Ease Up at the Best Bottomless Brunches in Sydney

Just like the bottomless brunch scene in Melbourne, boozy mornings are right up any Sydney local’s alley. So we’re happy to put together a list of our favourite throughout the city, giving well-deserved nods to the cafés and eateries doing the best.

What’s nice to see is the range of bottomless brunches which are available in Sydney, both in terms of price and food. You’ve got everything from Aussie-style brunches and Middle Eastern cuisine to fried chicken, tacos and antipasto boards.

Cocktails from The Governor Hotel, a popular bottomless brunch spot in Sydney. Source: Quandoo \[…\]

Most establishments are serving bottomless drinks which are sparkling wine based (Aperol spritzes anyone?) but there’s a few Sydney brunch spots serving other types. Notably the Bloody Marys and palomas from Panama House, the espresso martinis from The Governor Hotel and the margaritas from Carbón.

Anyway, enough talking. Start scrolling to discover your next delicious weekend retreat.

The Governor Hotel

Come weekends, The Governor Hotel’s rooftop is the place to be. This multi-level pub in Macquarie Park offers a fine place to socialise while enjoying cocktails like white sangria, espresso martinis and more. The food spread includes Aussie-style breakfast platters, Italian-inspired antipasto and freshly baked focaccia, as well as pastries for a sweet hit. It’s also a great place for spritzes in Sydney!

Details

Price: $55 for food. $30 for bottomless cocktails.When: Saturday and Sunday at 11am, 11:30am, 12pm, 12:30pm. Sessions are two hours.Address: 9 Waterloo Road, Macquarie Park, Sydney 2113

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Dead Ringer

Dead Ringer isn’t your typical Sydney café. There’s no smashed avo, french toast or coffee. Instead this Surry Hills spot is dedicated to contemporary food inspired by an eclectic spread of cuisines, as well as killer drinks. That concept carries over into the bottomless brunch, with the set menu including plates like cured salmon with labneh, caramelised onion frittata, pumpkin and ricotta rolls and slow-roasted chicken.

Details

Price: $45 for food. $30 for bottomless mimosas, or $50 for bottomless prosecco.When: Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 3pm. Sessions are two hours from your booking time.Address: 413 Bourke Street, Surry Hills, Sydney 2010

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Mrs Sippy

Much-loved joint Mrs Sippy puts on one hell of a bottomless brunch and the beauty is they shake it up regularly. One month it’s a fried chicken collaboration with Butter, another month is refreshing Mediterranean food. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free diets can also be accommodated.

Details

Price: $55 for food. $89 for bottomless Chandon Sparkling, or $150 for bottomless Veuve Clicquot.When: Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 3pm. Sessions are two hours from your booking time.Address: 33 Bay Street, Double Bay, Sydney 2028

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Nour

Definitely offering the most gourmet and exotic bottomless brunch on our list, Nour is a beautiful Lebanese eatery in Surry Hills. The team behind this contemporary and classy restaurant are passionate about bringing to life artisan Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavours, serving delicious dishes in a new light. Think falafel crumpet, blood orange atayef pancakes with pistachio, or charred lemon spatchcock for brekkie.

Details

Price: $45 or $69 for food. $30 for bottomless Nour Bellinis or rosé wine.When: Sundays from 10am – 2pm. Sessions are 90 minutes from your booking time.Address: 3/490 Crown Street, Surry Hills, Sydney 2010

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The Winery

A wine bar that does bottomless brunch? Bloody brilliant, if you ask us. With an outside garden and chilled atmosphere, The Winery offers an easy breezy bottomless brunch in Sydney that we love. The cocktail of choice is the Bellini, an Italian classic with prosecco and peach nectar, meanwhile the three-course brunch menu includes antipasto, a chosen main and sweet pastries to finish.

Details

Price: $79 for food and bottomless Bellinis.When: Saturdays and Sundays at 12pm and 3:30pm. Sessions are three hours.Address: 285A Crown Street, Surry Hills, Sydney 2010

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Baby Coffee Co.

Being an ever-popular Sydney café, you can trust bottomless brunch at Baby Coffee Co. will be a goodie. It’s also the most affordable on our list. You’ll find all the Aussie brunch favourites like eggs benedict, smashed avo, poached fruit granola and tasty hot cakes here. And if the bottomless mimosas become too repetitive, they also serve a naughty list of day-time cocktails ranging from $15 to $22.

Details

Price: Chosen brunch dish. $22 for bottomless mimosas.When: Everyday from 10am – 3pm for the duration of your meal.Address: Shop 1/810 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo, Sydney 2017

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Panama House

Panama House is a lovely spot in Bondi doing Latin American dining, with the atmospheric addition of elevated views over Bondi park and the beach. Sounds like quite the spot to enjoy a weekend brunch – especially when Mexican lager, Bloody Marys, mimosas, palomas and rosé are bottomless. The food menu is designed for sharing and features tacos, quesadillas, fajitas, salads and more.

Details

Price: $39 for food. $54 for bottomless drinks.When: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am – 4pm. Sessions are two hours.Address: 180-186 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach, Sydney 2026

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East Village Sydney

The views from East Village Sydney’s rooftop terrace are reason enough to enjoy a boozy brunch here. Overlooking Sydney’s stunning skyline, the vibe here is just right to kick off a day-time celebration. Enjoy bottomless bubbles and dig into dishes like fried chicken and waffles, bacon egg brekkie rolls with guac and Korean bibimbap bowls.

Details

Price: Chosen brunch dish. $35 for bottomless mimosas or prosecco, or $85 for bottomless Mumm Champagne.When: Saturdays and Sundays from 11am. Sessions are 1.75 hours.Address: 234 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney 2010

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Carbón Mexican Woodfire

Bottomless tacos and margaritas is an irresistible combination. So hats off to Carbón in Bondi for giving the people what they really want. These guys focus on wood-fired cooking techniques to add that authentic Mexican zing to their dishes, which are all driven by quality produce and bold flavours. Expect tacos like barbacoa lamb, al pastor pork, beer-battered barramundi, vegan chorizo and squash.

Details

Price: $75 for food and bottomless margaritas.When: Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 5pm.Address: 288 Bondi Road, Bondi, Sydney 2026

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