Best Boozy & Bottomless Brunch Spots in Washington, DC

There’s nothing quite like sleeping in late on a Sunday, waking up, and heading to your favorite restaurant for some bottomless mimosas to start your day off right. Brunch really is the most important meal of the day, in my opinion, so it’s definitely crucial to know which restaurants take part in this glorious weekend tradition.

group of people eating breakfast in Washington DC

Well, the good news is that there’s no shortage of places offering brunch near Washington, DC. The even better news is that I’ve gone through the trouble of ranking all of the absolute best ones right here for your convenience. Some of these spots offer completely bottomless specials and some have pitchers so big that you’ll think they’re bottomless.Below, you’ll find the top-rated and most popular restaurants with a very boozy or even bottomless brunch in DC where you can unwind from your busy work week with mimosas and Bloody Marys galore. Don’t forget about the food, either! They’ve got all the tastiest brunch foods like chicken and waffles, french toast, and so much more. Go ahead and pick out a couple to try this weekend!

The Fainting Goat

1330 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202) 735-0344
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Taking first place on my list of the greatest bottomless brunch near DC is a spot called The Fainting Goat. This place is a New American-style gastropub with some of the cheapest brunch deals around. You can enjoy plenty of liquid sunshine without breaking the bank!Brunch here at The Fainting Goat is served Friday, Saturday, and Sunday every week from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The deal is $22 plus the purchase of an entree gets you unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, and sangria for 90 minutes. Check out The Fainting Goat off of U Street Northwest, just a 10-minute walking distance from the beautiful Meridian Hill Park.


1837 M St NW, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 558-9545
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Next up, we have Boqueria, a Spanish tapas bar and restaurant. This place is sleek and stylish with beautiful wood accents and an overall relaxing atmosphere. It gets even better, too, if you want to sit outside on their spacious outdoor patio for some fresh air. Boqueria doesn’t have a bottomless option, but their brunch specials are still unbeatable. The mimosas are extremely cheap at only $9 a glass and they also have a special margarita made with shishito peppers. The best deal here, however, is the brunch for 2 special that comes with a massive serving of brunch paella, churros con chocolate, and an enormous pitcher of sangria for only $49!You’ll find Boqueria off of M Street Northwest just south of Dupont Circle, making it easily accessible via the Dupont Circle Metro Station, and within walking distance to the DC Improv Comedy Club.

Bar Charley

1825 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202) 627-2183
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Bar Charley is another amazing place to get bottomless mimosas and even canned or draft beer if you feel like really treating yourself. Every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM you can head here for their amazing drink deals. Option 1 for brunch is $31.95 and it gets you regular bottomless mimosas or Narragansett tallboys. Option 2 goes for $40.95 which gets you bottomless Bloody Marys, flavored mimosas, and even draft beer. Both options include an entree and let you drink all you want for 90 minutes. What could be better than that? Check out Bar Charley for your weekend brunch off of 18th Street Northwest Street, not far from the Washington Hilton 4-star hotel. You won’t be disappointed.

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DC Harvest

517 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 629-3296
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DC Harvest is an American restaurant where the brunch menu is top-notch. They use local ingredients to create healthy cuisine that’s also delectable. They even offer a number of tasty vegan and vegetarian options, as well, so there’s something for everyone. Everything here at DC Harvest is farm-to-table and of the highest quality, especially the brunch menu. They offer slamming deals on giant carafes of both sangria and mimosas for the duration of their brunch hours. You even have the choice between OJ, watermelon, cranberry, and grapefruit for your carafe of mimosa! Head on over to DC Harvest off of H Street Northwest in Near Northeast on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

801 Restaurant & Bar

801 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 332-0207
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This next place is called 801 Restaurant & Bar and you can find them off of U St NW, just south of the famous 9:30 Club live music venue and Landmark’s Atlantic Plumbing Cinema. It’s perfect for grabbing brunch with some bottomless mimosas in DC before a show. They have one of the best brunch deals in DC here at 801 if you ask me. You only pay $20 for their bottomless build-your-own mimosas with all sorts of different flavors to try. Other great drink specials include $8 single bellinis and mimosas if you only want a couple. My favorite drink to get from here has to be their 801 Coconut Punch that comes served in a real coconut!

TAKODA – Rooftop Restaurant & Beer Garden

715 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 525-1257
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Right across the street from 801 Restaurant & Bar is a fantastic rooftop bar in DC called Takoda where you can have an incredible weekend brunch complete with bottomless mimosas. After all, what could be better than all-you-can-drink deals and a striking rooftop view of the city? When you come to Takoda, right away you’ll notice the sophisticated brick-walled atmosphere with an industrial vibe to it. Step outside onto their open-air patio and you’ll be greeted with a gust of fresh air and the gorgeous DC skyline. Brunch here at Takoda is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM where you’ll pay only $27 for unlimited mimosas. Drink up!


1336 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202) 853-9194
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Just west of the U Street/Cardozo/African-American Civil War Memorial Metro Station and the Lincoln Theatre is an American restaurant called Hawthorne. This place is perfect for a delightful weekend brunch near DC when you’re looking for unlimited drinks, and not just mimosas. The brunch specials here at Hawthorne run on the pricey side, but it’s well worth it. $38.99 gets you bottomless mimosas, bloodies, orange crushes & bud light, plus one fireball shot! This price also includes a choice of either a brunch or lunch entree.

Boundary Stone

116 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 621-6635
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Right in the heart of the Bloomingdale neighborhood just east of Anna J. Copper Circle Park is a laid-back, no-frills public house called Boundary Stone with some of the best brunch specials around. They don’t have bottomless anymore, but their incredible deals still make it worth going. Crunch is served here at Boundary Stone every weekend and on all federal holidays, making it the perfect spot to celebrate those days off of work. My favorite thing to order from here is their homemade cinnamon roll and a classic Hot Toddy. Check out Boundary Stone off of Rhode Island Avenue Northwest, just south of Crispus Attucks Park.

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Shaw’s Tavern

520 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 518-4092
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Up next is a comfy little brick-walled tavern with a spacious, string-lit outdoor patio that’s one of my favorite places to get bottomless brunch near DC. Shaw’s Tavern is such a lovely weekend brunch spot that you’ll want to go every chance you get. Brunch is served here from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM every Saturday and Sunday. The deal is that you pay only $19 and you are allowed to drink all you want for 2 whole hours! You can put back quite a few mimosas in that amount of time, trust me. Look for Shaw’s Tavern off of Florida Avenue Northwest and 6th Street Northwest, just walking distance from the conveniently located Shaw-Howard University subway station and Flash live music venue.

Compass Rose

1346 T St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202) 506-4765
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For this next brunch restaurant, we’re going to head over to the Cardozo neighborhood and look for a place called Compass Rose. This place is easily one of the first places I think of when someone asks me where to get bottomless brunch in DC. Brunch is served only on Sundays and it’s from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Some of the best brunch deals include a Picante Paloma cocktail, a spicy Bloody Mary, and, of course, bottomless mimosas. The bottomless option costs $30 and you get the option of either orange juice or grapefruit juice as a mixer.


651 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 986-2079
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Next up we have HalfSmoke and boy do they know how to do bottomless drink specials. Brunch is served here all day, every day here at HalfSmoke. Yes, you read that correctly. They’ll give you bottomless brunch every single day, 2 hours at a time, for $40 and it comes with an entree. If that wasn’t good enough, they also offer a regular bottomless happy hour every single day from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM for only $35! The folks over at HalfSmoke sure are passionate about bottomless, and we are here for it. Look for HalfSmoke next to the Flash music venue and the Howard University Hospital in the Le Droit Park neighborhood.

Duke’s Grocery

2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006
Phone: (202) 733-3967
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Duke’s Grocery is a London-themed pub located east of Dupont Circle and South of The Cairo condominium complex. You’re going to want to head here on Saturdays and Sundays between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM for DC bottomless brunch that can’t be beaten. For only $24, you can have unlimited drinks for 90 minutes. Your choice of “bevvies” include mimosas, house-spiced Bloody Marys, and Narragansett Lager. As far as food goes, it only makes sense to get a proper full English breakfast, or “brekkie” as they say across the pond in foggy old London.


1443 P St NW, Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202) 299-0018
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Commissary DC over by Logan Circle is a spectacular coffeehouse/bar that people all around the city flock to for brunch, including myself. Brunch isn’t bottomless here, but it is absolutely boozy. In fact, I mostly come to Commissary for their extensive Bloody Mary bar, not mimosas. In 2020, the Washington City Paper cited Commissary DC as the best Bloody Mary in DC, so you know it has to be good. They offer 4 unique flavors like original horseradish, extra spicey, Smokin’ Maria, and Bootlegger. Come try them all! Don’t worry, though, if it’s mimosas you’re after, they still have plenty of cheap deals on the bubbly. You can order an entire bottle for only $24 with your choice of orange, cranberry, grapefruit, pear, peach, mango, and even pineapple!

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1527 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 332-6767
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Right next to Stead Park off of 17th Street Northwest is an amazing brunch spot in DC called Agora. This Mediterranean restaurant is well-known for its decadent brunch specials, including an unbelievable bottomless brunch package deal. The deal for brunch here at Agora is that $42, per person, gets you unlimited small plates, Bloody Marys, sparkling wine, and mimosas. However, you have the option to upgrade to bottomless prosecco with unique flavors like sour cherry, apricot, orange, and peach.

Mission Dupont Circle

1606 20th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202) 525-2010
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Mission Dupont Circle is located just north of its namesake, Dupont Circle, and just a little ways east of wonderful art galleries and museums, including The Phillips Collection and IA&A at Hillyer.They have a delightfully booze-filled brunch here at Mission Dupont Circle. Some of their best deals include massive pitchers of mimosas and Bloody Marys for only $18 as well as pitchers of house-made, draft margs for $36. Pretty much anything you want to drink, they have cheap deals on a pitcher of it. As far as food goes, this Mexican restaurant has some incredible brunch menu items. My go-to is usually the breakfast quesadilla, but sometimes I’ll switch it up and order their loaded waffle fries or a breakfast burrito.


1319 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 833-1495
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When you’re getting off at the Dupont Circle Metro Station, your first stop should definitely be Madhatter just south of there on Connecticut Avenue Northwest, right next to Tatte Bakery & Cafe. Madhatter is crazy about brunch and so am I, so it works out perfectly every time. Bottomless mimosas will cost you only $18 dollars and you’re given the options of OJ, peach, pineapple, or cranberry juice to mix with. You won’t want to skip out on the food here, either. The steak and eggs is easily my favorite brunch menu item and I strongly recommend it. What could be better than a perfectly-grilled flank steak with eggs and home fries? Almost nothing if you ask me.


1926 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009
Phone: (202) 319-1400
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Wrapping things up on our list of best bottomless brunch near DC is a place called Tico. Tico is run by Chef Michael Schlow and his unique twist of New American cuisine with a flare of Mexican and Spanish inspiration. This is possibly my favorite place to go for brunch overall because not only can you get bottomless drinks like mimosas, margaritas, bloodied, and sparkling wine, but you can also get unlimited food, too. As someone who loves to eat, the idea of unlimited food makes my stomach rumble just thinking about it. Bottomless drinks will cost you only $16 here at Tico, and bottomless food is only $29! Make sure you bring your thirst and a big appetite so you can really get your money’s worth.

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Written by Brian Nagele

Brian attended West Virginia University, then started his career in the IT industry before following his passion for marketing and hospitality. He has over 20 years experience in the restaurant and bar industry.

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