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5 best booze brunches to enjoy this weekend

Champagne brunches are a dime a dozen around Singapore. Nearly every hotel hosts one each weekend, promising a food and drink-riddled, adults-only afternoon for maximum indulgence. Nothing spells hedonism like drowning yourself in food and quality bubbly.

It’s almost sacrilegious to think champagne isn’t everyone’s drink of choice, but that’s true. To cater to the minority, there are a number of haunts around Singapore that offer booze brunches for the weekend, with liquid buffets that include beers, wines, and cocktails. Some even offer the option of DIY-ing classic brunch tipples like Bloody Marys, or mojitos. These come paired with mounds of glorious food.

Here are 5 of the best booze brunches you can indulge in this weekend. Treat yourself, you deserve it.


Manhattan was the first in Singapore to launch a cocktail brunch for adults only. Read: No screaming children. There’s a make your own Bloody Mary station, with a massive variety of hot sauces and toppings to construct the savoury cocktail with. Aside from enjoying fresh seafood and tapas, the brunch has steaks, sliders, and other American-style bites to wolf down. Most of the creative desserts at the Manhattan buffet are laced with alcohol, giving you a much appreciated double dose. The bar also has one of the most impressive selection of American cheeses to enjoy with any of their house cocktails. Free-flow, of course.

This brunch is held from 11.30 am to 3.30 pm every Sunday, with free-flow craft cocktails, beers and wines, priced at S$150++ per pax.

Manhattan, Regent Singapore, Level 2, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715, +65 6725 3377


Crackerjack is the perfect place to be for the health-conscious sinner. The bar has offbeat cocktails like Riesling slushies, punch bowls, as well as other concoctions made with artisanal spirits, but also green smoothies and healthy juices. It’s got a coffee selection to fuel any rabid caffeine addict’s wildest dreams, from cold brews to cereal-infused milk. Cheeky American-inspired chow dot the à la carte brunch menu, with dishes like Rich Hippie Granola and quinoa fried chicken being some standouts. Crackerjack uses organic ingredients where possible, making for a guilt-free afternoon. Sort of.

This brunch is held from 10 am to 1 pm, and 1 pm to 4 pm every Saturday and Sunday. Food and drinks are ala carte prices.

Crackerjack43 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088464, +65 8121 1462

Potato Head

Potato Head has launched Good Times, a new Sunday brunch inclusion to their regular programming. Held on the rooftop, you get to enjoy a selection of wines, signature cocktails, spirits and beers as you order bite-sized versions of Three Buns’ burgers, and other famous Potato Head grub. This is one to enjoy if you don’t mind a bit of heat (there’s alcohol to keep you cool anyway).

This brunch is held every second Sunday of the month. Free-flow alcohol is priced at S$58++ for 2 hours, with food at ala carte prices.

Potato Head, 36 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089143, +65 6327 1939

Beach Road Kitchen

If you’re someone that can’t get enough of quality seafood, then the boozy brunch at Beach Road Kitchen is for you. It’s got the freshest produce across its seafood room, from Alaskan King Crab legs, French oysters, Boston lobsters and more. You’ve also got grilled meats, succulent bites straight from their wood-fired oven, cheeses and cold cuts to fuel the carnivore within. Enjoy free-flow wines, martinis, Bloody Marys or Peroni beers to go with the buffet.

This brunch is held from 12 pm to 3 pm every Sunday, with free-flow wines, Pernoi beers and cocktails prices at S$148++ per pax.

Beach Road Kitchen, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, Level 1, South Beach Avenue, 30 Beach Road, Singapore 189763, +65 6818 1913


The Monti Festino is framed as the longest Sunday brunch, and there’s no contesting that when it ends at midnight. You’ve got an expansive Italian spread from noon to 3pm, which includes fresh seafood, a live risotto cooking station and roasted meats. DIY mojito and Bloody Mary booths are also on-site to give you a boozy kick. Past 3pm, there will be a DJ spinning house music on the rooftop for you dance those calories off all the way until 7pm. Head back to the restaurant to re-fuel, and enjoy live jazz from 9pm all the way to midnight. You’ve got a whole day’s worth of activities planned out for you there.

This brunch is held from 12 pm to 3 pm, with free-flow wines priced at S$120++.

Monti, 82 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049213, +65 6535 0724

Beatrice Bowers
Features Editor
Beatrice Bowers writes about beauty, drinks, and other nice things. When not bound to her keyboard, she moonlights as a Niffler for novels and can be found en route to bankruptcy at your nearest bookstore. Don't tell her boss.