Melbourne’s Chapel Street Precinct is home to some of the pioneers of the surging trend of bottomless brunch in this great city. Swap the conventional coffee, tea or juice for a mimosa, espresso martini or spritz, for those mornings you’re in need of a different kind of wake up.
Whether you’re celebrating a special event, in need of a cheeky hair of the dog or just feel like taking the edge off before lunchtime (it’s midday somewhere right?) – there’s an array of boozy brunch options for you in Chapel Street Precinct Melbourne. All with their own special themes, whether it’s gospel singers, drag queen bingo or sip ‘n’ sushi, there’s a bottomless feast to suit you and your crew.
Here are some of the best boozy brunch options in Chapel Street Precinct Melbourne.
Tina’s Bingo Academy is hosted every Saturday over two separate two hour sittings (12 pm or 2.15 pm) at Tokyo Tina. The bottomless booze and food menu comes at $69 per person. This price includes bingo hosted by the outrageously fabulous Valerie Hex, five dishes for your table from the brunch menu, think Karaage Chicken Bao, Miso Baked Cauliflower and Salmon Tartare, plus complimentary kimchi rice and edamame. Additonally, you’ll be served bottomless Aperol Spritz, sparkling and tap beer. Tina says there’s no group size too big or small. Book a table.
Every Saturday at 11 am or 2 pm (two hour sittings) you can Brunch with Soul at The Smith Prahran. For $60 per person, enjoy bottomless spritz, house wine, sparkling and house beer, plus an item from the brunch menu. All brought to life with a roaming gospel choir. Book here.
On Sunday’s at The Smith, enter Drag Brunch, the newest queen on the block. For $65 per person, enjoy two hours of bottomless spritz and a brunch dish. 12 pm or 3 pm sittings available. Hosted by @maxdragqueen and her Queens @jawbreakerdj (@kali_fornikate and @babyslutxo). Book here.
This South Yarra cafe‘s long-running bottomless brunch currently serves up two lavish feasting options, seven days a week. The OG edition gets you your choice of brunch dish — perhaps the pork belly bao, or a stack of buttermilk pancakes with Nutella — plus 90 minutes of free-flowing cocktails for a tidy $65. An amped-up $85 offering swaps out the food for a parade of snack-friendly canapes — think, cauliflower tacos and brioche prawn rolls — teamed with two hours of unlimited drinks. The sips are the same for both menus, featuring a lineup of mimosas, rosé sangria, cold-brew espresso martinis and more. Book here.
Enjoy Morris Jones’ Sip & Sushi every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday (various sittings available). Feast on an all-you-can-eat Californian Japanese sharing menu, plus happy hour from 4 to 7 pm. Once a furniture store, Morris Jones still holds its 1887 heritage appeal, encapsulated by its wood and brick interior. Sophistication is added through its wine list, fantastic cocktails and a beer garden. If that doesn’t excite you, the unique Californian Japanese cuisine will. Book here.
Every Saturday and Sunday, at 12 pm or 2.30 pm, enjoy two hours of a bottomless selection of beverages and Japanese share plates in The Osborne’s new Japanese themed rooftop. Beverages include Riot Rosé Spritz, Aperol Spritz, espresso martini, mimosa, vodka, selected wines and beers, soft drinks and juices. Saturday’s will cost you $60 per person and Sunday’s $55 per person. Head chef Nooei, has created this delicious menu in celebration of the up and coming launch of the Tokyo Olympics. Book a spot here, just be sure to select ‘Outdoor seating’ and ‘Experiences’.
Enjoy Naughty Nancy’s Bottomless Brunch, for $69 enjoy a selection of cocktails, beers and wines with tasty shared bites for two hours. Booking are essential for groups. Click here to reserve a table.
For those of you wanting to kick things off a little later in the day, Miss Kuku is serving up Bottomless Lunch every Saturday for $59 per person. Located upstairs at Hoo Haa Bar, you’ll find Miss Kuku, where you can enjoy their Sip & Graze package including unlimited food and beverages with select cocktails for two hours. Miss Kuku’s favourite dishes are included! Available from 3.30 pm. Book here.
Enjoy two hours of bottomless spritz, prosecco, moscato and tap beers, plus an Easey’s meal of your choice from their brunch selection. Every Saturday, 1 pm to 3 pm at The Emerson. For the non-drinkers they serve free-flowing non-alcoholic sparkling wine, Heineken Zero and a range of delicious mocktails. The brunch menu resembles more of a lunch one and includes items like Easey’s cheeseburger, Southern chicken tenders and their famous fried chicken sandwich. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, like the caesar salad are also available. Book a spot.
Enjoy a boozy brunch at one of Chapel Street’s most famous brunch spots, Abacus. Seven days a week, from 8 am to 4 pm, you can enjoy bottomless drinks like their winter spritz, rosé, pinot grigio, sangiovese, craft beer, coffee or tea. Pair this with their classy snack menu featuring oysters, fresh sourdough with beef fat butter and a grazing board filled with charcuterie, cheese and fruits, plus mushroom fries. On top of that select any main meal of your choice, one between two people. Book here.
Speakeasy is hosting two hour long weekend boozy brunches every Saturday and Sunday at 11 am and 1 pm. Spritz up your serotonin for $55 per person with unlimited French spritz, red and white sangria, prosecco, tap beer and house wine paired with the chef’s selection of tapas from their delicious Mediterranean menu. Message Speakeasy on Instagram to book.
Imperial South Yarra’s Basic B!tch bottomless brunch is here. Grab the gals and treat yourselves to all the sips we hate to love…vodka soda, espresso martini, porn star martini, Aperol spritz, mimosa, house wine and tap beer. Every Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm or 3 pm (two hour sittings). Book here.
So this one technically isn’t brunch, it’s dinner, but we couldn’t leave it out. Temperance Hotel is making your bottomless feasting dreams come true with ‘Bottomless Mexican’. We’re talking being surrounded by DIY tacos and nachos, Mexican share plates and two hours of included coronas, margaritas, and selected wine. It just wouldn’t be Mexican without street corn so of course they threw this side in the mix. Every Thursday to Sunday from 6 pm to 8 pm for $59 per person. Please note, new times for Bottomless Mexican will be Friday and Saturday 6 to 8 pm and Sunday 1 to 3 pm, starting Friday 30 July. Bookings are essential so lock in your next night out now and prep the stretchy pants.
After the success of their Bottomless Boozy Lunch over summer, Chapel Lane Huts are back to offer Bottomless Boozy Lunch and Dinner over the cooler months at their Pop Up Winter Wonderland. Enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless drinks from an extensive drinks menu and some delicious Bavarian food by the Hofbräuhaus Melbourne. Their winter ‘huts’ can accommodate Bottomless Boozy Lunch and Dinner Bookings for 8 to 10 people. For bookings larger than 10 people, or for smaller groups, please contact them directly and they will accommodate. Lunch is $79 per person and dinner is $89 per person. Click here for sitting times and to book a spot.
Bottomless Brunch at Smitten Kitten is now available on Saturday and Sunday from 3 pm to 5 pm. For $68 per person, for groups of a minimum six people, enjoy unlimited cocktails. Choose one plate from their bottomless menu and get a cocktail on arrival. Sips include unlimited Mimosas, Prosecco, Moscato, Sparkling, Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks. Then there’s the Spritz Package for $48 per person. Choose one plate from their bottomless menu and enjoy unlimited spritzes. Spritzes include Elderflower, Aperol, Grapefruit and Campari Spritzes. Click here to view the bottomless food menu and book now.