Six Places in Miami to Get Bottomless Booze With Brunch
Bottomless booze is a beautiful thing. And nothing says Sunday-morning-hangover cure like free-flowing bubbles (or bloodies). Luckily for the lush in you, there are lots of Miami brunch spots offering weekend libations to soothe your queasy stomache and bring back that pleasant buzz.
So next time Saturday night's festivities leave you a little worse for the wear, here's a lineup of eateries where you can get your day drinking on. Cheers.
1. 660 at the Angler's
South Beach hideaway 660 at the Angler's is chock full of options. In addition to a lengthy brunch menu offering everything from Elvis-style pancakes to gazpacho, this swank setup has bottomless mimosas or bloodies. For $25, get an hour and a half of your choice of Cristalino mimosas (peach, strawberry, or standard) or Finlandia bloodies (accouterments included). Brunch runs Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Courtesy of The Palace
2. The Palace
When it comes to entertainment, few brunch joints deliver like Ocean Drive's famous drag wonderland. Drink mimosas to your heart's content while surrounded by Miss Palace 2011 and an assortment of other dolled-up "dames." For $31.95, score a price-fixed brunch (mimosas included) that includes steak 'n' eggs, breakfast burritos, blueberry pancakes, and lots of other tasty grub. Take your pick of two seatings on Saturdays and Sundays: 11 a.m. or 1:30 p.m.
3. The Federal Food, Drink & Provisions
This foodie fave is a brunch must-visit with far-out dishes like jar-o-duck, johnny cakes, and jackalope Benedict, all in a charmingly rustic setting. For $16, bottomless mimosas can create a perfect pairing of gourmet eats and classy booze. Brunch is Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Courtesy of Angelique Euro Cafe
4. Angelique Euro Café
This sweet Gables spot is famous for its rich and plentiful European fare. With purchase of any entrée -- such as French toast with berries and crème anglaise; tortillas catalanas; croque madame; and other delectable options, score unlimited Cava mimosas (European style, meaning strong) for $14. Brunch is Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
5. The Sandbar
This UM-student favorite is by far the best bargain for weekend boozing. For $10, drink your fill of bubbly goodness. Soak it up with an assortment of omelets, griddle faves, and Latin-inspired yummies like a breakfast burrito or huevos rancheros. Brunch is Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Courtesy of POC Buffet
6. POC Buffet
This Gables food-for-all provides a plethora of options (150, to be exact) to pair with bottomless booze. Nosh on sushi, lobster bisque, rib eye, and Thai doughnuts for $15.69, plus an extra $7 for mimosas or bloody marys galore. Brunch is Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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