Where to Sip Bottomless Mimosas in San Francisco


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 bottomless mimosas brunch locations to keep the good times pouring.

The Keystone

When you're dealing with Southern comfort classics such as fried chicken Benedict, braised short rib, and potato hash, bottomless mimosas ($25) are a must. Head to Keystone on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2pm to indulge. // 68 4th St (SoMa), thekeystonesf.com


Mimosas aren't the only things that are bottomless at District. The buffet brunch includes copious amounts of cheddar grits, biscuits and gravy, buttermilk pancakes, and chocolate chip bread pudding. The buffet will set you back just $20, and bottomless mimosas (or bottomless make-your-own Bloody Marys!) are an extra $15. // 216 Townsend St (South Park), districtsf.com

Bisou Bistronomy

This French bistro's bountiful menu and bottomless mimosa deal ($20 for endless mimosas or Bloody Marys) will have guests leaving full and tipsy. Order a gnocchi scrambled or their signature bisou burger and wash it down with numerous breakfast cocktails. // 2367 Market St. (Castro), bisousf.com

1300 Fillmore

Give thanks to the gods of brunch. Gospel Brunch at 1300 on Fillmore includes live music, decadent Southern classics (think spicy Cajun ham Benedict, banana foster, and spiced pecan and vanilla ice cream), and $12 unlimited pomosas—sparkling wine, PAMA liqueur, and a splash of juice. Cheers! // 1300 Fillmore St (Fillmore), 1300fillmore.com

The Pink Elephant

This Financial District gastropub has secured its place among bottomless mimosa royalty. For just $22, guests can trot over to their self-serve bottomless mimosa bar and choose from over 20 flavor options, all served in unique boot mugs. Flavors include apple, hibiscus, celery, the classic orange, and many more. To keep things tame, the mimosa bar is only available for two hours during the weekend. 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. (FiDI), facebook.com/thepinkelephant

Hard Knox Cafe

With two locations in SF's Inner Richmond and Dogpatch neighborhoods, Hard Knox Cafe 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. For $15, patrons receive free refills that won't stop until you decide. Order a plate of biscuits for the table, and get the weekend started early. // 2448 Clement St. (Inner Richmond) & 2526 3rd St (Dogpatch), hardknoxcafe.com

The Corner Store

Classics American dishes such as chicken and grits, fried chicken sandwiches, and biscuits and gravy are paired with $15 bottomless mimosas at this SF mainstay. // 5 Masonic Ave (Laurel Heights), thecornerstore-sf.com


Take a trip to the farm with breakfast at Farmerbrown, where $26 gets you a whopping amount of fried chicken, scrambled eggs, applewood smoked bacon, cornmeal catfish, sausage gravy, biscuits, waffles, cheesy grits, cajun potatoes, and pecan brownies. Bottomless mimosas are available for $20, and ends at 2pm. // 25 Mason St (Mid-Market), farmerbrownsf.com

Colibrí Mexican Bistro

One of the most affordable deals in the Bay Area, Colibri offers $10 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of your breakfast burrito. Brunch is available on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am-2pm // 438 Geary St (FiDi), colibrimexicanbistro.com

The Sycamore

Located just steps away from San Francisco's famous Clarion Alley, the Sycamore is an intimate Mission bar with a relaxed atmosphere. Though there's seating inside, you'll definitely want to give your order at the counter and head to the back, where a spacious outdoor patio awaits. Their bottomless mimosa deal can't be beat— just $12 with an $8 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

Barrelhead Brewhouse

This Nopa newcomer doesn't only serve in-house brews and brewtails. Alongside an extensive weekend brunch menu, their $18 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

Stock in Trade

Stock in Trade is home to some of the rowdiest birthday brunches San Francisco has ever seen. Their $17 “bottomless bubbles" are served until 3pm, where partakers can choose between bellininis, the classic orange juice, or pomegranate puree. Indulge in their corned beef hash, or if you're feeling like especially treating yourself, their stock nachos. Either way, you're going to need a hearty meal to compliment your assortment of champagne libations. // 2036 Lombard St (Cow Hollow), stockintradesf.com

Kitchen Story

Go to Kitchen Story for its famous millionaire's bacon (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 two hours, please) for the bottomless mimosas at $19 per person. // 3499 16th St (Castro), kitchenstorysf.com

Mission Rock Resort

Brunch on the water doesn't get any better than a raw bar and $210 bottomless mimosas. // 817 Terry a Francois Blvd (Dogpatch), missionrockresort.com

The Terrace Room

At $55 per person, the brunch at Terrace Room is well worth the splurge. Buffet tables are loaded with homemade pastries, smoked salmon, shrimp cocktail, bacon and sausage, and desserts for the picking and the price includes as much champagne and coffee as you can consume! // Cliff House at 1090 Point Lobos Ave (Outer Richmond), cliffhouse.com


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