It’s one way to cure a hangover…Bottomless Brunch!
This popular weekend phenom has stepped up a notch in recent years and become a rite of passage for eager brunch-goers; after all, what is better than a little hair of the dog?
Would you like eggs or waffles with your Champagne this weekend? Here are five venues to get your bottomless fix:
Elevate your Saturday and Sunday with a bottomless Limoncello Spritz brunch at Mille Vini
on Crown Street in Sydney. This iconic Italian wine, cocktail and dining venue delivers a modern dining experience within a richly layered interior with a mezzanine-level private dining room and rustic charm.
Get the gang together for two hours of unlimited Limoncello Spritz, Mimosas, mulled and selected wine, served with a five-course menu including dishes like battered zucchini flowers, house pasta of the week and salted caramel tiramisu with coffee and hazelnut crunch.
Grab your crew and enter a leafy oasis filled with sunshine to get your bottomless brunch on at Rita’s Bar and Kitchen
on Darling Street in Balmain. Delivering an innovative and continually evolving approach to hotel dining in the historic brick, two-story Cat & Fiddle Hotel, settle in for a three-course meal with bottomless sparkling, white and red wine, Aperol Spritz and Margaritas.
The restaurant is named after the Cat’s one-time licensee and owner and much-loved local community member, who in 1976 decided to rebrand the establishment previously known as The Star to its present title.
Those looking to indulge in a bottomless brunch any day of the week head to Queen St Café
in Stan Burt Arcade in Berry. A plush and eclectic combination of new and old-world décor sets the scene for brunching with a glass of wine on comfy couches while admiring the sparkling chandelier and artwork, or alfresco on balmy days.
Delve into lobster po boy, barramundi tacos, warm beetroot and feta salad, pasta with lobster and King prawns and a dessert tasting plate, with unlimited wine, Prosecco and sparkling water over a two-hour dining period.
Taste your way through the whole Prosecco range at Brown Brothers Restaurant
on Bobinawarrah Road in Milawa as you indulge in a gourmet spread of freshly baked sweets and pastries, local Milawa cheese, terrines and fresh seasonal fruit.
Discover more than 130 years of winemaking excellence paired with seriously good food at this dining destination nestled in Brown Brothers Vineyard – dine alfresco overlooking the vines or indoors in a warm and welcoming vibe ideal for enjoying dishes from a menu showcasing fresh produce from the kitchen garden alongside estate wine.
Head to the place to see and be seen by the sea on the Gold Coast at Hyde Paradiso
on The Esplanade. Overlooking the iconic sands of Surfers Paradise Beach from level one of Peppers Soul hotel, this dining destination is the perfect Hyde away for all your cocktail and tapas needs; sit back and take in ocean views while indulging from an indulgent beachside brunch.
Expect two hours of Chandon Brut or Rosé, Aperol/Limoncello/Bellini Spritz and a four-course Mediterranean-inspired tapas menu plating up dishes like pork belly and feta bites with maple and parsley, along with spiced prawn tolls and crisp sweet potato.