeater pink gin and tonic
  • a standard option with unlimited cocktails like Aperol spritz and bloody marys
  • a booze free option with 0% beer, saintly pornstar martinis or soft drinks!

Las Iguanas

  • When? Sunday – Friday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm, Saturday 11:00am – 5:00 pm 
  • How much? £29.95 per head
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 982906.
  • Google maps link

Las Iguanas is a well-known Brazilian restaurant that offers Latin American-inspired food and a wide selection of cocktails in a fun party atmosphere. 

What many people don’t know is that Las Igunanas also offers a fantastic bottomless brunch, with free-flowing booze and delicious food!

The food menu is perfect if you don’t like the usual brunch favourites, as it includes mains like the Brazilian beach cheeseburger, chili con carne bowl or jackfruit or chicken tacos. 

Of course, you’ll need to wash these dishes down with a tasty drink!

Along with unlimited mimosas, prosecco and draught beer, you can choose from a wide range of cocktails including pornstar rum punch (Las Iguana’s twist of a pornstar martini!), pina colada and even an ultra-strong Long Island Iced Tea. 

Cosy Club

  • When? Daily, 10:00am – 11:45am
  • How much? £35 per head
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 464161.
  • Google maps link

Bath’s Cosy Club is situated in the heart of the city centre, and it’s a great place to get together with your favourite people and start the day off!

Cosy Club do their bottomless brunch a little differently, only offering the option for an hour 45 minutes – but once you’ve ordered, you’ll have two hours to enjoy your drinks. 

The brunch menu boasts items like Shakshuka, ham hock hash and a vegan garden breakfast, and includes free-flowing drinks for the two hours! 

Whether you fancy a range of bottomless cocktail choices, Caribbean brunches or bottomless wings, this list of brunches in Bath has plenty on offer!

All Bar One

  • When? Every day until 4:30 pm 
  • How much? £35.00 per head
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 334614.
  • Google maps link

All Bar One is another popular UK chain restaurant, and it now offers bottomless brunches!

The ideal place to get your weekend started, you can opt for prosecco, gin and tonic, Aperol spritz or daquiris for drinks – or upgrade to espresso martinis, pornstar martinis or long island iced teas for £10 per person. 

When it comes to eating, All Bar One provides delicious brunch dishes like a full breakfast, vegan breakfast, eggs florentine avocado on toast or Belgian waffles. 

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Slug & Lettuce

  • When? Every day from midday to 6:00 pm.
  • How much? £30 per head.
  • How to book? Book by visiting their bookings page or calling 01225 789050.
  • Google maps link

A popular UK chain restaurant, Slug and Lettuce is also one of the most popular places for bottomless brunch in Bath.

With delicious fresh meals and plenty of drinks, this is one of the more affordable options, so it’s perfect for students. 

Food-wise, choose from a full English breakfast, full vegan breakfast, smashed avocado, strawberry daiquiri pancakes and lots of other options! 

You can also upgrade your brunch to some extra dishes for £3 per head. 

In terms of drinks, enjoy mimosas, draught beer, Aperol spritz, Bloody Marys or virgin Marys! 

Best bottomless brunch in Bath!

There are so many options for bottomless brunch in Bath, and enjoying one of these boozy meals is the ideal add-on to any weekend in the city.

Ideal for summer or winter, this list is perfect for catch ups with your besties or date nights with your love.

So if you’re searching for something to do in the Somerset city this weekend, consider visiting one of these brunch spots!

P.S. If you’re staying in Bath for a few days, check out my post on where to stay in the city.

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