Yep, we've all be there... Waking up on Saturday or Sunday morning suffering from severe hangover knowing that the only cure to heal you is just one big fat brunch. Well let VIVA help you out on that one, we are the answer to all your questions. We can tell you where is best to go for some quality bottomless brunch in London! Check out our list below. Additionally  click here and select bottomless brunch to see the complete list of bars we have reviewed and click here and select bottomless brunch to see our top 10 bottomless brunch bars in London.

 

Flight Club

 

2A Worship St, London EC2A 2AH

The Flight Club is a very stylish looking bar filled with wooden furniture, chesterfields, a casino-look-a-like bar and booths to share with a group of friends. There are 2 Flight Clubs in London and one in Chicago, sounds quite cool to us already! As soon as you enter the bar, you can feel the buzz and energy of people playing. Laughter, cheers, support and music is what you hear as you walk across the room and it will 100% get you in the right mood whether you had a good or bad day!  Click here to see our review of Flight Club.

 

Ballie Ballerson

 

113 Curtain Road, EC21 3BS

If you like travellling back to your childhood in an adult way, you will love this place. We never thought we’d ever go back to ball pit but thanks to Ballie Ballerson we have. And even better, we could also get drunk at the same time with some delicious cocktails, it’s an all deal! As you can imagine and considering the activity, people get back to their child’s mentality: chucking balls at each other, throwing themselves in the pools and pushing their friends over. Click here to see our review of Ballie Ballerson.

 

Christopher’s

 

18 Wellington Street, Covent Garden , London WC2E 7DD

First opened in 1991 in the heart of London, Christopher’s is an exclusive American bar that has a lot on offer. A Martini bar on the ground floor, a very chic restaurant on the first floor and a private club on the lower ground floor. Christopher’s has everything set up to spend an entire day and night in their venue.  Click here to see our review of Christopher's.

 

Dirty Bones

 

1 Club Row, E1 6JX

Dimmed lights, a mix of hip-hop, funk and soul in the background, signature cocktails and meat on the bone is what you get. Dirty Bones seems to be a winner! Click here to see our review of Dirty Bones.

 

Duck & Waffle

 

110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

Amazingly Duck & Waffle is open 24 hours a day, so if you fancy a late late night drink you will not find a place in London with a better view. The restaurant is known as a fine dining venue and the atmosphere is in vibrant. Click here to see our review of Duck & Waffle.

 

Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings

 

Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

The Bourne and Hollingworth has a lot to offer: a bar with delicious cocktails, the restaurant divided into the greenhouse and the garden room, a café, a private dining room, a private kitchen and a club….. Well they basically have everything for everyone! All apart from ‘below & hidden’ their club, are decorated in a very similar way: a lot of white and a lot of green! It is so airy, comfortable, pretty yet very minimalist. Click here to see our review of Bourne & Hollingsworth.

 

The Botanist

 

The Botanist, Liverpool Street Station, Broadgate Circle, London, UK

The Botanist is part of the ETM group of bars, and like their other venues it is very stylish and as result, very popular. It has a nice outdoor space given it sits on Broadgate Circle, which is a perfect place to drink on a pleasant afternoon. This popular Liverpool Street bar can get busy on thursdays and fridays all year round. It boasts a downstairs club area, ‘the Soda Room’ where you can party till late. Click here to see our review of The Botanist.

 

Lima Floral Bajo

 

14 Garrick St, London WC2E 9BJ

Bajo has just a few tables so can only accommodate a certain amount of people. It is cosy and well decorated; they even managed to give it a ‘ground floor’ kind of look thanks to some windows with fake ‘natural’ lighting! This Peruvian bar specialises in Pisco – the local alcohol, and it seems like most people were drinking that! Click here to see our review of Lima Floral Bajo.

 

Ask for Janice

 

50-52 Long Lane | Farringdon/Barbican, London EC1A 9EJ

We went to this bar on a Thursday evening and the place was pretty lively. The staff are very friendly and caring, the décor is awesome: white painted brick, wooden tables, white tile bar, orange lit bar, polaroid shots on the bare poles and cool art work. If you want a chilled one, Ask For Janice is the place to be. Their food menu focuses on fresh ingredients to present the best British food. As they describe themselves, their menus reflect their values: sharing is caring! Open for some delicious botomless brunch, lunch and dinner, the vibe keeps changing following the sun.  Click here to see our review of Ask For Janice.

 

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