What’s the Champagne to mixer ratio? In the English version of the cocktail, called a golden buck, it's usually about two parts champagne to one part juice. The mimosa typically consists of something closer to a 50–50 blend — but not necessarily. And some versions include orange liqueur or other ingredients. No matter how you spin it, there are plenty of ways to make a great mimosa, and we’ve found nine restaurants that have mastered this brunch essential.
A perfect mimosa attracts a rowdy day-drinking crowd seeking an afternoon filled with refreshing cocktails and a hearty meal. It's not surprising, then, that a number of these restaurants have tasty food selections, too. Many also offer a bottomless drinks option. What could be better?
Read on for nine restaurants that make the most amazing mimosas.