Due to the time difference in the host nation of Japan, the Rugby World Cup final vs South Africa is set to kick off at 9am in Yokohama this Saturday.

It’s difficult to make an excuse to have a drink so early to watch our boys hopefully bring the trophy home - so why not indulge in that most decadent of mealtimes to suitably justify a mid-morning binge: Bottomless Brunch.

Whether it’s a place to Brunch while watching the game, a decadent Breakfast to line the stomach beforehand or a boozy affair to celebrate afterwards, we’ve rounded up a few of the best places to go for Brunch in London for the Rugby World Cup Final.

The White Haus

undefinedWitness the action of the Rugby World Cup at this Alpine inspired bar in the heart of Farringdon. Throughout the tournament, The White Haus have offered Brunchers the chance to catch all the home nation games from the main bar area or in their private space. Enjoy the action with their ultimate game side breakfast offering the best of British food, including a proper full English and a smoked bacon and egg bap. If you want to go all out, you can upgrade to go for the bottomless Brunch and Munch served from 10am. Priced from £45, unlimited options include teas, coffees and juices, boozy treats like prosecco and Bloody Mary’s and snacks like pretzels, toast, pastries and jam. Complete a morning of indulgence with up to two Brunch canapes ranging from a rosti, halloumi & tomato stack to kedgeree risotto balls. Book here

Where is it?

17 Farringdon Street, London, EC4A 4AB

Goose Island, Hackney

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The Chicago craft beer giants are screening the game in their spacious brewpub in Shoreditch. Catch all the action in slap-up style, enjoying breakfast pizzas, bacon and egg buns, Bloody Mary kits (vodka optional), along with your choice of their amazing beer selection. Book your spot here

Where is it?

Goose Island Brewhouse, 222 Shoreditch High St, E1 6PJ

The Gallery, West Hampstead

undefinedThe Gallery West will also be screening the final this Saturday and – if (or, when) England bring the cup home on Saturday, then you can raise a toast in style with a celebratory whisky from their impressive selection. If you don’t want to get ahead of yourself, then look forward to enjoying the game with their amazing bottomless brunch offering featuring waffles and breakfast cocktails, available from 10am. You can book your spot here.

Where is it?

190 Broadhurst Gardens, West Hampstead NW6 3AY

The Draft House on Charlotte Street

undefinedIf you’ve started off drinking beers watching the game, then this bottomless beer Brunch offers the perfect chance for you to continue your day into the afternoon at a bargain price. Every Saturday from 12-4pm, the Draft house offer burgers and a flight of 6 beers for just £15 per person! You'll be able to choose from a beef burger topped with streaky bacon & a fried egg, or a veggie burger topped with a fried egg to accompany a range of specialty beers from all over the world. Book your spot here

Where is it?

43 Goodge Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 1TA

Brewhouse Bar and Kitchen

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This delicious breakfast chain have been catering for Bruncher Rugby fans throughout the whole tournament, with the game times dictating their opening hours for the past few weeks. Join them for the final and have a delicious breakfast menu, which features their all new Brunch Burger served in a “Croll” (a cross between a croissant and a roll)! For those not fancying anything too alcoholic in the early hours, they will be serving Big Drop 0.5% IPA on draught as well as their extensive range of soft drinks and 70+ craft beers & ciders! Find your local Brewhouse Bar and Kitchen here.

Mr Fogg’s Tavern

undefinedNowhere celebrates the Best of British quite like Mr Fogg’s Tavern – so it’d be a perfect place to celebrate a big win for England with their boozy Bottomless gin Brunch. One of Covent Garden’s best loved Brunch and Sunday Lunch haunts, their bottomless offering beings at 12pm on Saturdays where guests can start off with tempura prawns, goat’s cheese croquettes or a flaky haddock kedgeree, followed by a hearty ham hock infused with honey and ginger or, for the health conscious, a lobster and avocado salad which comes with a serving of grapefruit dressing. You can book here

Where is it?

58 St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4EA