21 best brunch places - including bottomless - in Birmingham this summer with Luna Springs, Lulu Wild & more

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Delicious brunches, bottomless brunches - in town and out of town - we’ve got it covered!

Don’t keep the fun limited to the Commonwealth Games sports events this summer - because Birmingham has a lot to offer to foodies. So, while the competition may have ended for your favourite team or athlete remember to check out the best that the city has to offer to keep you refreshed and fully fuelled as you enjoy the rest of summer.

Whether you’re an out-of-towner, or a born and bred Brummie, there is a belly full of amazing restaurants and cafes offering the best brunch - you can go bottomless, too, if you dare! Each of the locations we have selected offers something unique and new on their menus.

So here are all the places to try for brunch this summer:

Birmingham City

B:Eats at Symphony Hall

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They are offering their new Rock, Pop, and Comedy menu from July 18, which will include beer-battered fried goodies. The food will go well alongside the many young artists who will be performing there.

For more information go to: B:Eats

Saint Kitchen

This Independent café in Jewellery Quarter has a lovely brunch menu for those who eat meat, vegetarians, and vegans. Sip on fragrant coffee while you luxuriate in your favourite meal of the day.

For more information go to: Saint Kitchen


While this restaurant is traditionally known for its steak restaurant, they have a great brunch offering as well featuring sandwiches, eggs, and more. They are known for their premium services and don’t hold back with the brunches either.

For more information go to: Gaucho

Hotel du vin

This premium boutique hotel has a bistro, Sunday lunch, wine, and a lot more. If you like to dine privately, that too is an option. If you like a classic dining experience, dive into du Vin’s food.

For more information go to: Hotel du vin


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This is another hotel with a great selection of dining options. They have a bespoke collection of dishes curated by executive chef John Woodward. If you want to try something offbeat, try out a cocktail masterclass here.

For more information go to: Malmaison

Grand central kitchen

This independent family-run restaurant has made a name for itself for its delectable “Full English Breakfast” but if you want a meal on the go there are paninis and ciabattas as well.

For more information go to: Grand central kitchen

Boston tea party

This cozy brunch place has cropped up in multiple places in Birmingham, including Harbone and Edgbaston. If you are looking for a quiet brunch with a date or friends, this might be the place for you.

For more information go to: Boston Tea Party

Medicine bakery

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This is an artisan bakery and café with a twist because it is also a gallery and has multiple venues in Birmingham. If you fancy being surrounded by beautiful art while having a great brunch, you know where to go.

For more information go to: Medicine Bakery

Gas street social

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This is another independent restaurant that has survived the ebbs and tides of the last few years because of its great menu. Their new and exciting cocktails are not to be missed and neither are their views.

For more information go to: Gas Street Social

York’s café & coffee roasters

This independent café offers all-day dining and coffee at multiple places in Birmingham. From the usual eggs on toast and eggs benedict to a lavish Turkish breakfast, they have it all, along with great coffee.

For more information go to: York’s cafe and coffee roasters

Albert’s Schloss, Paradise

Do you want to have a bite of food that reminds you of Alpine Europe and the rustic flavours, then this is the best option for brunching. This Bavarian style restaurant and bar offers roaring fires and the finest biers.

For more information go to: Albert Schloss, Paradise

Malaysian Delight, China Town

The Chinatown restaurant is offering a free meal to Malaysian athletes when they come to Birmingham for the Commonwealth Games. This restaurant offers authentic Nyonya cuisine for those who love Asian cuisines.

For more information go to: Malaysian Delight, China Town

Out of Town

Early Bird Bakery - Kings Heath Street

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This is a coffee shop and bakery on the historic Kings Heath High Street and has some great toast and egg options. They locally source their ingredients, so if you drop in here, you’ll be helping the local community.

For more information go to: Early Bird Bakery

The plough - Harborne

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Harbone’s The Plough has great beer and pizza, but it offers a lot more. If you like great flavours and want to have a brunch with lots of veggies, bacon, and eggs, this classic pub is for you.

For more information go to: The plough

Bottomless Brunches

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This Harborne restaurant offers two or three-course bottomless brunches. Most of the options are Asian and who doesn’t love Asian food? Not only do they have an express lunch but weekday deals too and bottomless brunch.

For more information go to: Blue Piano

The Cuban embassy - Moseley

Moseley’s The Cuban Embassy has a great selection of flavour-filled foods and a wide selection of alcohol. This is perfect if you want some flavour-full bottomless brunch and authentic Cuban cocktails.

For more information go to: The Cuban embassy

Luna Springs - Digbeth

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The disco divas bottomless brunch is a 2.5 hours seventies music extravaganza that takes place every Saturday from 12pm. Catch the next one on July 23!

For more information go to: Luna Springs

Manahatta, Temple Street

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This New York-style restaurant offers 90 minutes of free-flowing booze with meal choices. Fancy some nachos or hot dogs or club sandwiches? They also offer 2-4-1 offers on cocktails from Sunday to Friday all day.

For more information go to: Manahatta

Lulu Wild, Brindleyplace

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Every Saturday and Sunday, between 12pm and 5pm, this Asian restaurant offers a two-course meal with bottomless alcohol. Starts at £34.50.

For more information go to: Lulu Wild

Lost and Found, Bennetts Hill

Start your weekend with your gang by joining the bottomless brunch that lasts over two hours between 11am and 3pm. You can pick from free-flowing Prosecco, Aperol Spritz, Bloody Marys or mimosas, paired with one of ten marvellous brunch dishes.

For more information go to: Lost and Found

Tonight Josephine

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If you like pop music and bright lights for a day out with gal pals, this might be the one for you. Get ready to be welcomed by your host in drag as you sip on free-flowing bubbles, beers, and more.

For more information go to: Tonight Josephine

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