HomeTagsPosts tagged with "bottomless brunch"

bottomless brunch

If there's one thing we love more than Disney, it's an endless supply of delicious food, so you you can only imagine our delight we learned that someone had the genius idea to combine the two.

The When You Wish Upon A Brunch takes place on Saturday, April 21, at Aeronaut in London, and honestly, it's like all our dreams came true at once.

Ideal for those who want to channel their inner princess, the event will include classic Disney sing-alongs, a bottomless brunch, and of course, a tipple or two.

Lucky attendees can choose one brunch item from the mouth-watering menu (see below), as well as enjoys three hours of unlimited Bloody Marys, Mimosas and Laines Beer.

  • Healthy Breakfast – smashed avocado, chili, poached eggs, sourdough bread

  • Veg Breakfast – eggs, hash browns, beans, mushrooms, tomato, buttered spinach

  • Full English – eggs, bacon, sausage, beans, garlic mushrooms, tomato

  • Eggs Florentine – spinach, eggs, hollandaise sauce

  • Eggs Royale – smoked salmon, eggs, hollandaise

A fabulous theatrical troupe will provide the entertainment for the afternoon, and guests are encouraged to get into the spirit by dressing as their favourite character.

Seeing as it's on in London, you'll of course need a plane ticket to get there – but hey, it's the perfect excuse for an impromptu weekend away.

Tickets are £28 and are available to buy here.


There's only one thing better than brunch and that's bottomless brunch so you'll be pretty happy to hear that a new bottomless brunch is coming to Dublin which not only offers an open tab for wine and beer but also for gin.

Spanish Tapas bar No.5 Vinoteca on Merrion Court has announced that between 12.30pm and 5pm on Saturday July 2 diners can get four tapas and all the wine, beer, gin and gin-based cocktails they like for €50.

For an extra tenner restaurant-goers can expand their beverage options to include a wider cocktail menu and for €70 they can get unlimited champagne.

The catch?  The Bottomless Brunch sitting only last two hours so it's value depends on how many times you can make it to the bar in that timeframe.

The popular spot already boasts an extensive Spanish wine cellar, candlelit courtyard and a piano bar – all that coupled with Bottomless Brunch sounds like it could be worth checking out.


Brunch has become one of our favourite hobbies. And as Carrie Bradshaw once said, brunch without alcohol is just a sad, late breakfast.

However, when Bank Holidays knock around, we tend to get very excited and blow our paycheck over one weekend, leaving us pretty much broke for the rest of the month.

Well, there's no need to worry anymore because one Dublin restaurant has you sorted.

No. 5 Vinoteca on Merrion Row, the Spanish wine bar are after introducing a new deal which will see us sipping on bottomless glasses of wine.

On the next June Bank Holiday, the bar is offering it's customers a €50 deal which includes four tapas dishes and an open bar tab (yep, we kid you not).

The open bar means you can choose from our beloved wine, or go down the beer or cocktail route.

For €60, the deal offers a wider drink selection, and for 70 quid, you can get unlimited champagne. 

However, there's a catch. The Bottomless Brunch deal only lasts for two hours.

Bookings for The Bottomless Brunch are available from 12.30pm to 4pm. To book call 01 4824970 or visit here


Clear your schedule for this Saturday, because it's going to involved a LOT of Prosecco.

Bottomless brunch – a brunch menu which includes unlimited cocktails for a set price – has become something of an institution in New York and London, and it's slowly trickling through to Dublin too.

Now, The Exchequer Wine Bar in Ranelagh has launched Dublin's first Bottomless Prosecco Brunch, every Saturday from 12 – 4pm.

Along with the purchase of one brunch item from their menu, you'll pay €15 for bottomless Prosecco refills during your meal. The catch? Um, there isn't one, unless you count the Sunday hangover you're bound to have.

Given that a glass of Prosecco would normally set you back €6.90 a pop, it's definitely value for money if you plan on indulging.

And if you're among the first 20 to book for this weekend, you'll get your Prosecco refills for just €10.

The Exchequer isn't the first place in Dublin to offer a Bottomless Brunch – Beckett & Bull in Rathgar offers a similar set-up with their Bottomless Mimosa Brunch – but there's something about endless Prosecco refills that has us VERY excited indeed.