Aside from getting buzzed on a Sunday and finally sending that sexually charged text to your coworker, the best part of bottomless brunch is that there’s a place for everyone. Whether you’re nursing that blistering hangover and just need peace, quiet, and a bellini, or looking to trust-fall off a table to the Frozen soundtrack in West Hollywood, the bottomless brunch does not judge. And neither do we.
So we’ve searched the entirety of Los Angeles for every bottomless brunch deal worth your time. Are these the best brunches in LA? Of course not. But some are close. And besides, you just popped your third bottle of champagne - today’s priorities are slightly different than usual. We’ve broken down - neighborhood by neighborhood - the bottomless brunches you need to be aware of in LA. Never go thirsty again.
Margo’s is an all-day restaurant on Montana Ave. in Santa Monica that has a low-key brunch involving standards like breakfast burritos and eggs Benedict, which you should enjoy at one of their sidewalk tables.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas with a purchase entreé. 11am-3pm daily.
If your sports-obsessed dad can never find a place that’s showing the game he needs to watch when he’s in town, this is where you should take him. In addition to plenty of TVs showing seemingly every sporting event happening that day, they also have a brunch burger and bottomless drinks on the weekend.
Deal: $20 bottomless champagne or house blonde ale, $2.95 for juice. Weekends 10am-3pm.
This place is definitely a scene, so get your sunglasses game in order and go enjoy some upscale seafood a few blocks from the water.
Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas and rosé. Weekends 11:30am-2:30pm.
With its beach-adjacent patio and multiple toasts (including avocado, obvs), Society Kitchen is exactly what you think of when you hear the words “Los Angeles breakfast cafe.” But that’s not necessarily a bad thing, especially when champagne is involved.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas, weekends 10am-2pm.
FIG feels like one of those places you only go to if your husband’s out of town in Shanghai for the week, and you want to be bad and try Uber for the first time. But the fact is, this sunny spot in the Fairmont Miramar gets it right. Unpretentious, lively, and with a menu that never disappoints.
Deal: $40 includes purchase of entree and endless draft beer or sangria. Weekends 11am-2:30pm.
A relatively quiet Spanish spot on Main St., Manchego is where you go with a few close friends on Sunday because the gossip is HOT, and you need to hear each other.
Deal: $17 bottomless mimosas and sangria. Weekends 11:30am-3pm.
We don’t generally endorse going to The Promenade on a weekend, but if it happens (and sometimes it does), Sonoma Wine Garden has an accessible menu and a rooftop patio with fantastic ocean views. We can get behind all of that.
Deal: $39 bottomless mimosas, food included. Weekends 11am-3pm.
One of the most underrated restaurants in the city, The Brixton is the type of place every neighborhood in LA wished they could call their own. A fun, unpretentious atmosphere, and upscale bar food that has no business being as good as it is.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 9:30am-2:30pm.
One of the better casual options in downtown Santa Monica, The Independence is a bright space with solid food and a French toast situation we’d recommend getting involved with.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas. Weekdays 11:30am-3pm, Friday-Sunday 11am-3pm.
If you’re trying to catch the game but don’t want to go to a dive-y sports bar, head to 40 Love. This spot in West Hollywood kind of feels like a country club, and while the cocktails aren’t the strongest, if you want to drink bottomless mimosas and feel like you’re in the movie Foxcatcher, there aren’t many better options around.
Deal: $30 bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys.
If you have a friend in town and they want a meal with a view, you probably want to check out E.P. & L.P. This place is always packed and the food is just fine, but for Sunday brunch they have $20 bottomless palomas and looking out over the Hills will scratch that friend’s itch.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas or palomas. Sunday 1pm-3pm.
This neighborhood Italian restaurant in Weho is never too crowded during brunch, and has enough toasts and things covered in hollandaise to make everyone in your group happy. You should probably get at least two orders of the raspberry-filled bomboloni so that you’re not mad at David for eating more than his share.
Deal: $21 Bottomless mimosas and $24 bottomless aperol spritzes. Weekends 11am-2pm.
You know the Electric Owl as that place in West Hollywood with the incredible 4:20 (insert sunglasses emoji here) Happy Hour deal, but if you’re not heading there during brunch hours, you’re missing out. That deal is similarly great, and has a mix of breakfast combos, sandwiches, and, of course, bottomless mimosas.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas, 2 hour limit. Friday-Sunday 10am-3pm.
The Den can get a little wild at night, but it’s pretty low-key at brunch. The food is mostly regular breakfast stuff, and you can’t go wrong with the Lumberjack, which consists of pancakes and bacon.
Deal: $19 bottomless mimosas with purchase of an entreé. Sunday 10am-2pm.
Located across the street from Blu Jam Cafe and the Groundlings Theatre, Sal’s is a casual all-day Italian restaurant. You probably wouldn’t drive across town for a meal here, but it’s a great place to hang out with your Improv 201 class and talk over fried calzones... and each other.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas, $17 bottomless mimosas with other flavors. Weekdays 11am-10pm, weekends 10am-10pm.
Basix is where you go when you’re too hungover to even lift your head, so you put on the first shirt you spot laying on your floor. This exceptionally low-key neighborhood joint has a large menu and a fun atmosphere. Lines do get long during peak hours.
Deal: $19 bottomless mimosas and $22 bottomless blood orange mimosas. 90-minute limit. Weekends 7:30am-3pm.
We’re not here to judge, and neither are you. Sometimes sh*t just hits the fan and you end up at Cabo Cantina at 11am on a Sunday, and you simply have to make the most of it. So go all in, get a little rowdy, and take home some stranger before dinnertime.
Deal: $11.95 bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys. Friday-Sunday 10am-3pm.
The NYC import can definitely get a little rowdy, even on a Sunday, but let’s get real - you’re here for that. And also here for that man in chaps starting a limbo contest.
Deal: $13 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 12-3pm.
Three words: Drag Queen Bingo. Hamburger Mary’s has locations all across the country, but the Weho original is an LA icon and one of the best ways to spend your Sunday. Just get reservations beforehand, it’s packed every weekend.
Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas with purchase of an entree + $6 show fee. 2-hour limit. Weekends 11am-2pm.
This sceney Sunset Strip spot is one of the best patios in LA. Sometimes you just want to glam it up for Saturday brunch, and Ivory (in the Mondrian Hotel) is where you want to do it.
Deal: $21 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-3pm.
If you’ve lived in LA long enough, Kitchen24 has no doubt saved you from hangover hell on multiple occasions. Good, affordable food, a relaxed atmosphere, and a great front patio full of everyone in recovery mode.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys. Saturday 11am-3pm.
One of those places you don’t hear a lot about because the people who go here don’t want you to know about it. Marco’s is a small, casual neighborhood Weho spot where everybody knows your name and there are bottomless mimosas SEVEN DAYS A WEEK.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas and champagne. 2-hour time limit. Monday-Friday 9am-2pm, Weekends 8am-2pm. Minimum $10 food purchase.
F*ck yes. If you’re at Saddle Ranch any day before 4pm, just pat yourself on the back - you’re living your best life. This Sunset Strip icon is a kitschy, tourist-clogged mess, and we love every single second of it.
Deal: $16.99 bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys with a purchased entreé. Weekdays 11am-3pm, weekends 10am-3pm.
State Social House gets passed over a lot for its higher profile Sunset Strip neighbors, but it’s still a perfectly fine spot to grab some food and drinks and bypass the crowds elsewhere. Also, it’s very laid-back in the daytime.
Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys. Weekends 11:30am-3pm.
A slightly more upscale option in a part of town known for its rowdy brunch scene. The food is excellent and the back patio never disappoints. And look - there’s Maya Rudolph getting hammered!
Deal: $22 bottomless mimosas and champagne with the purchase of an entreé. 90 minute limit. Weekends 10am-4pm.
Located on Robertson in the heart of Weho, this spot is an undeniable scene. But people love it for its healthy-ish Mexican food and party atmosphere, and so will you.
Deal: $17 bottomless mimosas and $20 bottomless sangria. $10 if you arrive between 10am-11am. Weekends 10am-3pm.
A tiny French bistro smack in the heart of everything West Hollywood with a casual crowd and decent food.
Deal: $25 for a maximum of five mimosas. 10am-3pm daily.
Beverly Grove/3rd Street
Located in The Peninsula Beverly Hills, The Belvedere is what you would expect from a hotel restaurant with a four-dollar-sign rating: A gorgeous patio, freshly shucked oysters, French limestone fountains, and the ultimate status symbol, a hand-painted dessert made to look like a Fabergé egg. But the one thing you might not expect? An excellent bottomless deal.
Deal: $88 brunch buffet + $25 for bottomless Nicolas Feuillatte champagne. Sunday 11am-2pm.
Serving as a lobby cafe for the boutique Palihotel on Melrose, The Hart and The Hunter has a cute, Pinterest-board vibe and fantastic Southern brunch food. (Also, the best biscuits in the entire city.)
Deal: $20 bottomless champagne. Weekends 9am-4pm.
The alliterative cousin of Surf and Turf, this spot is serving everything from the land, sea, and wherever bottomless brunch deals come from.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas, $21 bottomless Bloody Marys and lobster Bloody Marys. 2-hour limit. Saturdays 12-2pm, Sundays 12-5pm.
We love Della Terra because in a part of town where brunch wait times are measured by the hour, you always seem to be able to find a table here. There’s nothing flashy about it, just a nice, casual brunch spot for the neighborhood.
Deal: $14 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.
Simplethings is for people who understand why Google Maps is better than Waze - sometimes, simpler is just better. As their name suggests, this sandwich and pie shop excels at both of those things, but on the weekend, they also offer a full brunch menu including eggs Benedict, a cowboy scramble with Portuguese sausage, and, of course, bottomless mimosas… for $10!
Deal: $10 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-3pm.
Most famous for being that place you order food from while you’re still binge drinking at Busby’s East, Spare Tire is actually a really underrated daytime spot as well. The food is good and the vibe is never too rowdy.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.
A somewhat sleepy, German beer garden isn’t exactly the first place you’d think of for a bottomless brunch, but Wirsthaus has one - and also has much better food than you’d expect too.
Deal: $12 bottomless champagne, $15 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-2pm.
If you want to feel like a rich tourist, have your Sunday brunch by the pool at The Beverly Hilton. The food isn’t offensive for the price you’re paying, and you’ll have fun watching people on vacation get very drunk.
Deal: $56 brunch buffet, including prosecco. Weekends 11am- 3pm.
Prospect Gourmand is a rare neighborhoody spot in Beverly Hills. The food is great, the staff will probably remember you on your second visit, and because it’s Beverly Hills, the interior has chandeliers made of silverware.
Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas (grapefruit or orange juice), $18 for strawberry. Weekends 10:30am-4pm, weekdays 11am-5pm.
Silver Lake/ Los Feliz/ Echo Park
Barbrix is one of the most popular brunch spots on the Eastside and has the weekend crowds to prove it. But this retrofitted bungalow along Hyperion has solid food, and a surprisingly calm atmosphere.
Deal: $8 bottomless mimosas with purchase of any item over $14. Weekends 10am-3pm.
33 Taps is a Silver Lake sports bar, which is to say it’s a sports bar you can definitely stand to be in. The food is solid, with lots of vegetarian-friendly options, and everything is pretty reasonably priced.
Deal: $15.95 bottomless mimosas, micheladas and Bloody Marys. 10am-3pm daily.
This sports bar in Silver Lake has a terrible name and great drink deals. The food is decent, and breakfast burrito is exactly you want when you’re waking up at 10am on a Sunday to watch a game on the East Coast.
Deal: Two-for-one drinks, $15 bottomless mimosas. Sunday 10am-4pm.
If you’ve ever taken the Silver Lake Blvd. exit off the 101, you’ve no doubt seen El Caserio and said, “Wait, what the hell is that??” On a random corner, El Caserio is a quiet, family-run Latin American restaurant with authentic food and one of the coolest patios you’ve never heard about.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas and champagne. Weekends 10am-2pm.
Between the dance breaks, Dia de los Muertos-themed decorations, and strong drinks, Mi Corazon has captured our hearts. Come here if you want salsa (both the dance and the condiment).
Deal: $14 bottomless mimosas, 90-minute limit. Weekends 11am-2pm.
Hyperion Public remains one of the better places on the Eastside to grab a low-key drink on a Friday night , but this neighborhood bar/restaurant has a brunch that’s just as good. And bottomless mimosas every day.
Deal: $19 bottomless mimosas, bellinis, and champagne cocktails. Daily 11am-3pm. Applies to the Studio City location as well.
Michelangelo is fairly removed from the main Silver Lake hustle on Sunset, and that’s exactly how they prefer it. This is a quiet, family-run operation with a loyal local following who are there for solid Italian food and a relaxed atmosphere.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.
Rockwell is part restaurant, part bar, part “Let’s go see a cool band play!” scene from your favorite 90′s movie. The food is fine here, but the atmosphere is always a party. They have a great back patio, and things always get rowdy during a main stage show.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.
Why drive six-plus hours north when you can enjoy (almost) everything wine country has to offer right here? Located in Westwood, Napa Valley Grille does a three-course pre-fixe brunch menu that includes bottomless mimosas for four hours, which gives you plenty of time to talk about why not even Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler could save Netflix’s Wine Country.
Deal: $44 prix-fixe three-course meal + bottomless mimosas, $52 for Bloody Marys. $20 bottomless blood orange passionfruit mimosas with the purchase of an entree, $22 bottomless Bloody Marys. Weekends 11am-3pm.
With multiple levels and a giant tree blossoming in the atrium, Skylight Gardens is the kind of restaurant that makes brunch feel more like a magical experience and less like a meal where hollandaise is considered a food group.
Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entree. Weekends 11am-3pm.
Originally a food truck, TLT takes “going green” to new, unexplored levels with its lime interiors, vats of signature “green sauce,” and the envy it evokes when you tell your friends you got such a good deal on endless mimosas.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entree.
Venice/ mdr/ pdr
Bacari is the most easygoing wine bar you’ve ever been to. And by easygoing, we mean they want you to get really hammered. It’s not a rowdy party atmosphere, but definitely come to this casual spot ready to have some fun.
Deal: $25 bottomless wine, beer, sparkling, and sangria. $30 bottomless wine, beer, sparkling, sangria, and liquor cocktails. 90-minute limit, with a $5 30-minute extension. Saturday 10:30am-11:00pm, Sunday 10:30am-10pm.
Fairly upscale, corporate crowd, but you’re in MDR after all. The food is fine, but the views of the water are some of the best in the marina.
Deal: $44 three-course prix-fixe brunch, bottomless mimosas, wine, and Bloody Marys included. Saturday 11:30am-2:30pm, Sunday 10:30am-2:30pm.
This dimly lit Venice staple has been serving old-school Cali-Mexican dishes for well over 30 years, but nothing beats their Sunday brunch special. Hangover warning: There’s usually live music.
Deal: $18.99 bottomless sangria, champagne, and Bloody Marys with the purchase of an entrée. Sunday 11am-2:30pm.
This modern Mexican-fusion spot has a great space, a fun atmosphere, and a breakfast gordita we’re all about.
Deal: $22 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11:30am-4pm.
Nighthawk serves brunch all day, which, in the biz is code for “They get it.” And although they have a great bottomless mimosa deal, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention their other incredible drinks like the Banh Michelada (comes with house-made nuoc cham) and their many spiked cereal milks.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas in grapefruit, Tang, or classic. 2-hour time limit. Weekends 10am-5pm.
Whether you chew your food or swallow it whole, Gulp is a great place to grab America’s “fourth meal.” The menu is vast - sriracha deviled eggs, fish & chips, and Greek flatbread all peacefully coexist on it - so it’s a safe bet for a big group.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas. 2-hour limit. Weekends 10am-3pm.
Sunny Spot is Roy Choi’s ode to all things LA brunch. And though the chef isn’t really part of the popular MDR spot anymore, weekend crowds are relentless. The food isn’t anything to write home about, but the vibe is always right for a big group brunch.
Deal: $19 mix-and-match bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Sunny rum punch with the purchase of an entrée. Weekdays 11am-3:15pm, weekends 9:30am-4:15pm. 90-minute limit.
26 Beach is here for one thing, and one thing only - to stuff you with as much carbs and alcohol as possible. The menu is filled with more than a dozen types of French toast, something called a “pasta scramble,” and an unbeatable mix-and-match bottomless deal.
Deal: $12 bottomless mimosas, $15 mix-and-match mimosas and frose, with the purchase of an entree. Weekdays 8-11am.
One of our favorite all-around spots on Main St., The Anchor is the cool, unpretentious place you see less and less of in Venice. The food is good, the people are nice, and there are plenty of TVs if you want to catch the game.
Deal: $16 mix-and-match bottomless mimosas, micheladas, and soju bloodys. 90-minute limit. Weekends 11:30am-3:30pm.
One of our favorite neighborhood restaurants in the city. Great food, awesome vibes, and a mere two minutes to the beach after that mimosa buzz gets going.
Deal: $18 bottomless prosecco cocktails (strawberry or peach) or shandy. Weekends 10:30am-4pm.
In a land of massive, strange restaurants (Marina Del Rey), The Warehouse is easily the strangest. But with an aggressive ’80s nautical vibe and some of the best people-watching in the area, we’ll happily take part in the festivities.
Deal: $44.99 all-you-can-eat brunch buffet with bottomless mimosas. Sunday 10am-3pm.
This tiny, casual wine bar is one of our favorite spots for a first date on the Westside, but it also does a really fun sleeper brunch as well. Low-key without the crowds.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entrée. Weekends 12:00-2:30pm.
We’ll be honest here - the food at Whiskey Red’s is on par with that cruise your Aunt Jean took to Jacksonville last year. But there’s something about sitting out on that back patio next to the marina that never gets old. This is Midwestern-parent paradise.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas, Saturday 10am-3pm. $49.95 champagne brunch (comes with food), Sunday 10am-2pm. 2-hour limit.
We hate the name of this place as much as you do, but once you get past that, you realize this informal cafe in downtown Culver is actually pretty great. The food is solid, people are nice, and the sidewalk patio at least makes you want to meet in Culver City.
Deal: $16 mix-and-match bottomless champagne, mimosas, bellinis, and kir royal. Weekends 9am-2:30pm.
Post & Beam is a comfort food-focused spot where they serve staples like shrimp and grits and pecan pie... French toast. Plus, they have a vegetable and herb garden on the patio, which (we assume) is for when you like to entertain the notion of ordering a salad at brunch.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-3pm. 90-minute limit.
Maple Block is a good spot if you’ve got a big group who live all over the city. Culver isn’t too much of a hassle for anyone, and on weekends, Maple Block does brunchy versions of their fantastic barbecue, like brisket hash and pork belly Benedict.
Deal: $17 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entree. Weekends 10am-2pm. 2-hour limit.
The Overland Cafe is a fairly sleepy neighborhood cafe five days out of the week, but it comes alive on weekends with an excellent brunch in a comfortable setting, and very cheap mimosas.
Deal: $8.99 bottomless mimosas and champagne. 2-hour limit. Weekends 8am-3:30pm.
One of LA’s classic greasy spoon spots, this iconic diner on the Culver/Inglewood border has been around since the dawn of time, and is still serving a great breakfast in a completely untouched retro space.
Deal: $9.99 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entrée. Saturday 7am-3pm, Sunday 8am-4pm.
There’s no way around it - Rush Street is a bro bar. But sometimes that’s just how your Sunday crumbles. And the good news is Rush Street is large enough that no matter how many guys are packed in there to watch the Lakers lose, you’ll always have room to spread out.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas, sangria, and Bloody Marys. $5 to switch drinks. Weekends 10:30am-3:30pm.
A classic Old Hollywood hotel in the heart of Culver City. The downstairs lounge is one of our favorite date night spots in LA, but its weekend brunch is also great, and not nearly as stuffy as you might think.
Deal: $22 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-3pm.
A cool, low-key spot full of locals from the surrounding neighborhood. Great spot to watch the game as well.
Deal: $10 bottomless champagne. 90 minute limit. Weekends 10am-2:30pm.
The Wallace doesn’t have the buzz it probably had a few years ago, but the modern American spot in downtown is still serving up good food in a fun atmosphere. Hard to complain about that.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas or brunch punch. Weekends 11am-2pm.
Did you know that place you always get good gelato from after your dinner in Culver City is also a full-blown restaurant? Now you do. And while the food isn’t as good as their gelato, the laid-back cafe vibes are sometimes all you need on a hungover Sunday.
Deal: $17 bottomless mimosas, bellinis, and Bloody Marys. Weekends 11am-3pm.
One of the more underrated pizza spots in the city, Wildcraft also does a very good brunch. It’s slightly upscale (especially for Culver City), so leave your hot mess friend at home if need be.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-3pm.
A certified neighborhood hangout spot, The Mar Vista is your one-stop-shop for all things hot pot, oyster ice mountains, and boozy brunch.
Deal: $18 bottomless mix-and-match mimosas, sangria, Bloody Marys, and micheladas. Weekends 11am-4pm.
If there were ever an award for Most Essential Biergarten in LA, Rasselbock would probably win it - especially with a bottomless mimosa deal as good as this. But their giant back patio and epic tap list don’t hurt, either.
Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-2pm.
In addition to sharing a name with 75% of the boards on Pinterest, Rustic Kitchen is also serving comfort food like chicken pot pie, lobster mac and cheese, and, perhaps the most comforting of all, endless glasses champagne and orange juice.
Deal: $12 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-3pm.
With its colorful, art-filled patio and its giant Italian/American menu, this is a good low-key brunch spot when you need some fried eggs right now and don’t want a crowd.
Deal: $17 bottomless mimosas, everyday 8am-8pm.
Most famous for being that place you ate that sandwich at before your Windex commercial audition, Eat This has surprisingly good food in a no-frills cafe setting.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entrée. 2-hour limit during the week, 90-minutes during the weekends. Monday-Fridays 10am-8pm, Saturday 9am-8pm, Sunday 9am-4pm.
Jameson’s Irish Pub comes from the same restaurant group as Cabo Cantina, so it’s another what-you-see-is-what-you-get atmosphere. And you’re going to see a lot of sh*t-canned tourists going to town on some potato skins. But if you’re hungover on Hollywood Blvd., this is one of your best options.
Deal: $13.95 bottomless mimosas, and bellinis. Weekends 10am-3pm.
Madera Kitchen is the kind of restaurant where people have their weddings - there’s a magazine-worthy patio, lots of greenery, and enough space to fit a large crowd of people. Those things also make for a good brunch. The food at Madera is all classic American brunch plates, and it’s all decent. Also, the bottomless mimosas come in different flavor options, if you’re looking to switch things up a little.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas, 2-hour limit. Sunday 11am-3pm
We don’t normally associate the words “quiet patio” and “peaceful herb garden” with Hollywood, but perhaps Running Goose is here to change that narrative. Partially shielded from the street, this Central American restaurant is a good place to brunch with friends, enemies, and that guy you just met last night.
Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas, 2-hour limit. Weekends 10am-4pm.
How do more people not know about this place? A block off Sunset and Vine, this completely restored craftsman might not be serving the best brunch in town, but it’s still solid and the rustic atmosphere can’t be beat.
Deal: $19.95 bottomless mimosas, champagne, and sangria. Weekends 9:30am-3pm.
This Japanese restaurant specializes in robatayaki, or cooking over hot charcoal... and also “Sunday Funday” bottomless specials? Their weekend brunch options include small plates like tofu kara-age and edamame, as well as larger bites like panko-fried chicken and baby back ribs.
Deal: $20 bottomless mix-and-match cocktails and wines. Sundays, 12pm-close. Two-hour limit.
Not just a neighborhood bar in the Arts District, Here and Now also does brunch on the weekend. Complete with live music and dishes like vegan Benedict, and pancakes made with ricotta and blueberry, this is a great choice for when you’re Downtown and want something... immediately.
Deal: $20 bottomless mandarin mimosas, made with prosecco, oranges, and thyme. Weekends, 11am-4pm.
Industriel is a restaurant in DTLA serving something they call “urban farm cuisine,” which apparently translates into dishes like kale salad, egg white omelettes, buttermilk cornmeal pancakes, and… an art installation made with bottles of honey hung over a bathtub?
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas.
Bacari West Adams has all kinds of fruity champagne and wine drinks included in their brunch deal. They have some pretty good food, too, like challah French toast, egg pizza, and polenta with lamb ragu. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that everything on the brunch menu is under $10.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas, strawberry bellinis, sangria, and sparkling sangria. Weekends 10am-2:30pm. 90-minute limit.
Grand Cafe serves as the ground floor restaurant of the Omni Hotel, so needless to say the vibes run fairly corporate. However, if you’re in town for business, there’s no better place for a quick Saturday buzz.
Deal: $55 brunch buffet, bottomless mimosas included. Weekends 10am -3pm.
This place might’ve turned itself into a bit of chain as of late, but for what it’s worth, the food is still pretty good and the vibe somehow still feels local.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas, beermosas, micheladas, and Bloody Marys. Weekends starting at 9am-3pm.
Hock + Hoof has a lot going on, from a French/American/Asian-leaning menu to a space loaded with more string lights than a wedding in the forest, and while that doesn’t really do a lot for us for dinner, it’s pretty hard to mess up bottomless mimosas at brunch. Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas, weekends 10:30am-3pm
Border Grill is a massive Mexican restaurant with great views of the city. Their bottomless brunch drinks deal is equally great, but don’t sleep on their bottomless small plates offer - $30 per person for unlimited empanadas, tamales, and ceviches.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas, $20 bottomless mimosas, micheladas, and Bloody Marys. Weekends 11am-3pm.
There is undoubtedly a time and place for a just-rolled-out-of-bed brunch, but the Veranda is neither. Overlooking the pool at the Hotel Figueroa, it’s a place where you want to drink cocktails and IMDb every single person who walks past.
Deal: $11 bottomless mimosas, weekends 11am-3pm.
You’re not going to find a much better after-work drinks scene than what goes down at Pez Cantina, but its fantastic coastal Mexican menu and great patio make it a great choice any time of day.
Deal: Saturday 11:30am-2pm: $25 bottomless mimosas and beer, $35 bottomless mimosas, beer, and margaritas with the purchase of an entrée. 2-hour limit.
Sunday 11am-3pm: $55 for an all-you-can-eat-brunch including bottomless mimosas and beer, $65 bottomless mimosas, beer, and margaritas. 2-hour limit.
They sure don’t run from the aggressive New Orleans theme here, but we’re not complaining. Little Easy is a cool Downtown spot with the right amount of rowdiness, and a Cajun-inspired brunch menu we’ll continue to come back for.
Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entrée. Weekends 10am-3pm.
This is the place you stumble into after a sad Lakers game and have those three extra beers you didn’t need. The food is what you would expect from a massive sports bar, and the scene can get a bit rowdy. That said, you’re not going to walk away unhappy.
Deal: $18 bottomless mimosas. Weekdays 11am-2pm, weekends 9am-2pm.
Less a functional ranch, and more a wedding destination with private bungalows and giant pools, Calamigos Ranch is also home to Malibu Cafe. All of the food here is pretty standard for Malibu (hello, $28 breakfast sandwich), but the bottomless deal is great, and you’re eating on a lawn where people promise to honor and cherish each other for the rest of their lives, so it almost doesn’t matter.
Deal: $25 bottomless mimosas. Sunday 10am-3pm.
Conveniently located just a hop, skip, and a jump (very scientific units of measurement) from the beach, Taste is serving up all of the booze and brunch foods you need post-swim.
Deal: $17 bottomless mimosas and sparkling wine. 1.5-hour limit with the purchase of an entree.
As Ktown continues its evolution into the best eating and drinking neighborhood in the city, Escala quietly keeps chugging along. The longtime staple has a solid Colombian-Korean menu and a cool, relaxed atmosphere.
Deal: $19 mango chili and passionfruit mimosas. Weekends 11:30am-4pm.
Remember that speakeasy you tried to go to on your birthday, but couldn’t because you forgot to check what the password was on Facebook? That was R Bar. And the dark, Prohibition-style bar happens to open for brunch - which is far easier to get into.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-4pm.
Named after Mia Sara’s character in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, this American restaurant in The Valley has a charming back patio, an all-day Happy Hour, and an entire section of the menu dedicated to different types of fries (including one made with crab fat). Oh, and one of the most affordable bottomless deals in the city.
Deal: $9 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of a meal, or $15 without. $12 bottomless Peronis. Weekends only.
One of the best bars in the whole Valley, Idle Hour nails just about everything. Great space, cool atmosphere, and surprisingly good food. It’s been known to get a little rowdy, though.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas. Sunday 10:30am-3:30pm.
Between the Tom Hanks reference and formatting the entire menu to look like a script, nothing screams “Showbiz, baby!” quite like a meal at Castaway. This is the perfect place to take an out-of-town friend that wants to be impressed but doesn’t want to eat at Pump. Plus, the patio offers a gorgeous view of LA, and the brunch menu has everything from a $175 seafood tower to a cheese and charcuterie bar.
Deal: $22 mix-and-match bottomless mimosas. Flavors include: orange juice, lavender-activated charcoal lemonade, fresh cucumber and mint, and pineapple jalapeno. Weekends 11am-3pm.
NoHo has come on strong recently in the Valley nightlife scene, and Federal Bar is one of the better spots. Located in an old bank building, the atmosphere is fun and unpretentious, with an above-average bar menu.
Deal: $30 bottomless mimosa with the purchase of an entrée. Weekends 10am-3pm.
Located in the very historic and very strange Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City, River Rock is the main restaurant inside the 130-year-old hotel. Yes, you read that number right. The food is mediocre, but who cares? You’re pretty sure Lauren Bacall’s ghost just blew you a kiss.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-3pm.
Sagebrush Cantina is a restaurant and saloon that’s always a wild time, whether you’re there at 9am or 2am. They’re open for breakfast and dinner throughout the week, but what’s really significant here is their “world-famous” Sunday brunch. From the live jazz music, to the chocolate fountain, to the two shots of vodka that come with your bottomless champagne, you know you’re not at Sagebrush Cantina for a long time, but for a good time.
Deal: $31.95 brunch buffet + bottomless champagne. Sunday 10am-2:30pm.
A surprisingly upscale restaurant inside the boutique Garland Hotel. Their outdoor patio is the ideal brunch setting when you’re too hungover to deal with noise.
Deal: $19 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-2:30pm.
With its wrap-around screens and extensive craft beer list, On The Thirty is definitely a sports bar, but one that turns into a red-velvet-Oreo-waffle-and-bottomless-drinks haven during the day. That helps take the edge off the fact that your team blows… again.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas and sangria, 2-hour limit. Weekends, served until 3pm.
Hungry Crowd is a Korean/American brunch spot that’s tailor-made for - you guessed it - groups of ravenous people. Besides their bottomless deal, their menu is filled with fusion dishes like kimchi biscuits, galbi burgers, and eggs Benedict with bulgogi.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas, Friday and Saturday 10am-2:30pm, Sunday 10am-4pm.
The kind of familiar gastropub you expect to find along Ventura Blvd. Nice waitstaff, reasonable prices, and lots of parents having a really good time.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 10am-2pm.
An old Irish sports bar in the heart of Toluca Lake. The pub food is actually pretty good, and rarely does it get so rowdy that you want to die.
Deal: $17.50 bottomless mimosas with the purchase of an entrée. Weekends 11am-2pm.
El Segundo/Redondo Beach
This excellent Rendondo Beach spot serves a Spanish brunch on weekends with things like pan con tomate and homemade Merguez sausage, which you’ll eat next to laidback beach locals.
Deal: $19 bottomless rosé and mimosas with a choice of orange or grapefruit juice. Weekends 10am-3pm.
Sausal is a modern Mexican spot that does solid food in El Segundo, with plenty of healthy-ish options if you’d prefer to drink most of your calories. Or you can do the right thing and get the breakfast burrito.
Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 11am-3pm.
Long Beach / Manhattan beach
This fantastic Southern Italian spot in Long Beach gives you the option of bottomless rosé or mimosas. Food-wise, there are a couple breakfast pastas, including some rigatoni involving bacon and egg that you should absolutely get involved with.
Deal: $15 bottomless rosé or sparkling wine. Weekends 10:30am-4pm.
With its friendly staff, casual atmosphere, and menu that’ll remind you of that one semester you studied abroad in Ireland, K.C. Branaghan’s is the kind of neighborhood joint that’s perfect to stumble into at any time of the day. Plus, they serve bottomless mimosas daily - which pair surprisingly well with shepherd’s pie.
Deal: $13.95 bottomless mimosas. Weekdays 8am-3pm, weekends 9am-3pm.
Named after the only two things that really matter in this world (sorry, Samin Nosrat), Love & Salt is right next to the Manhattan Beach Pier, and serves elevated brunch faves like wood-smoked brisket hash, souffléd omelettes, and duck egg pizza.
Deal: $22 mix-and-match bottomless mimosas, Italian greyhounds. Bloody Marys, and sangria with the purchase of $15. 2-hour time limit. Weekends, 10am-3pm.
The Rockefeller understands that there are only two intrinsically good things in this world - a nice beach and flowing alcohol. And with their Manhattan Beach location and bottomless brunch weekends, they get those two things very very right.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas in guava, peach, watermelon, and orange. Fridays starting at 11am, and 9:30am on weekends.
Don’t be fooled by the name - this all-day restaurant in Long Beach serves American fare like avocado toast and a breakfast sandwich on brioche. They have a decent lunch and dinner menu, but you’re here for the weekend brunch - otherwise, why would you be reading this?
Deal: $30 bottomless mimosas + an entree. Weekends 7am-2pm, 2-hour limit.
While many restaurants advocate sharing plates, not all of them enforce that rule as a political ethos. At The Social List (get it?!?) in Long Beach, they insist that all food on the table is communal (like their breakfast burger with applewood-smoked bacon or peanut butter French toast waffles) but strangely don’t apply the same collective ownership logic to their bottomless mimosa deal. Interesting.
Deal: $16 bottomless mimosas. Weekends 9am-3pm.
Rock’N Fish is a seafood and steak restaurant that’s also a good spot for a casual pre-beach meal. They’re known for their Navy Grog cocktail (a mix of gold rum, Hawaiian rum, and tropical fruit juices), but if you make it for brunch, they also have a range of seasonal mimosas - in flavors like kiwi, blood orange, and prickly pear - that can be made bottomless for $20.
Deal: $20 bottomless seasonal mimosas, or bottomless sangria (red or white fresh fruit) with the purchase of an entree. Weekends 10am-2pm. 1-hour limit.
Despite its disorderly name, Cafe Wild is actually a pretty calm beachside restaurant. The menu is what you need from a breakfast spot (a.k.a. lots of egg scrambles and avocado on toasts), and the space is both very kid and dog friendly.
Deal: $15 bottomless mimosas, 1-hour limit. Weekends 10am-2pm.
Meat District Co. is a steakhouse in Pasadena that’s a good place for when you want an extremely serious Sunday morning meal - they have steak and eggs, filet Benedict, and a couple of different burgers on their brunch menu.
Deal: $26 bottomless mimosas. Sunday 11am-3pm.
Located in the land of upscale haberdasheries and parking meters that don’t even take debit cards is Edwin Mills, an all-day cafe in Old Town Pasadena. Their brunch menu includes to-be-expected dishes with unexpected names, like “Confused Burrito,” “WTF is Shakshuka,” and the simply stated “That’s A Lot of Protein” (it’s a New York strip steak).
Deal: $15 mimosas with the purchase of an entree, $18 mix-and-match specialty mimosa flavors (ex. Lychee, strawberry coconut, mango, etc.) 2-hour limit. Weekends 11am-4pm.
You don’t normally hear the words “Shrimp har gow” and “Bananas Foster French toast” in the same sentence, let alone on the same menu, but at The Terrace, you can have the best of both worlds. Located in The Langham hotel in Pasadena, they serve a dim sum brunch on Sundays from 11am-4pm, with a mix of traditional dim sum dishes and Western brunch food.
Deal: $58 dim sum brunch buffet + bottomless mimosas. Sunday, 10am-2pm.
Although Commerson isn’t the most exciting looking restaurant in the world - their rows of wooden tables kind of remind us of a collegiate dining hall - this spot in Mid-Wilshire actually has some pretty good seafood and bottomless options that go beyond OJ+champagne.
Deal: $20 bottomless mimosas and bellinis, $25 bottomless Bloody Marys, $30 bottomless rosé. 10am-2pm. For mimosas and bellinis, you must order one food item per person. Two-hour seating limit (only for tables with bottomless bellinis, Bloody Marys, or rosé).
Part wine bar, part American restaurant, and part jazz performance space, Pip’s is the kind of place Ryan Gosling’s character in La La Land would have been a regular at. And while there’s live music almost every night of the week, their Sunday Champagne Jazz Brunch comes with a full buffet and bottomless glasses of champagne and sangria.
Deal: $43 Sunday brunch buffet, comes with bottomless champagne and sangria. Includes tax and gratuity.