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San Diego's Best Brunch

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10 Bottomless Mimosas

Because we are glass-half-full kind of people

Mimosa

Herringbone
La Jolla
Come for the Monte Cristo or biscuits and gravy, stay for the $12 bottomless mimosa.

Bare Back Grill
Pacific Beach
At 10 a.m. on weekends, mimosas start at 50 cents, then increase 50 cents every half hour until 1 p.m.

Roppongi
La Jolla
New Sunday brunch! For $12, the unlimited mimosas are made with fresh-squeezed OJ.

Harbor Town Pub
Point Loma
A “Bottomless Weekend” ($20) includes one breakfast plate plus endless mimosas or Marys.

Searsucker
Downtown, Carmel Valley
A bottomless mimosa “liquid breakfast” is $15, and both locations offer Suja cold-pressed juices.

Lips
North Park
A drag show brunch where $17.95 buys you an entree plus bottomless mimosas, Bloodys, or, for a little extra, frozen cosmos.

Westgate Hotel
Downtown
At $45 per person, it better be bottomless! Also bottomless: margs, Marys, and champers.

St. Tropez
Downtown, Encinitas, UTC
Pair your mimosa with a French pastry or savory quiche.

The Pearl
Point Loma
Just $20 for an entree and a bottomless mimosa, both served poolside.

R Gang Eatery
HIllcrest
$10 bottomless mimosas pair perfectly with house-made cheddar-chive tater tots.

Location and reservation info for all these places here »

 

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