IT is a truth universally acknowledged – the only thing that can possibly beat a spot of brunch on the weekend is one that also comes with bottomless drinks.

From poached eggs and pizzas to prosecco and Peroni, here’s our selection of some of Warrington’s top bottomless brunch spots:

Friars Court

Based on Barbauld Street in the town centre, bottomless brunch Saturdays at Friars Court offer guests a homemade stone-baked pizza menu alongside bottomless prosecco, cocktails and gin for £25.

The semi-legendary indie venue is also set to host its first ‘Mamma Mia-style sing-along’ bottomless brunch tomorrow, Saturday.

For £30, Friars will get you into the ‘dancing queen’ spirit – featuring themed decorations, singers, and DJs playing Abba classics and other hits from the 70s and 80s.

There will be a pizza menu and vegan options – and fancy dress is welcomed.

San Lorenzo

This classy Cultural Quarter Italian offers its own twist to bottomless brunch with its ‘pizza and prosecco’ afternoons on Saturdays and Sundays.

For £25, guests can choose between prosecco and beer to have with their pizzas – or they can upgrade to a mimosa.

One lucky reviewer on TripAdvisor reported being given full bottles of prosecco, describing it as a 'fab afternoon'.

They added: "The service was great, and the food was lovely.

"I will definitely be back."


At Expédition’s 'all-inclusive’ brunch in Stockton Heath, you can choose between a variety of food options – including a full English, eggs benedict and avocado toast as well as prosecco, mimosas, bellini and Dortmundler Beer to quench your thirst.

You can book a two-hour slot between 11am and 3pm on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holiday Mondays.

One reviewer on TripAdvisor said: “Our drinks were topped up in a timely manner and there was a great selection too.”

Another added: “I have been waiting for a good bottomless brunch to come to Warrington and it finally has.

“The venue is stunning, the staff were so lovely and the food was beautifully cooked and presented.”

Already boasting an average rating of 4.5 on TripAdvisor, the restaurant and bar is set to get a further upgrade as it has received planning permission to build a new roof terrace.

Slug and Lettuce

A slightly more expensive base price of £28 at the Slug and Lettuce will get you a great range of drinks, including mimosas, Aperol spritz, bloody Marys, pints of Amstel and soft drinks.

Open every day, Slug and Lettuce’s menu also features vegetarian and vegan options.

And if you’re a fan of pornstar martinis, you can upgrade for £10 per person and can even opt for pornstar martini pancakes.

The Botanist

Time Square’s Botanist branch may not offer unlimited drinks, but it comes pretty close with its ‘boozy brunch’ offer.

For £15, Guests can create their own brunch board and can pick an item from each section of the menu.

To make it ‘boozy’, the Botanist offers an additional four for £15 drinks offer including a spritz (Aperol, raspberry, blood orange or elderflower), prosecco or beers.

Institution Bar

The cocktail bar’s weekend deal allows guests to add bottomless drinks to their choice of brunch for £14.95.

Guests can choose between unlimited prosecco and Peroni for 90 minutes after ordering between 10am and 4pm, with live entertainment on show on Sundays from 3pm.