There are so many amazing restaurants around Detroit that serve brunch, but the real question on our minds isn't about the food, but the drinks. Where can I get the most bang for my buck with morning cocktails?

This place has the answer. You can get a 100 ounce mimosa for $45. It comes in a massive tower with a spout so the whole table can easily share it. 

Pops For Italian is a family owned business in Ferndale that's casual, but can still feel like you're going out for a special event. When weather permits, they have a gorgeous patio that's perfect for enjoying the sunshine while sipping on some champagne and orange juice. 

The cocktail is available for brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The restaurant requires that at the very least, three people share the giant cocktail and with good reason. There are three whole bottles of champagne in this thing so you could have one of those all to yourself.

According to Michigan law, no bar or restaurant with a liquor license is allowed to advertise drinks as being unlimited unless it is at a private event that is held outside and is invite-only. 

Even though this is not technically unlimited, Pops For Italian is working through a little bit of a loophole. You can be sure that you're getting plenty of booze. 

As you probably figured out from the name, this is an Italian restaurant with a homestyle, millennial twist. 

The brunch menu has some classic breakfast options like omelettes and French toast, but you can also order some of the pizza that they're well known for or their homemade pasta.

The head chef, Ryan Lopez, used to be the private chef for NBA star Kevin Durant. He recently moved back to his Michigan hometown and is now leading the Pops For Italian kitchen.

If you're looking for other fun places to get drinks in Detroit check out this speakeasy that feels like a Prohibition Era bar or this bar in the Renaissance Center that's the tallest bar in the state. 

Pops For Italian

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Family Style Italian

Address: 280 W. 9 Mile Rd., Ferndale, MI

Why You Need To Go: If you're looking for a brunch spot where you and your friends can sit around and enjoy yourselves with nearly endless booze, then you should add this place to your list.