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L.A. restaurants serving the best bottomless brunch

Drink your breakfast this weekend with a bottomless brunch featuring mimosas, bellinis, champagne and more

Written by
Ramona Saviss
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Erin Kuschner
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Jade Chang
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Stephanie Breijo
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Angelenos didn’t invent heavy drinking at 10am with a side of bacon and eggs, but we’ve certainly perfected it: Throw a stone in L.A. and you’ll hit a breakfast spot offering bottomless mimosas or bloody Marys with your pancakes. But where should you go for the best boozing and brunching? These L.A. restaurants serve the ultimate bottomless brunch, from a rooftop perch with all-you-can-eat-and-drink menus to a charming French bistro with endless champagne and mimosas. Shake off last night’s hangover, find yourself a designated driver and restart the party at these weekend hotspots.

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L.A.’s best bottomless brunch

  • Restaurants
  • American
  • Palms

Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 10am–2pm
Bottomless: Champagne; two hour limit

This Palms diner is the go-to spot for affordable brunching at its finest. The $12.99 bottomless champagne special—supplement that with carafes of orange juice to make your own mimosas—keeps the casual eatery packed with low-key locals. It’s not uncommon to wait an hour or more if you’re part of a big group. As glasses are emptied, the noise level definitely ratchets up a notch, making it feel like a neighborhood bar on game day. Brioche breakfast sandwiches, eggs with lamb, and huevos divorciados—a spin on huevos rancheros, with two different sauces—are all worth a try, along with fluffy pancakes and an array of Benedicts.

  • Bars
  • Gastropubs
  • North Hollywood

Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 10am–3pm
Bottomless: Mimosas

NoHo’s favorite gastropub serves a boozy brunch with bottomless mimosas, ample bloody Marys and fresh-fruit mojitos, not to mention their long beer list. The best part about it? A cool $30 gets you an entrée and bottomless mimosas, and how can you go wrong there? Located in a former bank built in the 1920s, the brick walls and pressed copper roof tiles make this a cozy spot to spot to imbibe on an overcast day—just make sure that you sop up some of that booze with a selection from the cozy menu: There’s the breakfast poutine, and the buttermilk flapjacks that taste like a little slice of home.

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  • Restaurants
  • Californian
  • Santa Monica

Brunch hours: Sun 11am-2:30pm
Bottomless: Draft beer and sangria

We’re not all on a champagne campaign. Some of us consider beer part of a complete meal, which is why FIG’s Kegs and Eggs brunch deal is such a winner. For $45, diners can order any brunch item and receive endless draft beer or sangria to wash it all down. Choose from the likes of lobster toast, lemon ricotta pancakes, kimchi fried rice with pached eggs, and a classic Benedict, then enjoy your boozy brunch by the pool and know that you’re brewing up a good day indeed.

  • Restaurants
  • Hamburgers
  • West Hollywood
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Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 10am–3pm
Bottomless: Mimosas

Burger hounds count on this West Hollywood and extremely gay-friendly hang for good times, juicy burgers and bottomless brunch. Stop by Saturdays and Sundays as early as 11am for drag brunch (doors open at 10am), where you’ll get all the glitz and glamour of a drag show, plus the bonus of $36 bottomless mimosas. (“They’re all bottoms!”) You don’t even need to order an entrée! Just note that if you’re here for the show, there is a $6 fee per guest (a steal, if you ask us).

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  • Restaurants
  • French
  • Downtown Historic Core
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Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 11am–3pm
Bottomless: Mimosas and food

Ooh la la! L.A.’s own location of the hit Cannes restaurant Le Petit Paris already brought DTLA bottomless brunch every weekend, but now they’ve thrown bottomless mimosas into the ring. Stop by on Saturdays for an à la carte menu or go all-out on Sundays for a massive buffet that includes house-baked French pastries, crêpes, Benedicts, cheese, charcuterie, salads and more for $49 per person. Both days, you can snag bottomless mimosas ($19), bellinis ($20) and bloody Marys ($21) to supplement your morning meal. 

  • Restaurants
  • Gastropubs
  • Downtown Santa Monica
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Brunch hours: Thu, Fri 11:30am–4pm; Sat, Sun 10:30am–4pm
Bottomless: Mimosas

Be sure to arrive early at this Santa Monica hot spot, which is packed with tourists off of the Third Street Promenade but also locals who keep coming back for the delectable fare. Brunch here is certainly boozy: For $27 with the purchase of food you can get your mimosas bottomless, or for $7 (with the purchase of food, as well) just stick to a carafe of lychee hibiscus or grapefruit mimosas. Pair the bottomless drinks with fried chicken and waffles, farmers’ market salads and other staples—including a must-have avocado toast.

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  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary European
  • Santa Monica
  • price 2 of 4

Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 10:30am–2:30pm (bottomless drinks until 4:30pm)
Bottomless: Mimosas, Modelo Especial, margaritas, non-alcoholic beverages; two-hour limit

Fia makes brunching easy. For a set fee of $59 per person, the all-inclusive experience includes a basket of pastries for the table, a choice of an entrée (think: a black truffle cheesy scramble, eggs Benedict, a breakfast burger and huevos rancheros), plus a choice of a bottomless drink. Choose from mimosas, Modelo Especial, margaritas or a non-alcoholic beverage for a long brunch on one of the best patios in the city. Just don’t make it too long: The SaMo spot is a popular one, so tables have a two-hour limit.

  • Restaurants
  • Mediterranean
  • West Third Street
  • price 2 of 4

Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 10:30am–3pm
Bottomless: Mimosas, bellinis, sparkling sangria, Bloody Marys; 90-minute limit

With a handful of locations throughout the city, we’re impartial to Bacari on West 3rd Street: Walk through its cave-like entrance and you’ll be transported off of a busy street and into the perfect garden brunch setting. Choose from bottomless mimosas, bellinis, sparkling sangria and Bloody Marys for $30 per person for a maximum of 90 minutes as you enjoy small plates best for sharing. Feast on an international menu that includes shawarma tacos, free-range egg pizza, croque madame, chai tea custard and Dutch pancakes.

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  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Fairfax District

Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 10am–3pm
Bottomless: Mimosas, Aperol spritzes

Ditch the line at Erewhon across the street and head to this Italian hangout for $16 bottomless mimosas and $19 Aperol spritzes, if accompanied with a meal. The casual spot drawes Beverly Grove locals for their pastas and pizzas (read: gluten) so come hungry. Chow down on classics like buttermilk silver pancakes or Belgian waffles, crepes, egg dishes like a spinach frittata or short rib Benedict and even a couple of breakfast pizzas.

  • Restaurants
  • Mediterranean
  • Beverly Hills
  • price 3 of 4

Brunch hours: Sat, Sun 11am–4pm
Bottomless: Mimosas

For a Mediterranean brunch, head to the Beverly Hilton’s rooftop. Some of the hotel restaurant’s dinner favorites carry over to this mid-day menu: Starters include warm za’atar laffa bread with beet muhammara, harissa yogurt and charred eggplant, while the mains include a chicken schnitzel sandwich, a Sant’olina Benedict with SLAB brisket, babka French toast, shakshuka and other Middle Eastern staples. Wash it all down with $35 unlimited bottomless mimosa carafes for two hours max or just one $16 glass.

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