What is better than one glass of wine? Unlimited amounts of wine of course. That is why everybody loves the latest craze of bottomless brunches and lunches where you will never see your glass empty, until the bill comes and you can barely see straight. Have you been living under a rock and never tried bottomless prosecco? If so, here are 10 places you can get wine on tap in Liverpool:
1. Ma Boyle’s
This alehouse and eatery was actually the first bar in Liverpool to start the bottomless prosecco craze with their Bottomless Sparkling Afternoon Tea deal, which is available Monday to Thursday from 10am until 2pm for £25. As well as their popular Bottomless Prosecco Brunches available on Saturday and Sunday from 10am until 2pm, which are usually £40 but they currently have a special offer on for £25. So head down to Ma’s before the offer ends for great home-cooked food and endless prosecco.
Probably one of the best places in Liverpool to drink copious amounts of wine, with it’s panoramic views of the Liverpool skyline and amazing food, surely the prosecco must be the best of the best. Well you can try it out for yourself at their Bottomless Brunch, which is on every Saturday from 11am until 3pm where you can choose from unlimited prosecco, bloody mary’s or mimosas for £35 per person. So go book and drink to your heart’s content.
3. The Baltic Social
In the heart of the ever-developing Baltic Triangle is this great space, which brings together music, food and drink in a great social space that brings everybody together. They bring even more people together with their bottomless brunch which is held every last Sunday of the month £30 a head you can get yourself unlimited fizz, beer and brunch. Make sure to book in advance so you don’t miss out on the wine on tap!
4. Roja Pinchos
Liverpool’s first pincho bar (Spanish small plates), serving all kinds of delicious food held together by pincho sticks. What makes it even better is that they actually serve unlimited pinchos and cava wine on Cava Sundays. So you can eat as many pinchos as you want, as you soak them up with cava. Make sure to book as it is only a small place and Sunday’s are packed.
5. Castle St Townhouse
The place that caters for everyone’s eating and drinking hours including Bottomless brunch time, which includes three courses and their special bottomless brunch punch, prosecco or mimosas for £35 all week. They also have Wine Wednesdays, where you get three courses a bottle of wine for each diner. Talk about wine central.
6. All Bar One
Not far from the amazing docks is this great chain bar in Liverpool, who have joined the bottomless brunch train with their offer of unlimited prosecco, oh and a side of brunch for £25 per person every Sunday. The perfect place to get wine on tap!
7. The Verdant
This award winning restaurant on Allerton Road is the place to be in Liverpool at the moment, and not just because they offer bottomless wine every Sunday. Whether you are a Red, Rose, or white wine connoisseur, they have it on tap for everyone. This comes with one of the best Sunday Roasts you will ever taste, they not only cater for wine tasted but also food tastes, including a veggie option of course. Make sure you book in advance, Sundays are packed!
8. Sound Food and Drink
The perfect place for pizza and prosecco lovers as every Friday from 5pm to 7pm you can get a pizza and bottomless prosecco for £20. So after a hard week at work you can drown your sorrows in pizza and bubbles.
9. Las Iguanas
A mix of Latin, Brazilian, and Mexican tapas, and of course bottomless brunch. Their deal includes a starter, main and unlimited prosecco or Brahma beer for £24.95 every Sunday from 11am to 5pm. Make sure to book and bottoms up!
This amazing bar and restaurant are the queens of bottomless brunch with a variety of offers, starting with their bottomless brunch,including your choice of various egg and avocado dishes, and of course unlimited drinks for £30pp. They also have a special day called #Notgoinghome every Thursday, which includes three small plates and bottomless drinks for £30, no wonder you won’t be going home.
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