Caesars and mimosas. The brunch drink that everyone loves and will look for on any breakfast menu. However, everywhere seems to sell caesars where as mimosas are more of a rare find here in Ottawa. That's sad, because there is nothing better than orange juice and champagne mixed together.\nREAD MORE: 16 Of The Most Mouthwatering Caesars You Must Try In Ottawa\nWhether you're one to order a mimosa at 8 am or 2 pm with your first meal of the day (we've all been that hungover), it's an essential to make your brunch classy AF. So if you're not much of a caesar person or you're just a brunch snob like all of us want to be, these are the best places in ottawa to get a yummy mimosa.\nvia @ng._\n1. Flapjack's Canadian Diner // 354a Preston St.\nNot only does Flapjack's Canadian Diner have the most indulgent breakfast in Ottawa, but they also have $2.95 mimosas every single day. No, I'm not kidding.\nvia @laras_land\n2. Benny's Bistro // 119 Murray St.\nBenny's Bistro is definitely an upscale brunch spot in Ottawa, and they make no exceptions for their amazing mimosas. At $8 a glass they are a little more pricey, however it's a must to go with your delicious unique brunch.\nvia @massiemasmas\n3. Wilf & Ada's // 510 Bank St.\nWilf & Ada's is a scratch diner in Ottawa that uses fresh and local products whenever they can. To go with your delicious and fresh brunch, you'll definitely need to sip on a fresh $8 mimosa as well.\nvia @gilianthomas\n4. Gezellig // 337 Richmond Rd.\nBrunch at Gezellig is served on Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm, and since it's only one day a week, you must treat yourself to one of their mimosas. You can get two small plates per person for $20, and the plates aren't even that small so it's an amazing deal. With a mimosa on the side, you'll have the best Sunday ever.\nvia @standardluxurytavern\n5. The Standard Luxury Tavern // 360 Elgin St.\nAt the Standard Luxury Tavern, mimosas are $5 until 3 pm. So, what are you waiting for? I don't have to say much more, but you also get to choose from orange, passion fruit, mango or lychee juices. Yes please!\nvia @emilyemond\n6. The Lieutenant's Pump // 361 Elgin St.\nAt Lieutenant's Pump, you can make your mimosa your own! For $8, you can choose between orange, strawberry-orange-banana, and orange-peach-mango. Yum!\nvia @realmozhang\n7. Luxe Bistro // 7 York St.\nAs an upscale restaurant, Luxe Bistro obviously goes all out for their mimosas. For $12, you can get a regular mimosa or you can step it up with a pom-mimosa, which adds pomegranate liqueur to it. How delicious does that sound?\nvia @chelseavez\n8. Backdrop Food & Drink // 160 Metcalfe St.\nAt Backdrop Food & Drink, their mimosa goes along so well with their bruncher burger. You may not think that a burger and a mimosa would go well together, but think again. The burger has a sunny side up egg on it as well as hash browns on the side, so it's technically a breakfast food, right?\nvia @urszulakozak\n9. Metropolitan Brasserie // 700 Sussex Dr.\nBrunch at Metropolitan Brasserie is served Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 4 pm, and they have a huge selection of brunch options for you to choose from. Their mimosas are only $6, and will go well with any dish you choose to eat!\nvia @311lg\n10. Pour Boy // 495 Somerset St W.\nPour Boy is a great restaurant for those who are gluten-free, and who also love their mimosas. Brunch is served from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, the mimosas are $6 and they also serve vodka Redbull at brunch time if you're a little tired from the night before.\nvia @victoriategano\n11. Fraser Cafe // 7 Springfield Rd\nAt Fraser Cafe, they strive on giving their customers seasonally available products that taste amazing. Their mimosas come with fresh orange juice, and you can expect that your food will come fresh as well!