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The LA Bottomless Brunch Directory

Thirsty? We’ve got more than 40+ bottomless brunches that can help with that.

Aside from getting buzzed on a Sunday and sending an impulsive text to your ex, the best part of bottomless brunch is that there’s a place for everyone. Whether you’re nursing a blistering hangover and just want a bellini in peace, or looking to runway walk across a few conjoined tables in West Hollywood, the bottomless brunch does not judge. And neither do we.

So we’ve searched the entirety of LA for every bottomless brunch deal worth your time. Are these the best brunches in LA? Of course not. But some are close. And besides, you just popped your third bottle of champagne. We’ve broken down—neighborhood by neighborhood—the bottomless brunches you need to be aware of in LA. Never go thirsty again.



Fia in Santa Monica has one of the best patios on the Westside, making it a no-brainer for brunch. The California/Italian spot does an all-inclusive brunch menu for $64, which comes with a basket of pastries, an entree of your choice, and bottomless mimosas or margaritas.

Deal: Bottomless mimosas or margaritas as part of an all-inclusive brunch menu for $64.

FIG feels like one of those places you only go to if your husband’s out of town in Shanghai for the week, and you want to be bad and try Uber for the first time. But the fact is, this sunny spot in the Fairmont Miramar gets it right. Unpretentious, lively, and with a menu that never disappoints.

Deal: $45 includes the purchase of an entree and endless draft beer or sangria. Weekends 11am-2:30pm.

A relatively quiet Spanish spot on Main St., Manchego is where you go with a few close friends on Sunday because the gossip is HOT, and you need to hear each other.

Deal: $22 bottomless mimosas and sangria. Weekends 11:00am-3pm.

Society Kitchen

With its beach-adjacent patio and multiple toasts, Society Kitchen is exactly what you think of when you hear the words “Los Angeles breakfast cafe.” But that’s not necessarily a bad thing, especially when champagne is involved.

Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas for 1.5 hours, weekends 8am-3:30pm.

One of the more underrated restaurants in Santa Monica, The Brixton is the type of place every neighborhood wishes they could call their own. A fun, unpretentious atmosphere, and upscale bar food that has no business being as good as it is.

Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.

One of the better casual options in downtown Santa Monica, The Independence is a bright space with solid food and a french toast situation we’d recommend getting involved with.

Deal: $27 bottomless mimosas with a minimum food purchase of $15 per person. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11:30am-4:00pm and Saturday, Sunday 10:30am-4pm.


This gorgeous Spanish/Mediterranean spot is the perfect summer hangout spot when you and your friends are feeling hot and want other people to know it. Their sceney, sun-lit patio is a nice place to share a tapas-style brunch with dishes like papas bravas, pork belly benedict, and fluffy french toast topped with blackberries. Most people here are about five mimosas deep by noon, so don't expect a quiet meal. Deal: $35 bottomless mimosas or rosé with the purchase of an entree, 90-minute limit. Weekends 11am-3pm.

Who doesn’t want to drink in a bar named after a Bette Midler movie that deals with the crippling effects of viral cardiomyopathy? With a heavy Miami-in-the-80s aesthetic, this two-story bar actually does promise plenty of fun things, like bottomless brunch specials, alcoholic slushies, and various TV show viewing parties during the week.

Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas or spicy Bloody Marys. 2-hour limit.

Three words: Drag Queen Bingo. Hamburger Mary’s has locations all across the country, but the Weho original is an LA icon and one of the best ways to spend your Sunday. Just get reservations beforehand as it’s packed every weekend.

Deal: $35 bottomless mimosas with purchase of an entree + $10 show fee. 2-hour limit. Weekends 11am-2pm.

Thanks to a patio in their adjacent parking lot, La Boheme transforms from a neighborhood French spot into a West Hollywood brunch powerhouse on weekends. The patio itself has all the essentials—astroturf, umbrellas, and plenty of foliage—plus big, plushy lounge chairs that give the whole place a fun “somebody emptied their attic again” aesthetic.

Deal: $23 bottomless mimosas. 90-minute limit.

Marco's is one of those places you don’t hear a lot about because the people who go here don’t want you to know about it. This small, casual neighborhood spot is a place where everybody knows your name and there are bottomless mimosas seven days a week.

Deal: $23 bottomless mimosas and champagne. 90-minute time limit. Minimum $10 food purchase.

If you’re at Saddle Ranch any day before 4pm, just pat yourself on the back—you’re living your best life. This Sunset Strip icon is a kitschy, tourist-clogged mess, and we love every single second of it.

Deal: $19.99 bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys with a purchased entreé. Saturday and Sunday 10am-3pm.

This restaurant/queer space on Santa Monica Blvd. has fantastic programming throughout the week, including The Grand Baby Pageant on Wednesdays and Trivia on Thursdays. But come weekends, it’s all about the Wig & Waffles drag brunch.

Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of food. 90-minute limit until 4pm.

State Social House gets passed over a lot for its higher-profile Sunset Strip neighbors, but it’s still a perfectly fine spot to grab some food and drinks and bypass the crowds elsewhere. Also, it’s very laid-back in the daytime.

Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys. Weekends 11:30am-3pm.


Bacari is a local mini-chain known for its excellent drink deals and solid small plates. But this location is special because of its patio, hidden away from the blow-dry bars and cupcake shops on West 3rd Street. Walking in feels like you’ve entered a portal into a European forest with trees growing every which way and giant lanterns hanging from the ceiling.

Deal: $30 bottomless mimosas, strawberry bellinis, house red and white, sparkling wine, sparkling sangria, and house beer. 90-minute limit.

We love Della Terra because, in a part of town where brunch wait times are measured by the hour, we always seem to be able to find a table here. There’s nothing flashy about it—it's just a nice, casual brunch spot for the neighborhood.

Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas and bellinis, $20 bottomless Aperol spritzes, $28 bottomless cava. Weekends 10am-3pm.


If you want to feel like a rich tourist, have your Sunday brunch by the pool at The Beverly Hilton. The food isn’t offensive for the price you’re paying, and you’ll have fun watching people on vacation get very drunk.

Deal: $26 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11-3pm.

Prospect Gourmand is a rare neighborhood-y spot in Beverly Hills. The food is great, the staff will probably remember you on your second visit, and because it’s Beverly Hills, the interior has chandeliers made of silverware.

Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas (grapefruit or orange juice), $20 for bottomless Pear Belini’s. Weekends 10:30am-4pm.


33 Taps is a Silver Lake sports bar, which is to say it’s a sports bar you can definitely stand to be in. The food is solid, with lots of vegetarian-friendly options, and everything is pretty reasonably priced.

Deal: $29 bottomless mimosas. 1.5 hour limit with purchase of food. 10am-3pm daily.

Between the dance breaks, Dia de Los Muertos-themed decorations, and strong drinks, Mi Corazon has captured our hearts. Come here if you want salsa (both the dance and the condiment).

Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas, 90-minute limit. Weekends 11am-2pm.

Michelangelo is fairly removed from the main Silver Lake hustle on Sunset, and that’s exactly how they prefer it. This is a quiet, family-run operation with a loyal local following who are there for solid Italian food and a relaxed atmosphere.

Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.


Bacari is the most easygoing wine bar we’ve ever been to. And by easygoing, we mean they want you to get really hammered. It’s not a rowdy party atmosphere, but definitely come to this casual spot ready to have some fun.

Deal: $30 bottomless mimosas, bellinis, house red and white, sparkling wine, sangria, and house beer. $35 screwdriver, bloody mary, well liquor cocktails. 90-minute limit. 10:30am-2:30pm


Whether you chew your food or swallow it whole, Gulp is a great place to grab America’s “fourth meal.” The menu is vast—Sriracha deviled eggs, wings, and a breakfast burrito all peacefully coexist on it—so it’s a safe bet for a big group.

Deal: $4.25 mimosas by the glass. Weekends 11am-2:30pm.

One of our favorite all-around spots on Main Street, The Anchor is the cool, unpretentious place you see less and less of in Venice. The food is good, the people are nice, and there are plenty of TVs if you want to catch the game.

Deal: $23 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11:30am-3:30pm.


Post & Beam is a comfort food-focused spot where they serve staples like shrimp and grits and fancyy french toast. Plus, they have a vegetable and herb garden on the patio, which (we assume) is for when you like to entertain the notion of ordering a salad at brunch.

Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas, sparkling wine, and choice of juice. Weekends 11am-4pm.


Maple Block is a good spot if you’ve got a big group who live all over the city. Culver isn’t too much of a hassle for anyone, and on weekends, Maple Block does brunchy versions of their fantastic barbecue, like brisket hash and pork belly benedict.

Deal: $23 bottomless mimosas or $26 bottomless Aperol spritzes with the purchase of an entree. Weekends 10am-2pm. 2-hour limit.

We hate the name of this place as much as you do, but once you get past that, you realize this informal cafe in downtown Culver is actually pretty great. The food is solid, the people are nice, and the sidewalk patio at least makes you want to meet in Culver City.

Deal: $22 bottomless mimosas. 2-hour limit. Weekends 9am-3pm.

This vaguely Italian spot in Palms is a cool, low-key option full of locals from the surrounding neighborhood and a great place to watch a game as well.

Deal: $14 bottomless champagne with the purchase of entrée. 90-minute limit. Weekends 12pm-2:30pm.

The Overland Cafe is a fairly sleepy neighborhood cafe five days out of the week, but it comes alive on weekends with an excellent brunch in a comfortable setting and very cheap mimosas.

Deal: $16.99 bottomless champagne brunch with a regular entrée. 90-minute limit. Weekends and holidays 10am-2pm.


If there were ever an award for Most Essential Biergarten in LA, Rasselbock would probably win—especially with a bottomless mimosa deal as good as this. But their giant back patio and epic tap list don’t hurt, either.

Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-2pm.


There are a lot of very good dishes available at this Hermosa Beach spot, but you should come to their weekend brunch for two in particular: the refreshing tuna poke tostada and the impressive feat of engineering that is their Japanese pancake. It’s a perfectly symmetrical, circular soufflé situation topped with blueberry compote and salted butter maple syrup. Cutting it open and watching it spill onto your plate is both satisfying and soothing, like a babbling creek or Niagara Falls. Deal: $22 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-2pm.


Mother Tongue’s weekend brunch is a good fit for a bachelor/bachelorette party, birthday, or a gathering of your three loudest friends. The rooftop restaurant offers bottomless rosé, city views, and a huge poolside patio where you can sit in a plush pink booth and eat dishes like eggs benedict and shakshuka. It’s also rarely packed, so you can usually drop by last minute with a group and still get a table without much of a wait.

Deal: $30 bottomless rosé and $39 pre-fixe menu. Weekends 11am-3pm.

Most famous for being that place you ate that sandwich at before your Windex commercial audition, Eat This has surprisingly good food in a no-frills cafe setting.

Deal: $22 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entrée. 90 minute limit.

Jameson’s Irish Pub comes from the same restaurant group as Cabo Cantina, so it’s another what-you-see-is-what-you-get atmosphere. And you’re going to see a lot of sh*t-canned tourists going to town on some potato skins. But if you’re hungover on Hollywood Blvd., this is one of your best options.

Deal: $14.99 bottomless mimosas, bellinis, and Bloody Marys. Friday-Sunday 10am-3pm.

Running Goose

We don’t normally associate the words “quiet patio” and “peaceful herb garden” with Hollywood, but perhaps Running Goose is here to change that narrative. Partially shielded from the street, this Central American restaurant is a good place to brunch with friends, enemies, and that guy you just met last night.

Deal: $30 bottomless mimosas with purchase of entrée. 2-hour limit. Weekends 10am-4pm.


As Ktown continues its evolution into the best eating and drinking neighborhood in the city, Escala quietly keeps chugging along. The longtime staple has a solid Colombian-Korean menu and a cool, relaxed atmosphere.

Deal: $26 mango chili and passionfruit mimosas with purchase of entrée. Weekends 11am-5pm.


Between the Tom Hanks reference and formatting the entire menu to look like a script, nothing screams “Showbiz, baby!” quite like a meal at Castaway. This is the perfect place to take an out-of-town friend that wants to be impressed but doesn’t want to eat at Pump. Plus, the patio offers a gorgeous view of LA, and the brunch menu has everything from a $185 seafood tower to a cheese and charcuterie bar.

Deal: $30 mix-and-match bottomless mimosas. Flavors include dragonfruit-watermelon, cucumber-mint, lavender-charcoal lemonade, and pineapple-jalapeño. Weekends 11am-3pm.

Hungry Crowd is a Korean/American brunch spot that’s tailor-made for—you guessed it—groups of ravenous people. Besides their bottomless deal, their menu is filled with fusion dishes like kimchi biscuits, galbi burgers, and eggs benedict with bulgogi.

Deal: $19 bottomless mimosas. 90-minute limit. Friday and Saturday 10am-2:30pm, Sunday 10am-4pm.

One of the best bars in the whole Valley, Idle Hour nails just about everything. Great space, cool atmosphere, and surprisingly good food. It’s been known to get a little rowdy, though.

Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas. Sunday 11am-3pm.

Sagebrush Cantina is a restaurant and saloon that’s always a wild time, whether you’re there at 9am or 2am. They’re open for breakfast and dinner throughout the week, but what’s really significant here is their “world-famous” Sunday brunch. From the live jazz music, to the chocolate fountain, to the bottomless champagne, you know you’re not at Sagebrush Cantina for a long time, but for a good time.

Deal: $39.95 brunch buffet + bottomless champagne. Sunday 10am-2:30pm.

NoHo has come on strong recently in the Valley nightlife scene, and Federal Bar is one of the better spots. Located in an old bank building, the atmosphere is fun and unpretentious, with an above-average bar menu.

Deal: $30 bottomless mimosa with the purchase of an entrée. Weekends 11am-3pm.

This place is the kind of familiar gastropub you expect to find along Ventura Blvd. Nice waitstaff, reasonable prices, and lots of parents having a really good time.

Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.


This fantastic Southern Italian spot in Long Beach gives you the option of bottomless rosé or mimosas. Food-wise, there are a couple of breakfast pastas, including some rigatoni involving bacon and egg that you should absolutely get involved with.

Deal: $20 bottomless rosé or mimosas. Weekends 10:30am-4pm.


The Rockefeller

The Rockefeller understands that there are only two intrinsically good things in this world: a nice beach and flowing alcohol. And with their Manhattan Beach location and bottomless brunch weekends, they get those two things very, very right.

Deal: $20.95 bottomless mimosas in guava, peach, watermelon, and orange with purchase of meal item. 1-hour limit. Weekends 9am-3pm


Located in the land of upscale haberdasheries and parking meters that don’t even take debit cards is Edwin Mills, an all-day cafe in Old Town Pasadena. Their brunch menu includes to-be-expected dishes with unexpected names, like “Confused Burrito,” “WTF is Shakshuka,” and the simply stated, “That’s A Lot of Protein” (it’s a New York strip steak).

Deal: $18 mimosas with the purchase of an entree, $22 mix-and-match specialty mimosa flavors (ex. Lychee, strawberry coconut, mango, etc.) 2-hour limit. Weekends 11am-4pm.

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