With this in mind, we take a look at five of the best places for a boozy brunch in Edinburgh.
Whether you love avocado on toast or a stack of pancakes, these places have something for all tastes.
Also, did you know that Edinburgh was recently voted the best dog-friendly city for brunch?
Based on a variety of factors, a study by The Bottle Club has recently revealed which cities in the UK are best for brunch-loving Brits.
Cardiff came top in the overall study, Bristol came top for vegan brunch lovers and Edinburgh has now been revealed to be the most pet-friendly city for those who want to take their four legged friend along to enjoy a spot of brunch.
(55A Frederick St, Edinburgh EH2 1LH)
Rabble is one of Edinburgh’s most popular independent spots for a boozy brunch.
For £30, you can choose a delicious breakfast dish paired with a variety of continental breakfast items - topped off with prosecco and a choice of cocktails.
(125 George St, Edinburgh EH2 4JN)
Tigerlily may just be one of the most picturesque eateries in Edinburgh.
For £35 you can experience their boozy brunch, which includes a cocktail on arrival.
It is then followed by a continental plate to share, a main brunch dish and dessert - all whilst being served prosecco.
(112 Hanover St, Edinburgh EH2 1DR)
This craft beer house is home to one of the best boozy brunch offerings in Edinburgh.
For £25 you can enjoy a two hour slot filled with up to six drinks.
This includes a choice from a large range of drinks and main dish options.
(32 Castle St, Edinburgh EH2 3HT)
Badger and Co specialises in Scottish cuisine using home-grown ingredients to help create reworks of classic dishes,
From Ratty’s steak and onion sandwich to a caramelised cauliflower steak, for £25 you can enjoy your choice of main and a choice of drinks (up to four per person).
(30-32 Bread St, Edinburgh EH3 9AF)
This traditional sports bar has a £20 brunch menu that includes a stack of pancakes and chicken wings, alongside your choice of draft beer, G&T’s or prosecco.