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Best Places for Bottomless Mimosas in San Diego

Our cups runneth over with our favorite brunch beverage. Here’s where to get endless refills, from cheap to chic.



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Beat-the-Clock Mimosas at Bare Back Grill. On Saturdays and Sundays at 10 a.m., mimosas start at just 50 cents! Every half hour, the price goes up an additional 50 cents, until it reaches a max of $4.50.
4640 Mission Boulevard, Pacific Beach

a mimosa

$3

The Brigantine
Price valid with an entree
purchase, Sundays, locations vary

$5

St. Tropez Bakery & Bistro
Daily, 926 Broadway Circle, Horton Plaza

$10

Anthology
Includes live music, Sundays,
1337 India Street, Little Italy

$10

R-Gang Eatery
Choice of orange or Tang flavors, daily except Mondays,
3683 Fifth Avenue, Hillcrest

$12

Herringbone
Sundays, 7837 Herschel Avenue, La Jolla

 

$17

3rd Corner Wine Shop & Bistro
Includes fresh fruit, chocolate bread, and choice of entree, Saturdays and Sundays,
897 S. Coast Highway, Encinitas; 2265 Bacon Street, Ocean Beach

$23

The Pearl
Includes choice of entree, Sundays,
1410 Rosecrans Street, Point Loma

$79

Hotel del Coronado
Includes brunch in the Crown Ballroom, Sundays,
1500 Orange Avenue, Coronado

 

 

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