7 Bottomless Brunches in Melbourne For $80pp or Less

Goldilocks Rooftop Bar

In Melbourne, brunch is an institution, and when you add bottomless booze to your late-morning feeding session, it can make it even better. You might dress up a little more and spend a lot longer at the table than you usually would.

But because we’re all a bit more strapped for cash in recent times, we might be wondering where we can brunch bottomless in Melbourne that not only costs less than $80 a head but is also good value. Meaning you’ll get heaps of quality food and drink.

Fortunately, Melbourne has no shortage of bottomless brunch options that tick both of those options. Ahead, though, we’ve rounded up some of our favourites. Mexican, Italian, modern Australian – whatever you’re craving, these spots have it and are affordable to boot.

Fargo & Co, Richmond

Richmond venue Fargo & Co hosts Bonnie’s Bottomless Brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-2pm and 3pm-5pm. For $75pp on Saturdays and $70pp on Sundays, you’ll get free-flowing prosecco, mimosas, house wine, house beer and seasonal cocktail jugs. Choose your main and graze on shared sides.

House of Lulu White, South Yarra

You have a couple of bottomless brunch options at House of Lulu White in South Yarra. There’s a 90-minute The Original Bottomless Brunch for $65pp, which will see you served French toast, smashed avo and chicken couscous. That option’s also available for non-drinkers at $55pp. Or you might want to indulge a little more with The Deluxe. For two hours and $85pp, you’ll get to order anything from the full menu.

House of Lulu White bottomless brunch Melbourne
Image: House of Lulu White

Goldilocks Rooftop Bar, Melbourne CBD

Soak in the sun at Goldilocks Rooftop Bar as you sip free-flowing beer, cider, wine and select cocktails at the CBD spot’s afternoon bottomless brunch. Running from 1pm-3pm every Saturday and Sunday, the brunch starts at $75pp and includes two hours of drinks and one food item. Choose from veggie wontons, chicken and prawn dumplings or spinach and mushroom bao.

Trinket, Melbourne CBD

Cosy Flinders Lane cocktail party Trinket hosts a Boujee Brunch every Saturday and Sunday for $69pp. Sessions run 12pm-2pm and 2:30pm-4:30pm, with sparkling, wine or beer on the drinks menu and caviar bellinis, seasonal terrine and garlic bread and herb cream on the current seasonal food menu. The restaurant caters to vegos and vegans too.

Bomba, Melbourne CBD

Bomba is a Spanish spot serving tapas and featuring rooftop dining. Its current Bottomless Brunch offering runs for two hours and will set you back $80pp. Feast on Manchego and garlic shoot croquette, charcoal grilled pork belly and gem lettuce with apple, walnuts and buttermilk dressing. Sip beer, wine or cocktails like spiced sangria, mimosas or bellinis.

Bodega Underground, Melbourne CBD

Bodega Underground is a colourful, dimly lit Mexican restaurant and bar on Little Bourke Street in the CBD, and on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, it serves a Bottomless Mexi-Brunch. For $75pp, you’ll get five dishes, including tacos and churros with gluten-free and vegan-friendly options available, as well as bottomless drinks for 90 minutes.

Bodega bottomless brunch
Image: Bodega Underground

Parkers Pavilion, Parkdale

Every weekend, Parkers Pavilion puts on a Bottomless Lunch Menu, which runs for 90 minutes from 12pm to 2pm, and costs $59pp. It includes bottomless tap beer, wine, spritzes and mocktail options. Food-wise, you’ll be treated to a chef’s selection of small plates to share—think Korean fried chicken, chilli corn ribs and soft-shell tacos.

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