12 Brunches with Bottomless Mimosas in San Francisco

|September 13, 2019

Brunch is practically an art form in San Francisco. Complete with Cajun inspirations, Asian fusion and plenty of Millionaire’s Bacon, our favorite brunch spots don’t mess around when it comes to local sourcing, home cooking and craft cocktail accompaniments. But they don’t all serve bottomless drinks! 

To help you track down those bottomless bevvies, we rounded up some of our favorite San Francisco brunches with bottomless mimosas on the menu. There’s even one bottomless brunch where both the food and the drinks just keep coming! 

Alba Ray’s  

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Alba Ray’s brings Bourbon Street flavor, cocktails and atmosphere right here to San Francisco. Complete with iconic hanging ferns, purple velvet banquettes, fleurs-de-lys decor, gaudy chandeliers and a hand-painted mosaic floor mural, their restaurant combines Cajun soul with California love, and their Mardi Gras Bottomless Brunch is the best way to experience it. For $42, you’ll have 90 minutes to eat and drink unlimited food and drink, including the Hurricane Mimosa made with passion fruit, bubbly and grenadine. 

Barrel Head Brewhouse

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This modern brewpub offers more than 40 beers on tap, cocktails and American fare in an industrial-chic space. Whether you’re on the hunt for craft cocktails, craft beer, craft food or craft brunch, there’s something for you at Barrel Head. And that brunch can come with bottomless mimosas, too, as long as you order an entree! To see menu, click here


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Blackwood combines staple Thai food with unexpected, delectable creations. You can try this unique taste at dinner, lunch and breakfast every day! And because breakfast and brunch are offered daily, you can also get bottomless mimosas any day of the week. Pair yours with a Dungeness Omelet and a Millionaire’s Bacon Flight and you’ll have a new favorite breakfast in the city. 

Colibrí Mexican Bistro 

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Colibri bottomless mimosas in San Francisco

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Originally hailing from Cuernavaca, Mexico, owners Eduardo and Sylvia Rallo created Colibrí to find and share the authentic Central Mexican dishes they had grown up with. Now, their innovative menu showcases traditions from ancient Aztec and Mayan foods while blending Spanish and French influences. Their brunch menu includes bottomless mimosas made with fresh-squeezed orange juice. 


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Located in one of the city’s bustling neighborhoods and offering an open, communal setting, District is a great choice for small, shareable plates, pizza and house-made charcuterie. They also boast one of the city’s most extensive and diverse wine and whiskey programs! On the brunch menu, this craft comes through in buffet dishes like house-made spicy chicken sausage, buttermilk pancakes with banana-rum syrup, and fried sweet plantains with house salsa—and it’s all bottomless, including the mimosas! 

Dunyā Mediterranean Bistro & Wine Bar

Polk Gulch 

Inspired by fresh, local and seasonal ingredients, the Dunyā experience blends Mediterranean casual dining with modern technique and culturally traditional flavors. On all their menus, you’ll find a balance of seafood, game and vegetarian entrees, and the brunch menu includes $15 bottomless mimosas, too! You can see that menu here

Home Plate 

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Home Plate is a small, family-owned restaurant in the Marina. Since 1989, they’ve been serving up traditional American breakfast and brunch complete with handmade, complimentary scones baked from scratch every morning. Their menu includes bottomless mimosas available every day of the week! 

Kitchen Story 

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Located on the Corner of 16th and Sanchez in the Mission, Kitchen Story is a family spot serving homestyle, Asian fusion cooking for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Alongside delectable dishes like Millionaire’s Bacon Eggs Benedict, avocado toast, huge omelets and Stuffed French Toast, you can get bottomless mimosas every day! 

The Pink Elephant Alibi 

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At Pink Elephant Alibi, every weekend is a three-day weekend, because they offer brunch and bottomless mimosas Friday, Saturday and Sunday! The food menu includes small plates and large plates—both sweet and savory—and you can get a one-hour extension on your bottomless mimosas if you want to stick around after your meal. 


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One of the few spots in Fisherman’s Wharf not aimed at tourists, Surisan is the place to go for blended Asian and American comfort breakfast and brunch, but be sure you come back for an innovative Korean dinner, too! For every meal, they combine modern techniques with locally sourced ingredients in relaxed dining spaces indoors and out. 

Sweet Maple 

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Sweet Maple is a laid-back and unpretentious neighborhood restaurant in Lower Pacific Heights. Founded in 2010, they serve classic American breakfasts and brunches with a touch of Asian influence and hearty helpings of Millionaire’s Bacon. And while you definitely need an order of this slow-cooked specialty, you also can’t miss the Big Hip Deep Fried French Toast, bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys. 

The Sycamore 

Mission District | Facebook 

This unpretentious spot in the Mission is a favorite for weekly pub quizzes, a laid-back atmosphere and weekend brunch. Served Saturday and Sunday, that brunch menu includes items like Sycamore Chicken and Waffles, Pork Belly Donuts and a Smoked Salmon Scramble, but it’s not brunch without your bottomless mimosas, too! Theirs are just $16. 

Do you have a favorite brunch spot? 

If you have a favorite brunch spot in the Bay Area, whether they serve bottomless mimosas or not, tell us about it in the comments below! 

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