A classic mimosa is simple enough to prepare if you have three basic ingredients: Champagne, orange juice, and a glass. The mimosa’s simplicity allows it to be recreated and reinvented, giving it an enormous amount of potential.
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.