In a city where an iced coffee can cost as much as a ticket to a movie (okay, maybe it's not that bad), you might find it hard to imagine getting any deal at brunch. However, Brooklyn is home to many bottomless brunches. Start one or both of your weekend afternoons at a brunch that offers unlimited drinks. Sip a mimosa, bloody mary, beer, and other boozy favorites while indulging in French toast, eggs florentine, and other brunch staples at these amazing deals.
Both festive and budget-friendly (unlimited drink specials are the best!), these bottomless brunches are not be missed. From Mexican food at a Sunset Park restaurant to a brewery in Williamsburg, there are myriad of options in Brooklyn for every palate. Enjoy brunching and boozing around town!
Dine on Syrian Shakshuka and other Mediterranean specialties at this notable restaurant with locations in Williamsburg and Greenpoint. Drinkers will want to take part in the restaurant's sweet brunch deal. On Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., you can have an entree from the brunch menu and unlimited Mimosas, Bellini, Sangria, or Bloody Marys. If you're not a fan of Mediterranean cuisine, they also have old school brunch food like stuff french toast. After dining, you can easily fill the rest of the day shopping in either Williamsburg or Greenpoint.
This Park Slope Italian restaurant, which is a neighborhood staple, has been around since 1998. Stop in for a brunch that includes unlimited mimosa, champagne and bloody Marys. Pound cake lovers will also enjoy the homemade pound cake that is also unlimited during your brunch at Sotto Voce. Brunch is served Saturday and Sundays from 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m., and the entrees include eggs, pastas, salads, and breads. Yes, they also offer unlimited coffee, which can help you sober up.
Truthfully, the promise of unlimited drinks and banana chocolate crepes should be enough to convince you to dine at this Cobble Hill Northern Italian restaurant located on Smith Street, but if it isn't, you should note that Verde has a lovely backyard and a menu filled with both Italian food and standard brunch fare. The organic cuisine is first rate, which is why this restaurant has been attracting locals since 2009. Enjoy a Sunday filling up on spaghetti carbonara paired with a good drink. Once your done with your meal, window shop on bustling Smith Street.
How many drinks can you consume in ninety minutes? You can find out at Baby's All Right. On Saturday and Sundays from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., you can partake in a bottomless brunch at this local favorite Williamsburg eatery and music venue. The special includes any entree and unlimited Bloody Mary, mimosa, Greyhound, or screwdriver for ninety minutes. They start the clock at the time of your reservation. Last call is 3:00 p.m.
With a menu of good brunch eats including brioche french toast, a breakfast sandwich with scrambled eggs, avocado, Gruyere, cucumber, arugula, and sriracha aioli, as well as many other deletable meals, this is a great place to both have a boozy brunch and see a concert.
Crowds abound, so book a reservation for this popular Prospect Heights Mexican restaurant which was the 2018 winner of the Michelin Bib Gourmand Award. In addition to having an inventive menu and tasty food, Alta Calidad has a $29 brunch special which includes an entree and refills of margaritas, mimosas, bloody Marys, and beer for one hour. Entrees include huevos divorciados, chilaquiles and fideos, Mexican roti, and many other good eats. Located on a Prospect Heights main street, you can window shop after brunch or walk toward Prospect Park or the Brooklyn Museum, which are both nearby.
For a fun brunch, head to Sunset Park. They offer an unlimited Bloody Mary and mimosa brunch. The combo of liquor and Mexican staples like huevos rancheros and tamales, makes Maria's Bistro Mexicano the perfect place to start a decadent weekend. After you've filled up on booze and burritos, you might want to explore vibrant Sunset Park and definitely check out Industry City, which is home to art installations, a distillery and much more.
Fonda, located in South Slope, is a festive place for a mid morning meal. For a $29 brunch, they offer an hour of free refills of frozen hibiscus Rosalita, classic margarita, mimosa, bloody Mary, and beer. Just to note, this brunch special is only available for parties of seven or less. Fonda serves Mexican food inspired by the in Mexico City and has been a neighborhood favorite for over a decade.
Enjoy a bottomless brunch on Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at this tavern on the border of Clinton Hill/Bed Stuy. Brunch includes 90 minutes of unlimited $20 drinks, which include mimosa, Bloody Mary, screwdriver or bellini, when you purchase any brunch entrée. You'll have a lot to choose from on this menu at this atmospheric spot. Don't forget to order DeKalb’s finest chicken-n-waffle, which is a menu highlight. Once you've paid the check, stroll through the scenic streets of Bed Stuy and Clinton Hill filled with architectural gems.
You have a choice of a boozy brunch or a VIP boozy brunch at this notable Park Slope Mexican restaurant. With the regular boozy brunch, you pay 20 bucks for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas, bloody Marys, and beer, but for $5 more, you can step it up like a VIP and get additional drinks including sangria, sangrita, and frozen margaritas. If that doesn't sell you, the food is divine and they have a chorizo croissant on the brunch menu.
Enjoy a bottomless brunch at this brewery, with locations in Williamsburg, Dumbo, and Manhattan. Randolph Beer serves brunch Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. The brunch special is $41 and everyone at the table must participate. You get a main dish and for 90 minutes you can drink unlimited brunch punch, bloodys, mimosas, select beers. Entrees include shrimp n' grits, challah french toast, etc. Follow up your brunch with a brewery tour.