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Bottomless brunch and the Sunday BBQ are back at Rosebery's Three Blue Ducks

Two solid hours of day drinking is the ultimate way to kick off the weekend

Written by
Elizabeth McDonald

If there’s one thing Sydney can’t get enough of it’s the bottomless brunch. Sure, two hours of solid drinking before noon might be frowned upon in most contexts, however add a dash of OJ and call it brunch and you’ve got a recipe for a good (and socially acceptable) time. The folks at the Three Blue Ducks know this all too well and are bringing the good times to the Rosebery space every Saturday and Sunday.

For just $60 per person you’ll choose from classic Ducks breakfast of huevos rancheros with blue corn tortilla, halloumi and chipotle mushrooms; roast broccolini with red capsicum and cashew puree; bacon and egg roll with harissa; or that most Aussie staple of smashed avocado on toast. Then let the endless Mimosas, Bloody Marys or Midnight Sun Spritzes flow with up to 10 guests for two whole dang hours. 

If you’re not keen on the bottomless brunch, you can have a ducking good time every Sunday night with the return of the signature Duck’s barbeque. From 5.30pm every week, the barbeque session will see you looked after with a tap beer or glass of wine on arrival, low and slow charcoal chicken, lamb or beef with all the trimmings for just $50 per person. The ducklings can also get in on the action with a $15 kids menu then a garden to run around in before they crash.

Keen to get your bottomless brunch on? This is our ultimate guide to the best on offer in Sydney.


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