Come with a bottomless appetite for a boozy brunch in Brisbane!

Booze and brunch go hand-in-hand with one another. So why not make your mid-morning grazing bottomless?

Thanks to these Brisbane based venues, guests can enjoy that wonderful time of the day with a drink in one hand and a delicious meal in the other. So, if the sound of live music, rooftop bars and boozy high tea has you intrigued, read on through our guide of the best bottomless brunches in Brisbane of 2024!



Wanting a more glamorous and indulgent brunch this Sunday? Then Cloudland’s Brunch with Bite has you covered. For $95 per person, you can enjoy a two-hour all-inclusive beverage package featuring wine, spritzes, beer and cider, along with a delicious grazing-style lunch menu, with live entertainment from the fabulous team at the Real Housewives of Drag. Housed in the thriving heart of Fortitude Valley, Cloudland is a stunning and elegant venue with a lush garden setting and live music oozing with old world charms in the heart of Brisbane. Get decadent and divine at one of the best bottomless brunches in Fortitude Valley!

Cloudland | 641 Ann St, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006


Covent Garden

If you are looking for a fun and affordable way to spend your weekend, look no further than Covent Garden’s bottomless brunch. For only $49 per person every weekend, you can enjoy unlimited prosecco, mimosas, bloody mary’s, and selected beers and ciders for a tasty two hours. These drinks along with a delicious brunch tasting board, featuring a mix of cured meats, cheeses, pickled vegetables, hummus, as well as freshly toasted breads and crackers. The staff are friendly and attentive, and the atmosphere is lively and relaxed. So if you’re looking for a great way to celebrate with friends and family, or treating yourself to a cheeky brunch, check out the Covent Garden’s bottomless brunch this Sunday!

Covent Garden | 142 Boundary St, West End, QLD 4101


Darling and Co

Sharing is caring at Darling and Co’s Weekend Bottomless Brunch, making very Saturday and Sunday a real treat. Setting you back $79 per person, start your meal with a share platter of roasted chicken club wraps and Atlantic salmon sliders, followed by their fabulous margherita pizza and endless cocktails to quench your thirst. Bookings are required to enjoy this sensational setting at Darling and Co but, after one visit, you’ll soon realise why they’re famed as one of the best bottomless brunch experiences in Brisbane!

Darling and Co | 157 Given Terrace, Paddington, QLD 4064


Tetto Rooftop

Bottomless weekends have never been this stunning at Tetto Rooftop. Running every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 4pm, this two-hour bottomless brunch in Brisbane offers a slice of summer paradise with endless food and drinks, a live DJ spinning fresh sounds on Saturdays and rooftop summer vibes from just $69 per person. So, if sipping ice-cold cocktails on a rooftop bar overlooking the Brisbane skyline, surrounded by friends over a shared plate sounds like a good time, then spend a weekend at the best rooftop bottomless brunch Brisbane has to offer!

Tetto Rooftop | Level 3/5 Boundary St, Brisbane City, QLD 4000


Yoko Dining

Sit your buns down and get bubbly with Yoko Dining’s Buns and Bubbles. This Japanese eatery in the heart of Brisbane transforms every Saturday into a bottomless brunch destination without peer. For $85 per person, you can enjoy a waterfront table while snacking on Japanese-style treats including tuna and buckwheat soba noodles, chicken katsu, and miso-glazed eggplant while sipping on dessert wines. Upgrade your package for $45 per person to enjoy unlimited mimosa slushies, lychee, and yuzu jugs. A Brisbane bottomless brunch treat!

Yoko Dining | 2/5 Boundary St, Brisbane City 4000

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Feature image: Fiume, Brisbane. Photographed by PixelFrame. Image via Tourism and Events Queensland.
This article was first published on May 18 2023. It was updated and edited by Hunter and Bligh on June 20 2024.