Bottomless brunch is the new night out! Swerve the big corporate chains and support a lovely, local, independent business. Here’s the pick of the most fabulous places for bottomless brunch in Derby and Derbyshire. Enjoy! This post was updated June 2022.
Bottomless brunch Derby
Boujee Brunch at The Mixing House Derby
The boujee brunch at The Mixing House in Derby city centre consists of a main course and bottomless prosecco or cocktails for 90 mins. Brunch cocktails include blended frozen Margs – either the classic Mexican style or mix it up with passion fruit, mango or strawberry, mimosas, an alcoholic tea or pornstar spritz. Food choices include a Full English or vegetarian breakfast and a range of tasty Mexican dishes from Let’s Taco ‘Bout It. Costs £24.95pp and needs booking in advance.
Bottomless Sundays and champagne breakfast at Seven Restaurant & Café Bar, Pride Park, Derby
On Sundays, enjoy bottomless drinks for 90 minutes with Seven’s breakfast and lunch menus for £17.50pp (food charged separately). There’s lots of delicious choices. From a Full English or Vegetarian breakfast to smashed avocado on sourdough to American pancakes or smoothie bowls. If you don’t fancy going completely bottomless (legless?!), you can also order ‘morning tipples’ by the glass.
Alternatively, there’s a separate champagne breakfast option for £24.95pp. This includes one glass of champagne or two glasses of prosecco, your choice of tea, coffee or hot chocolate; freshly baked pastries; a choice of breakfast starter (granola, pancakes or porridge) and then a choice of brunch main, for example a Full English or eggs Benedict.
Brunch & Bubbles at Binary, Mickleover
Binary Bar and Restaurant in Mickleover has just started a Brunch & Bubbles menu that runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm. Select any dish and a drink for £14.95 or go bottomless for £25.95. Brunch dishes include smoked salmon and eggs, French toast and a whole host of other yummy options. Drinks choices include passion fruit bellini, elderflower mimosa, Aperol spritz or Bakewell fizz.
Feeling really fancy? There’s also a champagne breakfast option.
Bottomless brunch at Bear, Iron Gate, Derbion and Uttoxer
Bottomless brunch at Bear involves fruit juice and pastries on arrival, any item from their brunch menu and bottomless drinks for 90 minutes. Drinks options include mimosas, prosecco, beer or non-alcoholic cocktails. There are a good choice of breakfast options, including smashed avocado, various pancakes or an “angry mac” a pork patty topped with streaky bacon, fried egg, Emmental, hash brown and spicy mayo, served in a toasted brioche bun either house seasoned fries salad. I thoroughly recommend the shakshuka. Served every Sunday, 11am to 3pm. Booking advised – book online here. £30pp.
Bottomless pizza and prosecco or Poretti at The Bluebell, Kirk Langley
Just outside Derby city centre, but in the heart of the countryside is the gorgeous Bluebell country inn. For £29pp you can dine on unlimited pizza accompanied by either bottomless prosecco or premium Italian lager. Pizza options include pepperoni, Hunter’s chicken, a vegetarian option or even a sweet pizza featuring banana, caramel, whipped cream, ice cream and sprinkles! Upgrade to champagne for £49pp.
Kava Coffee in Oakwood on the outskirts of Derby offers a prosecco brunch and a champagne breakfast. The prosecco brunch is £25pp for unlimited prosecco for 2 hours. For up to three people the food is a choice of panini or sandwich from the menu served with crisps and salad. For four or more people a mezze board is served buffet style with a mixture of cheese meat and paninis. Followed by a selection of cake.
Bottomless brunch Chesterfield
Bottomless bubbles at The Bradbury Bar & Bistro
Bottomless bubbles is available every Thursday(£30pp) and Friday (£35pp) from 5pm to 10pm. Includes a choice of any dish from the evening
or specials menu or three dishes from their street food tapas menu and 90 minutes of bottomless draught beer or prosecco. Not in conjunction with any other offer and bookings required.
Bottomless brunch at Annabelle’s Champagne Bar at The Batch House
The newly opened Batch House opposite the football stadium in Chesterfield is a really exciting street food market style venue. You can bottomless brunch every day from 12 to 5pm. For £30pp you get unlimited drinks (choose from prosecco, Aperol spritz, limoncello spritz or peach bellini and a dish from Marco’s (Portugese) Bubba Tapas, Fully Loaded hot dogs, Indie Yum street food or The Batch House Deli. Upgrade to champagne for an extra £15pp. Booking essential – book by sending a DM to their Instagram account.
Bottomless lunch at Blaze Bar and Grill
Blaze Bar and Grill in Chesterfield town centre runs a bottomless lunch every Friday and Saturday between 12 and 3pm. Priced at £29.99pp it includes lunch from their menu, a complimentary selected cocktail (choices include mojito and pina colada) and unlimited prosecco, or for an additional £5pp unlimited IPA or Grolsch. The lunch menu is quite limited, choose from a burger, wrap or macaroni and cheese.
Bottomless brunch at The White Hart Inn at Moorwood Moor
The White Hart Inn at Moorwood Moor near Alfreton runs a popular bottomless brunch every Saturday afternoon. For £27.50pp you can enjoy a brunch dish and unlimited cocktails or prosecco for an hour and a half. Food options include a Full English or vegan breakfast, chicken skewers or pizzas. Cocktails include bellinis, brambles and passionfruit spritzes.
Bottomless brunch in the rest of Derbyshire
South Derbyshire and surrounding area
The Cow at Dalbury Lees
Boutique B&B and gastro pub, The Cow at Dalbury Lees has a highly tempting bottomless brunch menu on the first Saturday of the month. Start with prosecco (or orange juice) before tucking into a pastry and fruit platter served with a fruit smoothie. There are then a choice of brunch mains including a Full English, smoked salmon and poached egg or Polish style hash brown. Vegetarian options are available on request. If you’re not completely stuffed after that there’s even a brunch dessert. Choose from cinnamon French toast or peanut butter cookie dough. All for £30pp. Booking essential.
Bottomless lunch at Amalfi White in Melbourne
Chic Italian restaurant Amalfi White in the pretty South Derbyshire village of Melbourne offers a bottomless option at lunch time. For £15.95 you can enjoy endless fizz over 90 minutes whilst dining from their a la carte menu on Friday or Saturday lunchtimes and Sundays 12-5pm. Booking advised. Starters include burrata ravioli, Szechuan squid and chicken liver parfait with blackberry reduction and berry jelly. There are a variety of tempting main options priced from £15.50.
Bottomless lunch at Ice and Slice, Swadlincote
Ice and Slice in Swadlincote runs a three course bottomless lunch with 90 minutes of unlimited Frizzente prosecco, Carling lager or Lilley cider. Priced at £20pp in the week and £29.99 on Fridays and Saturdays. We went to check it out recently. The food is utterly sublime and they are very generous at topping up glasses! Read the full review here.
Annie Maison, Burton on Trent
The bottomless brunch package at Annie Maison includes 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco and their rustic mezze platter. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options are available. All for £29.95pp. There are also alternative drinks available, but these are limited to four servings. The alternatives include wine, bottled cider or spirit and mixer. There’s even brunch outfit inspiration on their blog!
Just outside Derbyshire
Gorgeous gastro pub The Star at Cotton is technically Staffordshire but is easily accessible from Ashbourne so deserves a spot here. The Star offer a bottomless brunch menu daily for £45pp. It’s one of the few places where you can do bottomless brunch every day of the week and it doesn’t require pre-booking!
There is a ‘small plates’ menu and two hours of cocktails (or prosecco). Food options include pecan and honey roast camembert, ribeye steak sandwich and crispy pork belly. Cocktails include pornstar martinis, Aperol spritz etc. See their website for full details.
These options aren’t bottomless but would be a lovely treat, maybe for a slightly more refined (and less squiffy) experience.
Champagne breakfast at Morley Hayes
Champagne breakfasts are served at Morley Hayes Wednesday to Saturday. The menu regularly changes but is always deliciously decadent. Start with toast or croissant and preserves, then there’s a breakfast starter and then a breakfast main course! Served with a glass of champagne and a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice and tea or coffee at the end. £31pp with the option to add more drinks. Booking essential.
Vintage Champagne breakfast at Horsely Lodge
The vintage champagne breakfast at Horsley Lodge golf club includes one glass of champagne, orange juice, warm croissants and toasts and preserves. Then a choice of breakfast starter such as fresh fruit salad, granola or a smoked salmon pancake. Then a choice of breakfast mains, such as a Full English or eggs benedict with Danish pastries and tea or coffee to finish. £25.95pp. Reservation essential.
Champagne breakfast at The Dragon (Willington), The Boot (Repton) and Harpur’s (Melbourne)
These three delightful gastro pubs are part of the same small, local chain. Before lockdown we stayed in one of the lovely rooms at The Dragon in Willington. There’s a lovely ambiance and all the food was delicious.
Each venue offers a champagne breakfast. For £24.95 you can enjoy either one glass or champagne or two glasses of prosecco, or fresh fruit juice. There’s a choice of starters, e.g. pancakes, mango and passionfruit smoothie or homemade granola. And then choose either a Full English, a vegan breakfast or avocado on toast. The experience culminates in a croissant and chocolate brownie served with Chantilly cream and fresh berries. Advance booking essential.
Champagne or Prosecco Breakfast at the Monkey Lounge in Melbourne
The cute and quirky Monkey Lounge in the lovely village of Melbourne runs a four course Champagne or prosecco breakfast every Saturday afternoon. Start with a glass of fruit juice, then a choice of breakfast starters, then a breakfast main course (I’d be going for the avocado and feta on toast!) served with a glass of fizz, and then finish with pastries and tea or coffee. Priced at £22 for prosecco and £25 for champagne. Booking essential.
Love brunch? Read my guide to the best places for brunch in Chesterfield. Or click here for my Ultimate Guide to the Best Restaurants in Derbyshire.