If Denver, Colorado is known for one meal, it is brunch. Denverites brunch real hard. But in order to truly experience a Denver brunch, bottomless mimosas are a necessity. So whether you are a Colorado native or you are just visiting, here is a list of every place in Denver that offers a bottomless brunch.
Asbury Provisions is a gastropub that is not only a great spot for craft beers and hand-crafted cocktails but is the perfect place for a nice brunch complemented by bottomless mimosas from 11 am to 2 pm.
Barricuda’s is a bar and restaurant packed with fun deals and events. Whether you are stopping by for their 80s-themed karaoke night or to play free pool, make sure you order a meal to get the $10 bottomless mimosas.
The Berkshire delivers delicious meals that are centered around two things — pork and bacon. Yum. Straight up, their cuisine is American-heavy-on-the-pig. As long as you are not keeping kosher, you must check out the Berkshire brunch. Not only will you be given more bacon than you could ever imagine, but you can also indulge in their $10.50 bottomless mimosas.
This trendy Mexican restaurant is named La Biblioteca after the New York City concept “The Library of Tequila.” If that does not sound appealing to you, then maybe this will — a $39 bottomless brunch. That includes endless small plates and free-flowing brunch cocktails. That means you can have mimosas, Bloody Marys, sangria, margaritas, and more for the same set price.
Black Pearl is the perfect start to a day on one of Denver’s most chic neighborhoods — Pearl St. With a purchase of a meal, you can enjoy $10 bottomless mimosas. Then after one or five hours of drinking those mimosas, you can stroll down the block to shop at some of Denver’s best boutiques.
Breakfast on Broadway is a classic and cozy breakfast joint with delectable pancakes and weekly live music. They also happen to have bottomless mimosas every day of the week for the reasonable price of $8.50.
On Sundays from 7 am to 3 pm, The Corner Office offers a “Disco Brunch.” This outstanding meal features some groovy menu items like the Soul Train Benny and the Far-Out Corn Crepe, and $10 “Boogie Oogie Woogie Bottomless Mimosas.” You may want to bring your dancing shoes for this feast.
DazzleJazz Lounge allows you to enjoy delicious food and drinks to the smooth sounds of jazz. Your meal is billed as an “urban brunch,” supplying you with a buffet for $22 and never-ending mimosas and Bloody Marys for an extra $11.
It may seem as if owning a motorcycle is a requirement for this barbecue joint, but that is most definitely incorrect. Gary Lee’s Motor Club and Grub started out as a carriage repair shop (as in, horse and carriage), which then became an auto repair shop, which was finally renovated to the neighborhood eatery and watering hole that it is today. The spot has a subtle car theme, filled with various art made from auto parts. This rich history and overall vibe will make you feel like a badass as you sip on their $9 bottomless mimosas.
The spot has a subtle car theme, filled with various art made from auto parts. This rich history and overall vibe will make you feel like a badass as you sip on their $9 bottomless mimosas.
Highland Tavern, featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, is a fun bar/pub that will feed you more fried deliciousness that your belly can take. On the weekends, you can complement your pork rinds and tavern tots with their $12 bottomless mimosas.
Hit up the best Irish pub in Denver for some rich biscuits and gravy, corned beef hash, and $9 bottomless mimosas.
Right on the University of Denver’s campus, Jelly U Cafe will supply you with some of the best damn little donuts you have ever tasted… and of course, some house-made bottomless mimosas. You can only get the bottomless deals on weekdays, though, so we advise you to stop by for a lunch break on a hard day of class/work.
Jezebel’s is a southern bistro and bar that is sure to give you food and drinks that will fuel your soul. Order some Chicken & Waffles and their $10 bottomless mimosas for your soul to be completely fueled up and warm to the core.
Although this Italian restaurant is known for its delicious thin crust pizzas and selection of over 60 wines by the glass, their brunch is also a must. Good Italian food is often hard to find in Denver, so we highly recommend you visit this spot, order a Breakfast Stromboli or a Frittata di Giardino, and, of course, have the $12 bottomless mimosas.
Linger is located in one of the most poppin’ areas of Denver. They are known to have one of the best and unique brunches in the city, with a menu that gives customers street food from around the world. On top of that, you can order classic bottomless mimosas for $13 or blood orange bottomless mimosas for $15.
The Lobby was voted Best Bottomless Mimosa Deal in 2015 by Westword Magazine for a reason. You can get their regular bottomless for $10 and Kombucha bottomless mimosas for $16. What makes this experience special? You can pour yourself the mimosas with some kind of test tube looking thingamajig. If you can’t make it to The Lobby, no worries. You can make your own kombucha cocktails at home.
A family-run, cozy, and adorable cafe, Maddie’s Restaurant is for the indecisive. For only $12, you can choose from bottomless pineapple, cranberry, or orange mimosas, passionfruit or peach bellinis, or Bloody Marys. If you get tired of the bottomless drink that you choose, you can switch it up for another drink.
Max specializes in having the freshest and most delicious seafood in the city of Denver. It is the perfect place to go if you are feeling some Northeast vibes and if you desire a surf n’ turf or some raw oysters. All that, and they have an $8.50 bottomless mimosa brunch deal. Nothing fishy about that… get it?
Old Major defines food as contemporary farmhouse cuisine, or, deformalized fine dining. We are pretty sure that a bottomless mimosa deal is the poster child for those exact terms. Order some $15 bottomless mimosas along with your freshly butchered, farm fresh breakfast burger, and you are set for success.
P17 brings you a western brunch with an Asian twist. Another twist: not only do they have $10 bottomless mimosas, but they also have $12 bottomless sangria and you only have to pay $12 for access to their bottomless vodka bar.
Panzano hosts a classic Italian feel with a little bit of modern flare. Their motto is “Those who eat well, live well.” Well, we can assure you that you will eat and live extraordinarily with their $9 bottomless bellini deal. Choose from a wide range of flavors like peach, pear, cranberry, and grapefruit.
Pizza and mimosas? I think yes. Racca’s Neapolitan pizzas are made with imported Italian ingredients and love. On top of that, you can get their $10 bottomless mimosas.
Although Redfords may not be known for their food, as a college bar, they know how to provide their customers with some boozy fun. On weekends, you can purchase their bottomless mimosas for $10.50.
On a long day of shopping at the 16th Street Mall, take a break and hit up Rialto Cafe. You can get everything you want and more at Rialto, from Stacked Huevos to The Hangover Burger. And then, of course, there is a $13 bottomless mimosa brunch deal.
Root Down’s goal is to connect the neighborhood to a dining experience in the same way ingredients are connected to food. We can assure you that nothing will make you feel more connected to the food and the neighborhood than their bottomless mimosas. Their “classic” bottomless mimosas go for $14 and the blood orange mimosas for $16. There is even a Root Down at the Denver airport, so make sure to check that one out for one heck of an interesting flight.
Second Home is a chic and well-loved restaurant located in Cherry Creek. On Sundays, make sure to visit Second Home for their “Pajama Brunch.” There, you can have some of the best brunch dishes you have ever tasted and $14 bottomless mimosas and a DIY Bloody Mary bar.
Not only does TAG Burger Bar, with locations in the Highlands and Congress Park, serve gourmet burgers (a burger with sliced prime rib, pepper jack, fried avocado, grilled onion, fried egg, applewood-smoked bacon, mushrooms, served with a side of porcini parmesan-dusted fries, anyone?) and an extensive beer list, but the Burger Bar also offers $12 bottomless mimosas during brunch hours. Seriously, there is no better combination than burgers and bottomless.
Okay, so maybe Tamayo is not the place to get bottomless mimosas, but guess what you can get? Bottomless margaritas. Yep, this modern Mexican kitchen and taqueria offers a bottomless margarita brunch for $39. This includes unlimited small plates and free-flowing brunch cocktails. This spot is right in the center of downtown in Larimer Square, so brunch there would be perfect for any sort of celebration or treat-yo-self day.
Tavern Uptown is a great sports bar stocked with televisions, a fireplace, and a large patio. When you are watching that big Sunday football game, you can sip on some bottomless mimosas for $10.50.
This unique restaurant hosts a menu of Latin-Asian fusion style dishes. On Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 2:30 pm, you can hit up Zengo for a completely bottomless brunch. This means unlimited small plates and unlimited brunch cocktails. You can get all this for only $39.