Top Spots For Bottomless Mimosas In Denver
Nothing kick-starts the weekend (or a morning after a bit too much fun) like a filling brunch and a glass filled high with fresh juice and bubbly champagne. These mid-morning mimosas have quickly become a staple in the world of brunch. It gets even better when restaurants offer customers bottomless mimosas for one simple price. Bottomless, just like a basket of french fries, means thirsty diners can sip glass after glass of this bubbly drink until they feel completely satisfied (or slightly buzzed). Catch on to the bottomless trend with this quick guide to the top five places in Denver to indulge in refreshing mimosas.
Price: $10 bottomless mimosas
Hours: Brunch Sun – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A focus on quality ingredients is just the start of the brunch experience at Bistro One. Close to Washington Park, this restaurant provides its customers a vibrant atmosphere that embraces not only great food, but also excellent service. The waitstaff is attentive, ensuring the bottom of your glass never goes dry during Bistro One’s bottomless mimosa brunch. Try a citrusy twist on the classic with a blood orange mimosa, made with blood orange juice and champagne. For a more unique brunch experience, order the smoked shrimp and grits or the croque madame made with toast, ham, Jarlsberg Swiss, eggs and champagne cream.
1529 S. Pearl St.
Denver, CO 80210
Price: $10 Bottomless mimosas
Hours: Sun – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Black Pearl uses the freshest local ingredients to concoct a tasty, seasonal and ever-changing menu. In addition to the full-flavored, fresh food, there’s an option to purchase bottomless mimosas with their entrée, making this a one stop shop for everything a weekend brunch should be. Pair your mimosa with brunch favorites like brie stuffed French toast, huevos rancheros or bagels and lox.
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Second Home Kitchen + Bar
150 Clayton Lane
Denver, CO 80206
Price: $12 Bottomless mimosas
Hours: Sun – 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Taking a bit of a turn off the traditional path, Second Home Kitchen and Bar serves up traditional mimosas with orange juice and two other choices of either cranberry or pineapple. With these options, the possibilities of a great afternoon are as bottomless as the glasses these mimosas come in. The pajama brunch menu features a crab cake Benedict and even a breakfast pizza made with eggs, cheese, sausage, bacon and veggies with roasted salsa.
1600 W. 33rd Ave.
Denver, CO 80211
Price: $14 bottomless blood orange mimosas $12 bottomless fresh squeezed mimosas
Hours: Brunch: Sat to Sun – 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
If “fresh as can be” is what you are looking for, then Root Down is the place to go. With the focus on natural and unprocessed foods, it’s no surprise that when a customer orders a classic fresh squeezed or blood orange mimosa, they must have one more. Brunch offerings include almond flour-buttermilk pancakes, organic beet salads and tofu scrambles and Irish oatmeal.
934 16th St.
Denver, CO 80202
Price: $10 bottomless mimosas
Hours: Sat to Sun – 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
If location on 16th Street isn’t enough to draw customers to this downtown restaurant, the words “exotic juice bar”, “build your own” and “bottomless mimosas” most certainly will. The juice bar’s wide variety allows customers to get creative with drinks customized to their tastes. Bottomless with options, these mimosas are sure to kick-start any day with a bang of great flavors. Pair your customized mimosa with a baked frittata, steak and eggs or a granola sundae.
Zack Christofferson is a freelance writer living in Denver. Deeply devoted to all things food and drink, Zack can be found tasting the best liquid and solid indulgences that Denver has to offer morning, afternoon and night. His work can be found here