The best brunch spots in Brum!

Whether it’s a classic full English, smashed avocado on toast or a stack of American pancakes, we’re not short of quality brunch spots across the city. Take a look at our top places that are cooking up a breakfast storm in Birmingham.

Gaucho | Colmore Row 

For the most stylish brunch, it doesn’t get better than Gaucho’s Electro Brunch. A perfect start to the weekend with unlimited small plates and bottomless drinks, you can tuck into everything from sweet, sticky American pancakes to savoy favourites including eggs on toast or Gaucho’s very own full English, all soundtracked by Gaucho’s resident DJ. Click here to find out more about Gaucho’s Electro Brunch.

Yorks Cafe Bakery | Stephenson Street 

A personal favourite of ours, Yorks is one of our go-to spots in the city to grab a really good coffee and quality breakfast. Listed in The Guardian as one of the top places to get brunch in the country, you can tuck into Arabian Buttered Eggs, Fried Chicken and Bacon Waffles or classics such as Smashed Avocado on Sourdough or Yorks’ signature House Breakfast.

Gas Street Social | Mailbox 

Hangover cures don’t get much better than a full English at Gas Street Social. From two hours of bottomless frizz with any main brunch item, unlimited toast, the ultimate sharing breakfast, fluffy pancakes and so much more, you can enjoy your brunch here whilst soaking up the stunning views of the Mailbox and its surroundings, watching the world go by.

Boo Boo Coffee | Harborne 

Harborne is home to some of the best brunch hot spots in the city; take a short trip outside the city centre and you’ll stumble across Boo Boo Coffee. Whether you want to go for a healthy option or indulge in some sweet pancakes, Boo Boo Coffee is sure to leave you satisfied.

Boston Tea Party | Edgbaston, Harborne, City Centre 

Don’t mind us…we’ve just spent a good five minutes lusting after every breakfast that’s on Boston Tea Party’s Instagram feed. From smoked salmon on toast to granola with fresh berries, BTP is an absolute gem when it comes to brunching in the city.

The High Field | Edgbaston  

We don’t know about you, but we’re getting some serious food envy from The High Field’s delicious options. Situated in the heart of Edgbaston, right across the road from Michelin starred restaurant Simpsons, The High Field oozes a boutique atmosphere that is the perfect setting to enjoy your brunch.

Urban Coffee | Jewellery Quarter & Church Street

With their Bottomless Brunch every weekend (including all the fizz and Bloody Mary’s you can stomach) and Pancake Tuesdays, Urban Coffee is one of our go-to places in the city for a delicious breakfast. With a huge menu ranging from choices of peanut butter and banana on sourdough toast to a breakfast burrito, you’ll be left spoilt for choice.

No Comments Yet

Comments are closed