We often fantasize about fluffy buttermilk pancakes dripping with maple syrup or a gorgeous, rich yellow poached egg yolk oozing down an English muffin, but there’s no denying that booze is often the main attraction at brunch. Alcohol can run up quite a tab if you order by the glass, so if you want to make the most out of your Sunday fun day, you may as well go bottomless.
Some limitless libations are cheaper and better than others. That’s why we set out to find promotions you couldn’t possibly resist. We’re talking mimosas, bloody marys and more. So scrape up the quarters between your couch cushions and have your designated driver drop you off at one of these joints with the best bottomless brunch deals in America.
In an extensive search for the best unlimited drink specials, we first called alcoholic beverage authorities in every single state and Washington, D.C., to find out where such promotions are actually legal. But even in places where it’s unlawful, some establishments work around restrictions by offering drinks for as cheap as a penny.
After that, we looked at Yelp and other review sites, ratings and lists from around the web, and consulted our own internal experts to find the best bottomless brunch deals in the country.
While bottomless brunch isn’t technically legal in Alabama, there are still ridiculously cheap deals to be had. Every Sunday, Ashland Pub has jazz brunch. Mimosas and poinsettias (Champagne, triple sec and cranberry juice) are just $11 with 1-cent refills as long as you purchase an entree, like Captain Crunch French toast, breakfast pizza, Creole crab cakes Benedict or the half-pound “Cardiologist” burger.
A bottomless brunch is perhaps one of the best things to do in California, and Overland’s might be the cheapest. Get all-you-can-drink Champagne for just $8.99 on Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There’s a two-hour limit and you have to purchase your meal separately, but the prices aren’t steep — most options are under $20. Choose anything from the scroll of breakfast options, including two eggs any style with Maryland crabcakes, a chicken sausage and veggie scramble omelet, eggs Benedict with short rib, French toast and more.
Restaurant co-owner Susan Olsen’s late great-uncle Rupert once said, “Brunch without mimosa is just a sad, late breakfast." Customers can go bottomless for only $9.50 on Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Don’t miss out on the smoked Gouda grits, which come topped with two eggs, bacon and green onion, resulting in smoky, cheesy bliss.
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It’s slim pickings for drink deals in the second-smallest state, but they do exist. The Home Grown Cafe in Delaware runs a bottomless build-your-own mimosa promotion for $18 on Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Choose from a variety of juices and fruit purées to add to your bubbly and drink for up to two hours. In order to qualify for this deal, you have to purchase a meal. The menu is diverse, but the crab meat fondue, Green Goddess sandwich and South of the Border Benedict with roasted sweet potatoes, avocado, chorizo and a chipotle hollandaise sauce are a few standouts.
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3 Keys Brewing in Bradenton, Florida, offers a brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and bottomless mimosas are just $10 with the purchase of a food item. Some eats include avocado toast, a pint of bacon (a literal glass filled with five slices of thick-cut maple bacon) and a half-pound beef burger with provolone, bacon and egg served on a waffle (or bun) with syrup and fried IPA pickles on the side.
Weekend brunch at the B.C. Cafe in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is really popular because of its food-truck-quality grub and dirt-cheap unlimited mimosas, Bellinis and cranberry punch. Drink ’em down for just $13 on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Check out the brunch sampler while you’re at it. You get half portions of five different entrees.
This Georgia peach has mix- and- match sangria and mimosas for just $12 every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For something to eat, choose from Eclipse Di Luna’s tapas menu, which features salmon tacos, slow-roasted duck hash, churros, scrambled eggs and chorizo, biscuits and gravy and much more.
If you’re going to Cellars in Chicago, you’d better show up with an appetite because you can’t get the $10 “nearly bottomless” mimosas or bloody marys unless you get something to eat. You can fill up on breakfast carbonara, chipotle pulled-pork eggs Benedict or Paulie’s special pancakes, and enjoy your fill of booze. But if you overdrink and act like a fool, someone will “put a bottom on the bottomless” and show you the door.
Bar Roma in Chicago has unlimited bubbly brunch for $25 per person. It includes one entree and all-you-can-drink mimosas by the carafe. For food, choose an Italian-inspired plate from the “secondi” section of the menu. Standouts include a spinach, mushroom and mozzarella frittata; iconic eggs Benedict; a BLT with basil pesto aioli on Greek toast; chicken parmesan on ciabatta and bucatini carbonara.
There’s no deal on bottomless mimosas at LouVino. You have to buy each glass separately, but they’re only $2 each. You can also buy by the carafe, which costs $15. For food, fill up on pancake tacos, country fried steak and eggs, or stuffed French toast with vanilla mascarpone, cinnamon berry jam, bourbon maple and whipped cream.
Not many spots in Louisville have bottomless mimosas, but this coffee shop does. Every Sunday, customers can sip on the fizzy citrus drink endlessly for just $10. For what it’s worth, you probably won’t be able to leave without trying the crepes. People in Kentucky go crazy for the Nutella one with cocoa, sugar, whipped cream and powdered sugar.
This vibrant and electric restaurant in NOLA isn’t exactly known for its food, but unlimited mimosas and sparkling rosé are just $12 on Saturday and Sunday, so it’s always lively. Flamingo A-Go-Go is the place to go in Louisiana if you have a large party. The space is huge. Oh, and did we mention you can bring your dog? You can even order canine-friendly fare.
This seafood spot in Maryland has a brunch special that’s practically a steal. Get a two-course meal for just $19 and add bottomless bloody marys or mimosas for $11. If you aren’t already hooked by the inexpensive booze, the menu will surely sell you. PassionFish has a seafood crepe with shrimp and crab, ceviche, lobster butternut squash bisque, smoked whitefish hash, fish tacos, chicken and waffles … need we say more?
Bottomless mimosas at this beautiful St. Louis bar and restaurant are just $10. If you want to mix and match between the citrus drink and bloody marys, you can for $13. Bring your appetite — diners praise the Crafted Benedict made with your choice of pork belly, spinach, corned beef, veggie burger or crab cake.
If you don’t want to limit yourself to just mimosas (or just brunch), check out this quick-service spot in Las Vegas’ Container Park. At Downtown Terrace, formerly known as The Perch, guests can get unlimited mimosas, bellinis, bloody marys or house wine for just $16 from open to close, seven days a week.
At BRGR Bar in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, customers can nosh on apple cider pancakes, breakfast nachos or the Hangover BRGR with a beef, turkey or quinoa patty topped with cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, fried onions, fried egg, lettuce, tomato and hollandaise. Enjoy bottomless bloody marys and mimosas at the bar for a $15 add-on.
OK, so this one technically isn’t bottomless, but it may as well be. From noon to 4 p.m., diners at Delta’s can get mimosas for just 95 cents. Some standout items from the food menu include sweet potato French toast with candied pecans, tres leches waffles, cajun shrimp and grits, spinach and goat cheese omelet, and strip steak with eggs.
You’re looking at more than $35 for boozy brunches in New York City, but Giovanni’s Brooklyn Eats is only $22.95. The price includes 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas and bloody marys plus a two-course meal. Start with an artisanal salad (the spinach salad with pears, walnuts and gorgonzola is great) then choose from a seemingly infinite list of entrees. This place serves all the usual suspects plus some Italian specialties, but poached eggs with smoked salmon on toasted bread with goat cheese and hollandaise dish is a must-have.
One mimosa at this New York City restaurant is $10, but if you go bottomless, it’s just $16 for two whole hours (with the last pour at 3:30 p.m.). You must purchase an entree, though. Choose from spicy Italian pork or smoked salmon omelets, poached eggs on oven-roasted potatoes, blueberry pancakes, truffle butter and parmesan gnocchi, steamed mussels and more.
San Marzano is in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. On Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. you can get never-ending mimosas for just $10 with the purchase of a meal. Plates don’t cost a fortune, either. Entrees like eggs florentine, omelets and paninis range from $5 to $9.
If you’re a fan of “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” you may already be familiar with Mert’s in Charlotte, North Carolina. Here, one mimosa is just $9.50, so it makes sense to order the unlimited option if you’re having more than two, because it’s just $17.95. There’s just one catch: you can’t share. But were you even going to in the first place?
Every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., The Starving Rooster in Minot, North Dakota, serves all- you- can- drink mimosas for just $10 — and they’re not your average mimosas either. Pinky up with raspberry, strawberry, blood orange or rosemary ginger flavors. Hungry? Check out the spicy pork belly breakfast sandwich, creme brulee French toast, pulled pork sandwich and prime rib eggs Benedict.
On Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., customers at Chapter Mt. Adams can quench their thirst. Get bottomless mimosa pitchers of all different flavors for $18 per person. Choose from orange, mango, peach, pineapple, blood orange, pomegranate, watermelon, huckleberry or raspberry. Munch on breakfast “totchos” (tater tot nachos), grilled cheese, pot roast, chicken wings and more.
Philadelphians can score unlimited mimosas, peach bellinis, kir royales, poinsettias, Champagne and bloody marys for just $18 with the purchase of a meal at Moshulu. Choose between the cheesesteak omelet, blackened shrimp and grits, cinnamon babka French toast and more.
The smallest state in the country knows how to do things big. Head to Chapel Grille in Cranston for the Sunday buffet for all you can eat pastries, smoked salmon, cheeses, omelets, freshly carved prime rib, imported pastas, frittata, dessert and more for just $28.99 per adult, plus $15 for unlimited sangrias, mimosas and bloody marys.
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SOL has two locations in South Carolina, both of which serve endless mimosas with freshly squeezed orange juice for just $10 on Sunday. The menu boasts Southwestern-inspired dishes including huevos rancheros, trendy avocado toast, bison enchiladas, red chile-glazed salmon, a lobster quesadilla and more.
Get your eat and drink on at this two-story historic theater in Nashville, Tennessee. If you’re super hungry and want to take part in the all-you-can-eat buffet, it’s just $28 per person — or order pancakes, eggs, burgers, short rib hash and more a la carte. Bottomless orange, grapefruit or cranberry mimosas and customizable bloody marys are $15.
Although this deal isn’t quite bottomless, it’s close enough. For $29, Virginians can partake in a buffet-style Serbian brunch from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday — and there are several adult beverages to choose from that cost just 25 cents each. This place pulls out all the stops: Balkan eggs, salmon Benedict, veggie omelet, ham and cheese crepes and more.
Every Saturday and Sunday, this cute D.C. restaurant serves a package deal promotion for $26, which includes one entreé (like chocolate chip pancakes, bacon and onion quiche or biscuits and gravy) and bottomless mimosas, bloodies or Narragansett tallboys for two hours.
Brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at this laid-back establishment in downtown Laramie, where you’ll find American-style comfort food, boutique beers, specialty cocktails and, most importantly, bottomless mimosas for $16 alone or $13 with a meal purchase. If you don’t really care about the booze and you just want an awesome meal, chow down on the best brunches in America.
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