Generous helpings of eggs Benedict or fluffy French toast always call for a fruity libation to wash it all down.
Grab a group of friends and head to one of these spots serving bottomless mimosas brunch to keep the good times pouring.
On Saturday and Sunday mornings, evening hotspot 620 Jones' outdoor patio transforms into a brunch mecca complete with bottomless mimosas for just $16; brunch cocktails by the glass ranging from breakfast martinis to bloody mary's to frosé; plus killer dishes perfect for soaking up all that alcohol including a green eggs and ham pizza, smoked salmon bagel, and eggs Benedict. The best part: enjoy a drag brunch performance every Sunday. // 620 Jones St. (TenderNob), 620-jones.com.
Chubby Noodle's bottomless dim sum brunch just might be the ultimate hangover cure. Head to the new North Beach outpost on Saturdays and Sundays for 90 minutes of endless mimosas—plus switch it up with rosé sangria and Sapporo—and your choice of 14 dishes ranging from chicken chow mein to breakfast jook for just $45 dollars. // 1310 Grant Ave. (North Beach), chubbynoodle.com.
Hillside Supper Club
A couple rounds of mimosas enjoyed inside Hillside Supper Club's homey dining room will certainly wake you up on the weekend. The bottomless mimosas ($26), served on Saturday and Sunday mornings, pair perfectly with housemade pastries and decadent savory dishes including polenta and soft eggs and Korean style fried rice. // 300 Precita Ave. (Bernal Heights), hillsidesupperclub.com.
Longtime Marina favorite Home Plate keeps the mimosas flowing—for 90 minutes that is—with plenty of carb-filled breakfast dishes, plus complimentary baked-from-scratch scones to soak them up. If you're not down to wait, stop by on a weekday to imbibe for just $18 and enjoy some of Home Plate's famous potato carrot pancakes. // 2150 Lombard St. (Marina), homeplatesf.net.
This NoPa hotspot serves more than in-house brews and brewtails. Alongside an extensive weekend brunch menu, their $20 bottomless mimosas pairs perfectly with a serving of their poutine fries. The only catch? Bottomless mimosas must be ordered along with the purchase of an entree—like that'll be hard. // 1785 Fulton St. (Nopa), barrelheadsf.com.
Dolores Park Cafe
If you're in the mood for a casual, hassle-free mimosa experience, Dolores Park Cafe keeps them flowing in its sunny space for just over $20 every day of the week. Pair your drinks with French toast or a chorizo breakfast burrito—or if you're feeling healthy-ish, down a glass of organic, fresh squeezed veggie juice too. Then, head to Dolores Park for a post-brunch coma. // 501 Dolores St. (Mission), doloresparkcafe.com.
Brunchgoers flock to Sweet Maple for millionaire's bacon, morning pizzas, eggs Benedict and, most importantly, bottomless mimosas ($22). The mimosas—with fresh-squeezed orange or grapefruit juice or raspberry lemonade—are well worth the wait. // 2101 Sutter St. (Pacific Heights), sweetmaplesf.com
Located just steps away from the Mission's famous mural-painted Clarion Alley, the Sycamore is an intimate bar with a relaxed atmo. Though there's seating inside, you'll definitely want to give your order at the counter and make a beeline to the spacious back patio. Their bottomless mimosa deal, offered on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm, can't be beat—just $16 with a $10 food order. With options such as chicken and waffles or four different eggs Benedicts, this may just be the brunch of your dreams. // 2140 Mission St. (Mission), thesycamoresf.com.
Colibrí Mexican Bistro
One of the most affordable deals in the Bay Area, Colibri offers bottomless mimosas made with fresh-squeezed orange juice alongside Mexican favorites including huevos rancheros and chilaquiles. Brunch is available on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am to 2pm. // 438 Geary St. (FiDi), colibrimexicanbistro.com.
Go to Kitchen Story for its millionaire's bacon (dusted with brown sugar, black pepper, and cayenne before baking), which is best served on the millionaire's Benedict on ciabatta toast. Stay (but not for more than 90 minutes, please) for the bottomless mimosas at $22 per person. // 3499 16th St. (Castro), kitchenstorysf.com.
Mimosas aren't the only things that are bottomless at District. The Sunday buffet brunch, served from 11am to 2:30pm, includes copious amounts of cheddar grits, biscuits and gravy, buttermilk pancakes, and chocolate chip bread pudding. The buffet will set you back just $22, and bottomless mimosas—choose from orange, cranberry, guava, apple, or peach—are an extra $16. // 216 Townsend St. (SoMa), districtsf.com.
The Pink Elephant
This Financial District gastropub has secured its place among bottomless mimosa royalty. For just $22.99, guests can trot over to their self-serve bottomless mimosa bar and choose from over 20 flavor options. Flavors include apple, hibiscus, celery, the classic orange, and many more. To keep things tame, the mimosa bar is only available for two hours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. But that'll be plenty of time to at least sample each of these unique flavors. You can do it. We believe in you. // 142 Minna St. (Financial District), thepinkelephantsf.wixsite.com.
Dive into heaping plates of Mexican brunch dishes—think tamale and eggs, chilaquiles, and huevos rancheros—plus tacos and oysters, with all you can drink in 90 minute mimosas, coronas, and sangria for just $24 on Saturdays and Sundays at this happening North Beach spot. // 510 Union St. (North Beach), donpistos.com.
Hard Knox Cafe
Hard Knox Cafe's Inner Richmond location serves up delicious Southern-style cooking every day of the week. And though brunch usually always implies Sunday mornings, Hard Knox's bottomless mimosas are only served Monday through Friday from 11am to 3pm. Order a plate of biscuits for the table, and get the weekend started early for just $20. // 2448 Clement St. (Inner Richmond), hardknoxcafe.com.
After knocking back a couple mimosas at Blackwood during the 90 minute time limit, you'll be all set for a Saturday of Marina barhopping. While the $22 bottomless mimosas, served alongside Thai and American dishes—including Thai Shakshuka, Dungeness crab omelets, and deep fried french toast—are well worth the guaranteed weekend wait, stop by on weekdays until 3:30 pm to enjoy endless pours minus the crowds. // 2150 Chestnut St. (Marina), blackwoodsf.com.