The Best Bottomless Brunches in San Francisco

Because you know you’re going to have more than two mimosas.
Four beignets with bananas, strawberries, and blackberries.

photo credit: Hard Knox Cafe

Bottomless brunch isn’t exactly something most San Franciscans partake in on a weekly basis, especially if you're part of the city’s 6am hiking crowd. But if you ever find yourself with the desire to put on nice clothes on a Sunday morning and spend the next two hours drinking champagne and eating pancakes, this is the guide you turn to. Sure, the food served at bottomless brunch isn’t great, but that’s not why you’re there. These are seven spots for you and your friends to sit down and swirl a mimosa with the comfort of knowing that you can have as many as you want. And if you just want a great brunch in general, check out our guide to the best brunch in San Francisco.


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The Deal: $33 per person for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas.

Santeria is a Mexican spot in the Castro with some of the best food on this list. They’ve got big plates of steak chilaquiles and Rivera Rolls, which is rolled sweet toast that’s coated in dulce de leche and homemade strawberry jam. There’s plenty of space inside for groups and a covered outdoor parklet for those days it’s above 65 degrees. And with six different mimosa flavors like guava and prickly pear, plus the option to switch to unlimited red sangria, white sangria, or micheladas, this is the spot to go when you’re feeling a bit indecisive about your drink options.

The Deal: $22 for 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas.

Mimosas await at this cute corner spot in the Castro, once you get past the inevitable line. The deep-fried, mascarpone stuffed french toast is hearty and wonderful at the same time, or if you’d prefer a lighter brunch wakeup, the sandwiches and benedicts will also do you right.

The Deal: $26 per person for one hour of unlimited mimosas.

You just spent 45 minutes of your morning waiting on the sidewalk for a table at Sweet Maple in Lower Pacific Heights and have no other plans for the rest of the day—of course ordering bottomless is a given. There are seven different varieties of mimosas here, and your whole table has to get the same one, so rock-paper-scissors to decide whether you want your champagne spiked with grapefruit juice, blue curacao, or mango purée and Tajín. Then soak it all up with an order or four of Millionaire’s Bacon.

The Deal: $23 per person for 75 minutes of unlimited mimosas.

Brunch at Home Plate is a one-way ticket to an afternoon on the couch. The fluffy pancakes and hefty dishes like corned beef hash or chicken-fried steak are decadence on a platter. But you should still get to this Marina spot any time for their bottomless mimosas (available daily), which you can enjoy for exactly 75 minutes amidst the baseball photos and miniature homes on the wall. Alternatively, if you’re not fully committed to endless bubbly today, they also do mimosas by the glass or liter.

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The Deal: $34 per person for two hours of unlimited mimosas.

The best way to spend a random morning with all your friends who also decided to play hooky is at Hard Knox Cafe. This Richmond spot offers a bottomless mimosa special every day of the week inside a space that looks like a rest stop off of Route 66. They only serve the traditional orange juice variety here, but they do the job of washing down the heavy plates of chicken and waffles, creamy mac and cheese, and doughy beignets.

The Deal: $54 for 90 minutes and your choice of six brunch items (served family style) and three brunch drinks.

If you’re teeing up a Saturday full of day drinking, make a reservation for the bottomless brunch at Chubby Noodle. The North Beach spot has a weekend dim sum brunch special featuring options like the excellent spicy garlic noodles, firecracker chicken, spicy wontons, and other dishes that will hopefully satisfy everyone in your brunch crew.

The Deal: $50 for 90 minutes for bottomless drinks and food.

The wine bar in Pacific Heights looks like a cozy cigar bar thanks to red walls and deep-cushioned chairs. And aside from the comfortable seats, this place also has live music and serves bottomless brunch featuring mimosas, Bloody Marys, screwdrivers, and, of course, brunch food like chicken and waffles, fried catfish benedicts, and crawfish mac and cheese. And the best part: Scopo Divino takes brunch reservations, so you can plan your weekend morning with confidence.

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