Best Bottomless Brunch in Bournemouth | A Local’s Guide [2023]

Best Bottomless Brunch in Bournemouth | A Local’s Guide [2023]
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Bottomless brunch in Bournemouth, as in other UK cities and towns, is a pretty big thing. Where better to linger over delicious food and as much as you can drink than beside the seaside?

A Bournemouth bottomless brunch is like the perfect social occasion in the ideal place. If it turns out to be a very boozy brunch in Bournemouth, a brisk walk while breathing in all that fresh ocean air will soon sort you out.

I’m sometimes a little resistant to American traditions taking over in the UK, but this is one I embrace with open arms. A long, lazy weekend brunch with a bestie or two is ideal for busy mums like me, who find it easier to go out during the day that at night.

The fact that I live right by a train station just a few stops from Bournemouth town centre also helps… Who would want to drive when there are unlimited Bloody Marys, as much Prosecco as you can drink or a refreshing Aperol spritz on offer?

If you want to enjoy an indoor or outdoor bottomless brunch in Bournemouth during any season of the year, read on to find your ideal venue. These are the 10 top spots for bottomless brunches in Bournemouth.

Turtle Bay in Bournemouth advertises its bottomless brunch on a board outside

10 of the best bottomless brunch in Bournemouth spots

Turtle Bay Bournemouth bottomless brunch

Turtle Bay,The Citrus Building, 24 Madeira Rd, Bournemouth BH1 1NL

Bottomless brunch served daily until 3pm (5pm on Sundays)

The Turtle Bay bottomless brunch in Bournemouth is the go-to for many locals, who come from the suburbs, Poole, Christchurch and the New Forest – as well as further afield – to enjoy as many cocktails as they can consume in 2 hours.

If you’re not into those there’s no need to worry, as Red Stripe lager, Prosecco and mocktails are also available. So it’s no problem if someone is driving, pregnant or teetotal at the time.

Food-wise you get any roti, brunch dish or burger you like, or you can upgrade to any dish from the main menu for just a few extra quid. Every cocktail on their list is also included in the deal.

The best thing is that the bottomless brunch at Bournemouth Turtle Bay is available every day, with the last sitting at 5pm on Sundays and 3pm on all other days.

Slug and Lettuce Bournemouth bottomless brunch

Slug and Lettuce, 12 Richmond Hill, Bournemouth BH2 6EJ

Bottomless brunch served to pre-booked tables only

Full meat, veggie or vegan English breakfast anyone? Or would you prefer smashed avo, eggs Benedict or Florentine or perhaps Pornstar Pancakes? They’re all available at the Slug and Lettuce, who also supply 2 hours’ worth of bottomless drinks.

The Slug and Lettuce bottomless brunch in Bournemouth must be pre-booked. You then have a couple of hours to enjoy unlimited Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Aperol Spritzes, Amstel lager or Prosecco.

You can pay a few quid to upgrade your grub to selected main menu dishes, or if your whole party would like to you can all quaff unlimited Pornstar Martinis for an extra charge.

The Stable Bournemouth bottomless brunch

The Stable, 7-10 Westover Rd, Bournemouth BH1 2BU

Bottomless brunch served on selected Saturdays from 11.30am to 4pm

This Bournemouth joint specialises in sourdough pizza, and you can enjoy one of these (or a salad) plus a pudding and drinks on selected Saturdays. Ideal for those for whom a meal out isn’t quite complete without dessert (like me).

You get 90 minutes to enjoy unlimited fizz, cider or beer plus the two-course pizza and pud meal deal. For an extra few pounds you can upgrade to Aperol, Regal or Blackcurrant Spritzes if you want to.

The pizzas are what makes this venue stand out – pick from mouthwatering options like Porkless Pepperoni made with jackfruit or a Blazing Saddle with pulled beef, bacon, peppers, onions and mozzarella.

If you do want a lighter option, you can order something like a roast squash and goat’s cheese salad instead.

Revolution Bournemouth bottomless brunch

Revolution, 163-167 Old Christchurch Rd, Bournemouth BH1 1JU

Bottomless brunch served Thursday to Sunday from 11am to 4pm

Revs is one of Bournemouth’s liveliest nightlife venues, and it also serves bottomless Prosecco in Bournemouth during Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 4pm.

You don’t have to drink Prosecco, of course. In the 90 minute period you can quaff beer, cocktails or vodka and tonic if you prefer.

Any dish from the brunch menu is available to accompany all those practically-free drinks.

Las Iguanas Bournemouth bottomless brunch

Las Iguanas, Bh2 Leisure, Exeter Cres, Bournemouth BH2 5DD

Bottomless brunch served Sunday to Friday 11am to 5pm (3pm on Saturdays)

The Las Iguanas bottomless brunch in Bournemouth is another popular pick from one of the range of restaurants in the Bh2 leisure complex. This is smack-bang in the middle of Bournemouth and houses a cinema and Hilton hotel too.

You get nachos to start with and can then choose a main to go with unlimited Prosecco or draught beer. Cocktails are also an option if you pay an extra fiver or so, and this upgrade comes free between Sunday and Wednesday.

Do note that the last bookings are taken 90 minutes before the end of the daily bottomless brunch time slot.

Available cocktails include the Cuba Libre, the Mango Collins, the Huana Party, the Passion Sour Bomb and Strawberry or Classic Caipirinhas.

There’s a nice beer garden out front at the Slug and Lettuce in Bournemouth

Schpoons and Forx Bournemouth bottomless brunch

Schpoons & Forx, Hilton Bournemouth, Terrace Rd, Bournemouth BH2 5EL

Bottomless brunch served on Saturdays 12.30 to 3pm

Though this one gives a tighter time slot than some of the others, this bottomless brunch in Bournemouth on a Saturday is served within the plush Hilton hotel, where Schpoons and Forx is situated.

So you’re in stylish surroundings as well as being at the heart of town – and just a short stroll through the gardens to the beach and pier. Oh yes, this is the Hilton Bournemouth bottomless brunch, after all.

You get 75 minutes to devour a main plus one ‘naughty plate’ (i.e. pud). The choices are very appealing – the minute steak with poached eggs and chipotle hollandaise for me, please. Followed by chocolate cheesecake with honeycomb.

Unlimited Prosecco comes with it, or you can pay a miniscule upgrade fee to switch to rose Prosecco or Aperol or Elderflower Spritzes.

Sixty Million Postcards Bournemouth bottomless brunch

Sixty Million Postcards, 19-21 Exeter Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 5AF

Bottomless brunch served to pre-booked tables only

Another top spot for a prosecco brunch in Bournemouth is Sixty Million postcards – and if you want to sit outside, this is the place to do exactly that. The other drink options are Camdel Hells lager or Bloody Marys.

You can pick any brunch dish from a limited menu, which includes bacon and sausage sandwiches or a full English, with a veggie version available.

This is a serious contender as the cheapest bottomless brunch in Bournemouth, and there’s that fabulous beer garden to boot. As a summer favourite with locals, it does book up fast.

Aruba Bournemouth bottomless brunch

Aruba, Pier Approach, Bournemouth BH2 5AA

Bottomless brunch served on Fridays & Sundays from 3pm to 10pm

It’s not exactly during brunch hour, this one – but it is cocktail hour. If you want an alternative to a late Sunday lunch in Bournemouth, this could be the one.

As Aruba is located on Pier Approach, the views are stunning and the vibe is also pretty cool. The deal here includes 90 minutes’ worth of Andy’s NY pizza plus as much Aperol Spritz, Prosecco or draught beer as you can drink.

You’ll need to book for this one, and spaces fill up quickly. If you’re going as a group, or for a hen party or birthday celebration, then this is the place to opt for.

The Dancing Jug Bournemouth bottomless brunch

The Dancing Jug, 15-17 Poole Hill, Bournemouth BH2 5PW

Bottomless brunch served on Saturdays from midday to 5pm

This is without a doubt the best value bottomless brunch deal in the area – and The Dancing Jug is located in the Triangle, Bournemouth’s party central.

As well as being one of the cheapest deals, you get a very generous 2.5 hours to drink and eat up. For the former you can pick between cocktails including bellinis and pornstar martinis, plus prosecco, cider, lager and more.

To eat you can choose from the brunch menu or opt for a burger, pizza or salad instead. For about a fiver more you can go for any dish from the main menu.

With cocktails like Mai Tai (one of my favourites), Cosmopolitan (my bestie’s) or Mojito included, this is one cracking deal.

XOXO Bournemouth bottomless brunch

XOXO, 23-27 Bourne Ave, Bournemouth BH2 6DT

Bottomless brunch served daily

XOXO is also very centrally located. The Bournemouth branch is a recent addition to the trio of venues – the others are in Brighton and Southampton.

The brunch deal is available every day and you have a couple of hours to eat and drink up. You can quaff Prosecco, cider, beer, Frosé or frozen Margheritas.

You can also pick from the range of dishes on the brunch and lunch menus. Situated on Bourne Avenue, XOXO is also convenient for central Bournemouth.

Revs – as Revolution in Bournemouth is known – is a popular venue by day and night

Which bottomless brunch in Bournemouth gets your vote?

From the Slug and Lettuce Bournemouth bottomless brunch to the Schpoons and Forx
bottomless brunch at the Hilton in Bournemouth, there are some great options for all-you-can-drink deals accompanied by delicious food.

Whether you live locally like me, are a student in town or visiting for the weekend, a bottomless brunch is a fabulous way to make the most of your time and money. Cheers!

Polly x

If you’re planning to visit the area, why not check out my articles on Bournemouth beach hut hire, pubs with rooms in Dorset or the New Forest, the Christchurch Food Festival, Beaulieu or Hengistbury Head?

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