These boozy offerings have surged in popularity since the lockdowns of the pandemic as people seek new ways to eat, drink and socialise without splashing too much cash. Typically, you can expect to pay around the £30 mark for a bottomless brunch, and the price includes a meal plus 90 – 120 minutes of free-flowing booze. Excellent value if you like to sink more than a few drinks with friends.
Gyros Bar & Grill is a friendly and welcoming drinking and dining venue serving authentic Greek street food, handcrafted cocktails, and a wide selection of spirits. It’s owned by the same people who own the fabulous Greek dining spot in Leeds, Tavasolli’s. Tavasolli’s offers one of the best bottomless brunches in Leeds, so locals regularly recommend the one at Gyros Bros.
This bottomless brunch in Wakefield costs £30 per person, and you get one of their delicious gyros wraps with a side of fries plus 90 minutes of unlimited drinks. Available fillings include chicken, pork, halloumi and falafel, plus a selection of sauces such as sriracha and tzatziki. For an extra £5.50, you can add a side of halloumi fries. If you’d rather eat something less carb-heavy, you can request a salad version instead.
A Boozy Brunch Bonanza
The drinks choices are good too. Wash down your authentic and delicious Gyros wrap with bottled beer, prosecco, pink G & T or a cocktail. Bottomless brunch at Gyros Bros is available Thursday to Sunday, and bookings can be made here.
Mex Bar is a vibrant cocktail bar in the centre of Wakefield with house DJs and brilliant bottomless brunch offerings. The primary and most popular, Bottomless Brunch at Mex Bar, is available every Friday and Saturday 2:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Priced at just £29.99 per person for 2 hours of unlimited drinks, this one comes with a side serving of music as Mex Bar’s house DJs entertain diners throughout the day. Food options include pizzas, fish finger sandwiches, chicken strips, cheesy chips, onion rings and more. The drinks options are good with this one; beers, bottles of VK, spirits with mixers, prosecco and a range of cocktails are all included to get you in the party mood.
Mex Bar hosts their newly introduced Tex Mex bottomless brunch on Thursdays and Fridays. Again, two hours of booze for £29.99 but with burgers and wraps on the menu instead. This is one of Wakefield’s most booked bottomless brunches, so book ahead if you can.
Wakefield’s Top Spots for Bottomless Brunches
The Pizza Yard is a new addition to Wakefield’s eating and drinking scene from Wednesday to Sunday. It opened just a few weeks ago and has received numerous glowing reviews. This friendly new eatery boasts rustic, Meditteranean-inspired interiors and mouthwateringly good Neapolitan pizzas menus. The Pizza Yard hosted its first bottomless brunches on Saturday 18th, March, and they look set to stay. The food menu could be more extensive, but you get two courses rather than the usual one, and the pizzas look utterly delicious.
Bottomless brunch at The Pizza Yard costs £35 per person, and you can choose from three starters and three different pizzas. We love a pizza-based bottomless brunch, and this one comes with a great variety of drinks, including Poretti beer, prosecco, wine, gin, Aperol spritz and Woo Woo cocktails. Well, have the Arancini, the Margherita and a few glasses of red, please!
Where to Find Bottomless Bliss
Costa Nostra is another social hotspot in Wakefield offering bottomless brunches every weekend, with local DJs keeping the party vibes going throughout. You’ll pay £39.95 per person for bottomless brunch at Costa Nostra, but you get an incredible three hours of free-flowing booze. I’ve been researching and reviewing bottomless brunches for some time now and rarely come across 3-hour offerings.
Saturday party brunches are available from 1 pm to 4 pm and from 6 pm until 9 pm, so both day drinkers and nighttime partygoers can take advantage of this excellent deal. Bottomless brunches are available between 6 pm and 9 pm on Fridays and Sundays. They keep it simple with the food by offering dishes that are best suited to the party atmosphere. Brunchers can get pizzas, garlic bread, tapas dishes and cheese boards to nibble on throughout their slot, which should help soak up the unlimited prosecco, gin, vodka, beer and cocktails.
The Counting House on Westgate is another lively drinking venue with house DJs, regular live entertainment and a great cocktail menu. However, The Counting House also boasts a brilliant in-house eatery serving tasty comfort food and meaty treats like kebabs, pulled pork, slow-cooked brisket, parmos, and burgers.
The Counting House hosts two 90-minute bottomless brunch sessions each Saturday. Book at 1 pm and enjoy sharing platters plus 90 minutes of bottomless booze for £25 per person. Those seeking a party brunch can book a slot for their 3 pm session which costs slightly higher at £40 per person but is hosted by their resident DJ.
Each table receives a high-sharing platter with party food pleasers such as Southern Fried Chicken Strips, Mac n Cheese Bites, Jerk Chicken, Jalapeno Poppers, Garlic Mushrooms and Cheesy Nachos. You can enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless beer, gin, rum and cocktails during both sessions. There are five cocktails, including the bottomless brunch favourite, Pornstar Martini.