This Adorable Cafe In Ottawa Has Bottomless Mimosas And We're So Thankful - Narcity

This Adorable Cafe In Ottawa Has Bottomless Mimosas And We're So Thankful

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If you're looking for a sign to go to brunch this weekend, this is it. 

I feel like bottomless mimosas are a thing everywhere in the United States, but in Ottawa it's super rare to find–if there is any at all. However, I dug deep to find some as I was in the mood (who isn't?) for endless mimosas. And guess what? I found some, but even better, it's at the most adorable high tea spot. Just wait until you see this place. 

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Not only is The Vanitea Room adorable AF, but they also have bottomless mimosas during their weekend brunch hours! For $15 added onto your bill, you can enjoy bottomless mimosas while you eat their delicious dishes from 11 am to 2 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. 

Their brunch menu ranges from mushroom toast to vegan eggs Benedict, to chocolate chip pancakes. However, if you're not a fan of mimosas or drinking at all, don't worry! They have brunch all day from 9 am to 5 pm every day of the week, or they delicious desserts that you can indulge in whenever you visit. 

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The Vanitea Room also has to sell tea, because obviously. And they have more then just tea, they have high tea! They serve breakfast tea, afternoon tea, children's tea as well as vegan/gluten free tea. This is the perfect spot for a celebration like a birthday, or you can just go and treat yourself. 

If you came for the mimosas, but don't want bottomless, they also have other options of mimosas that will blow your mind. They have a strawberry cheesecake mimosa, cotton candy mimosas, lavender mimosas, and more!

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The Vanitea Room is a must try, and you need to put it on your bucket list. It's located at  551 Somerset St W and is open from 9 am to 5 pm everyday of the week, besides Monday and Tuesday when they're closed. For more information, check out their website here

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