As Christmas approaches, ’tis the season to catch up with family and friends and spread some festive cheer.
There’s no better way to spend a morning in the lead-up to Christmas than with a tasty brunch, as you share laughs and good food.
And Bristol isn’t short of options when it comes to getting your morning food fix, whether you prefer a full English or a stack of American pancakes to warm you up on these cold winter mornings.
Here are five of Bristol’s best festive brunches for December.
The Victoria Park
The Victoria Park is inviting all to celebrate their Christmas weekends in style with their boozy bottomless brunch.
For two hours, they are providing not only fantastic food – but also free-flowing alcoholic or virgin drinks.
The brunch is priced at £30 and the menu is extensive, offering delicious classics such as avocado on toast alongside a full English.
As well as a range of veggie options, Victoria Park is also serving up a limited edition festive turkey burger that features crispy coated turkey fillet with pork, cranberry sauce and fig stuffing. This festive treat will be served alongside pigs-in-blankets, fries and a cranberry sauce dip.
Bookings can be made on the Victoria Park website.
The Cosy Club
The Cosy Club’s bottomless festive brunch is perfect for large groups as they accept party sizes of up to 40 people.
With prices ranging from £35, diners can enjoy their food alongside bottomless Prosecco, mimosas, Bloody Marys, Virgin Marys or any hot or soft drinks for 90 minutes.
The Cosy Club’s brunch classics will also be on offer, including their delicious shakshuka and Huevos rancheros, which are perfect for those who want to deviate from the traditional brunch choices.
The Cosy Club’s beautiful Corn Street location is a great way to spend festive mornings and bookings can be made on the Cosy Club website.
With two Bristol locations – diners can enjoy Bocabar’s classics from both Brislington’s Paintworks or the beautifully set Finzels Reach.
Boca Bar’s unique Christmas menu is set at only £14.95 per person from 10:30-11 am.
Diners will be able to tuck either Boca Bar’s English breakfast or their veggie and vegan alternatives – which come with a glass of fizz.
To make sure the occasion is festive, a hot drink and a mince pie will also be included.
Bookings can be made on Bocabar’s website.
The Slug and Lettuce
The Slug and Lettuce is also offering a festive bottomless brunch this December and with a range of different options, there’s something for everyone.
For £28 diners can enjoy any of their brunch dishes alongside bottomless prosecco, mimosas, Aperol spritz, Bloody Marys, pints of Amstel, Virgin Marys or a selection of soft drinks.
There are also upgrade options available with the Crimbo burger or the loaded turkey sub available for £3 more.
As if this isn’t exciting enough, for an extra £10 Pornstar Martini lovers can enjoy unlimited amounts of the popular cocktail alongside their brunch.
The Slug and Lettuce brunch lasts for two hours and can be booked on their website.
Vodka Revolution’s Elf-themed bottomless brunch
This year, Vodka Revolution is hosting a bottomless brunch with a twist.
There will be a fantastic food line-up including chicken waffles and pancakes with a range of toppings, but there is plenty more to get excited about.
As well as 90 minutes of bottomless booze, there will be a DJ playing non-stop Christmas hits as well as a showing of festive favourite Elf.
This jam-packed event will take place on Sunday, December 5 from 1pm – 3pm.
Tickets cost £35 and can be purchased through Fatsoma.
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