After a long workweek, weekend brunch tastes much better with a mimosa or two. Or keep your glass full with a bottomless deal that’s too good to pass up. There are several spots around Manhattan that keep refilling glasses as diners chow down on eggs Benedict or pancakes smothered in toppings. Grab your best buds, hop on the LIRR and indulge in some bottomless fun in the Big Apple before Monday swings back around. And since March’s inaugural BrunchCon is already sold out in New York City, these places sure sound even better!
This West Village spot offering Mexican food with a Southwestern twist is known for its tasty grub and its awesome brunch special. For two hours diners enjoy an entree and unlimited mimosas, wine or margaritas. The latter is a must since the restaurant is known for its margaritas—Food Network even crowned them the “Best Margaritas” in NYC. Some standout brunch dishes include Huevos Rancheros, Lobster Benedict and the brunch burrito. Go
For those looking for a more laid-back boozy brunch, this Lower East Side spot is the perfect place. Unlimited bloody Marys, screwdrivers or mimosas come with the creative entrees. Think The Deep South made with chicken fried steak, biscuit, eggs and sausage gravy and The Aristocrat, which is potato pancakes, house-cured salmon gravlax, salmon caviar, sour cream and poached eggs. Brunch also lasts from 11am-7pm on Sundays. Go
This cozy Cuban spot in the East Village is meant for those who like their brunch with loud music and a crowd. Cafe Cortadito has a bigger selection of bottomless drink options than most places: tropical mimosa, red or white sangria, champagne mojitos, champagne margaritas, bloody Marys and house beer. Customers also rave about the food, especially the Cortadito Lobster Benedict and Torrejas (French toast with fruit on brioche bread). Go
Dress to impress and brunch at this delicious Italian spot in the Meatpacking District. There are two pricier brunch specials offered: any entree with bottomless mimosa, bellini or cleric ($45) or any entree with bottomless bloody Mary or mojito ($55). It’s perfect for friends who are torn between ordering eggs or Penne Alla Vodka. Revel aso stands out for its gorgeous garden space with exposed brick and hanging flowers. It’s open year round thanks to a retractable roof. Go
Brighten up your weekend at this colorful and lively Greenwich Village restaurant decorated with traditional Mexican baubles, art installations and string Edison bulbs hanging overhead. The boozy brunch special includes an entree, guacamole (customers rave about it!), house-made corn tortilla chips and two hours of unlimited sangria, mimosas, bloody Marys or Mexican tap beers. Go
It’s never too early for pizza at Sotto 13 where everything is served family-style during brunch. Choose one of six wood fired pizza options, two brunch plates, a side and a bottle of prosecco, a flask of blood Mary or mimosa. Housed in a historic West Village brownstone, the space is just as appealing with wooden chairs and tables, high ceilings and funky light fixtures. Go