easter brunch

With the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend fast approaching (29th March – 1st April), we’ve rounded up some of the best brunches across the capital to celebrate the four-day weekend. Take your pick from bottomless pizza and authentic Italian cocktails, to vibey music-led brunches and a limitless Easter buffet.

easter brunch

Gospel Motown Brunch at The Anthologist by Drake & Morgan 
Sunday 31st March from 12pm – 4pm  
Raise your spirits and switch up Easter Sunday with the Gospel Motown Brunch at The Anthologist by Drake & Morgan (Bank), complete with a spectacular live gospel choir and soulful Motown singers. Show R.E.S.P.E.C.T to the greats and sing along to everything from Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder to Sister Act and Beyoncé. Belt your heart out to all the classics whilst tucking into delicious dishes, it’s the brunch you’ve been praying for! 

️ Tickets are £45 for two-courses and a welcome cocktail. Upgrade to 90mins bottomless drinks for an additional £25  
The Anthologist by Drake & Morgan, 58 Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7BB 
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Italian Bottomless Brunch at Bocconcino Soho
Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st March from 12pm – 3pm
Enjoy a slice of La Dolce Vita this Easter weekend with Bocconcino Soho’s bottomless pizza brunch, offering authentic Italian charm, live music and 90 minutes of free-flowing drinks alongside a spectacular spread of unlimited wood-fired pizza. Choose from 12 varieties including Bocconcino’s famous hot and spicy Diavola and the indulgent Burrata pizza, while the resident DJ plays a mix of upbeat house hits. Bottomless drinks include prosecco, Aperol Spritz, Bellinis and Rossinis. 

️ Unlimited pizza and bubbles for £59pp. Upgrade to bottomless cocktails for £64pp.
Bocconcino Soho, 59 Great Marlborough Street, W1F 7JY
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Bottomless Easter Brunch at InterContinental London Park Lane
Sunday 31st March – 12.30pm-5pm
Head to the InterContinental London Park Lane for the ultimate Easter roast brunch. Complete with live-cooking stations and a roast counter featuring a Lake District Farmers’ lamb shoulder special, get together with friends or family for the occasion. The brunch also showcases an abundant spread of homemade sweet treats including hot cross buns, simnel cake and oaty Easter nests, plus the option to upgrade to 90 minutes of unlimited Prosecco or Bloody Marys.

️ Prices start from £69pp
 InterContinental London Park Lane, One Park Lane, London, W1J 7QY
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Now That’s What I Call 70s Disco Brunch at 100 Wardour Street
Sunday 31st March – 12pm-5pm
 100 Wardour Street’s popular singalong brunch series Now That’s What I Call Bank Holiday Brunchis returning to celebrate the first four-day weekend of the year! Experience the very best of 70s disco as DJ Siggy Smalls spins tracks from global icons including Donna Summers, Grace Jones and ABBA, whilst indulging in delicious food and sipping on bottomless Aperol Spritz. Don your best disco attire and dress to impress to win exclusive prizes.

️ Prices start from £30pp (two courses), or £35pp (three courses) – add bottomless Aperol Spritz for £30pp or bottomless bubbles for £25pp.
 100 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TL
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