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Location: City Centre
About: Unlike many other restaurants, all of the mouth-watering dishes are made on site using local, fresh ingredients. Chophouse Restaurant is ideal for a family celebration, a catch up with friends or an intimate dinner for two.
Serving Times: 10.30am-2pm
Price Range: Dishes from £1.50
Address: Bond Street South, Bristol, BS1 3EN
Telephone: 0117 304 1010
About: Casual with plenty of lazy dishes, Aqua spoils its diners with delectable in-house made pastries and classic brunch plates. Enjoy a glass of Prosecco or a Bellini before tucking into Eggs Benedict, Homemade Pancakes with Blueberries and Maple Syrup or a traditional Full English Breakfast.
What's more, every Saturday Aqua offers 2 courses & free flowing prosecco between 12pm & 3pm for just £25! Book online here.
Serving Times: 8.30am - 12.00pm
Price Range: Dishes from £4.50
Address: Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2RF
Telephone: 0117 973 3314
About: Primrose Café is the ideal place to watch the world go by while tucking into an all-day breakfast, sampling pastries or savouring a cup of coffee.
Alongside traditonal options such as full english breakfasts and eggs every which way are oven-warmed croissants, toasted bagels, teacakes, toast and home-made jam.
Serving Times: Sunday 9.30am - 3.00pm
Price Range: Dishes from £4.95
Address: 1 Boyce's Avenue, Bristol, BS8 4AA
Telephone: 0117 946 6577
About: The Lido is the epitome of Bristol's cool laid-back weekend brunch scene.
The unique restaurant boasts a stunning dining room overlooking the pool, where early birds can escape the rigours of the day to day city life and indulge in chit chat and a hearty brunch.
Serving Times: 8.00am - 11.30am
Price Range: Dishes from £2.95
Address: Oakfield Place, Bristol, BS8 2BJ
Telephone: 0117 933 9530
About: Open seven days a week for breakfast and brunch, Rosemarino is one of Bristol's most popular dining spots.
Whether you're hoping to sip coffee and enjoy a slice of toast while reading the papers or plan on catching up with friends over a hearty breakfast dish Rosemarino will be more than happy to accommodate you.
Serving Times: 9.00am - 3.00pm
Price Range: Dishes from £3.00
Address: 1 York Place, Bristol, BS8 1AH
Phone: 0117 973 6677
Boston Tea Party
Location: Princess Street
About: Boston Tea Party is an ideal choice for those who like to people watch over a cup of coffee and a stack of pancakes.
Every dish served is made from scratch on site and available from the moment they open until the minute they close.
Serving Times: All day
Price Range: Dishes from £2.95
Address: 1 Princess Victoria Street, Bristol, BS8 4HR
Telephone: 0117 973 4790
Every millennial loves a good brunch and it gets even better when you've got the right wine to go along with it. Brunch usually involves delicious poached eggs or creamy avocado but can go as versatile as a sausage sarnie or cheese and chilli jam French toast. So in the spirit of versatility, here's four wines that go with everything brunch related:
The truly wonderful Biblia Chora Ovilos Barrel-Fermented Assyrtiko/Semillon from Kavala, Greece, is the top premium option for your brunch adventure. It's also a gorgeous bottle and golden 'o' logo, so will make a great impression on those Insta shoots. Rich and bursting with grapefruit, it'll bring out the truffle on your eggs or the creamy butter in your French toast.
The equally pricey but nonetheless memorable is the Painted Wolf Pictus V from South Africa, which is inspired by the best white wines of the Rhone Valley. It's buttery and mouth-watering with a beautifully-designed watercolour of the African wild dog on the front. Painted Wolf works to support the conservation of these endangered dogs, so it's also a wine with a great cause!
If you fancy something a little less expensive then the versatile Thiasos Red PGI , also from Greece, is medium bodied and bursting with redcurrants. Light enough to go with your Eggs Florentine with enough ripe and fruity flavour to complement a chilli jam.
The classic pairing with any brunch, however, is a sparkling wine. Prosecco can be a little sweet, so for us the Bolney Estate Classic Cuvee from Sussex is the number one choice. Toasty, fruity and sublime with scrambled eggs on toast.