Best Boozy Bottomless Brunch Spots in NYC

Where to drink endless bloodys, bellinis, and mimosas in NYC.

Picture this: it’s a beautiful Sunday morning and you’re in New York City wondering “where can I find a fun, bottomless brunch near me?”

people enjoying weekend brunch at a restaurant in NYC

This is a scenario I have been faced with many times where I ended up wasting precious brunch hours researching and trying to decide where to eat out of the hundreds of restaurants in NYC.

So, I decided to go on a mission to help all of my fellow brunch-lovers out there by putting together this awesome guide to finding the best bottomless brunch NYC has to offer.

I scoured the city up and down to locate the most amazing brunch spots I could find, and I did not come back empty-handed.

No matter what you’re looking for, these restaurants will have everything to make your brunch experience absolutely perfect, from all the bottomless mimosas you can drink to modern delicacies like fried chicken and waffles, you’ll find it all in The Big Apple.

Best Bottomless Brunch Restaurants in New York City

Check out all of the best bottomless brunch spots NYC has to offer below!


213 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-507-9333
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Taking the number-one spot on my complete guide to NYC brunch is a place called Jackdaw that you can find on the corner of 2nd Avenue and East 13th Street right near Stuyvesant Square Park, in between the 1st Avenue and 3rd Avenue subway stations for ease of transportation. 

Brunch here at Jackdaw is from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturdays and Sundays where you can find some slamming drink deals like their unlimited boozy brunch for just $24.50 which includes cocktails like bloody Marys, frozen margaritas, and more!

Tara Rose

384 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
Phone: 347-265-6855
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Next up is Tara Rose, a lesser-known gem of a restaurant that does brunch and so much more. I personally love the speakeasy-style lounge and the hip ambiance that Tara Rose cultivates, especially during brunch.

The deal here is that $25 gets you all-you-can-drink mimosas and Aperol spritzes for 90 minutes which I think is plenty of time to get a healthy dose of that liquid sunshine in you.

Don’t fill up all the way on drinks, though, because one thing you’re going to want to try is their peanut butter and jelly French toast.

The Factory 380

380 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212-686-6380
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The Factory 380 is up next and it’s one of my favorite places to go for brunch in NYC because of their amazing drink deals like bottomless mimosas and other drinks for only $25 every Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM with the order of an entrée.

Check out The Factory 380 off of 3rd Avenue and East 27th Street, not far from Madison Square Park, and easily accessible via the metro 28th Street subway station.

I highly recommend their steak and eggs when you come to The Factory 380, but they have other phenomenal options like eggs Benedict and an Irish breakfast bowl.  

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536 9th Ave, New York, NY 10018
Phone: 212-388-5040
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Located off of 9th Avenue and West 40th Street, Buenavista is another great place to eat brunch in New York City that I strongly recommend everyone visit at least once while they’re in the city. 

Brunch here at Buenavista is a luxurious 3-course meal, including 1 hour of bottomless mimosas or sangria, that will quickly make this one of your favorite brunch spots just like it is one of mine.

Lips Drag Queen Show Palace Restaurant & Bar

227 E 56th St, New York, NY 10022
Phone: 212-675-7710
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In my opinion, Lips Drag Queen Show Palace Restaurant & Bar is one of the most exciting brunch places that I’ve ever been to⸺not to mention it’s an amazing deal for cheap bottomless brunch in NYC.

For $30 you can treat yourself to an incredible show, an entrée, and either a mimosa or bloody Mary with the option to make it a boozy bottomless brunch for only $6 more!

Check out Lips Drag Queen Show Palace off of East 56th Street, just a couple of blocks south from the Tramway Plaza city park where you can hop on the scenic Roosevelt Island Tramway.


15 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-268-5555
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Kyma is an unbelievably delicious Greek restaurant that you can find off of West 18th Street just 4 blocks south of the iconic Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park. 

Brunch is served here at Kyma from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM where you can get an hour and a half of bottomless mimosa, bloody Mary, bellini, or sangria. 

The food is spectacular, as well, and I strongly recommend ordering one of their Greek omelettes if you really want to complete the brunch experience. 

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Yefsi Estiatorio 

1481 York Ave, New York, NY 10075
Phone: 212-535-0293
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Up next, head down to Yefsi Estiatorio for some of the best bottomless brunch NYC has to offer where you’ll be pleasantly greeted by plenty of brunch foods and a 90-minute period of bottomless bloody Marys or mimosas with the purchase of any brunch dish!

As far as food recommendations go, I would say go for the lamb sandwich that comes with grilled lamb cubes, onions, peppers, and Tzatziki sauce all on fresh, delicious pita bread.  

The Crooked Knife

232 W 14th St, New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-929-4534
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The Crooked Knife is home to some of the greatest outdoor bottomless brunch NYC has, if you ask me, and I really encourage anyone that’s in the mood for a stupendous brunch that won’t break the bank!

Just $35 here at The Crooked Knife is enough to enjoy endless mimosas and bloodys, plus an entrée, so it’s really the perfect setup, especially when you realize they have a huge patio for outdoor dining in the fresh air.

Check out The Crooked Knife off of West 14th Street near the enthralling Museum of Illusions and Jackson Square, one of the oldest parks in New York City.

Sotto 13

140 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-647-1001
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Sotto 13 is a casual Italian restaurant that has an amazing brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM that’s served family-style for the entire table, making it a charmingly unique experience. 

Unfortunately, Sotto 13 isn’t quite bottomless, but the brunch deal does allot an entire bottle or carafe of drinks like sparkling wine, mimosa, margarita, sangria, and many more options.

Come down to Sotto 13 off of West 13th Avenue, right down the street from the NYC AIDS Memorial Park at St. Vincent’s Triangle, easily accessible via the 14th Street subway station.

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230 Fifth Rooftop Bar

230 5th Ave, New York, NY 10001
Phone: 212-725-4300
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If you want to try the best rooftop bottomless brunch NYC has, then you absolutely NEED to head over to the 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar located off of 5th Avenue and West 27th Street on the top floor where you’re granted a picturesque view of the New York City skyline.

Brunch at 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar is every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM where you can order bottomless mimosas, bellini, and even coffee for 90 minutes for only $45 per person! 

The Horny Ram

951 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10022
Phone: 917-261-4136
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Next, head to The Horny Ram off of 2nd Avenue near Pod 51 and Greenacre Park for some amazing bottomless brunch when you’re in NYC. 

Every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM you can treat yourself to 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas or bellini for only $25 when you order a food item off the menu for an additional charge.

The Flying Cock

497 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212-689-6900
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The Flying Cock is off of 3rd Avenue in Murray Hill where you can find some absolutely incredible weekend brunch deals like $25 for 90 minutes of bottomless mimosas, bloody Marys, and even raspberry bellini when you purchase any entrée. 

My favorite thing to order during brunch here at The Flying Cock is their breakfast waffle sandwich which consists of a fried egg over-easy, bacon, American cheese, avocado, and maple syrup sandwiched between two delicious waffles.

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Lilly’s Craft and Kitchen

675 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-757-0373
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This next place, Lilly’s Craft and Kitchen, is another great place to go for a boozy bottomless brunch in Hell’s Kitchen, just a block away from the Hotel Riu Plaza New York Times Square.

Brunch here is every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM where, for only $26, you can have endless mimosas and bloodys when you order an entrée, as well. 

Lido Harlem Restaurant

2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY 10026
Phone: 646-490-8575
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I really love Lido Harlem Restaurant for brunch because their cuisine is so refined, yet it retains the whimsical, fun characteristics that any brunch should have, including bottomless mimosas. 

I cannot recommend their braised short rib hash Benedict strongly enough to anyone planning to visit Lido, but if you’re looking for something a bit sweeter, then definitely try their classic blueberry pancakes.


403 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-602-1910
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Right across the street from the McCaffrey Playground on West 43rd Street is Bea, another top destination for bottomless mimosa brunch NYC has that I really think you should visit the next time you’re in the area. 

They do a prix fixe brunch here at Bea that really adds another dimension of fun to the experience with an option to go bottomless for $30 with the purchase of a main entrée.

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1 Hanover Square, New York, NY 10004
Phone: 212-785-9200
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Harry’s is up next and I have to say that this is usually my go-to destination for a nice Sunday brunch when I’m craving delicious steak and eggs.

All of the steaks here are USDA Prime, dry-aged for 28 days so each one arrives at the table unbelievably tender and juicy.

They also do an unlimited champagne brunch option where you can get 90 minutes of all-you-can-drink champagne with the purchase of an entrée between 12:00 PM and 3:30 PM.


668 10th Ave, New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-920-4770
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This next place is called Añejo and if you’re a lover of fine Mexican cuisine like I am and you also want to indulge in endless cocktails with brunch, then this is the place for you.

I love this place because their bottomless brunch features cocktails that I haven’t seen in very many other brunch spots like a blanco margarita and a bloody Maria.

Just head to 10th Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen and look for Añejo just 2 blocks south of the Intrepid Air, Sea, & Space Museum and the Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises. 

Carroll Place

157 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-260-1700
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Carroll Place has amazing brunch deals like bottomless mimosas and bloodys, but the thing I like the most is that you can opt for their rose sangria as your endless option if you’re a wine-lover. 

Check out Carroll Place over off of Bleecker Street about 2 blocks south of the famous Washington Square Park to try their family-style dining that engages the whole table.


1191 1st Ave, New York, NY 10065
Phone: 212-585-1818
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Maya is another upscale Mexican restaurant that I absolutely love to visit for brunch when I’m in the mood for margaritas instead of mimosas, but you can still get a delicious mango or strawberry mimosa. 

They have one of the best food and drink deals here at Maya: $55 gets you unlimited brunch plates and cocktails for 90 minutes.

The Malt House 

9 Maiden Ln, New York, NY 10038
Phone: 646-682-7577
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Next up, The Malt House is located right in the heart of NYC, just a couple blocks east of One World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.

$27 gets you unlimited cocktails for 90 minutes with the purchase of an entrée here at The Malt House, and I recommend either the Belgian waffle or their amazing crab cake Benedict. 


171 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-343-4255
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Next, you should definitely check out Boqueria, it’s a tapas bar and restaurant that serves up an unforgettable brunch experience on the weekends from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Unfortunately, they do not offer an option to go bottomless here at Boqueria, but that’s no reason to overlook this place when you’re trying to think of where to go for bottomless brunch in NYC.

The reason I love this brunch spot is that they make a mind-blowingly tasty sushito pepper-infused margarita and I’ve never had anything else like it. 

Miss Lily’s

132 W Houston St, New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-812-1482
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Right on the corner of Sullivan Street and West Houston Street, just a few blocks away from the iconic Washington Square Park and New York University, is a place called Miss Lily’s that’s simply a must-visit bottomless brunch spot.

They offer all-day happy hour until 7:00 PM, but there’s no bottomless here at Miss Lily’s. Instead, I recommend grabbing a few happy hour drinks and an order of their jerk BBQ brisket Benedict for a perfect brunch experience. 

Mom’s Kitchen and Bar

701 9th Ave, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 646-657-0080
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This next place, Mom’s Kitchen and Bar, is known for serving brunch all day long, featuring all sorts of cocktails, canned wines, boozy shakes, and massive 21-ounce goblets of mimosas.

I always go for the shrimp and cheesy grits when I stop by Mom’s Kitchen and Bar, but they have an unbelievably delectable breakfast burrito that’s actually rolled up inside of a pancake instead of a tortilla that I also highly recommend. 

Pardon My French

103 Avenue B, New York, NY 10009
Phone: 212-358-9683
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Pardon My French is a Parisian-style bistro that offers an amazing deal of unlimited mimosas or their uniquely crafted bloody Marys in addition to an entrée for only $38.

I absolutely love their fresh fruit buttermilk pancakes, but they have so many other delicacies on their menu like eggs Florentine and steak frites that it’s hard to choose every time I go. 

Wicked Willy’s

149 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-254-8592
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If you’ve ever wondered what brunch would be like in a lively, nautical-themed bar and restaurant, then Wicked Willy’s is the place to go to find out. 

Drink mimosas by the pitcher at this fun, decorative restaurant and even play beer pong with your friends on their dedicated beer pong tables.

There are drink specials aplenty here at Wicked Willy’s, as well, including bottomless drinks of either mimosas, pineapple mint punch, or St. Germain spritz with the purchase of an entrée for only $30!

Sunday In Brooklyn

348 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Phone: 347-222-6722
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Sunday In Brooklyn is up next and I think this is such a perfect brunch spot for anyone looking to enjoy some fine dining on the weekend and have a couple of craft cocktails.

You can find Sunday In Brooklyn off of Wythe Avenue and South 2nd Street in Brooklyn, just a couple of blocks east from Domino Park.

When you go there, I recommend trying one of their bloody Marys or a drink they call “Sunchaser” which has a unique blend of rums and tropical fruit to give it such a refreshing taste that it’s now my favorite brunch cocktail.

El Born

651 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Phone: 347-844-9295
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El Born is a phenomenal brunch spot in NYC that everyone should visit for that unique Barcelona-style tapas brunch that I can’t get enough of. 

Their bottomless brunch deal is simple: $30 gets you either 4 tapas plates and 2 entrées or 4 tapas and 1 paella with both including a dessert and unlimited mimosas or sangria for 90 minutes. It’s really an incredible deal! 

King’s Cafe 

79 Clinton St, New York, NY 10002
Phone: 917-388-3575
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Up next is a lesser-known brunch spot that I feel doesn’t get enough attention for how amazing their food is and how much fun it is to partake in their boozy bottomless brunch on the weekends. 

Check out King’s Cafe and their gorgeous outdoor dining area off of Clinton Street near the Williamsburg Bridge in the East Lower Side of Manhattan. 

When you get there, be sure to try an order of their dulce French toast made from fresh Santo Domingo Bakery bread and a crispy piece of buttermilk fried chicken along with one of their specialty seasonal cocktails. 


337 E 10th St, New York, NY 10009
Phone: 212-677-1913
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Last, but not least, is Gnocco, a wonderful restaurant that takes its inspiration from the delightful cuisine of Northern Italy.

The boozy bottomless brunch here at Gnocco is every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM and for only $42 you get 90 minutes of unlimited mimosas, bellini, sangria, bloodys, and margaritas, as well as an entrée. 


135 Alexander Ave, The Bronx, NY 10454
Phone: 718-489-9397
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Beatstro serves up a delicious Caribbean bottomless brunch.

With unlimited mimosas or sangrias and entrees like jerk chicken and waffles or oxtail, you’ll feel like you’re on a Caribbean vacation. And the restaurant’s location in The Bronx adds to its unique atmosphere.

What makes Beastro a unique BYC bottomless brunch location is the music.

The venue always plays the best hip-hop music, creating a unique vibe unlike any other I’ve been to.


76 Ainslie St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Phone: 347-725-3400
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Located in Brooklyn, Ainslie offers an NYC bottomless brunch with a rooftop view.

The venue has indoor and outdoor seating options, depending on the weather. But no matter where you sit, you have beautiful views of NYC’s skyline.

The incredible small plates set Ainslie apart from other NYC bottomless brunch options. You can also get unlimited brunch cocktails, including mimosas, Bloody Marys, and spiked iced tea.

The food is some of the best I’ve had at a bottomless brunch place.

Milk & Roses

35 Box St, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Phone: 718-389-0160
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For a more intimate NYC bottomless brunch experience, Milk & Roses is a perfect choice. The small cafe and bar have a cozy atmosphere, making it an excellent spot for catching up with friends.

The menu has many traditional brunch items, but I highly recommend the braised short rib and Egg or the chicken & waffle. And the unlimited mimosas are always a hit.

So next time you’re looking for NYC bottomless brunch, consider heading to Milk & Roses for delightful food and some of the best mimosas in the Big Apple.

Sugar Freak

37-11 30th Ave., Queens, NY 11103
Phone: 718-606-1900
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In addition to being one of the best NYC bottomless brunch spots, Sugar Freak also has one of the best names of any establishment in NYC.

The restaurant, located in Queens, has a fun and eclectic atmosphere, perfect for bottomless brunch.

Sugar Freak offers unlimited mimosas, spiked iced teas, Bloody marys, Hurricanes, and beer. And the food options all come with a southern twist.

I love the biscuits and gravy, the gumbo and eggs, and the jambalaya and eggs. Bottomless brunch at Sugar Freak is a delicious and unique NYC experience.


564 DeKalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11205
Phone: 718-230-7100
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If you are looking for something a little fancier with some of the best farm-to-table food in the city, head to Baron’s.

Located in Brooklyn, this NYC bottomless brunch spot offers unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, bellinis, and screwdrivers.

The food is the show’s star, as good as the brunch cocktails are.

I was blown away by the mushroom, parmesan omelet, and fried chicken sandwich. And don’t miss out on the unique and delicious beignets for dessert.

Carroll Place

157 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-260-1700
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Carroll Place is the place to be if you are in the mood for an Italian-style bottomless brunch. You can order various traditional bunch items with an Italian twist, or you can get delightful pizza or pasta.

The unlimited bellinis and rose sangria are delicious, and I also highly recommend their Italian wine options.

The elegant and relaxed atmosphere makes Carroll Place the perfect NYC bottomless brunch spot for a date or special occasion.


189 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Phone: 917-525-5252
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Fonda is the spot for you if you are in the mood for brunch with delicious Latin American cuisine.

Honestly, the food is some of the best I’ve had outside of Mexico. I love their huevos rancheros and their torta de Pollo. You should go to smell the food from the kitchen; it is to die for.

The unlimited margaritas are a nice changeup from the other traditional brunch drinks served at other NYC bottomless brunch spots.

Best Bottomless Brunch Restaurants in New York City

  1. Jackdaw 
  2. Tara Rose
  3. The Factory 380 
  4. Buenavista
  5. Lips Drag Queen Show Palace Restaurant & Bar
  6. Kyma
  7. Yefsi Estiatorio 
  8. The Crooked Knife
  9. Sotto 13
  10. 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar
  11. The Horny Ram
  12. The Flying Cock
  13. Lilly’s Craft and Kitchen
  14. Lido Harlem Restaurant
  15. Bea
  16. Harry’s
  17. Añejo
  18. Carroll Place
  19. Maya
  20. The Malt House
  21. Boqueria 
  22. Miss Lily’s
  23. Mom’s Kitchen and Bar
  24. Pardon My French
  25. Wicked Willy’s
  26. Sunday In Brooklyn
  27. El Born
  28. King’s Cafe
  29. Gnocco
  30. Beatstro
  31. Ainslie
  32. Milk & Roses
  33. Sugar Freak
  34. Baron’s
  35. Carroll Place
  36. Fonda

Final Thoughts

These brunch spots are, in my opinion, the ultimate destinations for bottomless drink specials and delicious breakfast foods for those weekends where you just want to treat yourself.

So, the next time you’re in New York, just go ahead and peruse through this guide to find out which NYC restaurants are serving up the perfect brunch for you. 

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Written by Rocco Smith

Rocco is 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.