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Five Spots to Enjoy Bottomless Boozy Brunch in Wellington

Start your weekend with unlimited bubbly, beer, vino and cocktails, and ruin all regular brunches forever.
By Stephen Heard
March 10, 2020
By Stephen Heard
March 10, 2020


Start your weekend with unlimited bubbly, beer, vino and cocktails, and ruin all regular brunches forever.

Not quite breakfast, not quite lunch; brunch is the hybrid meal when drinking before noon becomes totally acceptable. It's also the irresistible sponge soaking up that first home deposit (here's looking at you, smashed avo). The most popular meal of the day has now been enhanced as a swarm of bottomless dining sessions pop up across the city. Here's where to have your fill, and seconds, and thirds, and so on.

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    The Borough's Bottomless Brunch

    What better way to celebrate the weekend than with bottomless brunch? Hosted by The Borough in Tawa, this gorging session is like no other. With two-hour morning and midday sessions every Saturday, you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy this never-ending assortment of brunch eats. With dishes from The Borough’s special brunch menu and unlimited tea, coffee, juice and soft drinks, you won’t be going home thirsty. Select cocktails and alcoholic beverages will also be available to choose from as part of the $40 deal. Bookings are essential to secure your spot.

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    St Johns Bottomless Brunch

    Waterfront bar and eatery St Johns has jumped on the bottomless bandwagon and is now serving up brunch favourites and unlimited drinks for $45 per person every Sunday. From 10am until noon, diners have the choice of eggs benedict, a vegetarian breakfast, or the full spread featuring eggs, bacon, hash, tomato, mushrooms, sausages, baked beans and toasted ciabatta. To wash it all down are unlimited mimosas, cocktails, mocktails, tea and coffee.

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    The Garden Hotel Bottomless Brunch

    Not just a destination for late-night shenanigans, The Garden Hotel wakes up every weekend with hearty brunch items. Forget about scrambled eggs; brunch-goers at the Courtenay Place establishment can kickstart their day with crispy buttermilk fried chicken, spicy beef burgers, cinnamon French toast and breakfast pizza. For $49, The Garden Hotel’s weekend bottomless brunch includes any menu item and unlimited house beer, mimosas or tap cocktails.

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    Sunday Brunch

    Jardin Grill’s Sunday brunch is something to be admired. The menu at Sofitel Wellington’s on-site restaurant comes laden with freshly shucked oysters, smoked salmon, prawns, antipasto, cheeses and exquisite desserts. The $49 booking price includes one main dish cooked to order. And if you’re looking to right last night’s wrongdoings, free-flowing prosecco, mimosas and bloody marys can be added for $29. The bottomless brunch kicks off at 12pm with the last reservation taken at 1.45pm.

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    Bottomless Brunch

    Portlander Bar & Grill is celebrating International Women’s Day three weeks late with a one-off bottomless brunch. The contemporary restaurant inside Rydges Hotel regularly throws down all-you-can-eat celebrations — this time executive chef Tim Banks is preparing a variety of tapas-style dishes. Guests will have plenty to pick and choose from across the three-hour session. The restaurant will also have a gin punch available on the day to match.

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