The best bottomless brunches in Brisbane and where to find them

MyBrisbane best Bottomless Brunch

Za Za Ta – Fortitude Valley

  • Sundays 12-4pm
  • Cost $99 – $149 per person

Za Za Ta’s bottomless brunch will transport you from the hustle and bustle of Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley to the warm, relaxing Middle East. For 2.5 hours each Sunday, you’ll be treated to an exotic Middle Eastern and Mediterranean inspired grazing table brunch paired with a range of beverages including Aperol Spritz, Dal Zotto Prosecco, Reverie French Rose and Good Happy Kombucha. Come along on Sunday January 26th (the first ZZT Brunch for 2020) and $10 from your ticket sale will go towards a Queensland bushfire relief organisation. For more information click here.

Darling & Co. – Paddington

  • Sundays 2pm
  • Cost $60 per person

Looking to take your brunch game to the next level? Not only does Darling & Co.’s Sparkling Springs offer unlimited prosecco and spritz for two hours, you can pour your own beverages directly from their fountains! To keep you going for the full two hours, snack on one of their tasty grazing boards and fill up on chicken sliders and mini fish and chips.

Beirne Lane – Fortitude Valley

  • Saturdays and Sundays 12-3pm
  • $79-$109 per person

This Fortitude Valley favourite offers not one, but two opportunities for civilised day drinking each weekend! At Beirne Lane, for $79 you can eat as many fresh pastries, fruit platters, parfaits, cured salmon on toast, ceviche bowls, pumpkin tarts, flank steaks, salads, brownies, pavlovas and pancakes as you can (and that’s just to name a few!). Not only can you stuff yourself with food, you’re also treated to three hours of unlimited prosecco, mimosas, smirnoff infusions, aperol spritz, Gordon’s pink spritz, Tanqueray Sevilla spritz, house wine and tap beer. You’re spoiled for choice!

Friday’s Riverside – CBD

  • Sundays 12-4pm
  • Cost $49 per person

With sprawling views of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge it’s hard to find a more stunning bottomless brunch location than at Friday’s! Gather your crew and enjoy a true feast including garlic pizza bread, whole-baked barramundi or snapper, black angus sirloin and various salads. As for the drinks, over the two hours you can cycle through jugs, Pimm’s Fruit Cups, Mimosas and Sangria.

Cloudland – Fortitude Valley

  • Sundays 11.30am-2.30pm
  • $69 per person

Usually thought of for a classy night out, Cloudland has also entered Brisbane’s bottomless brunch scene with their Brunch with Bite! Feast on an Italian-inspired brunch menu and drink as many jugs of spritz, mimosa, bloody mary, premium beer and sangria as you please in two hours. Cloudland goes one step further than most other Brisbane bottomless brunches by entertaining brunchers with riotous and risque performances featuring Bebe Gunn and Nelson & Mandy Moobs plus special VIP guests.

Covent Garden – West End

  • Sundays 11am-3pm
  • $49 per person

West End’s Covent Garden brings a classic London bottomless brunch to Brisbane. For $49 per person you can pretend you’re on the other side of the world while you enjoy two hours of bottomless cocktails including Pimm’s No.1 Cup, Red or White Sangria and one of the monthly cocktail specials over a Plougmans or Mezze shareboard. For more information click here.