From piles of pancakes washed down with a bold Bloody Mary, through to avocado and eggs with a moreish mimosa, SoGlos has found 11 of the best places for a boozy brunch in Gloucestershire.
Serving up its signature bottomless brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, The Fire Station in Cheltenham knows a thing or two about creating an offering that you just have to try. Take your pick from bottomless Prosecco, belinis, mimosas or Bloody Marys, and check out the tasty choices including Shakshuka baked eggs, banana bread French toast and bacon and sausage muffin.
Transforming the historic building into a perfect brunch spot, The Old Courthouse boasts a boozy brunch menu available on Saturdays and Sundays. Including a classic Full English and heavenly buttermilk pancakes, all tasty treats can be washed down with a choice of Bucks Fizz or a Bloody Mary.
Foodies will be in a state of brunch bliss at The Malthouse Bar & Kitchen in Stroud, where diners can tuck into smashed avocado and chilli on toasted ciabatta; American-style pancakes; and the ultimate stack of sweetcorn pancakes, too. What’s more, with bottomless Prosecco available on the weekends, it’s high on our favourites for a boozy brunch.
Having been recently refurbished, this lovely hotel and eatery has truly earned itself a place in our round up. The Frogmill offers an appetising array of brunch options including Belgian waffles and eggs Florentine washed down with a glass of Prosecco, a Virgin Mary or a Bloody Mary.
Right in the heart of Cheltenham, brunch fans can tuck into an exceptional offering at The Find. Expect locally-sourced ingredients turned into delicious delights such as harissa eggs on toast, all washed down with a Bloody Mary or an alcoholic milkshake.
Expect incredible interiors and a bountiful brunch to match at The Ivy Montpellier Brasserie. Whether you opt for an Aperol spritz and or go all out with a glass of champagne, don’t miss the foodie feasts too. Highlights include egg royale and chips, and the steak sandwich.
Stroud’s Curio Lounge promises a boozy beverage served up alongside a bountiful brunch. Take your pick from the vast menu including Boston beans with chorizo and the Diner Brunch – made with buttermilk pancakes, streaky bacon and maple syrup.
Tuck into brunch over a board game or two at Theoc House in Tewkesbury. With a smoked Bloody Mary in hand, tempting brunch options include a smoothie bowl, homemade granola and the One Pan Wonder. There’s even vegan, gluten free, slimming and kids’ menus too!
Do some brunching in style at 131 where you can whet your whistle with a peach bellini, a strawberry Rossini and a heavenly serving of smoked haddock kedgeree with a poached egg and sultanas.
Sip of a selection of incredible cocktails and tuck into a relaxed brunch at Bill’s. Serving breakfast until 1pm on the weekends, diners can enjoy the classic Bill’s Breakfast featuring fried eggs, Cumberland sausages, plum tomatoes and streaky bacon.
Enjoy a moreish mojito or boozy iced tea at Cosy Club in Cheltenham where you can soak up the signature quirky interiors. Brunch must-haves include the ham hock hash which is topped with a poached or fried egg and the Gloucester Old Spot sausage sandwich.
By Sophie Bird
Monday 20 August 2018
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