26 Great Bottomless Brunch Deals In NYC guide image


26 Great Bottomless Brunch Deals In NYC

For when your one and only weekend plan involves drinking copious amounts of prosecco.

Bottomless brunch satisfies a very specific desire—one of exuberance and recklessness. But before you start drinking like you’re doing an impersonation of how people reacted to Y2k, you’ll need a few things. Money, for example, as well as a sense of limitless potential and a day free of plans (so you can take a nap at 3pm). Whatever your mimosa-fueled brunch requires, we support you.

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Pig And Khao


68 Clinton St, New York
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The Deal: $18 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas until 4pm.

Pig & Khao already feels like a party at dinner time, so we can only imagine the debauchery 1.5 hours of lychee mimosas might cause, even in the (no-longer) sober light of day. We once spotted a sign outside the restaurant that said “I like pig butts and I cannot lie,” to give you an idea of the energy here. There are four flavors of mimosas, cocktails with curry leaf and Thai chili tequila, and coconut water to keep you hydrated. The food is good too. Order a bánh xèo and sizzling sisig or a brioche friend toast with coconut whipped cream.

The Deal: $38 for 90 minutes of unlimited select cocktails, wines, and beer with purchase of one entree.

Weekend brunch at Rustik Tavern is all about the ambience. This place has brick walls, warm lighting, a great patio, and a fine-tuned soundtrack based on the energy of the room—which could mean going from Motown in the morning to heavy bass as the drinks keep pouring. The food is also great, and the fried deviled eggs are a must.

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The Deal: $35 for 90 minutes or $45 for 2 hours of unlimited brunch cocktails. Brunch drinks include bellinis, mimosas, Bloody Marys, and red or white housemade sangria.

Greek restaurant Kyma is packed at any time of day, and its large enough to throw a mini party at your table. Come here with a big group to share dolmades and a pikilia, with additional drink deals like a $75 bucket of canned margs and an $85 pitcher of their house spicy margarita.

The Deal: $21.95 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, and select house cocktails.

Sugar Freak is a Cajun/Creole restaurant a block off the stretch in Astoria known as Little Egypt, but the big space feels like a New Orleans-themed party. Beads hang from the light fixtures, and the dining room will be full of big groups sharing crafts of mimosas and beignet sliders when you stop by. Brunch is offered on Fridays as well, if you want to start your weekend early. They also have plenty of outdoor seating.

The Deal: $25 for 90 minutes of Bloody Marys, mimosas, or bellinis.

The Horny Ram is usually filled with people a few years out of college who recently learned how to do their taxes and are still learning how to hold their liquor. If you’re looking for something like a day party, come here and listen to loud music on the crowded ground floor, or hang at the more low-key upstairs bar that has a small balcony overlooking 2nd Avenue.

The Deal: $55 for 90 minutes of unlimited brunch plates and free-flowing brunch cocktails, or $45 for bottomless brunch plates only.

Don’t be too alarmed by the $55 price tag on the boozy brunch at Maya. The deal includes unlimited plates from the starters, specialties, and dessert sections of the menu in addition to free-flowing brunch cocktails. They don’t restrict you to one type of cocktail, so you can have a Mexican Bloody Mary made with housemade sangrita then move on to a passion fruit mimosa and see where that ride takes you.

The Deal: $45 for 90 minutes of unlimited Bloody Marys and mimosas and two entrees.

Yefsi’s bottomless brunch has just two cocktail options: mimosas or Bloody Marys. Basically, you can ease into the blissful ignorance of a champagne-induced nap or grant yourself permission to be the loudest person at your table with vodka before noon. Either way, their brunch for two includes two entrees, in case you need to slow your roll.

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Lilly's Craft & Kitchen

Perfect For:Big Groups
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The Deal: $26 for unlimited mimosas, bellinis, or Bloody Marys with purchase of one entree.

There’s nothing new happening with the brunch at this Hell’s Kitchen tavern, but it’s a pretty good deal, and this place is always packed. If you’re into the kind of college town bars where grad students get beers after exams and pick-up rugby games, we recommend making a reservation for one of the limited tables in the narrow space.

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The Deal: $55 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas and one entree.

On paper, Kokomo is a Caribbean spot in Williamsburg where you can get plantain pancakes, chicken and waffles, or an egg frittata with callaloo for brunch. All of that is true—but it’s also important to know that going to this place is just like attending a party. They run a bottomless brunch special from 11am-3pm every Friday, which comes with unlimited mimosas and bass-heavy Caribbean music from a live DJ. Whenever the weather is warm and you’re looking for an outdoor spot to get an exciting brunch to end your week, think of Kokomo.

The Deal: $28 for 90 minutes of unlimited brunch cocktails and one entree. Brunch drinks include mimosas, Bloody Marys, and spiked iced tea.

Just because the primary objective of a bottomless brunch is drinking with friends, that doesn’t mean your meal has to consist of watery eggs or dry pancakes. Check out Ainslie, a three-floor beer garden serving prosciutto paninis and pancakes with sides of chocolate gelato near the Lorimer L stop. A couple of the brunch dishes like the brunch pizza and steak and eggs will cost you a little extra, but if good food is a priority, this place is worth it.

The Deal: $27 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, sangria, watermelon micheladas, and frozen drinks. You must also buy an entree.

Greenwich Village is full of some pretty bad bars that cater mostly to tourists and NYU students, and we like to think of The Malt House as the least-awful pub in the area. So if you need a bottomless brunch spot around Washington Square Park, this is one of your best options. There are several draft options on tap, a few TVs for sports, and several different versions of eggs benedict available at brunch.

The Deal: $16 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas. You must also buy an entree.

If you hit Lido in the evening, you’d just assume it was another reliable, slightly romantic neighborhood Italian place. And it is. But if you visit on a weekend day, you’ll find a bottomless brunch situation that people take very seriously. For $18, you’ll get 90 minutes of all the mimosas you want, along with brunch food that’s certainly much better than it needs to be after a series of never-ending mimosas.

The Deal: $19.95 for 90 minutes of unlimited sangria and mimosas.

Every Saturday and Sunday between 11:30am-5pm, this South Bronx spot hosts a bottomless brunch with mimosas, sangria, and live Hip-Hop DJ sets for $19.95 per person. Between rapping Jay-Z lyrics and rocking in your seat to hits by Lil’ Kim, you can order dishes like chicken and waffles, rum cake french toast, and shrimp and grits at Beatstro. Keep in mind that this place gets crowded, so make sure to follow their Instagram and stay up to date on all their brunch events.

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Perfect For:BrunchDay Drinking

The Deal: $45 for 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, or sangria.

Poco is a loud, crowded, and fun spot for a party-time brunch. They have a 90-minute set menu deal for $45 that includes an entree of your choice. The menu is full of Latin twists on brunch basics—just keep in mind that this place is cash-only.

The Deal: Get two cocktails for the price of one from 12pm-4pm on weekends.

From the excellent mole selection to its brightly-painted sidewalk patio, Ruta Oaxaca takes the maximalist approach at every turn. And that’s exactly why we love this Mexican restaurant in Astoria. With the electric pink patio structure and rich mole-covered enchiladas, you’ll feel like you’re in a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory reboot based in 2021. If you need another reason to make this Oaxacan spot a priority on your list of restaurants to check out, know that Ruta offers a 2-for-1 cocktail special during brunch on weekends. All tables are first come, first served until 4pm.

The Deal: $29.95 for 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas. Includes the price of food.

Despite the high volume of brunch places in Park Slope, Scottadito is really the only great bottomless option. The menu here has a mix of Northern Italian dishes and typical brunch stuff like pancakes and eggs. So the next time your friend wants to leave her brownstone on a Sunday and wash the day away with pasta and prosecco, remember Scottadito.

The Deal: Bottomless mimosas for a $12 addition to your meal.

San Marzano has the least expensive bottomless mimosa brunch on this list. It costs $12 on top of your meal. All of the food, like french toast with bananas and Italian paninis, is around or below $10.

The Deal: $47 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas and Bloody Marys. Includes the price of food.

Food-wise, The Crooked Knife is completely average. But almost every other aspect of this place exceeds expectations. The staff is friendly (no small feat, especially when everyone is drunk by 1pm), they take reservations for groups both small and large, the environment is comfortable, the drinks are strong, and there’s a great outdoor patio. If you’re in the bottomless brunch market for the overall experience more so than the food, The Crooked Knife is a great choice.

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Perfect For:BrunchDay Drinking

The Deal: $30 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas, wine, or margaritas. You must also buy an entree.

We shouldn’t need to say much more than “bottomless margaritas” to convince you of Agave’s power. But you should also know that this Greenwich Village spot serves all the benedicts and silver dollar pancakes you could ever want (as well as a few dishes with Tex-Mex influence).

The Deal: $19.95 for unlimited sangrias, mimosas, or bellinis and three tapas dishes.

At Pil Pil on the UES, there are four options for bottomless brunch (all based on different regions of Spain). Each comes with three different tapas dishes and unlimited sangria, mimosa, or bellinis. If you’re in the area looking for a place to day drink with a few friends on a Saturday morning, this is the place to do it.

The Deal: $37.50 includes a choice of three brunch cocktails and one entree. Brunch drinks include margaritas, mimosas, hibiscus rosalitas, or beer.

If you’re in the mood for chilaquiles or huevos rancheros on a weekend morning in Brooklyn, try Fonda in Park Slope. It’s a casual spot with great cocktails and a very pleasant backyard, which is where we usually sit when we come for brunch. You won’t regret ordering the classic margarita.

The Deal: $37.50 includes a choice of three brunch cocktails and one entree. Brunch drinks include margaritas, mimosas, hibiscus rosalitas, or beer.

There’s another Fonda location on 9th Avenue in Chelsea that offers the same bottomless brunch special as their Brooklyn restaurant. They don’t have a backyard, but there’s still plenty of outdoor seating along the sidewalk where you can eat whatever you think pairs best with three frozen margaritas on a warm Sunday afternoon.

The Deal: $34.95 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas, bellinis, draft beer, sangria, or Bloody Marys. Includes one entree, and everyone in your group must participate.

Dar525 is a casual Mediterranean spot in Williamsburg where you can eat shakshuka, babaganouj, hummus, and pita on a weekend afternoon. Once you’re done eating, spend the rest of your hour and a half drinking mimosas or bellinis on the velvet living room set to get your $34.95 worth.

The Deal: $25 for 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas or $30 for 90 minutes of bottomless bellinis. Does not include the price of food.

Chocolat in Harlem is massive, so you won’t have to glare at anyone who takes the last free table just as you walk into brunch at noon on a Sunday. The classic American brunch food here is all pretty good, including the red velvet pancakes which we’d suggest you order even though you aren’t twelve years old.

The Deal: $17 for one hour of unlimited mimosas and one entree.

Anyone who finds it tough to keep a cactus alive will be at a total loss when they step into the backyard of this American spot in Greenpoint. It’s filled with as many plants, trees, and ivy as a modest greenhouse, and it’s one of the most pleasant places to eat outside in Brooklyn. If that alone isn’t enough to convince you to stop by, the BEC biscuit and bottomless mimosa situation should provide some extra motivation.

The Deal: $28 for one hour of unlimited mimosas and sangrias, plus one entree.

Haven Rooftop is an outdoor restaurant at The Sanctuary Hotel that treats bottomless brunch like a sport. They’ve got a bunch of tables along a glass railing where you can get a birds-eye-view of the Times Square area while sipping a mimosa and eating blueberry french toast. Be sure to make a reservation before you show up because this place is packed on weekends.

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