Bottomless Brunch in Newcastle: The Ultimate Guide

Bottomless Brunch in Newcastle: The Ultimate Guide

Bottomless Brunch in Newcastle

The concept of bottomless brunch has been around for a while now, but it’s only in the last few years that we have seen it become more popular.

A trend which was born out of Manhattan’s world famous gastro scene, it’s not clear who actually invented bottomless brunch.

But one thing is for sure, its popularity has spread like wildfire to many different towns and cities across the globe – including Newcastle upon Tyne.

In this article, we will be discussing what exactly bottomless brunch is and where you should go if you want to experience the best bottomless brunch in Newcastle.

What is ‘bottomless brunch’?

Bottomless brunch is basically a brunch-time offer at an eatery with unlimited drinks included. The exact promotion will vary from venue to venue. Many will offer an option for those who would like to enjoy alcoholic drinks, often with a cheaper deal for non-alcoholic beverages.

A few venues offer unlimited food as well, but for most, the ‘bottomless’ aspect applies to drinks only. You will also notice that a couple of the offers below have a set number of drinks and food items included in the deal, despite being promoted as a bottomless brunch.

So check out all the details carefully to be sure of what you can expect.  

Bottomless brunch Newcastle comparison

Here is a useful comparison table of the different bottomless brunch options in town.

VenueDurationPrice
The Alchemist120 minutes£25
Aveika90 minutes£34.95
Banyan90 minutes£34.95
Bella Italia90 minutes£29.45
Cog and Wheel120 minutes£27.50
The Hudson90 minutes£39.95
Jam Jar120 minutes£28
Las Iguanas90 minutes£29.95
No. 2890 – 120 minutes£28 – £33
Pitcher & Piano120 minutes£29
Point Blank Shooting90 minutes£35
Prima90 minutes£35 – £38
The Purple Peacock90 minutes£30
Revolucion De Cuba90 minutes£30 – £45
Sabas90 minutes£35
Société Café Bar90 minutes£35
St. Vincent120 minutes£20 (food charged separately)
Slug & Lettuce120 minutes£30
Sohe90 minutes£31.95
Turtle Bay120 minutes£31.50 – £35.80

Scroll down below for more details of the bottomless brunch deals on offer at each of the venues featured in the table.

The Alchemist

Bottomless Brunch at The Alchemist in Newcastle
Credit: The Alchemist Newcastle (Facebook)

When: Saturday and Sunday 10am – 2pm
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: £25

Not strictly a ‘bottomless’ offering, but a great place to consider nonetheless. The Alchemist is an incredibly popular venue in Newcastle and well known for its quality cocktails and food.

Their brunch offer (available only on the weekend) includes any dish from their exciting brunch menu together with 3 cocktails. Non and low alcohol options are available as are vegan and vegetarian food options. The salt beef Benedict is a particular favourite of ours.

Address: 5 Grey’s Quarter, Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7AP
Contact number: 0191 261 1112
Email: newcastle@thealchemist.uk.com
Website: thealchemist.uk.com/offers/brunch-newcastle/

Aveika

Bottomless Brunch at Aveika Newcastle
Credit: Aveika

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £34.95

Enjoy contemporary Japanese fare alongside 90 minutes of free flow prosecco every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Aveika. You can choose from one of the food options, which are split into three categories; meat, fish and vegetarian.

Address: 10-15 Sandhill, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3AF
Contact number: 0191 233 3732
Email: info@aveika.co.uk
Website: aveika.co.uk

Banyan

Bottomless Brunch at Banyan Newcastle
Credit: Banyan Newcastle

When: Sunday-Friday until 4pm
            Saturdays until 2pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £34.95 (upgrades available)

‘Bottomless Brunch’ at Banyan runs until 4pm, but they have also have a ‘Bottomless Supper Club’ option for those looking to dine out a bit later. Choose between unlimited prosecco, cocktails, beer or a selection of non-alcoholic options.

The standard food menu has several typical breakfast-style favourites, whereas the ‘Indulge’ option (for £5 extra) provides some more substantial offerings, such as burgers and steaks. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options are also available. 

Address: 3 Monument Mall, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7AL
Contact number: 0191 814 7478
Website: banyanbar.co.uk/bars/newcastle/

Bella Italia

Bottomless Brunch at Bella Italia Newcastle
Credit: Bella Italia

When: Friday-Sunday 11.30am-5pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £29.45 (upgrades available)

Two courses of top notch Italian food with bottomless prosecco sounds like a good way to spend 90 minutes and at £29.45 it’s a modestly priced offer. Rose prosecco is available for a small additional fee and patrons can choose between either a starter or a dessert together with their main.

The food menu is fairly extensive with typical Italian favourites such as bruschetta, pasta, pizza and lasagne. There are also plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options to choose from.

Address: Greys Quarter, Intu Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7AP
Contact number: 0191 933 8887
Email: eldonsquare@bellaitalia.co.uk
Website: bellaitalia.co.uk/restaurants/newcastle/eldon-square/

Cog and Wheel

Bottomless Brunch at Cog and Wheel Newcastle
Credit: Cog and Wheel

When: Monday-Saturday 11am – 3pm
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: £27.50

If you’re looking for a boozy brunch in the Sandyford area, then Cog and Wheel is not to be missed. Unlike some other venues, here you can mix and match your unlimited drinks – rather than being stuck with the same choice throughout.

Choose from two hours of free flow prosecco, portstar martinis, bloody Marys, espresso martinis, ‘cockteas’, Coors lager or Aspal together with one item from their brunch menu.

Address: 131 Sandyford Road, Sandyford, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 1QR
Contact number: 0191 281 2076
Email: info@cogandwheel.co.uk
Website: cogandwheel.co.uk

The Hudson

Bottomless Brunch at The Hudson, Newcastle
Credit: The Hudson (Facebook)

When: Monday-Saturday 12pm-5pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £39.95

At The Hudson, brunchers can choose between unlimited prosecco or pitcher of one of their delicious cocktails alongside one of two platters (one being a vegetarian option). Popular food items include the beef sliders, smoked paprika fries and sweet potato & red pepper tempura.

Available every day of the week other than Sundays, bottomless brunch at The Hudson is not to be missed.

Address: The County Hotel, Neville St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5DF
Contact number: 0191 247 4044
Email:
info@hudsonnewcastle.co.uk
Website: hudsonnewcastle.co.uk

Jam Jar

Bottomless Brunch at Jam Jar Jesmond
Credit: Jam Jar (Facebook)

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 3pm
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: Alcohol option £28 – Non-alcohol option £16

The brunch menu at Jam Jar is full of typical breakfast favourites such as a full English, eggs Benedict and French toast. One brunch dish comes accompanied with unlimited Bellinis or Mimosas and there are vegan and vegetarian food options as well. 

Address: 88 Osborne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 2AP
Contact number: 0191 908 7158
Email: info@jamjarjesmond.co.uk
Website: jamjarjesmond.co.uk

Las Iguanas

Bottomless Brunch at Las Iguanas Newcastle
Credit: Las Iguanas Newcastle (Facebook)

When: Sunday-Friday 11am-5pm (last booking 3.30pm)
             Saturday 11am-3pm (last booking 1.30pm)
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £29.95 (with unlimited prosecco/draught beer) – Add £5 to include bottomless cocktails

Las Iguanas offered free flow prosecco or draught beer as standard with the option to upgrade to bottomless cocktails for an additional £5 per person. Here you will receive a starter plus a main as part of the package.

Popular dishes include nachos (several variations available), chicken wings, burritos and enchiladas.

Address: 62-74 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6AF
Contact number: 0191 933 9199
Website: iguanas.co.uk/restaurants/newcastle/

No. 28

Bottomless Brunch at No.28 Newcastle
Credit: No.28 (Facebook)

When: Tuesday – Thursday 5pm – 7pm
             Friday 2pm – 7pm
            Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 6pm
Duration: 90-120 minutes
Price: £28 for 90 minutes – £33 for 120 minutes (upgrades available).

At No. 28 you have the option to go bottomless for either 90 minutes or two hours, with the longer option only £5 more – what a bargain. Unlimited prosecco is provided, with upgrade options of pink prosecco and Aperol Spritz a possibility for £2 and £4 per person respectively.

The food is Spanish-inspired with tapas favourites such as albondigas and delicious chorizo stew featured on the menu. Each customer can choose one tapas item as part of the deal together with patatas bravas, salad and bread provided for the table. 

Address: 27-29 Nelson Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5AN
Contact number: 0191 447 5590
Email: bookings@no28newcastle.co.uk
Website: no28newcastle.co.uk

Pitcher & Piano

Bottomless Brunch at Pitcher & Piano Newcastle
Credit: Pitcher & Piano

When: Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 4pm (last booking 2pm)
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: £29 upgrades available

One of the most popular spots in town for bank holiday weekends is also known for its bottomless brunch offering. At Pitcher & Piano you can enjoy unlimited prosecco, Bellinis, Mimosas, Aperol Spritz or pints of Amstel with a great view of the river Tyne.

Any dish from their brunch menu can be picked, with popular items including their full English breakfast, burger and their vegan avocado sourdough. An upgrade offer is available for the prosecco and sides can also be purchased if you are looking for a more substantial meal.

Address: 108 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3DX
Contact number: 0191 232 4110
Email: newcastle@pitcherandpiano.com
Website: pitcherandpiano.com/bars/newcastle/

Point Blank Shooting

Bottomless Brunch at Point Blank Shooting Newcastle
Credit: Point Blank Shooting Newcastle (Facebook)

When: Sunday 12pm – 4pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £35

Available only on Sundays, bottomless brunch at Point Blank Shooting offers unlimited shooting (the core part of their business) along with bottomless prosecco, beer and pizza.

This shooting simulation venue is an incredibly popular place for those looking for something fun to do in Newcastle and their bottomless offering is sure to make for a memorable ‘Sunday Funday’. 

Address: 117 Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5RZ
Contact number: 0333 023 0363
Email: info@pointblankshooting.co.uk
Website: pointblankshooting.co.uk

Prima

Bottomless Brunch at Prima Newcastle
Credit: Prima Restaurant (Facebook)

When: Everyday 12pm-6pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £35 (Sunday-Friday) £38 (Saturday) – £5 add on option for bottomless gin

A mainstay of the Newcastle restaurant scene for several decades now, Prima has joined the bottomless brunch trend, offering two delicious courses together with unlimited prosecco. For an extra £5 per person, the prosecco can be replaced with free flow gin.

As for the food, you can expect quality Italian fare. Appetisers include cold cut meats and cheese with a range of pizzas and pastas for the main course. 

Address: 40-46 The Side, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3JA
Contact number: 0191 233 1011
Email: enquiry@primarestaurant.co.uk
Website: primarestaurant.co.uk

The Purple Peacock

Bottomless Brunch at The Purple Peacock Newcastle
Credit: The Purple Peacock Newcastle (Facebook)

When: Thursday 5pm – 10pm Saturday 12pm-6pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £30 ( including prosecco or larger) £40 (including cocktails, vodka + mixers or gin + mixers)

Drunken brunch at Purple Peacock, or ‘Drunch’ as they like to call it, involves unlimited drinks together with one of four of the delicious platters on their menu. Their standard offer includes free flow prosecco or lager – with the premium option allowing for unlimited classic cocktails, gin and mixers or vodka and mixers.

What makes bottomless brunch at Purple Peacock stand out from many other venues is their resident DJ being on hand at the same time, together with a variety of performers, including fire breathers, aerial artists and saxophonists. Keep an eye out for their upcoming themed events which take place at the beginning of each month. 

Address: 55 Degrees North, Pilgrim Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6BJ
Contact number: 0191 261 0989
Email: info@purplepeacockncl.com
Website: purplepeacockncl.co.uk

Revolucion De Cuba

Bottomless Brunch at Revolucion De Cuba Newcastle
Credit: Revolucion De Cuba Newcastle (Facebook)

When: Everyday 11.30am-3pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £30-£35 (standard) £40-45 (premium)

Enjoy a taste of Havana at Revolucion De Cuba, with delicious brunch items such as the Cubano Benedict and Chorizo hash paired with bottomless cocktails or prosecco. Sounds like a great way to spend 90 minutes. A premium option can be picked for those keen to enjoy a more extensive selection of food and drinks.

Prices for bottomless brunch at Revolucion De Cuba can vary depending on the day and time of booking but their website has a handy reservation system showing the available time slots together with prices. 

Address: 1-3 Cloth Market, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 1EE
Contact number: 0191 917 7076
Email: bookings-newcastle@revoluciondecuba.com
Website: revoluciondecuba.com/bar/newcastle/

Sabas

Bottomless Brunch at Sabas Newcastle
Credit: Sabas (Facebook)

When: Thursday and Friday All Day
            Saturday 12pm – 5pm
            Sunday All Day
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £35 (upgrades available)

Sabas is a popular restaurant offering authentic Sardinian and Italian fare, so if you are looking for something different for your bottomless brunching, it’s certainly worth considering.

Enjoy a great variety of Italian tapas alongside free flowing prosecco or lager. For an extra £10 per person, the option is available to upgrade the drinks to a selection of cocktails. 

Address: 25 King Street, Quayside, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3UQ
Contact number: 0191 261 4415
Email: sabasncl@yahoo.com
Website: sabas.co.uk

Société Café Bar

Credit: Société Café Bar (Facebook)

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 5pm (last available slot at 3pm each day)
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £35 (pre-booking required)

One of the latest venues to offer bottomless brunch in Newcastle is Société Café Bar, located on the city’s stunning Grey Street.

Their 90 minute offering allows patrons to enjoy unlimited pizza alongside free flow beer or prosecco (mixing and matching between the two is perfectly fine if you can’t decide which one to go for). They will also give you a cocktail of your choice.

So this goes down as being one of the few truly bottomless deals in town due to the fact you get unlimited food and drinks – sounds good to us!

Booking in advance is required and can be done by direct message via their Instagram or Facebook profiles.

Address: 93 Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6EG
Contact number: 07866 889892
Email: admin@societecafebar.co.uk
Socials: instagram.com/societecafebar/ | facebook.com/societecafebar/

St. Vincent

Bottomless Brunch at St. Vincent Newcastle
Credit: St. Vincent Newcastle (Facebook)

When: Sunday 10am – 3pm
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: £20 for selected choice of bottomless drinks when ordered with food from their brunch menu (food charged separately)

Sundays at St. Vincent are bottomless brunch days. Here you will find the offer a bit different to most as the unlimited booze offer is available to be added to any purchase from the brunch menu, rather than having a deal which includes both food and drink.

The free flow drinks include bloody Marys, prosecco, martinis, Mimosas, or Bellinis. When it comes to the food, we think St. Vincent is up there amongst the best of all the brunch menus mentioned in this guide. From simple steak, egg and chips to Tuscan Braised venison – there’s something here for everyone. 

Address: 29 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3DQ
Contact number: 0191 232 1331
Website: saintvincentncl.co.uk

Slug & Lettuce

Bottomless Brunch at Slug & Lettuce Newcastle
Credit: Slug & Lettuce

When: Everyday 12pm – 6pm
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: £30 with upgrades available

Another solid option for those looking to brunch by the Quayside. Slug & Lettuce offers two hours of unlimited prosecco, Mimosas, Aperol Spritz or pints of Amstel together with one item from their brunch menu. Food and drink upgrades are also available, including Pornstar Martinis added to the mix for an extra £10 per head.  

Address: Exchange Buildings, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3DW
Contact number: 0191 261 7196
Email: enquiries.s&lnewcastlequayside@stonegategroup.co.uk
Website: slugandlettuce.co.uk/quayside-newcastle/

Sohe

Bottomless Brunch at Sohe Jesmond
Credit: Sohe (Facebook)

When: Friday and Saturday 12pm – 5pm
             Sunday 1pm – 6pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: £31.95

For those looking for a South East Asian-inspired menu, Sohe in Jesmond is an obvious choice and their bottomless offering can be enjoyed on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Choose from unlimited prosecco, Asahi beer, Aperol Spritz or plum and lychee spritz together with a platter of starters, followed by a delicious main. Advanced booking for bottomless brunch is required at this venue.

Address: 97 – 103 Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 2TJ
Contact number: 0191 281 8161
Website: sohe.co.uk

Turtle Bay

Bottomless Brunch at Turtle Bay Newcastle
Credit: Turtle Bay

When: Monday – Saturday 10am-3pm
             Sunday 10am-5pm
Duration: 120 minutes
Price: £31.50 – £35.80

The Turtle Bay brunch menu has many typical traditional breakfast favourites but with a Caribbean twist. Bottomless Brunch at Turtle Bay includes any item from the breakfast/brunch menu, burger or roti roll combined with bottomless cocktails, prosecco or draught Red Stripe, Jamaica’s flagship beer.

Non alcoholic options are also available and it’s also possible to upgrade to one of the main dishes, if you are feeling particularly peckish. 

Address: 117 Newgate Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 5RZ
Contact number: 0191 230 4002
Website: turtlebay.co.uk/restaurants/newcastle

The Best Bottomless Brunch in Newcastle

So where is the best bottomless brunch in Newcastle to be found? That’s a tough question to answer as there are so many solid places to choose from.

But if we had to settle for a top three, there’s no way we could exclude No. 28, Cog and Wheel and St. Vincent. Each of these venues have their own plus points together with an appealing variety of food and drinks options to consider and are fantastic value for money.

Let us know which is your favourite place to enjoy bottomless brunch in Newcastle and also if there’s a venue we have missed out from this guide, so we can add it to the list.