Ready to shake up weekend plans? Treat yourself to a boozy brunch in Sydney!

Bottomless brunches are a great way to enjoy a leisurely weekend with friends, family, or a special someone. Whether you’re looking for unlimited bubbles, cocktails, or highballs, Sydney has plenty of options to suit your taste and budget.

From Italian-style feasts and Jamaican delights to Japanese fusion and caviar bumps, here are the best bottomless brunch spots in Sydney right now!

<strong>Bar Patrón</strong>
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Bar Patrón

Weekend boozy lunches are on at Bar Patrón! For $99 per person (which includes two hours of bubbles and a Patrón Silver Margarita), you will be treated to a share menu style of pounded guacamole and salsas, a selection of tacos, your choice of mains and then finish off with the two most popular desserts: Polvorones and Tres Leches Cake. Available every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm, enjoy one of the best bottomless brunches in Sydney’s CBD thanks to Bar Patrón.

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2 Phillip St, Sydney, NSW 2000 99 pp
<strong>Bopp & Tone</strong>
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Bopp & Tone

Bopp & Tone presents Soul Saturdays: one of Sydney’s best bottomless lunch experiences in the CBD. Bop the day away to live soul music while consuming a delicious six-course shared menu and two hours of bottomless drinks. At $130 per person, Bopp & Tone are set to be the funkiest lunch venue in town so grab your gang, and get soulful every Saturday.

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60 Carrington St, Sydney, NSW 2000 130 pp
<strong>Botanica Vaucluse</strong>
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Botanica Vaucluse

If you would like bottomless Champagne with a side of luxury, then Botanica Vaucluse has got you covered. A beautiful venue sets the tone for an unforgettable bottomless lunch, which includes a luxe four course tasting menu and Champagne. We recommend the Pan Roast Barramundi with fennel, green apple and skordalia. The meals are served with artisan bread and their famous chips, which all for $120 per person sounds good to us.

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2 Laguna St, Vaucluse, NSW 2030 120 pp
<strong>Dead Ringer</strong>
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Dead Ringer

Set up in Surry Hills, Dead Ringer is serving major brunch vibes every Saturday and Sunday with a dash of bottomless mimosa spritzes on the side. From delicious whole roast eggplant with pomegranate to succulent grilled rainbow trout, the Long Lunch Menu is a must in Surry Hills. And, with the additional bottomless drinks including prosecco and pinot grigio, be sure to make a reservation at Dead Ringer today!

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413 Bourke St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010 90 pp
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One of the best bottomless brunch spots in Parramatta, Lilymu is truly one of a kind. A contemporary pan-Asian eatery with stunning yet funky murals, enjoy a selection of delicious signature sharing plates including crispy fried quail and red curry crunchy rice bites. Add on a selection of cocktails, wine and beer for only $99pp, you’ll be in for a flavoursome experience at Lilymu.

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3 Parramatta Square, 153 Macquarie St, Parramatta, NSW 2150 99
<strong>MAIZ Mexican Food</strong>
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MAIZ Mexican Food

Serving up one of the best bottomless brunches in Newtown, MAIZ Mexican Food is a delectable siesta not to be missed! Serving bottomless drinks paired with the amazing Maiz food over almost two hours every Saturday, you’ll be feasting on delicious tostadas and esquites in-between sips of sparkling wines, margaritas, and their signature Rosa Maria Spritz & Tecates. Grab your gang and spice up your Saturday with MAIZ Mexican Food.

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415 King St, Sydney, NSW 2042 89 pp
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$95 per person, 90 minutes, every Saturday. A boutique fusion Japanese restaurant and bar inspired by Australian native ingredients, Moku Sydney is serving up bottomless highballs and chef-selected delights with their bottomless brunch. Each dish at this Darlinghurst venue is designed to be shared, so bring along some friends and immerse yourself in one of the most unique bottomless brunch experiences in Sydney.

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163 Crown St, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010 95 pp
<strong>The Royal Hotel Paddington</strong>
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The Royal Hotel Paddington

As The Royal Hotel like to put it, “bottomless brunching is better than lunching.” For $85 per person, The Royal Hotel will provide you with your brunching #goals and a little taste of New York. The cost covers a two-course brunch and endless cocktails which include mimosas, spritzes and brekkie sangria. As for the food, our pick is the Zucchini and Corn Cake with streaky bacon, wild mushrooms and poached eggs. For a rooftop bottomless brunch in Sydney every Saturday and Sunday, look no further than one of Paddington’s best foodie spots, The Royal Hotel Paddington.

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237 Glenmore Rd, Paddington, NSW 2021 85 pp
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Get ready to party every Saturday at SoCal’s Bottomless Fiesta Lunch. This Neutral Bay brunch spot is serving up an indulgent two-hour extravaganza of bottomless French rosé, prosecco, selected beer, and a welcome cocktail upon arrival, plus a delicious banquet to share. Perfect for an upcoming birthday celebration, hens parties, an engagement or just a casual lunch with friends, SoCal also features local performances to set the stage for an incredible weekend brunch with those closest to you!

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1 Young St, Neutral Bay, NSW 2089 89 pp
<strong>The Winery</strong>
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The Winery

On the weekends in the Champagne Room at The Winery in Surry Hills, there is an offer that is too hard to pass up. Think bottomless bellinis paired with a fabulous three-course menu for just $85 per person, with the likes of mini burgers and sweet potato fries taking centre stage on their food menu. Promising over two hours of unlimited drinks, you’ll be boozing up the weekend in style at The Winery.

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285A Crown St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010 85 pp

Hungry for more? Then be sure to check out our list to the 10 Best Brunch Spots in Sydney of 2023. Or, let your tastebuds run wild at the 10 Best Bakeries in Sydney of 2023.

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This article was first published on June 02 2019. It was updated and edited by Hunter and Bligh on August 26 2023.