We can all agree that brunch is the best meal of the day, but what if you don’t want to wait until the weekend to get your fix? Well, you’re in luck as these bars and restaurants are keeping bellies stuffed with eggs benny, piles of pancakes and avo toast, washed down with a wide array of breakfast tipples. Get stuck into the best boozy and bottomless midweek brunches in Manchester with our guide.
Available every day until 4pm, Banyan’s weekday bottomless brunch offers 90 minutes of free-flowing spritzes and cocktails alongside a selection of delicious dishes. From the meaty breakfast hash through to the poached eggs, the city centre spot is making sure you get your day off to a winning start.
This place is legendary for its brekkie offerings, making it one incredible idea for brunch in Manchester. Serving its signature plates every day before 12pm, Foundry Project will have you chomping on Turkish eggs, American pancakes and hangover pizza with a range of tipples.
Available from Monday to Thursday between 11am and 5pm, Menagerie’s midweek bottomless brunch gives you unlimited drinks and two dishes from the menu. With French toast, sausage sarnies, eggs Benedict and plenty more to choose from, you’ll be totally spoiled for choice.
Slug and Lettuce isn’t just a firm choice for pre-drinks before a big night out, they’re also home to one of the best midweek bottomless brunches Manchester has to offer. With two hours of mimosas, prosecco and spirtizes, this bar promises to give you plenty of bang for your buck.
Treat yourself to unlimited bubbles at Las Iguanas’ bottomless brunch, which takes place every day between 11am and 5pm. When it comes to food? You can expect plenty of South American classics, from breakfast burritos to wholesome bowls of chilli that are sure to leave you feeling stuffed.
The Pen And Pencil is a popular Northern Quarter restaurant serving one of the city’s best brunches. Stop by any day of the week for delicious offerings of 'Nduja potato hash with poached eggs, American pancakes and homemade meatballs, which can be enjoyed with a choice of morning cocktails.
For as little as £15 a head, The Cosy Club is giving Mancunians a delicious midweek pick-me-up. Join them for a brunch deal that includes a full English, tea or coffee and a glass of fizz. In the mood for something else? There’s bubble and squeak, shakshuka, eggs and more on the main menu.
Turtle Bay is dishing up one unmissable bottomless deal in Manchester. Head on over for two hours of cocktails along with any dish of your choosing for £28.50 per person every day. We’d recommend ordering the honey bunny yardbird with roti, fried chicken, cream cheese, watermelon and hot sauce.
Bottomless brunch is available every day at Revolucion De Cuba, and it’ll only set you back £22. Knock back bloody marys, daiquiris and spritzes while making your way through their selection of South American eats, including sweetcorn fritters, Cubano benedict and breakfast burritos.
The Koffee Pot
The Koffee Pot is a firm favourite for brunch in Manchester, thanks to its massive plates of classic brekkie dishes. Chow down on a range of fry-ups, stacks of sweet and savoury pancakes or eggs benny reinvented in a load of different ways, with a decent selection of cocktails to pair.
If you’re looking for some of the best waffles in town, head on over to Gorilla. It’s here you’ll find chefs topping them with fruit, rhubarb or serving them straight-up plain and with butter. Of course, there’s heaps of other breakfast staples to explore, with bloody marys to sip away on while you eat.
A real mainstay in the city’s early morning scene, Home Sweet Home has all you need for a top weekday brunch in Manchester. The menu takes an American leaning, so expect fried chicken, piles of pancakes and eggs served California-style with avo, a poached egg, chipotle crema and hollandaise.
Looking for even more brunch ideas in Manchester? Explore the city's best weekend offerings right here.