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Best Boozy Bottomless Brunch Spots in New Orleans

Drink endless mimosas at these spots in New Orleans.

If you ask me, the best part of waking up is knowing that it’s a beautiful Sunday morning in New Orleans and that I’m in the perfect location to find a great restaurant with bottomless brunch near me.

After a long week of working and a long Saturday night of, well, not working, It’s crucial to take a day on the weekends to kick back and relax with some fried chicken and waffles alongside some bottomless mimosas to get you recuperated for the next week ahead.

group of friends eating pancake and breakfast burger for brunch at a restaurant in New Orleans

So, the next time you’re in Nola, do yourself this favor: pull up my list of the greatest places to get brunch around the city and just treat yourself to a luxurious brunch in The Crescent City.

Best Bottomless Brunch Restaurants in New Orleans

  1. Trenasse
  2. Ruby Slipper Cafe
  3. The Country Club
  4. Fullblast Brunch
  5. Stanley of New Orleans
  6. HORN’S EATERY
  7. Jimmy J’s Cafe
  8. Broussard’s Restaurant & Courtyard
  9. Monty’s on the Square
  10. Brennan’s
  11. Who Dat Coffee Cafe
  12. Tableau
  13. Cane and Table

Trenasse

Intercontinental Hotel, 444 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 680 7000
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Number one on this list is going to be a place called Trenasse and I have to say that it is probably my favorite place to get bottomless mimosas in Nola.

Brunch is served here every Saturday from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM and on Sundays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM where you can order bottomless mimosas for only $15 with the purchase of an entree!

Other great brunch items on their menu include the “Ultimate Bloody Mary” made with their own special bloody mix that they make in-house, as well as pickled veggies and even peeled shrimp!


Ruby Slipper Cafe

200 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 525-9355
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Next up is the Ruby Slipper Cafe on the corner of Magazine St and Common St on the first floor of the Pelham Hotel, right down the road from the Audobon Aquarium of the Americas and the Canal Place Shopping mall.

They specialize in brunch here at Ruby Slipper Cafe, and as soon as you go there, you’ll see what I mean.

they have classic mimosas as well as bellinis and an award-winning bloody Mary that you can actually order with bacon-infused vodka. I wholly recommend one of those delicious cocktails alongside a couple of their egg Benedicts.


The Country Club

634 Louisa St, New Orleans, LA 70117
Phone: (504) 945-0742
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The next time you find yourself in the Bywater neighborhood, be sure to stop by The Country Club off of Louisa Street near Crescent Park where you’ll find incredible drink deals on bottomless mimosas in New Orleans.

Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM and while they don’t exactly offer bottomless, The Country Club sells massive carafes of mimosa or bellini that hold 6 glasses each.

I highly recommend an order of their fried green tomatoes and eggs as well as a carafe of mimosa in order to get your brunch really going.


Fullblast Brunch

139 S Cortez St, New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone: (504) 302-2800
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With a name like Fullblast Brunch, you would expect nothing less than the most amazing brunch experience in Nola, and you would be exactly right.

They have a variety of mimosas to choose from like OJ, mango, cranberry, and pineapple, but if you don’t want to choose, you can order their “Mimosa Trio” that allows you to pick three refreshing flavors.

Check out Fullblast Brunch off of South Cortez St and Cleveland Avenue in the Mid City area, not far from the Xavier University of Louisiana, so it’s a perfect destination for those weekend celebrations after finals week.


Stanley of New Orleans

547 St Ann St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 587-0093
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Up next is Stanley of New Orleans and you can find them off of St. Ann Street directly adjacent to the 1850 House museum and Jackson Square Park.

Stanley of New Orleans is refined, the cuisine is exquisite, and the cocktails are no exception; you can order singles or doubles of bloody Marys, mimosas, and, my personal, favorite, an Irish coffee milkshake for those extra-sunny mornings.


HORN’S EATERY

1940 Dauphine St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 459-4676
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Horn’s Eatery is located in the Marigny neighborhood off of Dauphine Street near Washington Square on Frenchman St and not far from the New Orleans Jazz Museum.

I highly recommend coming here for a delicious Sunday brunch in New Orleans because they have some of the best down-home Southern cooking and hand-crafted cockstails that I’ve ever had.


Jimmy J’s Cafe

115 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 309-9360
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Jimmy J’s Cafe is a hip, colorful all-day breakfast spot located off of Chartres St across from the New Orleans Marriott hotel, and just walking distance from the House of Blues New Orleans, so it’s a central, convenient location for anyone visiting Nola.

You can find different weekly specials every time you visit Jimmy J’s, but that’s not all I love about this place; you can also get delectable bloody Marys that are made with their own special mix, as well as single glasses, half carafes, and full carafes of mimosas.


Broussard’s Restaurant & Courtyard

819 Conti St, New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 581-3866
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This next place, Broussard’s Restaurant & Courtyard, is not just one of the best places to go for brunch in New Orleans because of their bottomless mimosas and other drink deals, but because it’s a piece of Nola history, having been established circa 1920.

One thing that makes their brunch stand out even more, however, is the fact that their bottomless deal also applies to rose, as well!


Monty’s on the Square

801 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 525-4478
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Monty’s is located across the street from the historical Jackson Square Park and they are one of the first places that come to mind when people ask me where to go for bottomless brunch in Nola.

I recommend trying the New Orleans classic drink, a Sazerac, that Monty’s makes with real-deal Sazerac Rye Whiskey to give you that true Louisiana experience.

They also have other brunch drink specials here at Monty’s on the Square like mimosa pitchers for only $30 and $12 specialty cocktails.


Brennan’s

417 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 525-9711
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Next up is a place called Brennan’s where you can find some of Nola’s best bottomless brunch specials right off of Royal St, right down the street from Cafe Beignet.

It’s not exactly a bottomless brunch, but from 5:00 PM onwards from Thursday through Sunday they have a champagne sabering in their courtyard with excellent deals on bottles of champagne and bubbly cocktails.


Who Dat Coffee Cafe

2401 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70117
Phone: (504) 872-0360

Who Dat Coffee Cafe is located in the Marigny neighborhood and they have some of the greatest brunch drink specials that you can get in this city.

They offer $5.00 “Big Gurl Mimosas” and “Big Gurl Bloody Marys” every single day here at Who Dat Coffee Cafe which is one of the cheapest mimosa deals I’ve ever seen!


Tableau

616 St Peter, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 934-3463
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Tableau is an elegant Creole restaurant on the corner of St Peter and Chartres St, right next to Le Petit Theatre and across the street from The Cabildo state museum.

The carafes of mimosa are cheap at only $12 here at Tableau, but that’s not the only great deal you’ll find here!


Cane and Table

1113 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone: (504) 581-1112
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Last, but not least, is Cane & Table, a lively Cuban-inspired restaurant located off of Decatur St right near the Shops of the Colonnade French Market.

I really recommend one of their specialty cocktails called “Flor de Oaxaca” made with hibiscus-infused mezcal, fresh-squeezed citrus, and almond orgeat. This cocktail is so refreshing, and it goes great alongside almost any of their brunch menu items.


Final Thoughts

If you didn’t already know, New Orleans is a city that loves to get boozy, especially during their bottomless brunch hours. Each one of these restaurants has something unique to offer that will ensure an enjoyable brunch experience, no matter which one you choose.

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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Written by Rocco Smith

Rocco is from Sanibel Island, Florida, and a recent graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor’s in Editing, Writing, and Media. With seven years’ experience in the restaurant industry as a cook, server, bartender, and more, he is deeply passionate about intertwining his fondness for food with his love of language.