Eat & Drink

Where to enjoy a bottomless dining experience in Newcastle

If you’re looking for a boozy way to celebrate a special occasion or even just socialise on a Sunday, a bottomless brunch is a top-notch choice. Copious food and free flowing drinks? Yes please.

A few venues in Newcastle have jumped on the bottomless bandwagon – find your new favourite with our guide to bottomless brunches (and lunches) in Newcastle.

5 Sawyers

Darby Street’s hit cocktail bar 5 Sawyers does a bottomless brunch with plenty of variety, so there’s something for everyone in your gang to enjoy. Think sweet treats like Danish pastries and a spiced, fruity milk toffee tart; savoury dishes like pork shoulder croquettes and poached eggs with burnt butter hollandaise; and heaps of drink options, from wine and beer to cocktails like a classic espresso martini and Aperol spritz. It’ll set you back $100 per person – book in from 11am-1pm on Sundays.
Where: 115 Darby St, Cooks Hill

Autumn Rooms

A Cooks Hill favourite for unique, flavourful takes on breakfast and brunch classics, Autumn Rooms runs bottomless brunch from 12pm-2pm on Saturdays. For $95 per person, drink bottomless mimosas (with a non-alcoholic mocktail), filter coffees by Single O, and teas by the Tea Collective, accompanied by a shared feast of dishes from the cafe’s seasonal menu.
Where: 127 Darby Street, Cooks Hill

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Ginger Meg’s

Sunday Lunch at Ginger Meg’s has become well-known across Newcastle as the go-to for an excellent value bottomless dining experience. Happening every Sunday from 11.30am-4pm, enjoy a 7-course lunch that features the best of the restaurant’s pan-Asian menu, including an entire vegan menu. Expect dishes like fried chicken bao, salt and pepper squid, and crystal skin veggie dumplings alongside a 1.5 hour drinks package including tap cocktails, tap beers, and a selection of wine – all for $60 per person.
Where: 212 King St, Newcastle

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Transport yourself to Italy at Romberg’s Amalfi Long Lunch, featuring a four-course Italian feast accompanied by bottomless spritzes. Dine on dishes like broad bean and mozzarella crostini, Yamba prawn arancini, garlic butter scallops, and Campari and orange sorbet. Available on Fridays and Saturdays from 12pm-4.30pm, you can stick to the food and a spritz on arrival for $89 per person, or upgrade to bottomless spritzes for two hours for an extra $50 per person.
Where: 282 King St, Newcastle

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The Exchange Hotel

Bottomless brunch at The Exchange Hotel is all about bang for your buck, with a two-course food menu and two hours of bubbles, wine, bellinis, and beers for $69 per person. Even better, they’re available to book every day of the week from 11.30am-2pm, so you’re not restricted to the weekend. With dishes like Greek mezze, crispy Southern fried chicken, and baja fish tacos on offer, you won’t go hungry.
Where: 125 Denison St, Hamilton

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The Grand Hotel

The Grand Hotel has to be one of Newcastle's most charming pubs, retaining that old-school pub feel that makes you feel at home and cosy immediately. The food is certainly an elevated take on pub fare, and you can experience it as part of the hotel's Bottomless Long Lunch. You'll enjoy a three-course sharing menu plus two hours of bottomless wines for $85 per person. Better yet, it's available to book every day of the week.
Where: 32 Church St, Newcastle

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The Happy Wombat

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just catching up with friends, bottomless brunch at The Happy Wombat is the place to be. Choose a main from The Happy Wombat’s comprehensive menu (featuring plenty of native Australian ingredients) and pair it with two hours of bottomless sparkling, wine, beers, and mimosas for $69 per person. Book in on Saturdays from 10am-2pm.
Where: 575 Hunter St, Newcastle West

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The Lucky Hotel

Every Saturday and Sunday, The Lucky Hotel hosts Punch Brunch, which is exactly as fun as it sounds. Expect two hours of shared plates, free flowing cocktail jugs, plus house wine, beer, and non-alcoholic drinks for $89 per person. Punch Brunch is available for groups of four to 10 – book in from 12pm-2pm on the weekend for the ultimate group catch-up.
Where: 237 Hunter St, Newcastle

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