Staying out late, sleeping in, and relaxing after a long week — there are so many things to love about the weekend. But I can’t forget one of the best: Indulging in a delicious bottomless mimosa brunch on Saturdays and/or Sundays.
The word “brunch” has been in the lexicon since 1895, but the meal and the act of getting a bottomless mimosa to go along with it is more popular than ever. I mean, who wouldn’t want omelets, frittatas, biscuits and gravy, avocado toast, and some bubbly to make the weekend complete?
L.A. is certainly filled with lots of amazing bottomless mimosa (and other booze) brunch deals, but where to start?
Well, in no particular order, here are some of the ones you’ve absolutely have to try (and be sure to let us know in the comments about your favorites too!).
What could be better than bottomless mimosas during brunch? The Hawaii-inspired Culver City restaurant serves up all-you-can drink mimosas, Bloody Marys, micheladas, and Hite beer for $15 as long as you purchase a brunch entree (Double Kimcheeseburger, anyone?) or indulge in all-you-can eat pancakes for $15. The stacks you can choose from are buttermilk, LilKoi butter, banana macadamia nut with whipped cream, P.O.G. (pineapple, orange, and guava), and buttermilk fried chicken — but you can only choose one per order.
2. Overland Cafe
This Palms spot is beloved by many locals for its unlimited champagne brunch for $6.99 on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. But such amazingness does come with some rules you must follow: 1. You pay for the orange juice separately, 2. You need to purchase a yummy entree at regular, and 3. There’s a two-hour limit. Drink up and don’t waste a second.
3. The Anchor
Ready, set, drink — you get 90 minutes to enjoy bottomless mimosas, soju Bloody Marys, and micheladas for $14 at this Venice eatery on Main Street. Brunch lasts from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on weekends. Pair your boozy drink with The Anchor’s famous truffle lobster roll, which will surely make your weekend.
In the heart of Hollywood, Littlefork offers unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, Bloody Larrys (made with bourbon), and punch for the price of $16 on the condition that you purchase an entree. Many would steer you in the direction of the delicious and delightful maple eggs, which is eggs and bacon served in cute little egg shells.
You can order bottomless mimosas for $8 with the purchase of an entree that costs $12 or more at this Silverlake wine bar. Make sure you make a reservation before you go get your drink on, because the wait here can be an hour or longer for weekend brunch.
6. The Must
Tired of the the same ol’ mimosa? Trade orange juice for raspberry or mango sorbet paired with bubbly champagne (a.k.a. sparklers) for this downtown haunt’s bottomless deal for a very cool cocktail. Weekend brunch lasts from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and serves up fare like their signature Cholo fried rice.
This German pub gives you two options for unlimited brunch booze: Bottomless mimosas for $12 or you can minus the OJ and go for bottomless champagne for $9. Pair it with the La Brea spot’s breakfast burritos, breakfast schnitzel, Bratwurst scrambled, sautéed Barvarian meatloaf, and more dishes that’ll turn your weekend from the ‘wirst’ to the best (had to). Weekend brunch lasts from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
8. The Church Key
This lovely Sunset Strip restaurant boasts a delectable weekend brunch with $13 bottomless mimosas. While you’re sipping on the bubbly from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can also order deep-fried French toast, “Toad in the Hole” Croque Madame, eggs any style, The Church Key’s famously delicious Brioche donuts with brown-butter glaze and many more.
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9. Meet In Paris
If you can’t get to Paris, at least come to Culver City on the weekend for this French bistro’s bottomless champagne, Bellini, and Kir Royal deal for $17 per person — or bottomless mimosas for $18 per person. You can also fill your stomach with delicious omlettes or go for a “La Formule du Matin” prixe fixe breakfast for $15 per person. Brunch spans from opening until 3 p.m.
10. Eat This
This Hollywood eatery encourages you to eat up for weekend brunch — and drink (responsibly). Bottomless mimosas are $15 per person for two hours and their menu emphasizes that no sharing is allowed and don’t order starting at 3 p.m. (when brunch is over on Saturdays and nearing its end on Sundays). If you prefer some limited bubbly, Eat This also serves mimosas by the glass.
11. Off Vine
Situated in a cute craftsman house in Hollywood offers bottomless mimosas and champagne for $16.95 and unlimited Bloody Marys for $18.95 during weekend brunch. As for food, Off Vine’s menu serves up Cinnamon bunletts, breakfast pasta, veggie burritos, and more.
12. Local Table [Closed]
Reservations are recommended for this downtown spot’s Sake Marys and bottomless mimosas made with fresh pressed orange juice for $12 with the purchase of an entree. Brunch menu dishes are made with organic local ingredients from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
13. Joe’s Restaurant [Closed]
As part of the Abbot Kinney eatery’s libation menu, unlimited mimosas and hibiscus cocktails are $14 per person. Weekend brunch dishes include peach french toast, avocado garbanzo hummus toast, green chili and turkey chorizo breakfast burrito, and more.
14. Berlin Bistro
Located in Downtown Long Beach, unlimited mimosas are available for $20 per person, as long as it’s ordered with any breakfast or brunch entree. From 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, brunch dishes include Berlin’s specialty bowls: The Rustic Bowl (two poached eggs, braised kale and spinach, red and white quinoa, charred heirloom tomatoes, grilled tomato, prosciutto slices, grilled sourdough) and the Berlin Bowl (large bowl with hash browns, scrambled eggs, applewood smoked bacon strips, cheddar jack cheese, buttermilk biscuits, country gravy).
Have any favorite bottom mimosa brunch spots we left off the list? Let us know in the comments below!