Nothing says brunch like a mimosa, the daytime drink blend of juice and sparkling wine that no weekend catch-up would be complete without. The only thing better than a mimosa is a never-ending one, so with that in mind we say cheers to this bubbly beverage with a guide (in no particular order) to some of the best bottomless mimosa brunches in San Diego.Read More
Where To Drink Bottomless Mimosas in San Diego
Salt & Cleaver
Take your pick from bottomless blueberry sage, mango vanilla habanero, or cucumber lime mimosas ($12) every Sunday at Hillcrest’s prime sausage slinging joint. Brunch menu standouts include a traditional breakfast plate dubbed The Cleaver Slam, the pulled pork Machaca Burrito and housemade fried chicken and waffles
Oceana Coastal Kitchen
Executive Chef Steven Riemer’s Sunday Champagne Brunch is a swanky choice, but bottomless mimosas and panoramic bay views sweeten the deal. A well-stocked seafood cold bar, sushi buffet and one of eight prepared plates, which offer everything from Belgian-style waffles to roast filet of Salmon, are available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and costs $58 for adults.
Croce's Park West
Enjoy never-ending champagne with orange or peach juice (and a side of live jazz) thanks to Croce’s Photographs and Memories brunch cocktail. Available for an additional $16 per person every Saturday and Sunday between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., it should compliment house favorites such as the Duck Confit Benedict, Buttermilk Soufflé Pancakes and Brioche French Toast nicely.
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From parfait to pancakes and everything in between, this San Diego smorgasbord includes eggs Benny with a Filipino twist, topped with “sisig” roasted pork and spicy hollandaise or a special of the house, bacon cheddar grits with shrimp and poached egg. Wash everything down with $15 bottomless mimosas every Saturday and Sunday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m
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The Red Door
The filet mignon Baller Benny is a prime example of the upscale farm-fresh fare on offer at this Mission Hills hub. Pair executive chef Karrie Hill’s brunch menu with $8 bottomless mimosas – or bottomless seasonal Bellinis – every Sunday between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
This casual OB/Point Loma cusp ‘gastro bar’ keeps the weekend brunch crowd happy with “almost” bottomless mimosas for $10 every Saturday (noon – 3 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m. – 3 p.m.). For big bites the Breakfast Poutine with two fried eggs, duck fat fries and sausage gravy does not disappoint. Well-priced Bloody Mary’s ($7 single, $9 double) are also on offer. *Requested two-hour mimosa limit.
Priority Public House
Leucadia’s leading gastropub offers two great mimosa packages to compliment its mighty weekend brunch menu, which boasts standouts such as Bananas Fosters French Toast and a 3 Egg Frittata Your Way. Keep it boozy with Bottomless Mimosas + Breakfast Item for $22.95, or Bottomless Mimosas à la Cartefor $17.95, every Saturday and Sunday.
The 3rd Corner
You can down as many bottomless mimosas as you like for $20.95 during weekend brunch (an à la carte option is available for $13.95) at OB’s charming bistro and wine shop. Menu standouts include Eggs Florentine, Duck Machaca and Stuffed French Toast. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday.
The bubbly flows freely every Sunday during Executive Chef Paul Murphy’s award-winning brunch at this Point Loma gem. Served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., enjoy beautiful water views while you work your way through a selection of traditional morning fare, cold bar and seafood items, specialty dishes plus mouth-watering desserts - and as many mimosas as you want - for $46.95 per person.
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The Lafeyette Hotel’s in-house restaurant not only offers prime people watching at the historic Weissmuller Pool, it has a bottomless mimosa brunch every Sunday too. Between 7a.m. and 2 p.m. you can pair your bubbles plus one entrée – pick from top-notch items such as the housemade Kronut Breakfast Sandwich, Po’Boy Benny or the “Stuffed” French Toast –– for $25 per person.