Drink a rainbow everyday! At Sweet Maple, choosing your mimosa flavor will be the hardest decision you make all day. (Courtesy of @sweetmaple)

Boozy Brunch! Here's where to drink bottomless mimosas in San Francisco

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Generous helpings of eggs Benedict and 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 of all call colors and flavors to keep the good times pouring at brunch.



620 Jones

Princess Poppy is the star of the show at drag brunch on Sundays, but everyone's favorite midday meal is also served on Saturdays at 620 Jones' excellent patio. The brunch mecca serves up $20 mimosa pitchers as well as breakfast martinis. bloodies, and frosé. Don't forget to eat plenty: Chef Erik Hopfinger has you covered with huevos rancheros and fried chicken and waffles. // 620 Jones St. (TenderNob), 620-jones.com.


Chubby Noodle

Chubby Noodle's "bottomless" dim sum brunch is the ultimate hangover cure. Head to the North Beach outpost on Saturdays and Sundays when 90-minute reservations bring 10 brunch items to your table—think salt and pepper shrimp and fried rice—plus three drinks; in addition to mimosas, sake shooters and rosé sangria are on offer. Throw it all down for just $45. // 570 Green St. (North Beach), chubbynoodle.com

Home Plate

Longtime Marina favorite Home Plate keeps the mimosas flowing—for 90 minutes that is ($19 per person). Bloody Marias, greyhounds, and peach bellinis are options a la carte. The eating is also hearty here with plenty of carb-filled breakfast dishes—think buttery Benedicts, steak and eggs, and several flavors of pancakes. // 2150 Lombard St. (Marina), homeplate-sf.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 $28 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.

Sweet Maple

The toughest part about brunch at Sweet Maple is getting everyone at your table to decide which flavor of mimosa to order—varieties include raspberry, strawberry, grapefruit, blue curacao, mango-tagin and, of course, the OG. You'll get one hour to drink as many as you can manage for $23 a person. Order the Millionaire's bacon, morning pizzas, and eggs Benedict to go with. // 2101 Sutter St. (Pacific Heights), sweetmaplesf.com


The Sycamore

Just steps from the Mission's Clarion Alley, The Sycamore might win brunch just for its extended time window—here's you'll get a full two hours to drown yourself in mimosas ($25 per person) while most places have a limit of 60 to 90 minutes. Or, get a "monster-mosa," a 60-ounce pitcher, for $34. Two seatings are offered at 10:30am and 1pm Saturday and Sunday; order at the counter and then make a beeline to the spacious back patio. Soak up the bubbly with chicken and waffles or scrambles. // 2140 Mission St. (Mission), thesycamoresf.com

Kitchen Story

Millionaire's bacon flights plus bottomless mimosas? Don't mind if we do! Endless drinks here come at $22 per person with a one-hour time limit. Drink fast, then order ricotta hotcakes, morning melts, and omelettes. // 3499 16th St. (Castro), kitchenstorysf.com.


The Pink Elephant

This Financial District gastropub stands so hard behind its bottomless mimosas, you can even drink them on weekdays ($40/person Tuesday through Friday); on Monday nights, bottomless mimosa happy hour is served for just $30 per person till 6pm. Don't worry, they do brunch too but at a premium: When you come on Saturday or Sunday, expect to fork over $45 for all you can drink. You'll have 90 minutes to taste your way through dozen or so flavor options including peach, cran-pomegranate, and guava. We believe in you. Not into juice? Go for the bottomless prosecco instead. Brunch food is served all day. // 142 Minna St. (FiDi), pinkelephantusa.com

Don Pistos

Ordering an entree is required to partake of bottomless mimosas, coronas, and sangria ($25/person, 90 minute limit) on Saturdays and Sundays at this happening North Beach spot. But you shouldn't have any problem diving into heaping plates of Mexican brunch fare. Go for the chorizo and baked eggs, breakfast burrito, or huevos rancheros—plus snacks and oysters. // 510 Union St. (North Beach), donpistos.com.


Hard Knox Cafe

Hard Knox Cafe's Inner Richmond location serves up delicious Southern-style brunch till 3pm every day of the week. But wait, there's a twist: Bottomless mimosas ($24 per person) are only served on weekdays. Prepare to carbo load—the menu here is gluten-heavy with plates of biscuits, beignets, French toast, and sandwiches plus all the fried Southern things. // 2448 Clement St. (Inner Richmond), hardknoxcafe.com.


Blackwood

After knocking back a couple mimosas at Blackwood during the 60 minute time limit, you'll be all set for a Saturday of Marina barhopping. While the $23 bottomless mimosas, served alongside Thai and American dishes—including Thai shakshuka, Dungeness crab omelettes, and deep fried French toast—are well worth the guaranteed weekend wait, stop by on weekdays until 3pm to enjoy endless pours minus the crowds. // 2150 Chestnut St. (Marina), blackwoodsf.com.


Mission Rock Resort

OK, technically this brunch hot spot does not serve bottomless mimosas, but we still love it for the build-your-own offering that comes with your choice of prosecco or Napa brut by the bottle and a selection of juices (cranberry, pineapple, grapefruit, and so on). We also love it for the oyster selection and waterfront views. // 817 Terry A Francois Blvd. (Dogpatch), missionrockresort.com

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