Sunny Spot certainly doesn’t have the best brunch in Venice, but we certainly don’t care. Somehow this place rides the line between tranquility and mimosa mayhem, which means it’s the perfect place to meet a few friends for a quick brunch, then end up sitting around drinking until you have to Uber home and pick your car up tomorrow. Why? For $18, you get bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, and rum punch. You’re definitely missing work on Monday.
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