Food & Drink

18th April 2021

Did Someone Say Bottomless Brunch?: Liverpool’s Best Outdoor Brunches

“Shall we do a bottomless brunch?”. Yes, we certainly shall do a bottomless brunch (R.I.P my bank account). After another long period of quiet Liverpool streets, empty restaurants and cocktail-less tables bottomless brunches are finally back! And, what a coincidence that your student loan has just dropped… it must be a sign to spend an unnecessary amount of money on alcohol and food, right?

The Merchant

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Enjoy an hour and a half of delicious pizza and unlimited gin or prosecco at The Merchant’s ‘Looong Brunch’ (£25 per person). The Merchant always provides the best vibes. You are guaranteed to have a good (and drunk) time. Slots are getting booked up quick so grab your housemates and get a table sorted!

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40 Slater Street, L1 4BX.

Birdies Bar

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Slightly pricier at £35 per person Birdies Bar offer a fantastic bottomless brunch consisting of tacos and prosecco or a beer keg. Who needs to go on holiday when you can get drunk in the sun at Birdie’s beer garden complete with palm trees and cabanas? Follow this link and get booked in.

29-31 Parliament St, Liverpool L8 5RN.

Crazy Pedro’s

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Fancy a wider selection of drinks to down in an hour and a half? At Crazy Pedro’s there’s bottomless frozen margaritas, beer, Hooch and prosecco! What’s better than unlimited pizza and alcohol? Ditch your frozen Asda pizza for the delicious and whacky pizza slices at Crazy Pedro’s. To book you have to message the Facebook page and request the booking link – it is top secret.

25 Parr St, Ropewalks, L1 4JN.

La Tasca

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Bottomless tapas is certainly something I can get on board with. For £24 per person this is the cheapest option so far AND it is two hours of bottomless brunch fun! Soak up the soon whilst enjoying three tapas dishes and a choice of beer, bloody marys or cava. Book here (available from 11am -3pm Saturdays and Sundays).

4 Queen Square, Liverpool L1 1RH.

Turtle Bay

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You’ve either already done a Turtle Bay bottomless brunch or you know people who have done one. I can see the attraction with the widest drinks selection so far consisting of: cocktails (all of the cocktails from the main menu), Red Stripe, bellinis, prosecco, craft beers and mocktails. You get two hours of unlimited drinks and any brunch dish for £27.50 per person. If you’re not feeling the brunch dish you can have a dish off the main menu instead for an extra £3.70. The infamous Turtle Bay bottomless brunch is available everyday (last sitting 3pm Mon- Fri and 5pm Sat- Sun).

Turtle Bay on Victoria Street is now open for bookings (6A Victoria St, L2 6QE); however, Turtle Bay on Hanover Street will not be opening until the 17th May ( 59-61 Hanover St, L1 3DY).

A Final Comment

With a bottomless brunch you can have a fantastic day out and do your bit to support Liverpool’s hospitality industry. It’s a no brainer, but good luck with the hangover!

Do you want to go out for food but your spoilt for choice? Check out LGSM’s round up of the best places to eat out here (subject to outdoor eating restrictions).

To find out the best food and drinks that Liverpool has to offer, and tasty recipes, check out some of our other articles!

Feature Image: La Tasca.