Brits love nothing more than indulging in a hearty brunch, but is brunch truly brunch without a little booze?
Whether you hope to unwind after an unruly week at work, catch up with friends over a couple of cocktails, or find a miraculous cure for that hangover, look no further.
We’ve rounded up the best of the boozy brunches London has to offer.
Hip Hop Brunch is a game-changer in the brunch scene and the ultimate spot for lovers of both old school and new school hip hop.
It’s offering bottomless cocktails for an hour, a three-course “Dirty South” menu, and an array of entertainment (think hip hop karaoke, a resident tattoo artist Ross King and a mesmerising magician Brendan Rodrigues) you wouldn’t want to miss.
2. Dirty Bones
Dirty Bones boasts a delicious brunch menu of burgers, hotdogs, waffles, eggs and toasties, not forgetting their famous breakfast fries.
Guests can wash the meal down with any one of the three boozy options on offer: free-flowing Prosecco, a mix of four brunch cocktails or never-ending Veuve Clicquot.
3. 90s Brunch
If you want to to relive a slice of your childhood then look no further than the 90s Brunch, serving up the best of the decade’s food, music and entertainment.
Expect everything from The Spice Girls to Nirvana on blast, nostalgic finger food served on a platter, a whole hour of bottomless cocktails and tons of activities including dress up boxes, roller skates, hula hooping and lip-syncing.
Bringing the Deep South to the heart of London, Ma’ Plucker’s Bird & Bubbles brunches dish out flavours like no other.
Feast on a whole chipotle-infused rotisserie chicken accompanied by a fresh salad, house bun or maple waffle, fries and mini doughnuts, all while sipping on unlimited glasses of Prosecco.
Bounce may be known as the home of ping pong but is now turning it up a notch with its bottomless brunches.
A trio of unique pizzas inspired by breakfast classics – eggs florentine, eggs benedict and eggs royale – are on offer, alongside an endless flow of Prosseco.
No trip to Bounce is complete without a good ol’ game of ping pong, of course, and brunchers can enjoy over 90 minutes of unadulterated play.
Christabel’s Mad Hatters Picnic is perfect for those hoping for a classic British brunch with a twist.
Giant hand-sewn playing cards, rose bushes, over-sized vibrant flowers will set a quirky scene, as diners tuck into their delicious hamper, with a few weird and wonderful surprises thrown in.
And the best part? Diners are free to bring their own bottle.
Brunch just got better with the Flight Club Weekender where guests are treated to an unlimited supply of pizza and a bottle of Prosecco.
Food and booze isn’t the only thing on offer as brunchers can engage in a little friendly competition with a social darts sampler, and get in the weekend mood with Flight Club Darts’ resident DJ.
Bunga Bunga throws brunch parties like no other, with an afternoon brimming with delicious food, live entertainment and DIY cocktails.
Brunchers are spoiled with a bespoke three-course Italian menu while being plied with Prosecco – and let’s not forget the make-your-own Bellini kits enabling you to whip yourself up a cocktail.