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Want us to get your weekend sorted? Message our new free concierge service and we'll recommend the best places as well as get you booked in. All you've gotta do is book that Uber. Sorted.  Asia and America have been doing it for years and finally London’s on (or off) the wagon. What your eggs need are a side of bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Marys, Champagne, Bellinis and Mimosas. Party through the hangover, brunch is now an all day boozing affair. Not hanging? You will be tomorrow. 1.HotBox You've probably heard the rumours about this being the best brunch in London. Well there's no smoke without fire, and fire's what you're gonna get 'cos these guys are the kind of the BBQ. Smokey baked eggs, 18 hour brisket and smoked pork belly benedict. Hell YES. Plus bottomless Prosecco, mimosas and their 5 different house Bloody Marys. Go for the one with smoke meat drippings. Bad. Ass. The best bit? Their brunch is available every damn day. Boom. 2. Doctor Kluger's  In the not so secret Olde Town Tavern (in the Breakfast Club at Canary Wharf), Dr Kluger is prescribing a killer remedy to the weekend blues. The Bottomless Consultation is an all singing, all dancing (literally) two-hour prescription of free pouring prosecco, schooners of larger and full montys - just what the Doctor ordered. Better still to keep you entertained during your appointment the Doctor has lined up some of the city’s hottest drag acts. The deal: £39 per person for a two-hour consultation of bottomless prosecco, bucks fizz and larger. Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 5pm. Doctor Klugers, CR30, Crossrail Place, 1 Crossrail Place, Crossrail Station and Retail Mall, London E14 5AR 3.Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings It just ain’t brunch without a Bloody Mary in tow, and at B&H you can go all customised with vodka, tequila or gin in your yours, add in potato hash, salt beef, hollandaise and crispy shallots and you’ve got the first meal of the day nailed. If that and the sh*t tonne of green plants in this outside-is-inside oasis doesn’t sort out your hangover, there’s an empty bathtub in the loo’s just waiting for you to nod off in. Don't let the gang down, get BarChick to book you a table. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, bottomless Bloody Mary’s for £17 // £18 for unlimited Bellinis 42 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HU Brunch.B.H   4. Mommi  Fancy mixing up your usual brunch routine and wanna fusion fix then get to this mix of South America meets Japan crossed with Venice Beach. The open kitchen dishes up a killer menu of brunch classics with a South American twist. If you don’t know what to go for just order the three course chef selection which blew our minds. Ask BarChick can sort you out. The deal: £29.50 for a two-hour sitting, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 3.30pm (Sat) 2.00pm (Sunday) Mommi, 44-48 Clapham High St, London SW4 7UR 5. Drink Shop Do Can’t seem to scramble out of bed before 3pm on Sundays? Always manage to miss the bottomless brunch hours? No worries! Drink Shop Do have got you covered. Brunch is served on your terms, all day long from 10.30am. The two-hour timer starts whenever you’re ready and with bottomless bagels, Bloody Mary’s and Prosecco all on offer you’ll certainly be able to fill ya boots. 9 Caledonian Rd, London N1 9DX 6. Seven Brixton If like BarChick you are indecisive as f*ck on a hangover then the folks at this tapas restaurant have got your back. Mixing new British brunch classics (smashed avo) with Spanish flavours including the infamous Spain in a Bap dish, these guys have something for everyone. Better yet its all washed down with bottomless bloody Mary’s, Prosecco and fresh naranja. Get BarChick to sort out your booking, just click here. The deal: £25.00 for a two-hour sitting, Saturday and Sunday 10am – 1pm. Unit 7, Market Row, Brixton   7. Hix Soho and Hixter Bankside  Make it a date at Hix Soho or Hixter Bankside: they’ve got De Beauvoir smoked salmon 'His Cure' with scrambled Burford Brown eggs and Cock 'n’ bull hash that comes with a double yolker because brunch ain’t just for singles. If you happen to be at the Bankside joint, don’t forget to roll onto Southbank with fingers crossed for some sun. The Deal: Saturday only, bottomless Bloody Mary's and glasses of Prosecco for £15 16 Great Guildford Street, SE1 0HS // 66-70 Brewer St, London W1F 9UP crab tavern bloody marys 8. Flight Club

Two hours of bottomless Prosecco, pizza and a bit of Social Darts thrown in for good measure in this epic pub-meets-professional-playground in Shoreditch.

The deal: £30 for unlimited refills every Saturday and Sunday 12pm-2pm 0r 2pm-4pm. Boom!

9.Coya

Peruvian legend Coya is big on the brunch scene and it’s insanely good. It would be rude not to kick off with some legendary Pisco Sours. Ceviche, tuna tacos, slow pulled pork and corn criollo are up first and it’s a sharing affair before mains hit the table like chargrilled seabass and roast lamb. There’s unlimited Louis Roederer Champagne, and they're not afraid to use it. Going with a group of mates? Be totally badass and book in for the chef’s private dining room at NO extra cost people (text us, we'll sort it) - all bright artwork, private service and a mega table, be the kings of brunch. The deal: Sunday only, £20 a head for unlimited Champagne. 118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NW Brunch.Coya 10. Aqua Kyoto Original boss of the unlimited London brunching, Aqua have been channeling Asian vibes for years with their Infinity brunch. A sushi sunday brunch, on one of London’s best roof terraces, with unlimited Champagne, holla! The deal: Sunday only, £65 for unlimited Veuve Champagne and a Bloody Mary on arrival or from £39 with a beverage of your choice. 5th floor, 240 Regent Street, London W1B 3BR Brunch.Aqua.Kyoto 11.Quaglino's You also can’t argue with bunching it up in a swank setting that gives you lobster scrambled eggs, caviar omelettes and sirloin steak with unlimited bubbles. These guys just get it. Dress up or go home. Book your table hassle free - get BarChick to do it. The deal: Saturdays and Sundays, add bottomless bubbles to your meal for £15pp. 16 Bury Street, London, SW1Y 6AJ 12.Flesh & Buns Up there with the best buns in London, Flesh & Buns now get their far eastern freak on in the morning too. Ask to sit in one of the chill-out booths, get on the cocktails and get a Japanese feast of meat and fish with all the glorious sides (wine). The deal: Sunday only, cocktail on arrival, chips, dips and edamame, unlimited hot and cold dishes, signature Flesh & Buns, unlimited Prosecco, red or white wine and dessert for the table. £39/£46pp. 41 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LX Brunch.Flesh..Buns 13.Made Bar & Kitchen at Camden Roundhouse You don’t need to get tickets for a show, but you do need to try the Bloody Mary’s at Camden’s theatre restaurant. These guys have taken it one step further and made the food free flowing too, here’s hoping your stomach is bottomless. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, unlimited toast, pastries and waffles for £14.95 and add bottomless Bellinis or Bloody Mary’s for £29.95. Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH Brunch.Made 14.Bunga Bunga Not one for the faint hearted, Bunga Bunga brings the entertainment hard at the weekend. Expect drag queen entertainers, loud music and dancing - there’s nutella pastries too. By 3pm you’ll be on the dance floor living it large like you’ve been partying all night. Sure it’s a bit much but the sofa’s not gonna make you laugh is it? This place is booked up for months - get BarChick to bump you up the list. The deal: Bottomless antipasti, pastries, pizza, gelati, bellinis and prosecco for 2 hours. 11.30am sitting or a 1.45pm one (that pretty much lasts all damn day) sitting - both £42. 37 Battersea Bridge Road, Battersea, London SW11 3BA 15.Le Pont de la Tour Head to the new bar at Le Pont de la Tour for Le Brunch chez Pont, a ‘sans fond’ (bottomless) brunch. With cosy banquettes and wicked views of Tower Bridge, this is surely the most glamourous new brunch in town. Get your fresh juice on with a side of the breakfast classics or go for the Brunch Burger with gruyère and bacon. Wash it all down with bottomless bubbles for £15. Hell yes. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, £15 for two courses or£20 for three and unlimited Prosecco for an extra £15 a head. Boom. 16.The Exhibit Not had eggy bread since school days? It’s back so go get it with avocado, and while you’re there try the ‘Kick Start’ too; chilli rice and fried egg. Way better than cereal. If it’s a hot day try to arrive early so you can grab a garden seat, they go quick. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, unlimited bubbles or Bloody Mary’s for £20 12 Balham Station Road, London, SW12 9SG Brunch.Exhibit 17. Great Exhibition They keep brunch simple at this East Dulwich pub that’s all local vibes - get a full english, eggs Benny/Florentine/Royale or Pancakes with bacon and maple syrup and bottomless cocktails for £20. There’s unlimited coffee too - just what you need before pub crawling along Lordship Lane; what weekends were made for. The deal: Saturday only, bottomless Bloody Mary’s, Prosecco or Mimosas to be served with your meal, £25 all in. 193 Crystal Palace Rd, East Dulwich, SE22 9EP 18.Forge & Co Bubble and squeak washed down with Prosecco, just what your weekend wanted. Veggie? This place is your best mate with sh*t load of avocado more than making up for bacon’s absence. The deal: pay £15 for a glass of Prosecco with unlimited refills. Holla! 154-158 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6HU Brunch.Forge..Co 19.South Place Hotel American waffles with Nutella? Hells yeah! You can even get away with wearing your dressing gown here with the lazy hotel morning vibes. They go big on the booze here. Go get seats on the suntrap terrace then blag your way up to the secret garden to work your way through the wine list. Get booked in, message BarChick Concierge now. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, bottomless Bellinis, Prosecco and Mimosas for £15 when you have two courses or more. 3 South Place, London EC2M 2AF 20.Shackfuyu Soho's favourite Japanese comfort food restaurant is kicking up a notch and bringing happiness into brunch lovers' lives. (aka.everyone) There's gonna be brunched up Shackfuyu classics so expect things like breakfast hot stone rice with cheese, bacon and mushrooms as well as awesome new brunch specials like green tea waffles with smoked bacon, black sesame butter and maple syrup. Awesome.

The deal: Sunday only. 12pm - 4:30pm. Unlimited pineapple-infused sake, a choice of two small plates and one larger dish. £29.

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21.Bad Egg New to the Old Street crew, Bad Egg’s got this: cheeseburger hash; sides of fried chicken on syrup brioche; cheese and fried egg chips; breakfast tacos and f*cking hot Gochujang (a Korean spice, yo) spiked Bloody Marys. See ya there. The deal: Three plates and bottomless Gochujang Bloody Marys, Cava or Mimosas for £35 (or go virgin for£23.50). City Point, 1 Ropemaker Street, London, EC2Y 9AW Breakfast.landscape..Bad.Egg 22.Asia de Cuba  This is where you can get a signature Chino-Latino brunch of said dishes, bottomless cocktails of your choice and Mexican doughnuts. BarChick was sold at bottomless cocktails, but the clincher was mention of the Mexican doughnuts. Epic. Cuban-born Luis Pous has devised a wicked three-course brunch including dishes such as Ceviche de Pescado, Black Bean Hummus with Malanga Chips and Cuban Benedics with BBQ pulled pork and chipotlaise sauce to name a few. Did we mention that the Mexican Doughnuts made of caramel or Thai chili-chocolate are also unlimited alongside bottomless cocktails? They are and they're so spot on. It'll get booked up though, so nab your table now. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, brunch with bottomless cocktails for 2 hours from 12pm - 4pm at £48 a head for bottomless cocktails or £70 for bottomless Champers. 23.Coin Laundry A 70s inspired bottomless brunch at one of Clerkenwell's most popular hangouts? Finally. Delicious food ranging from sardines on toast, cheeseburgers and sausage and onion baps to the brunchy classics like sweet banana pancakes and other twists that will take you on a trip down memory lane. Then choose from endless Bloody Mary's, Buck's Fizz or Pamplemousse cocktails to make it a boozy one. They've got board games and a pinball machine, too. Cool. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, brunch with bottomless cocktails for 2 hours. £18 a head for Bloody Mary's, £17 for Pamplemousse and £16 for Buck's Fizz. 2Q== 24.Avenue The best thing about going for brunch in West London is no one will look at you twice when you keep your shades on inside; you’re gonna need ‘em in this bright place. Do eat the buttermilk pancakes with bacon and lobster egg benedict. Don’t be tempted to touch the big wine glass chandelier. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Mary’s for £15. 7-9 St James's Street, London SW1A 1EE Brunch.Avenue 25.Salmontini This takes brunch to the next level so freshen up that tired face ‘cos the food is epic and you’ll be partying again in no time. The menu’s all European Japanese fusion, we’re talking miso marinated black cod with grilled eryngii mushroom. For breakfast. Afterwards, stay for the party and keep drinking bottomless champagne with the DJ at the bar. The deal: Saturday only, brunch with bottomless Moet & Chandon champagne for £70 a head. 1 Pont Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 9EJ 26.Lima F*ck aspirin and cold showers, the only real hangover cure is a Michelin star. The Champers flows all day at the Lima Fitzrovia branch, where they’re serving suckling pig and crackling for the Long Sunday lunch. Central? Head to the Covent Garden joint for potato pancakes and a side of Yellow Chilli Pepper Tiger’s Milk. That’s spicy savoury shots to us. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, £12 for 4 glasses of prosecco in their Fitzrovia venue. Fitzrovia: 31 Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1JH // Covent Garden: 14 Garrick Street (Floral Street entrance), Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9BJ Brunch.Lima 27.Mews of Mayfair No one should have to choose between brunch and Sunday lunch, these guys get that. For £25 you can eat eggs for starter, beef and all the trimmings for main plus an epic homemade dessert, all washed down with morning booze classics. We’re impressed. The deal: Sunday only, £15 extra for bottomless Bloody Marys, Bellinis & Mimosas 10 Lancashire Court, New Bond Street, London, W1S 1EY 28.Goat Can't face a big brunch? This place has got you covered. One main course and you're in for hours of endless Aperol Spritz, Rose or Prosecco which all go down a treat on one of their outdoor tables. Inside, sip away until the Chelsea Prayer Room opens upstairs and you can continue the party 'til late... The Deal: Saturday from 2pm and Sunday from 3pm, £35 for bottomless Aperol Spritz, Rose wine or Prosecco 333 Fulham Rd, London SW10 9QL 29. Big Easy Go big with your brunch. At the Covent Garden B.E get involved with bottomless  draught beer, Prosecco or house wine, to go with a choice of hearty mains, including piles of BBQ meat and fresh lobster - or there's a classic brunch if that's more your style. Get BarChick to sort out your booking, just click here. The deal: £29.50, Saturday and Sunday at the Maiden Lane restaurant.  332-334 King's Rd, London SW3 5UR 30. Sake Saturdays Kiri  If bubbles isn't your thing, how about bottomless hot or cold sake. and a Japanese feast, with sushi, miso soup and sashimi for £45 all in This brunch is hot stuff, so hollar at BarChick and get booked in! 22-23 Woodstock Street, W1C 2AR Hey! 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With banging meat, heaps of crispy potatoes and the don of all Yorkshire puddings, it gets pretty competitive out there. We toured the town to bring you the ultimate roast, whatever part of London you’re in. Hope you’re hungry… Want us to book it for you? Course you do.  Message BarChick Concierge (it's free, yo) and we'll recommend the best ones and get it all sorted.

CENTRAL

SEA CONTAINERS AT THE MONDRAIN

We’re talking Clay Oven Roasted Leg of Lamb with mint yoghurt and coriander seeds and a f*ckton of crispy roast potatoes, steaming veg, meaty gravy, the works. Plus you’ll be right on the Southbank… insane riverside view, tick. Post lunch stroll when you feel like you’re gonna explode, tick. Thought roasts were just for Sunday? Think again. They’re serving it up from Good Friday to Easter Monday. Wild. 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD

BLACKLOCK

Chops from Hawksmoor

Our favourite place for a chops fix, the guys at Blacklock are now taking on Sunday roasts. Built above their in-house charcoal grill is a meat suspension bridge that slow-roasts whole cuts of beef rib, middlewhite pork and Cornish lamb legs served alongside massive yorkshires, duck fat roast potatoes and marrow gravy all for just £20! Sip on Bloody Marys, Breakfast Martinis and cold-pressed juices with mini gin bottles too. Sundays never tasted so good.

24 Great Windmill St, London W1D 7LG

Dean Street Townhouse Simple straightforward feeding Soho on a Sunday is a whole different vibe to any other day; it drops the weekday hardcore hustle and late night debauchery and, just like us, spends the whole of Sunday recovering. They keep it pretty simple at the Townhouse with straightforward beef or chicken which is pretty perfect for hungover days when you need to keep the energy levels to a minimum. Two courses are only £24 too so it’s winning all ‘round. 69 – 71 Dean Street, London, W1D 3SE Tom's Kitchen Tradition with all the posh trappings You're not gonna get your mum's bland but miraculously spot on slapdash meat and two veg special here, but you're gonna get just that turbocharged. If you want to stick to tradition, no problem: settle into the roast of the day served with fresh veg, roast potatoes and Yorkshire pud. But if you wanna go wild, try the seven hour confit lamb served with mashed potato and balsamic onions. Got a massive sweet tooth at the table? Seal the deal with a pear and blackberry crumble with clotted cream or a baked Alaska with panettone and vanilla ice cream. Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA Hawksmoor Air Street The King of all roasts These guys are the biggest meat heads in town which means that the Hawksmoor roast is probably the best the goddamn city’s got to offer. They cook their beef on charcoal and serve it with duck fat potatoes, bone marrow and all the rest of that roast-y goodness but if you’re feeling less carnivorous then this Hawksmoor specialises in seafood so take a look at those lobsters. By all means, whatever part of town you’re in, hit up the nearest Hawksmoor for total roast perfection. 5a Air Street, London, W1J 0AD ROAST.Hawksmoor (2) Corrigan’s Mayfair Great post-stroll grub Hit this place after a brisk walk in Hyde Park; it’s got a mean roast that isn’t all about the meat. With beef and lamb on the menu they’ve got some great variety and for those feeling fishy you can order up hake, cod or brill instead. They have the perfect Bloody Mary and a great wine list too. Also, their exceptional sommelier advocates free pouring, our hero! 28 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, W1K 7EH  Riding House Cafe Banging brunch meets Sunday lunch These guys do a serious brunch/lunch all rolled into one, It’s the perfect spot to kick back in if you’ve decided to brave the hectic hoards on Oxford Street. They’ve got roast chicken for two and a rib of beef as well as small plates, salads and soups which we’d just eat as extra sides - poutine chips? Hello! If you’re feeling the effects of last night’s booze, we say just get back on it and order up one of their four Negroni options. 43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1W 7PQ ROAST.Riding.House.Cafe Coq D'argent City staple Perched on the roof of No. 1 Poultry is this City brasserie doing Sunday lunch proper. Whether you want a traditional roast or something a bit more adventurous, they've got you covered. We're talking roasted leg of lamb, Yorkshire pudding, roast veg, rosemary and garlic sauce; corn-fed chicken supreme, Gruyere cheese and black truffles, artichoke and celeriac puree and Cep risotto, artichoke, mascarpone and parmesan crisp. Noice. 1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ

NORTH

THE ALBION

A whole goddamn pig

This beautiful Georgian building draped with wisteria and weeping willow houses a roast of champions. Literally. It’s won awards. Their lamb rump, pork belly, fore rib and whole Sasso chicken are all kindsa good but we’re desperate for a chance to round up 15 people order their whole roast suckling goddamn pig. Yeah, baby.

10 Thornhill Road, London N1 1HW

PIG AND BUTCHER

In-house butchery and bigass sharers

With a name like that there’s gotta be some good meat on the menu, right? Not only do they butcher all their own meat on site but they’re big into brining, braising, smoking and curing. All their veg is fresh from Kent and their fish swims in from the south coast, if you want quality then you’ll get it here. Share a Special Reserve chicken for two or go big with a 35-day aged roasted Hereford sirloin. Your veggie mates won’t be disappointed either, their roasted Potimarron squash and poached egg could tempt the most hungry of carnivores.

80 Liverpool Road, Islington, London N1 0QD

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RED LION AND SUN

Takeaway roast dinners

This pub is surrounded by so much greenery that you’ll probably rock up after a lengthy walk with mud on your shoes and someone else’s dog in tow. Luckily, pups are welcome. Their roast is mega with loads to choose from braised lamb shank to a veggie nut roast, you can even get it all to take away if the hangover’s *that* bad. Booking is essential. You have been warned.

25 North Road, Highgate Village, London N6 4BE

THE PRINCESS OF WALES

Calling the people of Primrose Hill

Passing this pub on a Sunday is like passing an actual people magnet - you’ll be pulled inside before you know it. Not only do they have a jazz band tapping their toes for the afternoon, but you can hang downstairs in the bar, fill your face on the second floor and then, weather permitting natch, freshen up in their little garden (complete with original Banksy, y’know). Their food is all locally sourced and tastes amazing so take a wander around Primrose Hill then finish off here before the Monday fear hits.

22 Chalcot Road, London NW1 8LL

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THE BULL AND LAST

Taxidermy and trimmings

If you’re on the hunt for British pub grub at its best then this is your spot. Work up a sweat on Parliament Hill and make your way here where a taxidermy moose and bull hang high above the punters down below. Lunch here will last you the day, especially if you squeeze in some starters first - you should. Their roast sirloin and roast pork belly come with more than your average trimmings, and the veggie option of sheep’s cheese gnocchi is damn good too. It’s time to go big.

168 Highgate Road, London NW5 1QS

SOUTH

THE CROOKED WELL

South’s best roast

Probably the most famous roast south of the river, you’ve gotta be really dedicated to this cause ‘cos you need to book in mega advance or be prepared to queue. But with brick walls, low lighting and proper gastro pub vibes as well as chunky cuts of beef, all the trimmings and epic meaty homemade gravy, it’s totally worth the wait. Make sure you check out their ‘secret mix’ Bloody Marys too, it just wouldn’t be Sunday without one.

16 Grove Lane, London SE5 8SY

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THE FLORENCE

Urban bolt-hole

This self-titled 'grand old dame of a pub' in Herne Hill has just had a faux rustic refurb and it's all kicking off with epic Sunday roasts. If you're a recently converted urbanite with roots still deep in the country, this'll sort you right out. Think roast Hampshire pork belly, roast rump of beef and Suffolk chicken all served with roasted potatoes, roast carrots, swede, seasonal greens and Yorkshire puddings. They've also got their very own microbrewery on site alongside biodynamic wines. Got a hound? All are welcome. Not made a booking? Best not to chance it even if it is SE; this place is already getting rammed.

131-133 Dulwich Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0NG

THE TRINITY

Perfect rumps

Somewhere along the line this place has been voted ‘Best Sunday Lunch’ so it’s definitely worth getting to. Not just any old roast, their organic rump of beef is totally killer, as is the leg of lamb and chicken with trimmings to die for. The veggie Wellington and butternut risotto has got it going on for those herbivore mates too. This isn’t your chill and fill your face kinda place though, the glasses are polished and napkins are pressed. This treat is not one to drag the hangover crew to.

202-206 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JX

HOUSE OF TIPPLER

Manhattans with your mutton?

With a helping hand from Tim Maddams (the dude from River Cottage, team Tippler rustle up a damn good roast in that neighbourhood cocktail joint of theirs. We’re talking pork belly with crackling, topside of beef or a mix of both when you just want damn well everything. Chuck in a roasted vegetable pithivier to keep the veggies happy and stick around for the desserts. Wash it all down with South London’s best Manhattan. Sundays don’t get much better than this.

123 Lordship Lane, London SE22 8HU

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POWDER KEG DIPLOMACY

Flying the British flag

PKD are all about British produce so you know their roast is gonna be epic. You can take your pick from sirloin of beef with creamed horseradish, slow roasted pork belly, rosemary and garlic lamb or roast chicken with bacon crisp and bread sauce as well as a shallot tartlet for veggies; all ridiculously good and only £20 for two courses. Team it up with a damn good beer or one of their many cocktails - Tequila Maria, come at us - and you’ve won Sunday.

147 St. Johns Hill, London SW11 1TQ

THE AVALON

Clapham’s still got it

You’re gonna need to get here early to score a table because this is where most of Clapham comes to pig out. Serving up all the usual mega suspects like roast beef, pork belly and chicken with bread sauce alongside some epic trimmings but they’ve also got burgers, steaks and pizzas for those mates who aren’t feeling a roast. Get involved in the cocktail menu or order up a bottle of wine and if you’re lucky you’ll snag a seat by the fire.

16 Balham Hill, London SW12 9EB

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THE CANTON ARMS

A sunday sesh in Stockwell

A 10 minute walk from Stockwell tube, this place does a mean Sunday session. You can’t make a booking but the wait is softened by their Bloody Marys. It’s full of south London families and groups of mates so it’s all local, friendly, lazy Sunday vibes. Serving up either chicken, lamb, beef or pork to a pretty damn high standard and some great plates to share, the only difference between the roast here and cooking up a banging one at home is you have to pay up at the end - but when the food is this good it’s worth every penny.

117 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1XP

THE CALF

The game is on

Board games? Check. Booze? Check. Yorkshire puddings so big you could wear them as a hat? Check. The Calf in pretty Clapham Old Town ticks all the boxes. For bigass roasts of beef, pork and chicken, parsnip nut roasts and Bloody Marys to spice up your life, this place is a popular haunt for couples and groups of scrabble-lovin’ mates. Bring your dog and score the armchairs by the bar or take a huge group and reserve a long table in the back room. Best bit? They serve roasts all damn day, ideal for sleeping off the hangover post-gravy fix.

87 Rectory Grove, London SW4 0DR

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THE PALMERSTON

Because the Yorkshires are worth it

The roasts here are award winning and totally repping all the British seasonal ingredients that you want for a heartwarming feeding. All family vibes (you are in Dulwich after all) cosy fireplaces and fine Sunday dining, the Yorkshires in particular are outta this world and if you’re here for the booze good luck navigating that wine list. Less hangover central, more gourmet feasting, the food here is worth dropping the extra cash.

91 Lordship Lane, London SE22 8EP

EAST

The Hemingway Book in for a roasting This place is nearly always booked up for a roast so make sure you get in there quick. It’s decked out with some cool furniture; art deco mirrors sit alongside buffalo horns. Their roast is just what the doctor ordered on a Sunday, their Scotch eggs are a must and with most of the meat coming from the green fields of Devon, you can expect the perfect grub. 84 Victoria Road, London, E9 7JL // From 12-9pm The Royal Oak Columbia Road ain’t just about flowers Sundays at Columbia Road Flower Market wouldn’t be complete without a dip into The Royal Oak, bang smack in the thick of it all. The fun bit is getting busy downstairs but no one likes an elbow in their face when they’re eating… head upstairs for less noise and a feast! Designed for “those who dine in packs”, you can order up a whole chicken, lamb shoulder or sirloin so round up your mates, it’s feeding time. 73 Columbia Road, London, E2 7RG ROAST.the.royal.oak Jones & Sons The hottest boy in town Deep in Dalston you’ll find this old Victorian textile factory that now houses Jones & Sons. If you want a piece of their roast action, you gotta book ahead; this place is popular and not just with the trendy East End crew. People are rolling in for all over town to get their hands on the roast here. Order up and you’ll see why. 23-27 Arcola St, London E8 2DJ

WEST

The Truscott Arms It’s all gravy, baby In its own words, “this is a pub worth travelling for”, and we can’t help but to agree with it. This five-storey Victorian pub happily lends itself to any occasion, from settling in at the bar with a pint (or even a cocktail), to enjoying a formal dinner with friends in the restaurant upstairs. Whatever your flex, it’ll do you proud but it’s their Sunday roast that we book in for. From lamb, to pork, to beef rump with seasonal roasted veg, potatoes, puddings and crazy good gravy, it truly is a roast of champions. We dream about that gravy. 55 Shirland Road, London, W9 2JD ROAST.the.truscott.arms Princess Victoria Save room for pudding What used to be a Victorian gin palace is now Uxbridge Road’s best spot to hit if you’re roast hungry on a Sunday. They have over 400 wines to choose from, a cigar and wine shop, a herb garden courtyard and some seriously good food. They’ve got beef, pork belly, lamb and roasted poussin all served with dripping roast potatoes and hella good veg. If you’ve still got room after that, hit the cheeseboard, sticky toffee pudding or gelato. There’s always room for gelato. 217 Uxbridge Rd, London, W12 9DH The Scarsdale Tavern Post-shop feeding Location-wise this spot is perfect if you’re jamming in some Sunday shopping/Whole Foods perving as it’s only two minutes from High St Ken. Down one of the quieter streets, this pub’s the one literally covered in greenery. Inside it’s all rearing horses framed by heavy gold frames, chunky tables and a crowd that lunches here on the reg. They don’t serve the world’s best roast but what does appear from the kitchen will fill you to the brim and satisfy your Sunday hunger cravings. 23a Edwardes Square, London, W8 6HE ROAST.the.scarsdale.arms The Idle Hour One for the Barnes locals Hidden down a small alley in the far away hideout that is Barnes, it’s the locals’ best kept secret. Of the many clocks that line the walls, there is not one that tells the right time so you can lose a couple of hours here. The roast is a big event for these guys (as are the burgers, but that’s another story); they make sure their meat is from one of the best butchers in town. The choice is either a whole roast chicken or a roasted leg of lamb served with goose fat potatoes, veg and gravy. For a minimum of two people, rally your pals and get carving. 62 Railway Side, Barnes, London, SW13 0PQ The Harwood Arms If your name’s not down, you’re not coming in It’s no secret that the Harwood Arms does a banging roast, so make sure you book ahead because rocking up on a Sunday, mates and hangovers in tow, is not gonna go down. The Sunday menu changes with the chef and the season but whatever’s on the menu will come with a side of the whole shebang whether you’re into meat, fish or just banging veg. 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Read on for a flipping good time; we’ve got red velvet, full English, jambalaya and some badass boozy ones… Shutterbug Shutterbug are no strangers to pancakes, whether you’re looking for thin crepes or fat American bad boys, these guys will flip ‘em good n proper. Savoury with a glug of chilli jam and truffle oil, sweet with a coating of salted caramel, or gluten & wheat free for those who wanna get involved minus the bloat. We say do the double and wash them down with cocktails. 1 Rivington Place, London, EC2A 3BA Blixen They've always got their awesome blueberry and whipped mascarpone on the menu.  These spongey bad boys are spot on for breakfast, nothing like tucking into some pancakes surrounded by palms. 65A Brushfield St, London E1 6AA The Breakfast Club The clue’s in the title with this one; of course their pancakes are going to be outta this world. With five on the menu, choose from the veggie option, bacon or berries. They sound good but we’re going big on the All American with eggs, sausage, fried potatoes, bacon and maple syrup. Start the day like a champ. Various locations breakfast.club.pancakes (1) The Delaunay If you wanna do breakfast like a baller then swing by The Delaunay. These guys take pancakes to a whole new level with maple syrup and bacon, or blueberries, crème fraiche and pear compote. Plus in surroundings this suave it’s totally acceptable to drink champagne pre-10am. 55 Aldwych, London, WC2 The Diner With 8 locations across London, you can nail your pancake craving in super quick time. These guys are taking pancakes up a notch with inspiration from all those treats that always find their way on to your desk: choose from the Jaffa pancake, the Oreo Cookie Cake or the Red Velvet Wonder. Wanna keep it plain Jane? They’ve got maple syrup, banana or blueberry - stack ‘em up five high and wash them down with a hard shake. Various locations the.diner.pancakes     The Riding House Café When these bad boys cruised past us the other day we felt a stab of jealousy. Three fluffy, melt in the mouth pancakes, served with vanilla clotted cream, blueberries and a jug of maple syrup. Wash them down with one of their killer Bloody Marys. Good morning! 43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1 RHC.pancakes Jackson + Rye Jackson + Rye will be slipping some much-needed booze into your day with their spiked pancakes. Made with a good glug of good rye whiskey and rye infused whipped cream, served with a side of sweet and salty maple slab bacon. Eat yourself tipsy. Various locations: Soho, Chiswick & Richmond The Shop NW10 Laidback, cool and creative… these guys are living their life-long dream by running this place and we’re feeling the love. Everything here is for sale so why not take an antique table with your World Famous in Kensal Rise stack of pancakes? Crème fraîche, maple syrup and a strawberry, with extra sides of caramelized bananas, blueberries and streaky bacon all for around £4, bargain. 75 Chamberlayne Road, London, NW10 3ND The.Shop.pancakes Village East We dig this place for its whacky cocktail list; the Borough Marketini with ginger, orange and coriander is a treat and should definitely be ordered alongside an American pancake stack. 171-173 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UW The Blues Kitchen These guys are always in it for a good time, like every day of the week is Pancake Day… so you know they’ll do it right. Go for an irresistible stack of maple and bacon pancakes and wash it down with a boozy milkshake. Your arteries won’t thank you but who needs gratitude when you’re knee deep in batter? 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Whether you’re loved up or single and ready to mingle we’ve got ya back. Go get some.

Want more ideas or help getting in? Message BarChick Concierge for free and we’ll sort out an epic night.

FOR SINGLES

The Zetter Townhouse Nothing kills a banging drinking den’s vibe then a room full of couples awkwardly holding hands. That’s why this quirky boutique bar is serving up complimentary cocktails for parties of three. So, whether you’re looking for a little ménage a trois, third wheelin’ it or heading out with mates, this one’s for you. Two’s company and three’s a party after all! 49-50 St John's Square, London EC1V 4JJ Zetter (1) Bounce What do you get when you mix a sh*t load of balls, some competitive paddle action and a whole lotta booze? No this isn’t the AGM of a swinger’s association but Bounce’s annual anti-valentines party. With DJs, drinks deals, unlimited ping pong and £5 entry – it’s gonna be busy! Bounce Farringdon, 21 Holborn, London EC1N 2TD. Buy tickets here bounce The Blues Kitchen Calling all you swingin’ sistas and toe tappin’ fellas…this one’s for you. Hot step, jive and jitterbug your way through Valentines by getting sweaty at The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch’s Swing Train evening. Hold on to your hats as your transported back to the streets of Harlem with raucous live music, followed by DJ sets until midnight. Entry to this bluesy booze up is free until 9:30pm and then it’s a fiver – bargain.  134-146 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3AR.  Shoreditch Old operating theatre museum Who wants to stay in and watch sh*t cheesy films when you can watch a gothic horror movie, The Night Hunter, in a creepy as fu*k old operating theatre. If you’re brave enough to go alone then we salute but we say grab someone or something to hide behind.  9a Saint Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RY. Buy tickets here sci.mus.6   The Climbing Hangar Cop a cheeky feel in public without worrying about being arrested in the run up to Valentines at Bompas & Par’s cheeky installation, Grope Mountain. Novices and seasoned pros alike are all invited to mount the wall and scale to the dizzy heights, groping cheeky orifices and appendages along the way. Grope Mountain runs from 11-12th February. Grope Mountain, The Climbing Hangar, 5, Parsons Green Depot, 33-35 Parsons Green Ln, Fulham,SW6 4HH. Buy tickets here  Grope Mountain Covent Garden Comedy Club What better way to cheer up your recently dumped friend or eternally single mate then by laughing your ass off at the mecca of stand up. With a killer line-up of comics just raring to mock pretty much every Valentine’s Day cliché there is, if you’re still feeling a bit bitter you can even try out some heckling. Covent Garden Comedy Club, Tiger Tiger, 29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4SP. Buy tickets here Covent_Garden_Comedy_Club Mommi Whether you’re toasting singledom or drowning your sorrows, what better way to do it then with your pals over brunch. With a 100% gluten free menu of kick ass brunch classics with cheeky South American twists, sparkling rose and prosecco on tap, even your fussiest of friends will be satisfied. Fancy it? We can book you a table.  44-48 Clapham High Street, London SW4 7UR mommi.food

FOR COUPLES

Three Six Six Nothing screams romance than drinking cocktails that are garnished with butt plugs, right? If you’re looking to spice things up a bit and avoid smooching couples then book yourself in for a night of naughtiness at this kinda kinky cocktail den. To kick things off you can grab 4 of their speciality fetish cocktails for just £25 – cheeky and cheap – what’s not to love! Message us and we will book you in.  Three Six Six, 126 St John’s Hill, Battersea, London SW11 1SL three-six-six-gag-ball-cocktail-450x300 Chalet Valentino Couldn’t afford the romantic trip to Zermatt? Me neither! Luckily for you there’s a cosy chalet bar in Shoreditch, who for one night only are hosting an Italian supper club for lovers who fancy going a bit off piste. Expect some real romantic Alpine action; furs, melting cheese and hot chocolate. Oh, don’t forget to come dressed in ski gear (there’s a free bottle of plonk for the best dressed)! Joyeux Bordel, 147 Curtain Road, EC2A 3QE. Buy tickets here chalet bordel Quaglinos For those of you who fancy keeping it slick, sexy and sophisticated then this is the spot. Sticking to the tried and tested combo of three course set menu and live music, the drinks and deco at this place are enough alone to wow your date. So, book in and dress up – this ain’t no special set menu at Zizzi’s. Quaglinos, 16 Bury Street, London, SW1Y 6AJ. Buy tickets here Quaglinos..PWF..0331   The Hoxton Fairy lit terrace…tick, quirky rom-com….tick, hot gin cocktails…..double tick! You’re not gonna get more low key but romantic than this. Better still ticket sales to this special screening of Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind all go to charity – cute. Hot Juice at The Hoxton, 81 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3HU. Buy tickets here Hotbox_Group.Shot.000 All Star Lanes Wanna bowl them over, wanna be in with a chance of a strike? Okay enough of the sh*t puns but seriously if you’re looking for something fun to do and back yourself even in those shoes, then look no further. With a special drink, dine and bowl package all lined up, you can’t really go wrong. Just leave the personalised shirt at home yeah? Various locations. Buy tickets here 170125_AllStarLanes_1825 Opium You and your date both know that the the ‘on deal’ bottle of cava is not a patch on the real stuff. So why not book in for an evening of quaffing at a champagne masterclass in Chinatown? Sure, you don’t normally associate this little slice of Soho with champers but when the killer bar team at one of the capitals hottest drinking dens are in charge you know you’re in safe hands. Tickets are sold in pairs and for that you get a guided tasting of Veuve Clicquot and some kick-ass dim sum – epic. Ask us and we'll book you in.  Opium, 15-16 Gerrad Street, London, W1D 6JE opium1.optimised Dandelyan If you wanna avoid the crowds or hope to scored before dusk then afternoon tea at this award-winning hotel bar is sure to help you seal the deal. At their Dandelyan Wyld tea, playful takes on finger sandwhiches and retro cakes are served alongside paired botanical cocktails (made by some of the world’s best bartenders). At £55 quid a head, it ain’t cheap but you never know if things go really well you might be booking into a room upstairs and you can’t put a price on that! Mondrian Hotel at Sea Containers, 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD. Buy tickets here Wyld.Tea_credit.Steven.Joyce_lr.770x554   The Walrus Room Got a real hot date that you can’t afford to mess up? No worries ‘cos The Walrus Room have got aphrodisiacs a plenty. Alongside their killer cocktail list they’re offering couples an epic feast of oysters, steak tartare, smoked salmon and cheese fondue. If that’s not enough to get your date in the mood perhaps the setting will help. It’s all twinkling lights, oak furniture and gilded mirrors. 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Wherever this punchy South American brandy comes from, BarChick dig it - and it is killer in cocktails too. If you’ve never heard of it, no sweat, here’s what you need to know and where you need to get it: What is Pisco? Pisco is a South American brandy made from grapes that are fermented and distilled to make an aguardiente. Basically it’s bloody good. Pisco can be made using a variety of grape types and can be distilled using different methods, this means that like all booze, the taste and the aroma can change, as can the viscosity (thickness, babes) of the finished product. What does it taste like? Well, like pisco, really. But if you wanted to know what you’re in for imagine a mix of vodka and tequila. Punchy, but fresh. There are herbal notes in there as well as hints of tropical fruits, and if you really get into it you’ll realise how the taste of pisco keeps evolving in your palate. Don’t believe us? Go try it! Pisco Sour Week Saturday 4th February sees the start of Pisco Sour Week in London. It’s basically an excuse to party South American style and sample some kick-ass pisco sours. The big hitting Andean restaurants like Chotto Matte, Senor Ceviche, Coya and Pachamama are all going to be doing more than just whacking a pisco based drink on the menu. For more info on exclusive #LPSW check out the dedicated Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LDNPiscoSourWeek/ BUT, pisco is for life, not just for Pisco Sour Week. SO, where can you drink the good stuff all year round? Where to get your pisco fix: Ceviche – This was London's first pisco bar, so you know these guys mean business. To prove it there’s nothing but this delicious grape brandy in the cocktails. Now that’s dedication. Try: ‘Lilko’i’ is made with ginger infused pisco, passion fruit puree, Chase elderflower liqueur guanábana juice. Coya – Drink pisco in style at super sexy Coya. Expect a Peruvian fusion fantasy in here with bright walls, long marble tables and grand gold details . Try: ‘Ojo de Tigre’ is a pineapple infused pisco, with coconut liquor, fresh coriander, chili, lime juice & mango syrup. Pachamama – Pachamama is a bar and kitchen in Marylebone that delivers a Peruvian-inspired menu of small plates, so naturally pisco is what they suggest to wash it all down with! Try: ‘Chicama Barsol’ Quebranta Pisco infused with Earl Grey Tea, St. Germain, lime, lavender bitters Chotto Matte – This slick sushi fusion hangout is loco about pisco! Try: ‘Holy Water’. La Diablada Acholado Pisco, Kappa Chilean Pisco, citric acid, simple syrup and kaffir lime spritz Andina – Martin Morales (aka. Peruvian Pisco legend) didn’t stop at Ceviche. Shoreditch’s got the sexy sister, Andina, and the cocktail menu’s just as epic. 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Want us to get your weekend sorted? Message our new free concierge service and we'll recommend the best places as well as get you booked in. All you've gotta do is book that Uber. Sorted.  Asia and America have been doing it for years and finally London’s on (or off) the wagon. What your eggs need are a side of bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Marys, Champagne, Bellinis and Mimosas. Party through the hangover, brunch is now an all day boozing affair. Not hanging? You will be tomorrow. 1.HotBox You've probably heard the rumours about this being the best brunch in London. Well there's no smoke without fire, and fire's what you're gonna get 'cos these guys are the kind of the BBQ. Smokey baked eggs, 18 hour brisket and smoked pork belly benedict. Hell YES. Plus bottomless Prosecco, mimosas and their 5 different house Bloody Marys. Go for the one with smoke meat drippings. Bad. Ass. The best bit? Their brunch is available every damn day. Boom. 2. Doctor Kluger's  In the not so secret Olde Town Tavern (in the Breakfast Club at Canary Wharf), Dr Kluger is prescribing a killer remedy to the weekend blues. The Bottomless Consultation is an all singing, all dancing (literally) two-hour prescription of free pouring prosecco, schooners of larger and full montys - just what the Doctor ordered. Better still to keep you entertained during your appointment the Doctor has lined up some of the city’s hottest drag acts. The deal: £39 per person for a two-hour consultation of bottomless prosecco, bucks fizz and larger. Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 5pm. Doctor Klugers, CR30, Crossrail Place, 1 Crossrail Place, Crossrail Station and Retail Mall, London E14 5AR 3.Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings It just ain’t brunch without a Bloody Mary in tow, and at B&H you can go all customised with vodka, tequila or gin in your yours, add in potato hash, salt beef, hollandaise and crispy shallots and you’ve got the first meal of the day nailed. If that and the sh*t tonne of green plants in this outside-is-inside oasis doesn’t sort out your hangover, there’s an empty bathtub in the loo’s just waiting for you to nod off in. Don't let the gang down, get BarChick to book you a table. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, bottomless Bloody Mary’s for £17 // £18 for unlimited Bellinis 42 Northampton Road, London, EC1R 0HU Brunch.B.H   4. Mommi  Fancy mixing up your usual brunch routine and wanna fusion fix then get to this mix of South America meets Japan crossed with Venice Beach. The open kitchen dishes up a killer menu of brunch classics with a South American twist. If you don’t know what to go for just order the three course chef selection which blew our minds. Ask BarChick can sort you out. The deal: £29.50 for a two-hour sitting, Saturday and Sunday 11am – 3.30pm (Sat) 2.00pm (Sunday) Mommi, 44-48 Clapham High St, London SW4 7UR 5. Drink Shop Do Can’t seem to scramble out of bed before 3pm on Sundays? Always manage to miss the bottomless brunch hours? No worries! Drink Shop Do have got you covered. Brunch is served on your terms, all day long from 10.30am. The two-hour timer starts whenever you’re ready and with bottomless bagels, Bloody Mary’s and Prosecco all on offer you’ll certainly be able to fill ya boots. 9 Caledonian Rd, London N1 9DX 6. Seven Brixton If like BarChick you are indecisive as f*ck on a hangover then the folks at this tapas restaurant have got your back. Mixing new British brunch classics (smashed avo) with Spanish flavours including the infamous Spain in a Bap dish, these guys have something for everyone. Better yet its all washed down with bottomless bloody Mary’s, Prosecco and fresh naranja. Get BarChick to sort out your booking, just click here. The deal: £25.00 for a two-hour sitting, Saturday and Sunday 10am – 1pm. Unit 7, Market Row, Brixton   7. Hix Soho and Hixter Bankside  Make it a date at Hix Soho or Hixter Bankside: they’ve got De Beauvoir smoked salmon 'His Cure' with scrambled Burford Brown eggs and Cock 'n’ bull hash that comes with a double yolker because brunch ain’t just for singles. If you happen to be at the Bankside joint, don’t forget to roll onto Southbank with fingers crossed for some sun. The Deal: Saturday only, bottomless Bloody Mary's and glasses of Prosecco for £15 16 Great Guildford Street, SE1 0HS // 66-70 Brewer St, London W1F 9UP crab tavern bloody marys 8. Flight Club

Two hours of bottomless Prosecco, pizza and a bit of Social Darts thrown in for good measure in this epic pub-meets-professional-playground in Shoreditch.

The deal: £30 for unlimited refills every Saturday and Sunday 12pm-2pm 0r 2pm-4pm. Boom!

9.Coya

Peruvian legend Coya is big on the brunch scene and it’s insanely good. It would be rude not to kick off with some legendary Pisco Sours. Ceviche, tuna tacos, slow pulled pork and corn criollo are up first and it’s a sharing affair before mains hit the table like chargrilled seabass and roast lamb. There’s unlimited Louis Roederer Champagne, and they're not afraid to use it. Going with a group of mates? Be totally badass and book in for the chef’s private dining room at NO extra cost people (text us, we'll sort it) - all bright artwork, private service and a mega table, be the kings of brunch. The deal: Sunday only, £20 a head for unlimited Champagne. 118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NW Brunch.Coya 10. Aqua Kyoto Original boss of the unlimited London brunching, Aqua have been channeling Asian vibes for years with their Infinity brunch. A sushi sunday brunch, on one of London’s best roof terraces, with unlimited Champagne, holla! The deal: Sunday only, £65 for unlimited Veuve Champagne and a Bloody Mary on arrival or from £39 with a beverage of your choice. 5th floor, 240 Regent Street, London W1B 3BR Brunch.Aqua.Kyoto 11.Quaglino's You also can’t argue with bunching it up in a swank setting that gives you lobster scrambled eggs, caviar omelettes and sirloin steak with unlimited bubbles. These guys just get it. Dress up or go home. Book your table hassle free - get BarChick to do it. The deal: Saturdays and Sundays, add bottomless bubbles to your meal for £15pp. 16 Bury Street, London, SW1Y 6AJ 12.Flesh & Buns Up there with the best buns in London, Flesh & Buns now get their far eastern freak on in the morning too. Ask to sit in one of the chill-out booths, get on the cocktails and get a Japanese feast of meat and fish with all the glorious sides (wine). The deal: Sunday only, cocktail on arrival, chips, dips and edamame, unlimited hot and cold dishes, signature Flesh & Buns, unlimited Prosecco, red or white wine and dessert for the table. £39/£46pp. 41 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LX Brunch.Flesh..Buns 13.Made Bar & Kitchen at Camden Roundhouse You don’t need to get tickets for a show, but you do need to try the Bloody Mary’s at Camden’s theatre restaurant. These guys have taken it one step further and made the food free flowing too, here’s hoping your stomach is bottomless. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, unlimited toast, pastries and waffles for £14.95 and add bottomless Bellinis or Bloody Mary’s for £29.95. Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH Brunch.Made 14.Bunga Bunga Not one for the faint hearted, Bunga Bunga brings the entertainment hard at the weekend. Expect drag queen entertainers, loud music and dancing - there’s nutella pastries too. By 3pm you’ll be on the dance floor living it large like you’ve been partying all night. Sure it’s a bit much but the sofa’s not gonna make you laugh is it? This place is booked up for months - get BarChick to bump you up the list. The deal: Bottomless antipasti, pastries, pizza, gelati, bellinis and prosecco for 2 hours. 11.30am sitting or a 1.45pm one (that pretty much lasts all damn day) sitting - both £42. 37 Battersea Bridge Road, Battersea, London SW11 3BA 15.Le Pont de la Tour Head to the new bar at Le Pont de la Tour for Le Brunch chez Pont, a ‘sans fond’ (bottomless) brunch. With cosy banquettes and wicked views of Tower Bridge, this is surely the most glamourous new brunch in town. Get your fresh juice on with a side of the breakfast classics or go for the Brunch Burger with gruyère and bacon. Wash it all down with bottomless bubbles for £15. Hell yes. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, £15 for two courses or£20 for three and unlimited Prosecco for an extra £15 a head. Boom. 16.The Exhibit Not had eggy bread since school days? It’s back so go get it with avocado, and while you’re there try the ‘Kick Start’ too; chilli rice and fried egg. Way better than cereal. If it’s a hot day try to arrive early so you can grab a garden seat, they go quick. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, unlimited bubbles or Bloody Mary’s for £20 12 Balham Station Road, London, SW12 9SG Brunch.Exhibit 17. Great Exhibition They keep brunch simple at this East Dulwich pub that’s all local vibes - get a full english, eggs Benny/Florentine/Royale or Pancakes with bacon and maple syrup and bottomless cocktails for £20. There’s unlimited coffee too - just what you need before pub crawling along Lordship Lane; what weekends were made for. The deal: Saturday only, bottomless Bloody Mary’s, Prosecco or Mimosas to be served with your meal, £25 all in. 193 Crystal Palace Rd, East Dulwich, SE22 9EP 18.Forge & Co Bubble and squeak washed down with Prosecco, just what your weekend wanted. Veggie? This place is your best mate with sh*t load of avocado more than making up for bacon’s absence. The deal: pay £15 for a glass of Prosecco with unlimited refills. Holla! 154-158 Shoreditch High St, London E1 6HU Brunch.Forge..Co 19.South Place Hotel American waffles with Nutella? Hells yeah! You can even get away with wearing your dressing gown here with the lazy hotel morning vibes. They go big on the booze here. Go get seats on the suntrap terrace then blag your way up to the secret garden to work your way through the wine list. Get booked in, message BarChick Concierge now. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, bottomless Bellinis, Prosecco and Mimosas for £15 when you have two courses or more. 3 South Place, London EC2M 2AF 20.Shackfuyu Soho's favourite Japanese comfort food restaurant is kicking up a notch and bringing happiness into brunch lovers' lives. (aka.everyone) There's gonna be brunched up Shackfuyu classics so expect things like breakfast hot stone rice with cheese, bacon and mushrooms as well as awesome new brunch specials like green tea waffles with smoked bacon, black sesame butter and maple syrup. Awesome.

The deal: Sunday only. 12pm - 4:30pm. Unlimited pineapple-infused sake, a choice of two small plates and one larger dish. £29.

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21.Bad Egg New to the Old Street crew, Bad Egg’s got this: cheeseburger hash; sides of fried chicken on syrup brioche; cheese and fried egg chips; breakfast tacos and f*cking hot Gochujang (a Korean spice, yo) spiked Bloody Marys. See ya there. The deal: Three plates and bottomless Gochujang Bloody Marys, Cava or Mimosas for £35 (or go virgin for£23.50). City Point, 1 Ropemaker Street, London, EC2Y 9AW Breakfast.landscape..Bad.Egg 22.Asia de Cuba  This is where you can get a signature Chino-Latino brunch of said dishes, bottomless cocktails of your choice and Mexican doughnuts. BarChick was sold at bottomless cocktails, but the clincher was mention of the Mexican doughnuts. Epic. Cuban-born Luis Pous has devised a wicked three-course brunch including dishes such as Ceviche de Pescado, Black Bean Hummus with Malanga Chips and Cuban Benedics with BBQ pulled pork and chipotlaise sauce to name a few. Did we mention that the Mexican Doughnuts made of caramel or Thai chili-chocolate are also unlimited alongside bottomless cocktails? They are and they're so spot on. It'll get booked up though, so nab your table now. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, brunch with bottomless cocktails for 2 hours from 12pm - 4pm at £48 a head for bottomless cocktails or £70 for bottomless Champers. 23.Coin Laundry A 70s inspired bottomless brunch at one of Clerkenwell's most popular hangouts? Finally. Delicious food ranging from sardines on toast, cheeseburgers and sausage and onion baps to the brunchy classics like sweet banana pancakes and other twists that will take you on a trip down memory lane. Then choose from endless Bloody Mary's, Buck's Fizz or Pamplemousse cocktails to make it a boozy one. They've got board games and a pinball machine, too. Cool. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, brunch with bottomless cocktails for 2 hours. £18 a head for Bloody Mary's, £17 for Pamplemousse and £16 for Buck's Fizz. 2Q== 24.Avenue The best thing about going for brunch in West London is no one will look at you twice when you keep your shades on inside; you’re gonna need ‘em in this bright place. Do eat the buttermilk pancakes with bacon and lobster egg benedict. Don’t be tempted to touch the big wine glass chandelier. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Mary’s for £15. 7-9 St James's Street, London SW1A 1EE Brunch.Avenue 25.Salmontini This takes brunch to the next level so freshen up that tired face ‘cos the food is epic and you’ll be partying again in no time. The menu’s all European Japanese fusion, we’re talking miso marinated black cod with grilled eryngii mushroom. For breakfast. Afterwards, stay for the party and keep drinking bottomless champagne with the DJ at the bar. The deal: Saturday only, brunch with bottomless Moet & Chandon champagne for £70 a head. 1 Pont Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 9EJ 26.Lima F*ck aspirin and cold showers, the only real hangover cure is a Michelin star. The Champers flows all day at the Lima Fitzrovia branch, where they’re serving suckling pig and crackling for the Long Sunday lunch. Central? Head to the Covent Garden joint for potato pancakes and a side of Yellow Chilli Pepper Tiger’s Milk. That’s spicy savoury shots to us. The deal: Saturday and Sunday, £12 for 4 glasses of prosecco in their Fitzrovia venue. Fitzrovia: 31 Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1JH // Covent Garden: 14 Garrick Street (Floral Street entrance), Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9BJ Brunch.Lima 27.Mews of Mayfair No one should have to choose between brunch and Sunday lunch, these guys get that. For £25 you can eat eggs for starter, beef and all the trimmings for main plus an epic homemade dessert, all washed down with morning booze classics. We’re impressed. The deal: Sunday only, £15 extra for bottomless Bloody Marys, Bellinis & Mimosas 10 Lancashire Court, New Bond Street, London, W1S 1EY 28.Goat Can't face a big brunch? This place has got you covered. One main course and you're in for hours of endless Aperol Spritz, Rose or Prosecco which all go down a treat on one of their outdoor tables. Inside, sip away until the Chelsea Prayer Room opens upstairs and you can continue the party 'til late... The Deal: Saturday from 2pm and Sunday from 3pm, £35 for bottomless Aperol Spritz, Rose wine or Prosecco 333 Fulham Rd, London SW10 9QL 29. Big Easy Go big with your brunch. At the Covent Garden B.E get involved with bottomless  draught beer, Prosecco or house wine, to go with a choice of hearty mains, including piles of BBQ meat and fresh lobster - or there's a classic brunch if that's more your style. Get BarChick to sort out your booking, just click here. The deal: £29.50, Saturday and Sunday at the Maiden Lane restaurant.  332-334 King's Rd, London SW3 5UR 30. Sake Saturdays Kiri  If bubbles isn't your thing, how about bottomless hot or cold sake. and a Japanese feast, with sushi, miso soup and sashimi for £45 all in This brunch is hot stuff, so hollar at BarChick and get booked in! 22-23 Woodstock Street, W1C 2AR Hey! 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Barchick Says

Date Updated: 11/03/2014

All is not as it seems, glows the neon sign above the sofa. This designer’s paradise is swag and you’ll marvel as soon as you stroll in and hot regulars sitting in the bow window seats add to the appeal.

Pop in here for a drink but don’t expect to make it home for supper, you’ll likely get carried away and stay for a meal and a nightcap. 37 Dawson is big and bold, divided into zones, with quirky decorations like anatomy posters, animal trophies, a two storey wall decorated with real chairs, and used teddy bear window case.

At brunch, Bloody Mary is obligatory, as is a Sazerac mixed to perfection after dark. On weekends, the music is cranked up, the more sedate should check out the separate Whisky Bar out back for a memorable selection, with emphasis on the home turf, thanks Jameson.


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