When it comes to the best bottomless brunch, NYC will have you passing the hooch at these great brunch spots for boozing. Where else can you drink before noon at some of the best breakfast restaurants in NYC and not feel like a lush? Wash down that hearty breakfast with Bloody Marys, Irish coffees or endless mimosas.
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Best bottomless brunch
This popular West Village eatery serves a two-hour bottomless brunch for $33, which will get you an egg entrée and your choice of all-you-can-drink mimosas, wine or frozen margaritas. Although they take reservations, be sure to book at least a week in advance as tables fill up quickly. Tables sitting down after 2pm will have their drinks cut off promptly at 4pm, unfortunately for New Yorkers who like to get their money's worth.
Your thirstiest friends will enjoy the $37-per-person bottomless deal at this graffiti-covered, '70s-inspired Brooklyn eatery, which gets you an entrée and 90 minutes of Bloody Marys, mimosas, craft beers and unlimited brunch punches (such as the Texas Porch Sipper) until 7pm. (Note: the entire table must participate, but that shouldn’t take too much convincing). We recommend the jerk chicken po boy with caramelized onions and "voodoo" chips, or weekend favorites like eggs Florentine or challah French toast.
Lovers of vinyl and vintage Americana will feel right at home at this LES brunch destination, which features one of the city's best pulled pork and egg sandwiches, featuring meat smoked for 12 hours and topped with beer-braised onions, Gruyère and grain mustard. An entrée plus house-made Bloody Marys and mimosas will set you back $35, a bargain whether you’re nursing a hangover or just looking to enjoy a leisurely weekend meal.
While $25 includes the usual unlimited Bloody Mary and mimosa drink special, the mouthwatering brunch spread at this Williamsburg eatery is reason enough to come here: You can munch on house-made pastries like strawberry-mascarpone scones alongside Berkshire pork-and-potato hash, or a smoked-duck eggs Benedict on a black-pepper–cheddar biscuit. The light-soaked waterfront dining room makes indulging here a relaxing experience, and anything you try is infused with delicious smokiness thanks to wood-fired ovens.
Sip on all the horseradish vodka-infused Bloodys and mimosas you can handle at this globally-influenced French bistro for just $29.95, a delicious bargain when paired with brunch classics like eggs Benedict with Bayonne ham, spinach or smoked salmon, or sweet favorites like buttermilk pancakes with fresh fruit, maple syrup and whipped cream. If you manage to snag one of the outdoor tables for getting your buzz on, you might think you’re in Paris–the waiters are handsome and French, giving the whole place an authentic Parisian vibe.
This eatery, bar and stage—located on a happening little Williamsburg strip—has already become a local musical institution in a few short years. And the food's pretty good too: brunch dishes include cheese grits with poached eggs and spinach and a pork-belly Benedict with roasted tomatoes. The $29.99 bottomless brunch option gets you an entree and unlimited Bloody Marys or mimosas for 90 minutes.
For $29.95, diners can get their choice of beverage (tropical mimosa, red or white sangria, champagne mojitos, champagne margaritas, bloody mary or house beer) and an entree, including options like a sweet-plantain omelette with Spanish chorizo and two eggs over white rice with Creole sauce.
A mimosa, bellini or Bloody Mary is included with each brunch entrée—choose from hearty favorites such as banana-bread French toast or the Breakfast Lox pizza—or upgrade to bottomless booze for just $20 more. Even if you’re recovering from late-night shenanigans, the atmosphere has the perfect amount of bustle without being annoying. Sit near the entrance for a front-row seat to the live jazz music on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 3pm.
This downtown Caribbean corner joint playing a reggae-and-dancehall soundtrack offers one hour of unlimited island brunch cocktails like the One Love bellini (champagne, passion-fruit puree) or the boisterous, soju-based Hotstepper (spicy Bloody Mary, Scotch bonnet pepper). Guzzle both while feasting on West Indian–inspired platters such as breakfast roti with soft-scrambled eggs and jerk pork sausage and Jamaican rancheros blanketing plantains and stew peas with over-easy eggs.
Keep the party vibes going with the hip-hop-fueled brunch from Leah Cohen, who dishes out culture-crossing Southeast Asian morning fare soaked up with two-hour all-you-can-drink Yuengling Lager and tropical mimosas during brunch (ends at 3:30pm; $15). Choose from the usual orange, or opt for mango, lychee or white peach to offset the gut-sticking Filipino Sizzling Sisig, featuring pork head chopped on a hot skillet with a whole egg, or the khao soi, a Thai chicken-noodle soup simmered with red curry and coconut milk.
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Thanks to a special licensing agreement with its namesake brewery in Munich, Paulaner brews its beer on-site in the same German tradition. The storied 265 Bowery location also gives Paulaner the same scope as most expansive Bavarian beer halls: long communal tables stretch from end to end of the space. Sip one of the five or so house beers—on a recent visit, the selection included a lager, hefeweizen, dunkel and bock (all $7 for a small, $9 for a medium, $16 for a large). Man cannot live on beer alone, so you’ll probably want to order some food. Paulaner offers a wide selection of Bavarian classics, like warm pretzels ($6), bratwurst with sauerkraut ($12) and a crispy pork knuckle with roasted potatoes in a dark beer sauce ($32). Interested in taking the taste of Germany home with you? Sign up for one of Paulaner’s cooking classes to learn the ins and outs of making your own sausage or strudel.
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