Best Bottomless Brunch Harrogate

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Harrogate is a favourite destination of mine for special days out. It’s a wonderful town with a range of nice shops, great restaurants and historic spa baths. Come in the winter and you’ll find a great Christmas Market too.

I love all that Harrogate has to offer and couldn’t wait to try out its range of bottomless brunches. Here’s my verdict on the best bottomless brunches in Harrogate.

Bottomless brunches in Harrogate – small chains 

When you come to somewhere like Harrogate, you want a unique experience. For this reason, I was keen to find out what the independent restaurant scene had on offer in terms of bottomless brunches.

Despite a great range of independent establishments, we didn’t find any that offered bottomless brunches. As such, we started with the small chains.


49-51 Parliament Street, Harrogate, HG1 2RE

Mojo Harrogate sharing brunch

Mojo is a small chain based in the north of England and the Midlands with seven establishments in total. This is more than just a restaurant – it has a whole range of entertainment too. Besides its bottomless brunches, it offers live sports, shuffleboard, beer and prosecco pong and cocktail masterclasses. 

There are different bottomless brunch packages. The Gold package costs £30 per person and includes unlimited Amstel, prosecco, mimosa, strawberry spritz, blood orange spritz, bloody Mary, sodas, juice and coffee. For £40, you can enjoy the Platinum package, which includes pornstar martinis, Mojo blue, espresso martinis, mango margarita, spiced run truffle, strawberry daiquiri, morning glory and green bay as well as the Gold drinks. Finally, if you’re feeling flush, you can enjoy the diamond package for £100 per person. This includes unlimited Taittinger champagne as well as all of the Mojo cocktails. 

The food options include eggs benedict or Florentine, BLT with fries (veggie options), waffles and pancakes. You also have the options of ordering from the main menu. 

Bottomless brunches are available every day and you can enjoy 90 minutes of bottomless drinks. We decided to choose the Platinum option to try a wider range of drinks. The BLT was delicious and a good size. We also tried the waffles with berry compote and ice cream, which was also tasty.

Our verdict

We really enjoyed our Mojo experience, though we felt that the Gold package would have been adequate. I’m not sure how many people opt for the Diamond option, though it’s no surprise that this is available in a high-end place like Harrogate!

The Foundry Project

1-1A The Ginnel, Harrogate, HG1 2RB

Foundry project bottomless brunch menu

There are only three Foundry Projects – one in Harrogate, one in Manchester and one in Edinburgh – so this establishment has an almost independent feel to it. We loved the atmosphere and décor here as it made the whole experience feel quite special and unique. 

The bottomless brunch offering is great! For £36, you can have any dish from the brunch menu plus two hours of unlimited prosecco, house lager, mimosas, bellinis, Aperol spritz or bloody Marys. The food choices include chicken and waffles, a full English, Turkish eggs, double sausage and egg bun or a bacon and egg bun. There are also upgrades and sides you can add on. 

We chose the Turkish eggs, which were poached eggs with chilli, semi-dried tomato butter, Greek yogurt and grilled sourdough bread. This was one of the tastiest brunch options we’ve had for a while! We also tried the chicken and waffles, which was equally as tasty.

Our verdict

The Foundry Project food was a real treat, and the two hours unlimited drinks was much appreciated. We definitely felt that this was worth the £36 and would certainly return here. 

Banyan Bar

3-4 John Street, Harrogate, HG1 1JZ

Banyan bar in harrogate

Banyan Bar and Kitchen is a small chain restaurant with establishments scattered through the north of England. The Banyan bottomless brunch is perfect for couples or groups. The bottomless brunch offer is available until 4 pm and comes with a choice of dish and 90 minutes of unlimited drinks. 

Brunch food options include breakfast has, poached eggs, French toast, smashed avocado and poached eggs, or a vegan breakfast hash. You can also pay £5 more for more lunch-style dishes, which include an onion bhaji wrap, a chicken schnitzel, a ciabatta steak melt, a couple of different burgers and a revitalise bowl. 

Included in the cost of your bottomless brunch, you’ve got unlimited prosecco, bloody Mary, Aperol spritz, poached pear spritz, apricot and grapefruit fizz, strawberry fizz and Coors. There are also nice non-alcoholic options like cucumber and apple crush and passionfruit and ginger spritz. 

We tried the vegan breakfast hash, which included sweet potatoes and pomegranate seeds and poached eggs with hand-carved ham. Both options were delicious.

Our verdict

Our brunch at Banyan was great. We really enjoyed the food and the wide range of drinks choices. It was great to have some special non-alcoholic options beyond the usual sodas and juices too. 


The Ginnel, Harrogate, HG1 2RB

Manahatta is a small-chain establishment that’s well known for its cocktails, bottomless brunches and New York vibe. If your Harrogate bottomless brunch is for a special occasion, Manahatta is an excellent choice. It is set over two floors and is awash with neon signs, booths in peacock blue and instagrammable cocktails. 

The bottomless brunch deal is available until 4 pm and costs £29.95 for a meals and 90 minutes of unlimited drinks. Food options include a NY club bagel, which contains grilled chicken, pancetta, Monterey Jack cheese, gem lettuce, tomato, mayo and house fries, smashed avocado and poached eggs and grilled cheese sandwiches. The NY club bagel and the smashed avocado and poached eggs can both be made vegan. It costs an extra £5 if you’d like to choose off the lunch menu rather than the brunch selection. 

We tried the ‘You Had Me at Halloumi’ bagel, which came with mango chutney, crispy onions, gem lettuce and house fries. We also tried the ‘Cheesy On The Eyes’ dish, which was a melted Monterey Jack and cheddar grilled cheese sourdough sandwich with basil pesto, spinach and sweet roast peppers. This was incredible! It also came with a slaw salad, which was tasty too. 

The drinks options are extensive too with unlimited prosecco, Bloody Mary, Aperol spritz, strawberry spritz, apricot and grapefruit spritz, Orchard apple spritz and Coors. 

Our verdict

We enjoyed Harrogate’s Manahatta bottomless brunch. We’d already been to the Manahatta in York so we choose different food options this time. However, the whole brunch item is heavy on cheese so might not suit all tastes. Thankfully, lunch items can be chosen too for a little extra.

Bottomless brunches in Harrogate – large chains 

Though Harrogate is a smaller town, you’re not short of popular large-chain restaurants either. While some people might be initially put off by going to a large chain place for bottomless brunch, we were pleasantly surprised by the quality and variety of the offers in Harrogate. 

The Ivy Harrogate Brasserie 

7-9 Parliament Street, Harrogate, HG1 2QU

Just a little disclaimer here – The Ivy doesn’t do bottomless brunches! However, we still wanted to mention this place as a special place to have brunch simply because it’s outstanding and such a treat. 

The brunch menu is available on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays between 11:30 am and 4 pm. With choices like salt and pepper squid tempura, warm crispy duck salad, buttermilk pancakes and lobster and prawn benedict, it really is a feast for your senses. 

The drinks menu has a range of great options like mimosas, Bloody Marys and strawberry and rhubarb royal, which is strawberry and rhubarb purée stirred into The Ivy Champagne! With no set cost for brunch and drinks, the price you’ll pay will largely depend on your food and drink choices. You can come here and spend £20 on a dish and a couple of drinks. Equally, it would be very easy to spend upwards of £50 (the lobster linguine, fillet of beef and rib-eye on the bone are all around £35 each). 

Since we were coming for brunch, we chose items from the brunch specials section. We had Belgian waffles with crushed avocado, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce and eggs benedict with hand-pulled ham hock, which came with chips. Both means were exquisite, and we certainly felt special in the atmosphere of The Ivy.

Our verdict

The Ivy was a real treat. We did spend more here than we would at other bottomless brunch places in Harrogate but that’s to be expected. What we liked about this place was the huge variety of food available, which made choosing very difficult! Where else could you get spicy tuna maki rolls on a menu with shepherd’s pie!

The Harrogate Arms

11 Parliament Street, Harrogate, HG1 2QU 

brunch at The Harrogate Arms

Though The Harrogate Arms is part of the large Stonegate Company, it really has more of an independent vibe. If you want to go somewhere with a friendly local pub feel, this is the destination of choice. 

The bottomless brunch here is very reasonably priced and it’s also won the Best Bottomless Brunch MIDAS award in 2023. For £28, you get a two-hour session of unlimited drinks with your meal. 

Food options include burgers (beef, buttermilk chicken, grilled chicken, no-beef soya, Quorn™ buttermilk-style fillet, some special burgers are £5 extra), smashed avo crumpets, waffles, full English (veggie and vegan options too), pizza (special toppings £5 extra), breakfast wrap, quesadillas and more. Alongside your bottomless drinks, you can also pay £5 to include bottomless wings too. 

The drinks options are just as extensive as the food menu. You can choose from three lagers, two ciders, prosecco, tiki sunrise, raspberry cooler, ex on the beach, four gins with mixers (including Fever Tree). For an extra £5 per person, you can upgrade drinks to include Tanqueray gins, a larger range of lager and craft beers and five additional cocktails.

We chose the breakfast wrap and Mex-melt quesadilla. The breakfast wrap was a beet tortilla with bacon, Cumberland sausage, fried egg, hash brown, grated cheese, salsa and guacamole. The quesadilla was vegan and contained veggie sausages, hash brown, no-chicken nuggets, grated mild Sheese®, avocado, salsa and guacamole. Both were tasty. 

Our verdict

The food at The Harrogate Arms was great and there were so many different options. We loved that even with upgrades to food or drinks the price is really reasonable. The drinks offered for the £28 were great and we didn’t feel the need to pay the extra. 


Harrogate is a great place for a day our or weekend away and we were spoilt for choice with the number of bottomless brunch options available here – there’s many more like Slug & Lettuce and Pitcher & Piano that we didn’t to try on this occasion too. It would have been nice to find some independent places offering bottomless brunch but for a small town, there are still plenty of options!