Brunch is that magical time between breakfast and lunch where we get to have our favorite breakfast foods without having to wake up too early in the morning, plus there’s alcohol! What’s not to love?
Well, I can’t answer that question, but I can tell you about all of the best weekend brunch spots around Baltimore that I would highly recommend to anyone in the mood for a relaxing day of bottomless mimosas and bloody Marys, as well as other great deals on drinks.
I’ve always agreed that variety is the spice of life, so I tried to make my ultimate brunch list as eclectic as possible, featuring all sorts of establishments like Mexican restaurants, Irish pubs, Cuban restaurants, and many more so you can really get a taste of all the best that Baltimore has to offer.
Best Boozy Brunch Specials in Baltimore
- Red Star Fells Point
- The Point in Fells
- Waterfront Hotel
- Little Havana
- Bond Street Social
- Huck’s American Craft
- The Rowhouse Grille
- Miss Shirley’s Cafe, Inner Harbor
- Five and Dime Ale House
- The Chasseur
- Kooper’s Tavern
- Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant
1629 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 563-8800
First up is a place called Barcocina, a delightful and lively restaurant with a waterfront view of the Patapsco River thanks to its location right on the popular Broadway Pier and directly next to the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore 5-star hotel.
This has to be one of my absolute favorite places to eat any meal, but Barcocina’s brunch is really top-of-the-line, in my opinion. Besides the standard mimosas and bloody Marys, they have a myriad of other hand-crafted cocktails that pair phenomenally with their brunch food menu.
My favorite drink was the spicy strawberry lemonade which is made with Patron reposado tequila, mint, lime, strawberry puree, lemonade, and a fiery jalapeño simple syrup for that extra kick.
Red Star Fells Point
906 S Wolfe St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 675-0212
Up next, Red Star Fells Point is another great place to go for brunch when you’re in the city because of its central location in the heart of Fells Point near things like Thames Park and the historic Broadway Pier.
Red Star, unfortunately, does not offer endless mimosas, but I found every other aspect of the brunch experience to be so exceptional that I forgot about bottomless almost immediately.
I have yet to find another restaurant with a better breakfast pizza than Red Star Fells Point so I strongly recommend ordering one of those along with a drink they call “Italian Job” that’s basically an enhanced mimosa with blood orange mix, vodka, and prosecco.
The Point in Fells
1738 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 327-7264
This next place, The Point In Fells, is an American gastropub that you can find off of South Ann Street and Thames Street, right next to the Robert Long House museum.
They serve absolutely delicious brunch here at The Point In Fells every Friday through Sunday from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM so they actually offer one of the longest brunches I could find in Baltimore. My favorite part, though, is that you can get either 16-ounce or a massive 32-ounce mimosa!
When you head to The Point, be sure to try their Maryland crab Benedict; I ordered this and it was so divine that I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to eat anyone’s crab Benedict but theirs from now on.
1710 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 537-5055
The Waterfront Hotel is located off of Thames Street right across the road from the Broadway Pier and almost directly adjacent to the charming Broadway Square where you can find the Fell’s Point Farmers Market.
Brunch is unbelievably incredible here at The Waterfront Hotel, and, as a bonus, you can simply rent a room and take a nap if you end up in a food-coma from all the delicious food.
The Waterfront Hotel’s brunch menu is full of interesting and unique dishes that I have never seen anywhere else like their fried chicken and donuts or the peaches and cream pancakes, but I went with the huevos rancheros and was extremely satisfied.
1325 Key Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: (410) 837-9903
Now, this next place, Little Havana, turned out to be an unexpected gem of a Cuban restaurant located just off of Key Highway in Riverside, right next to the Baltimore Museum of Industry.
Little Havana has a ridiculously tasty Cuban sandwich that I tried and found to be just as good as the ones back in Tampa where the Cuban sandwich originated, so someone here definitely knows what they’re doing with that mojo pork!
The brunch is also spectacular, in my opinion, because you can get brunch foods all day long and you can drink bottomless mimosas and bloody Marys for 2 hours.
Bond Street Social
901 S Bond St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (443) 449-6234
You’re going to want to head down near the Bond Street Wharf for this next amazing brunch spot in Baltimore called the Bond Street Social.
Unfortunately, there is no bottomless here at Bond Street Social during their weekend brunch hours, but they have fantastic drink deals on mimosas, sangria, and bloody Marys. You can even order a bottle of champagne that comes with a carafe of orange juice to mix your own mimosas how you like!
Huck’s American Craft
3728 Hudson St, Baltimore, MD 21224
Phone: (443) 438-3380
Up next is Huck’s American Craft and I found this restaurant to be such an inviting and cozy place to get all-day breakfast everyday as well as a Saturday and Sunday brunch from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
The bottomless deal here is terrific: $17 All you can drink Mimosas, bloody Marys, Natty Boh, and even screwdrivers! This is actually the first restaurant I’ve ever been to that offers bottomless screwdrivers, so I was very pleased.
I highly recommend the chicken and waffles here at Huck’s when you’re brunching it up and you start to get a bit peckish, but they also have amazing pretzel dough pizzas that are unbelievably delicious.
The Rowhouse Grille
1400 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230
Phone: (443) 438-7289
You can find The Rowhouse Grille on the corner of Light Street and Gittings Street in the Riverside district, just east of the M&T Bank Stadium.
The Rowhouse Grille’s brunch on Saturdays and Sundays lasts from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM so it lasts quite a while and the price is only $14, making it one of the most affordable bottomless spots in the city.
Miss Shirley’s Cafe, Inner Harbor
The Charm’tastic Mile, 750 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 528-5373
I really love this next place, Miss Shirley’s, mostly because of their amazingly convenient location just outside of Downtown Baltimore and almost directly across the street from the wondrous National Aquarium, right across the canal from the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African-American Heritage.
Miss Shirley’s is another great brunch spot that lacks bottomless mimosas, yet they make up for it by offering a colorful, fruity medley of brunch cocktails, including what they call a “Spicy Shirley” which happens to be their amazing version of a bloody Mary.
Five and Dime Ale House
901 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
Phone: (443) 835-2290
Up next, I think a good place to hit for brunch when you’re in beautiful Baltimore is this place called Five and Dime Alehouse and I’m certain you’ll love it too.
Of course, the drinks are amazing, but my favorite part about Five and Dime Alehouse’s brunch is their food, for sure. I tried their chicken and waffles and it was splendid, especially with the honey sriracha syrup it comes with.
Look for Five and Dime Alehouse on the corner of West 36th Street and Elm Avenue, just east of Roosevelt Park and the Baltimore Skate Park.
3328 Foster Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Phone: (410) 327-6984
Right off of South Highland Avenue and Foster Avenue is a place called The Chasseur, an American gastropub with delicious food and a wonderful bottomless mimosa brunch.
Every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM you can come to The Chasseur and, for only $20, you can drink bottomless mimosas, crushes, bloody Marys, sangria, and even something they’re call a “beermosa”!
2522 Fait Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Phone: (410) 522-1421
For this next brunch spot called Smaltimore, you’re going to want to head towards the Canton neighborhood off of Fait Avenue and South Rose Street where you’ll find a small, yet lively, sports bar with an awesome brunch menu.
Brunch here is every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and they offer bottomless Natty Boh drafts, mimosas, and bloody Marys for only $14!
Personally, I think the best part, besides the bottomless drinks, is the build-your-own breakfast burrito here at Smaltimore which lets you totally customize your own omelette or burrito with tons of options.
1702 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 563-5423
Now, for this next place, you’ll want to head back to Broadway Square off of Thames Street, right across the road from the beautiful Sagamore Pendry Baltimore 5-star hotel, where you’ll find Kooper’s Tavern and their extensive brunch menu.
I highly recommend an Irish coffee with a breakfast skillet when you stop by Kooper’s Tavern because it really hit the spot for me when I was there.
Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant
1700 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: (410) 563-6600
Last, but not least, is Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant where you can find some of our favorite brunch items from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM, including things like classic corned beef hash and breakfast sandwiches.
Check out Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant off of Thames Street, especially if you’re a fan of live music and international sports. Soccer is always on the TV here at Slainte, so if you’re a soccer fan, be sure to stop by for the next big match.
Baltimore sure does know its way around brunch, that’s for sure! All of these places have their own unique take on my favorite meal of the day and it’s what makes getting brunch in Baltimore such a fun and exciting experience that everyone should try.
Which brunch are you most excited to try? Let us know! Did we leave a restaurant out of this list? Make sure you leave us a comment and we’ll check it out!
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