7 Restaurants Serving Bottomless Mimosas in Newport Beach
Brunch—the magical realm where breakfast and lunch unite in heavenly harmony. Whether you prefer a syrup-soaked stack of pancakes, a plate of fully loaded chilaquiles, or a decadent lobster roll, no brunch is complete without a round of bottomless mimosas. So raise a glass because we’ve rounded up seven brunch spots in Newport Beach that marry delectable bites with endless champagne and OJ. Here’s where to sip the morning (or afternoon) away!
Kick off your weekend brunch outing at Woody’s Wharf, where nautical charm meets mouthwatering fare. Indulge in decadent classics like the lump crab Benedict, avocado toast or breakfast burrito while sipping on bottomless bubbles as you enjoy views of the bay. Woody’s Saturday/Sunday Champagne Brunch includes bottomless champagne, homemade muffins and fresh fruit, but on weekdays, you can add bottomless bubbly for $11. Don’t be surprised if you’re tempted to embark on a post-brunch boat adventure—the mimosas might just give you sea legs!
Gracias Madre is a plant-based paradise. This vegan haven redefines brunch with inventive dishes, like their huevos rancheros, chilaquiles and French toast with fresh berries and figs, agave, cinnamon and coconut whipped cream. And with bottomless mimosas for $25 a head, your flute will never be empty. Just note that bottomless imbibers are required to order food (a good idea anyway), and there is a two-hour time limit per table.
A seafood haven in the historic Cannery Village, The Cannery is the ideal place to elevate your brunch game. With an emphasis on sustainable seafood and farm-fresh ingredients, their brunch offerings will cure all of your cravings, whether you have a hankering for something savory like a lobster roll or something sweet like brioche French toast. Sip on bottomless mimosas ($20 per person) and watch the boats cruise by. There’s no better place to get your weekend buzz on.
For coastal vibes and endless mimosas, Shorebird is a go-to destination for locals and visitors. This laid-back locale invites guests to unwind while savoring inventive creations like chicken and waffles, salmon carpaccio, lemon ricotta soufflé hotcakes and more. The sun, the salty breeze, the sips—it’s the recipe for an idyllic weekend morning.
A lively brunch destination by day and a nightlife hotspot by night, Stag Bar + Kitchen is always bustling with locals and visitors. This beachfront restaurant and bar seamlessly blends a sense of nostalgia with contemporary pub fare. Bottomless mimosas flow generously here on weekends—especially during NFL Sunday football. Come early, as it can get crowded, and get ready for a fairly rowdy scene!
When you’ve been around since 1957, you get to make your own rules. This PCH mainstay pours up bottomless mimosas in Newport Beach every day of the week for $23 a person! Skip the diet for a day and pair your mimosa with something hearty, like their chili cheese omelet, seafood Benny or scratch-made corned beef hash and eggs. There are also plenty of options for the sweet tooth in your group, including their cinnamon swirl French toast and homemade waffle dusted with powdered sugar.
This famously fun southwestern neighborhood staple has been around since 1986, and for good reason. The Alley serves up bottomless mimosas during their weekend brunch sessions, along with several unfussy items like breakfast burritos and benedicts. Historic with a neighborhood feel, this classic and long-standing outpost on Pacific Coast Highway is a must for brunch enthusiasts.
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