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Top 5: London’s Alternative Bottomless Brunches

Top 5: London’s Alternative Bottomless Brunches

8 September 2016 Stephanie Brandhuber  | Top 5

Bottomless brunches are a true gift to this world. Breakfast food and endless booze, what more is there to want? However, if you feel like avocado toast is so 2015 and eggs Benedict is more yawn than yum, why not try one of these quirky bottomless brunch alternatives we've picked out for you to visit. From bingo and bubbly to ping-pong and prosecco, we've got some fantastic places that will shake up your brunch-time blues.

Steamy Bingo Bottomless Brunch ft. Tina Turner Tea Lady
Combing two of London’s favourite vices, brunch and bingo, the Candlestick pub in Clapham presents Steamy Bingo every Saturday afternoon. Join the hilariously entertaining Tina Turner Tea Lady as she leads the bingo procession while you chow down on delicious brunch fare and play along with the wackiest, quirkiest game of bingo London’s South-of-the-river can offer. Not convinced yet? You can also expect bottomless Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and bubbly that you are free to customize any way that takes your fancy. Now there’s something to shout Bingo! about.


 
Steamy Bingo Bottomless Brunch is located at 136 Battersea High Street, London SW11 3JR. Brunch runs 11am-2pm every Saturday, tickets from £25, book ahead online.

 
Ma’Plucker’s Bird & Bubbles
Don’t expect any smashed avocado or Eggs Royale at this alternative brunch offering. Ma’Plucker specialises in the tastiest chicken this side of the Deep South, serving up scrumptious chicken, either rotisseried, pulled and buttermilked, or done 3-ways, with a hefty side of sass and soul. Fly over to Ma’Plucker’s and roost yourself for a couple of hours while you enjoy unlimited whole chicken, fries, and a bottomless flow of prosecco. Your chicken comes with two bases and two sauces, and they even thrown in mini doughnuts to round your taste buds off after your feast. Do yourself a favour and pluck a place soon at Ma’Plucker for a finger-licking good brunch.
 
Ma’Plucker is located at 75 Beak Street , London W1F 9SS. Bottomless Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday, from £30 per person. Visit them online for information on times and bookings. 
 

90s Brunch
Bring Backstreet back with this bottomless 90s brunch, a themed daytime party brunch that pays tribute to all things great about this decade. Expect bottomless cocktails for a whole hour, lip-sync battles and a playlist featuring all your favourite 90s classics – that’s right, Spice Girls, R. Kelly, and Eminem galore. So tout your tie-dye, don your double denim and join the dopest brunch London has to offer.


 
The 90s Brunch takes places at a secret location each time, and is announced the Monday before the event. Tickets start from £35 per person, book online.


Drink, Shop & Do’s Bottomless Brunch
Eclectic café and craft-event haven Drink, Shop & Do is known for their quirky evening events, including booze-fuelled piñata-making classes, Lego-robot evenings, and their most famous night, Lionel Rich Tea, an evening spent rendering Lionel Ritchie’s face onto a Rich Tea biscuit with icing. Now Drink, Shop & Do has managed to somehow better their fantastic line-up of events by hosting a weekly bottomless brunch on Sundays, where guests will have two hours to enjoy bottomless board games, bagels, and either Bloody Marys or prosecco. It’s what Sundays were meant for.
 
Drink, Shop & Do is located at 9 Caledonian Rd, London N1 9DX. Brunch is held every Sunday, £20 per person for two hours.
 
 
Bounce’s Bottomless Brunch
London’s favourite table tennis bar is now doing a Bottomless Brunch at their Old Street location, swapping eggs and bacon for pizza, prosecco, and ping-pong. Brunch à la Bounce features a delicious variety of innovative brunch pizzas including a trio inspired by breakfast classics – Eggs Florentine, Eggs Benedict, and Eggs Royale, accompanied, of course, with an endless flow of prosecco. Guests can enjoy 90 minutes of pure ping-pong fun hosted by Bounce’s Games Gurus, all the prosecco and pizza they can manage to devour, and sweet tunes served up by Hoxton Radio DJs. Bounce to it and book your session now!


 
Bounce is located at 241 Old Street, London, EC1V 9EY. Bottomless Brunch takes place between 1-3pm every Sunday, £25 per person for a two-hour ticket. Book online.

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