Bottomless brunch Chicago
Secure your table on etta's sunny rooftop patio before ordering bottomless pours of house rosé for $35 per person. Brunch runs from noon to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday, and a DJ keeps the party going long into the afternoon. The brunch menu is available until 2pm, at which point guests can only order pizza (not that we're complaining).
If you plan on sipping two or more mimosas or Bloody Marys at brunch (honestly, who doesn't?), Schubas Tavern offers the deal of the century with $12 bottomless booze. Choose from bubbly and orange juice or Deep Eddy vodka and Bloody Mary mix; both pair well with the burger, which is stacked with smoked gouda, bacon and tomato jam.
Margeaux Brasserie's bottomless brunch deal is appropriately dubbed "Everlasting Rosé," and of-age guests can tack on never-ending pours of still or sparkling rosé pours to brunch for $25 per person. Draw out your meal with decadent brunch items like brioche French toast, a savory hashbrown waffle and croque madame crepes.
At Walton Street, you can make any of the brunch cocktails bottomless for $22, including a classic mimosa, three house wines, pineapple-studded sangria and the bubbly Aperol Spritz. You might have a harder time choosing your brunch entree, with options like a double stack of blueberry pancakes and the sushi rice salmon bowl. Toss in a pastry flight for the table if you plan to stay a while.
Enjoy a boozy brunch high in the sky when you snag a table at SX Sky Bar at Hotel Essex. The sixth-floor open-air lounge offers killer views and a $25 bottomless brunch deal. Pick your poison—mimosas, bellinis or Bloody Marys—and toss in hearty dishes like crème brulée French toast and 5 spice pork belly and eggs with caramelized bacon.
On Sundays from 10:30am to 2pm, you can pair any brunch entree with unlimited bubbly beverages for $24 at Bar Roma. Guzzle mimosas and bellinis while noshing on eggs Benedict smothered in hollandaise and French toast topped with a scoop of vanilla gelato and seasonal fruit.
The brunch menu at Hub 51 reads like the ultimate hangover cure, with indulgent dishes like breakfast nachos, short ribs Benedict and cinnamon roll pancakes with vanilla bean cream cheese. If you prefer the hair-of-the-dog method, add in unlimited mimosas and bellinis, both crafted with Giuliana prosecco.
Can't choose between sweet and savory? Osteria Via Stato's loaded Sunday brunch buffet allows guests to mix and match chef David DiGregorio's signature morning staples, like smoked fish, charcuterie, ricotta doughnuts and chicken hash. Bonus points: Bottomless bellinis are baked into the $34.95 buffet fee for adults 21 and over, and kids under 12 eat for free.
Put the fun in Sunday funday with Baptiste & Bottle's endless Bloody Mary and mimosa bar, which can be added on to your meal for $26. The bar is outfitted with house-made mixes, cold-press juices and funky garnishes to dress up your drink. The mimosas pair nicely with the berry-topped Belgain waffles, while the duck confit chilaquiles are a worthy match for a bourbon-spiked Bloody Mary.
Sip bottomless mandarin mimosas for two hours at Onward for $15 with the purchase of a specialty entree (or $25 a la carte). The Rogers Park restaurant offers plenty of tempting dishes to pad your stomach with before you start sipping. Order Mama Maria's chilaquiles with carnitas or the duck sausage sandwich layered with melty gruyere.
When you want your brunch with a side of scene, Parlay at Joy District has you covered with a boozy brunch buffet that's $50 per person. Fill up your plate with bites from the carving station, seafood table, pizza bar and waffle station before finding your seat and tossing back bottomless mimosas. You'll want to return to the buffet for desserts like cake pops, brownies and Lucky Charms rice krispie treats.