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A Nearly Exhaustive Guide to Bottomless Mimosas in LA

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2008_10_hasmapsla.jpgGood Lord, Los Angeles loves to brunch. The weekend act of stuffing one's face with all manner of eggs benedict is so ingrained in the city's culture, that even mapping just the boozy versions has proven to be entirely too monumental a task. Here then are 40 of the city's ongoing bottomless mimosa deals, a list that, despite its length, is in no way exhaustive. Like the never-ending champagne that flows from each one of these restaurants, there just doesn't seem to be a bottom to LA's willingness to drink while brunching. What places got left off? Share it in the comments. —Farley Elliott

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LittleFork

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Grab any entree from the Canadian-leaning menu — breakfast poutine, anyone? — and the unlimited mimosas are only $12.

Sunny Spot

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This island-inspired brunch spot from Roy Choi goes unlimited for only $15, with the purchase of any entree. Pours continue until 4 p.m.

A-Frame

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$14 endless pancakes on the weekends, $13 endless mimosas. Well, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., that is.

Mr. C Beverly Hills

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Not for the wallet-minded, The Restaurant at Mr. C offers a $65 all you can eat brunch option, with $25 bottomless mimosa add-on.

Tortilla Republic

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Drink up! There’s a two hour limit to the $17 bottomless mimosas at Tortilla Republic in West Hollywood.

The Hudson

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Buy any brunch entree at this West Hollywood staple, and the bottomless mimosas will flow like wine for $15.

The Overland Cafe

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Culver City’s Overland Cafe has been a home for endless weekend champagne for years. Buy an entree and the bubbly only costs $7, though OJ is extra.

Cabo Cantina

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Bottomless drinks are an all-weekend affair at this kitschy Mexican chain. $10 nets unlimited mimosas Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 3 p.m.

Casablanca Restaurant

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$14 gets you in the door at this Venice mainstay, and includes unlimited mimosas and their rotating brunch plates, many of which are seafood-leaning.

Cafe Del Rey

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With already unbeatable views, Cafe del Rey might just be the loveliest bottomless mimosa stop in town. A $38 prix fixe meal that includes the unlimited drinks helps, of course.

Willie Jane

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Venice has a mimosa problem, at Wilie Jane is happy to try to solve it with their Southern-inspired brunch and $15 endless booze.

Post & Beam

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Fresh-squeezed orange juice helps these $15 bottomless mimosas immensely, though the bacon and fried egg pizzas do some heavy lifting as well.

Brick + Mortar

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You gotta buy an entree and it only lasts two hours, but hey, for $15 there’s not much to complain about.

Open Air Kitchen + Bar

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Formerly Fatty’s Public House, this La Cienega spot does $15 unlimited mimosas in two hour chunks (with purchase of an entree) every Saturday and Sunday, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

A steal at $11, the bottomless mimosas can also be paired with a breakfast sandwich for a weekend-only $15 deal.

Stafford + Mathis Kitchen

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Tucked into the Luxe City Center Hotel, this $15 bottomless mimosa deal comes with a fantastic patio, private cabanas and a fire pit.

Onyx Lounge

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Eggs are plentiful at this downtown LA spot, but the biggest draw is the $15 endless mimosas.

Luna Park

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Better get to Luna Park early, because the $15 bottomless only run until 3 p.m. They also require an entree purchase and only last for two hours.

Lot 1 Cafe

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Not bad for Echo Park: $10 endless mimosas from noon to 5 p.m., with purchase of any meal.

Barbrix

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Holy smokes. Already a Silver Lake favorite, Barbrix’s $5 bottomless mimosas are hard to beat. Hours run 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Kitchen24

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Don’t let the 24/7 moniker fool you — the bottomless mimosas are only available weekends until 3 p.m.

Border Grill

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Unlimited food for $30 and bottomless mimosas for another $10 make for a pretty gluttonous weekend.

Primitivo Wine Bistro

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Yet another Venice brunch outlet, offering $15 bottomless mimosas between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Taste at the Palisades

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Leafy Pacific Palisades benefits from this $15 all you can drink mimosa deal, though an entree purchase is required.

Off Vine

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There’s no end to the mimosas at this longtime Hollywood brunch spot, offered at $17 per person.

Chic Wine Bar

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Pico Blvd.’s Chic Wine Bar does $15 bottomless mimosas alongside dishes like Tahitian vanilla French toast.

The Churchill

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One of the city’s most popular casual spots keeps things loose with weekend brunch and $15 bottomless mimosas.

Rush Street

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Chicago-by-way-of-Culver-City bro spot Rush Street does $20 unlimited mimosas every weekend until 3:30 p.m.

Soleil Westwood

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Westwood’s Soliel will happily let you mimosa for two hours straight for $15, with the purchase of one of their French-inflected entrees.

The Glendon Bar & Kitchen

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Westwood’s The Glendon regularly does bottomless mimosas, and even knocks a few bucks off during special event weekends like UCLA graduation.

The Six Restaurant

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Bottomless mimosas are $20 at this Calabasas outpost, and only run for 90 minutes.

Ocean & Vine at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel

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Inside the Loews Hotel, guests can nosh on a $49 unlimited brunch that features ribs, pizza and unlimited draft beer, plus endless mimosas.

Chef Richard Sandoval’s Westside Latin spot does unlimited small plates and mimosas between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for $39 per person.

Sonoma Wine Garden

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Buy any entree from the garden brunch menu and bottomless mimosas are $25 for two hours.

Equator Cafe

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Pasadena Asian dim sum fusion with a $10 bottomless mimosa add-on? Apparently.

Pop Champagne & Dessert Bar

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The twice-monthly brunch buffet runs $39 a person with the inclusion of bottomless mimosas.

Wilshire Restaurant

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The bottomless mimosa at Wilshire is built into the $35 brunch buffet, though really you’re paying for the patio seating.

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The Federal Bar

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Available Sundays only, the bottomless drinks are only $12 up in North Hollywood.

La Frite Cafe

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For the $25 entree fee, guests get a prix fixe menu that includes bottomless mimosas.

Pann's Restaurant & Coffee Shop

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This iconic diner spot does Saturday and Sunday brunch with a $6 unlimited mimosa add-on.