7 Seattle Restaurants With Bottomless Mimosas You Have To Try With Your Friends
Who doesn't want some sunshine in a cup?🥂
Do you find yourself rolling out of the bed over the weekend only because you heard your tummy rumble? Same. Lucky for us, Emerald City brings the best to the brunch game. But do they also come with sparkling OJs that make you tipsy? That's why we've scoped out the top spots to get bottomless mimosas in Seattle.
Whether it's classic eggs benedicts and spicy global street food or tacos and larger-than-life seafood buffets, thishas one thing in common: They all come with endless bubbles and orange juice. And who are we to say no to some extra vitamin C?
Let's see about that list now, shall we?
Address: 3714 S. Hudson St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: It's called "Mimosas Forever" for a good reason. They are endless and can be savored with a side of coconut cream pies, Hawaiian toasts or guava malasadas. We know you can't contain your excitement. But as the menu says, "Be cool though."
Price: $15 (three-hour limit or 4 p.m., whichever comes first)
Address: 2325 S.W. California Ave., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Whether you're getting the panqueques slathered withchocolate or horchatas, or their Buenos Nachos topped with dreamy fried eggs, they have 16 flavors of mimosas — everything from mango and strawberry to hibiscus and prickly pear, that you wouldn't want to miss out on.
Ballard Annex Oyster House
Address: 5410 N.W. Ballard Ave., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: You can shuck on all the oysters you need and drink all the bottomless bubbles you want. Reminds you of the two best words that start with an S:and Saturdays.
The Hart And The Hunter
Address: 111 Pine St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Coconut almond French toast (with whipped mascarpone, let us tell you), salmon boards, and buttery biscuits coupled with the most joyous champagne concoction.
Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails
Address: 1415 5th Ave., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: You know how you sometimes crave for no-fuss food?, benedicts, cheesy eggs and Belgian waffles? You can get all that here with a side of never-ending OJ + champagne. Who's complaining?
Address: REO Flats — 1519 14th Ave., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Go for interesting food like Chengdu wing "towers," spicy Malay curries, and shakshuka, stay for the Brut-powered bottomless refills. You have a two-hour limit, and you've to purchase a brunch entree to avail of this though.
Price: $55 (including brunch buffet)
Address: Four Seasons Hotel Seattle — 99 Union St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Ever wanted to celebrate a fancy brunch? This could be your spot. They've got everything from lemon ricotta pancakes to Dungeness crab cakes and an assortment of desserts you can tuck into, plus infinite sunshine in a cup!
Either way, it's time to get the girls (and boys) together for those weekend brunch reservations.