The best bottomless brunches in Newcastle – ranked by price

These are some of the best places for a bottomless brunch across Newcastle.

Unlimited food and drink – what’s not to love? Bottomless brunches have been popular for some time, but the concept is now more readily available than ever with restaurants and bars across Newcastle offering different twists on the craze.

Ranked by price, here are some of the best bottomless brunches in Newcastle that you must try:

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Jar of Jam, Jesmond – £26 / £16

Jam Jar is the cheapest option on this list and Jesmond’s site offers unlimited prosecco, mimosas, Bloody Marys or Bellini for £26, while non-alcoholic options include orange juice, tea or coffee and soft drinks at a cheaper rate.

With food options remaining fairly traditional for brunch, diners can have various toppings of toast, pancakes, eggs Benedict, or a full breakfast.

A bottomless brunch is available on-site between 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Saturday or 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday with two-hour sessions.

The Cog and the Wheel, Jesmond – £26.50 / £15

While staying in Jesmond, the Cog and Wheel offers endless brunch Monday through Saturday with two-hour sessions available by reservation between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

For £26.50 pp customers can have an unlimited Prosecco, Pornstar Martini, Bloody Mary, Espresso Martini, House Cocktail, Coors or Aspall with the option to mix and match drinks. A £15 non-alcoholic option is also available.

As for food, the Cog and Wheel offers similar options to Jam Jar, plus a full vegetarian breakfast.

No 28 Grainger Market – £28

A superb hidden bar tucked away in one of the entrances to Grainger Market, No 28 is open for a bottomless brunch from Tuesday to Sunday with a 1.5 hour session costing £28 and a two hour meal costing £33 £.

Self-described as the “people of the original bottomless brunch,” the place offers prosecco or Aperol Spritz as well as very different food options, including a chorizo ​​and chickpea stew, Toulouse sausages and a 5 bean cassoulet.

Pitcher and Piano, Dock – £28

The Pitcher and Piano bottomless brunch lasts two hours with drink options listed as prosecco, bellini cocktails, mimosas, Aperol Spritz or pints of Amstel.

The popular chain’s northeast branch also offers a wide range of food options from a full vegetarian breakfast and brunch burger to a Moroccan baked breakfast and a simple egg Benedict. Anyone wishing to try the offer must book online.

Slug and Lettuce, Quayside and Grainger Street – £28

Nestled under the Tyne Bridge is another popular chain – Slug and Lettuce offer two hour sessions for £28 pp. There is also a second location called Newcastle Central on Grainger Street. The brand’s brunch offering includes prosecco by the glass, mimosas, bloody marys and more, with a beer – Amstel – available as part of the meal.

Traditional brunches cover the menu at both locations, while those willing to pay the extra £3 can get other options including a southern fried chicken wrap, a halloumi and avocado sandwich and a cheese and bacon burger.