Best Brunch In Newcastle: The Definitive Guide13 March, 2022by Bounce
Brunch in Newcastle has exploded in popularity over the last few years, which means it has become very competitive. Restaurants, cafes, and even bars have been putting together some amazing sumptuous brunches with a new twist – bottomless brunches. That's right! The biggest brunch craze is combining it with unlimited drinks. And most of the time, it is with endless prosecco.
But if you enjoy brunch without alcohol, don't worry. The bottomless brunches also have virgin cocktails and soft drink options. While the bottomless brunch in Newcastle is a very popular choice, there are still quite a few restaurants that serve just brunch. So if you are looking for a big English breakfast, French toast, or smoked salmon on a bagel, we are going to send you on a brunch journey around the city centre and beyond.
But before you set on this culinary journey, don't forget to store your luggage or large bags at one of our safe and convenient Newcastle suitcase storage locations. Now let's look at where to find the best bottomless brunch in Newcastle.
Slug & Lettuce
Recently joining the bottomless brunch culture, the Slug & Lettuce have done it right. There is a set brunch menu to choose from, but you can upgrade and get more choices like their Pornstar pancakes or brunch burger. The staff here will make sure your glass is never empty, refilling it for the two hours you are there.
Some of the bottomless brunch drinks include Prosecco, Mimosas, and Bloody Marys. If you are not a big drinker you can get Virgin Marys or a selection of soft drinks. Or you can upgrade again and dive into their famous Pornstar Martinis. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available.
2 Locations: Quayside - Exchange Buildings, Central - 30 Grainger St, both in Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Every day 12 pm - 6 pm
Revolucion de Cuba
Have you ever thought of going to Cuba? Revolucion de Cuba will transport you there with their spectacular bottomless brunch and holiday-like atmosphere. The authentic Cuban food is prepared fresh in their Cantina. They do have classic brunch dishes like avocado on toast, but you are there for some Cuban food.
You will have 90 minutes to dig into a breakfast burrito, chorizo hash, or go for their specialty, the Cubano Benedict – pork and egg smothered in hollandaise sauce on toasted sourdough. Get into the Latin spirit with a Strawberry Daiquiri and hit the selection of brunch cocktails. You can always upgrade your meal with extra chorizo, guacamole, and more.
Location: 1 Cloth Market, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Everyday 11 am - 2 pm
No28 is often referred to as Newcastle's finest hidden gem, it certainly is a gem but not really hidden. This is the original bottomless Prosecco brunch restaurant where you have a bottle of high quality Prosecco at your table for the full 90 or 120-minute booking. No28 was a 'Traveller's Choice' on Trip Advisor in 2021, and when you taste the food and cocktails, you will know why.
You can enjoy the free flowing Prosecco in a warm and chic atmosphere with truly amazing food. Choices include black pudding tempura fritters, XL chicken wings in Jack Daniels glaze, and the delicious No28 burger. It is not exactly your classic brunch hours during the week day as it served later in the day.
Location: 27 - 29 Nelson St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Mon to Thur 5 pm - 7 pm, Fri 2 pm to 7 pm, Sat 12 pm - 3 pm, & Sun 12 pm - 6 pm
Jam Jar offers two different bottomless brunches: a virgin or a boozy brunch, both delicious and set in a wonderful rustic setting. Bookings are in slots of two hours, so you will have plenty of time to enjoy the bottomless Prosecco, mimosas, bellinis, and bloody marys. The menu has some very savory choices that will leave your taste buds dancing with delight.
If you are really hungry you can indulge in the Full On Jesmond, which includes homemade black pudding, two leek & pork sausages, smoked bacon, baked beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, sourdough, and two eggs! You get full just thinking about it. There are lighter choices of course, like the Granola Jar with fresh fruit, natural yogurt, and a side of honey.
Location: 88 Osbourne Rd, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2
Brunch Hours: Saturday 10 am - 7 pm & Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm
Unlike most on this list, Quay Ingredient does not have a bottomless brunch, in fact, they don't even have a true brunch, but that doesn't matter. What they do have is an extremely delectable breakfast menu that you don't want to miss out on. This is a small coffee house that serves cinnamon pancakes, scrambled eggs, white truffle oil with brioche, a variety of eggs benny, and all-day breakfast sandwiches.
If your taste tends toward the sweeter side, they have a nice selection of pastries and cakes, including a decadent coconut chocolate slice. They even have the salads with a twist featuring their confit duck and garlic & chili tiger prawn salads. This little coffee house has shown that you don't need a bottomless brunch to do brunch right.
Location: 4 Queen St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Monday to Friday 8 am - 11:30 am, Saturday & Sunday 8 am - 5 pm
Pitcher and Piano
Looking for a nice place to stay in Newcastle? With a great location, Quayside on River Tyne, the view is as amazing as the bottomless brunch. The 2-hour brunch is available only on the weekends and only until 2 pm so book early. The Pitcher & Piano offers a cosmopolitan style brunch experience with its large balcony and outdoor seating.
The menu is not your typical one either, with some interesting but tasty alternatives like the Baked Moroccan Breakfast, Brunch Burger, and Mushroom Madame. If you are up for a challenge, add some buttermilk pancakes or extra sausage for a small charge. Vegans and vegetarian options are just as tasty with their own special twists.
Location: 108 The Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11 am - 2 pm
Were you out late in Newcastle last night and looking for a place to continue the fun? If you are hoping for something outside of the normal bottomless brunches, then look no further than Turtle Bay. The Caribbean-style restaurant brings new tastes to brunch and an even better 2- hour bottomless brunch with unlimited cocktails, mocktails, and craft beer. They also offer hot drinks and juices for free before noon. Their standard menu for the bottomless brunch is a little limited but you can upgrade to any main dish for a very reasonable fee.
The Turtle Bay menu includes unique choices like their Honey Bunny Yardbird, roti with beach-style fried chicken, maple syrup, cream cheese, fresh watermelon, and a hint of hot sauce (vegan version too). You will also find curry goat hash and Jamaican Pale Ale chicken on the main menu. With cool street food vibes, lanterns, neon lights, pictures of Bob Marley, and bottomless cocktails, this is a place you just want to be.
Location: The Gate, 117 Newgate St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Monday to Saturday 10 am - 3 pm, Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
You might not think of a pizza place for great brunch, but if you like pizza this is definitely the spot for you. They actually offer two great deals, bottomless pizza from Monday to Thursday, which can be upgraded with unlimited prosecco, and bottomless brunch served Friday to Sunday. Both seatings are 90 minutes long and must be pre-booked.
Although Bella Italia doesn't offer any other cocktails for their bottomless brunch you can upgrade to rose prosecco. For bottomless pizza and all the prosecco you can handle, it comes at a very reasonable price. The bottomless brunch menu contains pizza (of course), pasta, starters, and desserts that are sure to satisfy the Italian in everyone.
Location: Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Friday to Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Las Iguanas may not be your traditional brunch spot but the mix of Latin American, Mexican, and Brazilian food makes it a great change of pace. Their bottomless brunch option includes prosecco or draught beer, or upgrade to bottomless cocktails. Or if you book Sunday to Wednesday, there is no charge for the cocktail upgrade.
Try the breakfast burrito with smoky streaky bacon, scrambled free-range eggs, pico do Gallo, avocado, and crispy hash browns. Or maybe you are up for one of their great vegetarian options like the bean & beetroot burger. On Grey Street near Newcastle Central Station, don't be surprised to see a place full of college students enjoying the bottomless beer.
Brunch Hours: Sunday to Friday 11 am - 5 pm, Saturday 11 am - 3 pm
Location:62-74 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
St. Vincent is one the most popular brunch places in Newcastle, students, locals, and now tourists are flocking to sample their bottomless brunch. The food is fantastic and it comes at a very reasonable price, in fact, it is one of the lowest prices for a bottomless brunch in the city. Bottomless prosecco, Bloody Marys, bellinis, mimosas, and anything on the brunch item menu.
The menu consists of a wonderful selection of pastries, buttermilk waffles, scrambled eggs, or if you want something a little heavier go for the chicken schnitzel or steak & eggs. You can enjoy your 2-hour boozy brunch in the comfort of a modern-chic decor filling your belly without draining your pocket.
Location: 29 Broad Chare, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Sunday 10 am - 3 pm
All Bar One
Whether you are looking for a nice romantic brunch setting or just getting together with old friends, with its hanging greenery and mood lighting you couldn't pick a better place than All Bar One. The bottomless brunch cocktails are a nice change of pace from other restaurants too, unlimited prosecco of course, but they offer Tanqueray gin & tonic, Aperol Spritz, or flavored daiquiris.
The menu has one of the best classic breakfast dishes in town in their eggs benedict. Ham, poached free-range eggs in a luscious lemon hollandaise sauce on a toasted English muffin, sprinkled with omega and sesame seeds, delicious! One of the best 90 minutes you can spend enjoying great food and company.
Location: 51 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Monday to Thursday 10 am - 4 pm, Friday to Sunday 9 am - 4 pm
Dining outside inside is what you get at this cool and hip restaurant that has an actual tree in the center and a glass-domed ceiling. But the Botanist in Monument Mall is not all visual flash, the food is outstanding. The bottomless brunch is served only on Saturday and Sunday which is a shame as this truly might be the best bottomless brunch in Newcastle.
The menu is very extensive. From smashed avocado, poached eggs, breakfast burger and homemade buttermilk pancakes, it is hard to decide where to start. For the drink selection, they offer prosecco, bellinis, sangria, and four different types of Bloody Marys. There is so much to choose from but you will have to make up your mind fairly quickly as the bottomless brunch lasts only 90 minutes.
Location: Monument Mall, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1
Brunch Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Bottomless Brunch in Newcastle
With all these excellent choices, it will be hard to pick a starting place, but it is good to know that wherever you start it is going to be one of the best brunches or best bottomless brunches in Newcastle upon Tyne.