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10 best bottomless brunch spots in Melbourne

Brunch is much more than just a meal these days – it's a full-blown calendar event; a cultural phenomenon even. And what's more appetising for your palate and your wallet than a bottomless one?

Melbourne is celebrated as one of Australia's foodie hot spots, so we've tracked down a list of the best-value and bougiest Melbourne bottomless brunch spots around the city for you to add to your summer hit list.


1. Left Bank Melbourne (Southbank)


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One of the best value deals in the area are Left Bank Melbourne's weekend bottomless brunches, which sets you back only $49 per person. This gets you two hours of bottomless cocktail jugs, wines and beers, plus a menu item. Bookings are pretty essential to get in, but it's worth it to enjoy those stunning views of the Yarra over one of their famous Porn Star Martini jugs.


2. Yeah Boy (Windsor)


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Along Chapel Street you'll find Yeah Boy, a modern asian fusion joint hosting bottomless banquet brunches on weekends from 11:30am (they also host Bottomless Drag Sundays too). Yeah Boy pride themselves on their menu "catering to every type of hungry body", with an inclusive and delicious menu of vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and no-nut options. Bookings are for two hours, and require a minimum of 4 guests.


3. Half Acre (South Melbourne)


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Set in an old timber mill, Half Acre's 'Feast and Flow' is a Melbourne bottomless brunch option like no other. You can settle to simply feast – the $69 deal includes a main meal off the menu, as well as access to a full buffet of items to choose from and a a dessert bar – or you can choose to tack on the $29 'flow' option for bottomless cocktails, Prosecco, wine, mocktails and more.


4. Firebird (Prahan)


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Grill-driven Vietnamese joint Firebird's weekend 'Endless Lunch' events will cost you $59 per head, inclusive of bottomless fries and oysters – there's also an option to add on booze. Also on the menu are some Viet favourites like papaya salad, bun cha bites and grilled squid.


5. Sojourn (CBD)


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One of the more luxurious options around town is Sojourn in Melbourne's CBD, located on New Chancery Lane. It might cost you a tick more – at $99 per head – but it's worth it for the incredible food and Four Pillars cocktails on offer.


6. Ciccio's (Murrumbeena)

If you've ever thought to yourself, I could definitely eat an unlimited amount of pizza and pasta, then Ciccio's is the ideal Melbourne bottomless brunch spot for you. At $55 for a 90 minute session, you'll be graced with unlimited pizzas, and cocktail jugs (choose from Aperol, Campari, Limoncello or a Passionfruit Mocktail). Even better? The menu is available any time the restaurant is open from Sun-Thurs, for those who consider brunch more of a guideline than a set time frame.


7. Bang Pop (South Wharf)


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Thai restaurant Bang Pop's bottomless brunch menu is set at $89 per person and includes access to their set banquet menu and bottomless beverages (incluidng BangPop’s Thai-inspired cocktails, tap beer, red, white, and sparkling wine, as well as a selection of non-alcoholic options including their popular mocktails, zero percent wine, beer, soft drinks, and juices) for 90 minutes. You can also choose to add on a dessert platter for extra. The deal runs from 12:30-2pm on weekends and public holidays.


8. Bodega Underground (CBD)


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Bottomless Mexican? Say no more. Bodega Underground's Mexican bottomless brunch runs at set times on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and costs just $75 per person for a five-course banquet and unlimited drinks. It's a 90-minute sitting, and everything comes gluten-free and there are vegan-friendly options available too.


9. The Commons Collective (CBD)

On Moubray Street you'll find The Commons Collective, a gorgeous alfresco garden restaurant. Their $70pp Sunday bottomless brunch menu includes a two-hour sitting inclusive of a banquet-style menu with a side of unlimited sparkling house wines, beers and cocktails. And as an FYI - they also do a bottomless pasta event too.


10. Fargo and Co. (Richmond)


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Weekends at Fargo and Co. entail their 'Picture Perfect Bottomless Brunch' events, with two-hour sittings at $75 per person. Dishes include a bagel board, spicy tunafargo and mango pancakes – and of course, their viral boozy snowcones and slushies.

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