As Bristol’s food and drink scene continues to reopen safely, leisurely weekend brunches and Sunday lunches at your favourite restaurants and pubs are back on the menu. Whether you’re in the mood for lowkey lunching or a boozy bottomless brunch, we’ve pulled together just a few of the places you can indulge in a weekend foodie treat. It’s no secret that these lay on a lovely lunch or brunch, so book ahead to ensure you get a table. 

Laid-back brunch

Enjoy a relaxed brunch in style at Browns Brasserie, inside their beautiful building on Queens Road or on one of the three outdoor terraces if you prefer. Their brunch is served 10am-12pm every Saturday and Sunday, with a small menu of classic brunch dishes like a traditional breakfast, smashed avocado on toast and eggs benedict. For a change from your usual coffee, order one of the delicious fruit smoothies. 

Poached eggs brunch at Browns Bristol

Image - Browns Brasserie & Bar

Sunday roast 

In keeping with its no-nonsense British and European menu that shows off quality meat, the Graze Bar & Chophouse on Queen Square does a traditional hearty roast on Sundays. Expect locally sourced meats, seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes and proper gravy, best enjoyed with one of the hearty ales or fine wines on offer.  

Barmaid pulling a pint at Graze Bar & Chophouse Bristol

Image - Graze Bar & Chophouse

From one corner of Queen Square to another, there’s also a top-notch Sunday roast on the menu at historic pub The Hole in the Wall. If you’re feeling indulgent, go all out with the ‘Trio of Roasts’, which comes with beef, pork and chicken, plus crackling, stuffing wrapped in bacon and bread sauce on top of the usual sides. 

Roast at Hole in the Wall Bristol

Image - The Hole in the Wall

The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer, more commonly called The Volley, is another historic pub over on King Street that’s known for its quality pub grub. That includes cracking Sunday roasts, which go down nicely with a pint from the fantastic selection of UK draught beers and ciders. With table service, staff in PPE and more new safety measures, feel reassured that you’ll be well looked after here. 

Roast at The Volley Bristol

Image - The Volley 

Boozy brunch

Between 12-6pm on Saturdays and Sundays, drinks are flowing for bottomless brunch at cocktail bar Revolution on St Nicholas Street, which has ‘We’re Good To Go’ accreditation. Staff keep your glass filled with prosecco, selected cocktails or Amstel for two hours, while you tuck into brunch dishes such as blueberry, banana and nutella pancakes and fried chicken and bacon waffles. If you’re not feeling breakfast-style food past midday, opt for one of the pizzas instead. 

Bottomless brunch at Revolutions Bristol

Image - Revolution

Sip on bottomless bubbles when you brunch between 11am-3pm on Saturdays at The Lost & Found, a Victorian-themed cocktail bar and restaurant on Queens Road. Their tipple selection is Aperol spritz, prosecco, mimosas or bloody Marys, while the food menu ranges from classic eggs royale to cornflake chicken. Staff are ensuring you enter a super safe environment, with new measures like single-use recyclable menus, enhanced cleaning and taking personal details for track and trace.  

Brunch at The Lost & Found Bristol

Image - The Lost & Found

We hope you enjoyed this content, it was funded by Bristol City Centre BID, as part of the #BristolTogether campaign. Please note the latest Government guidelines require you to wear a face covering, unless exempt, in indoor settings and where social distancing may be difficult. You are permitted to meet in groups of no more than six people. Please socialise responsibly.  

In partnership with Visit Bristol, Business West, Broadmead BID, the One City Economy Board and Bristol City Council. The project is also supported by the European Regional Development Fund through HM Government’s Reopening High Streets Safely Fund.

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