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Houston's Best Bottomless Brunches: 10 Restaurants Where the Mimosas Never Stop - PaperCity Magazine
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Houston’s Best Bottomless Brunches

10 Restaurants Where the Mimosas Never Stop

BY // 06.29.17

Bottomless mimosas are the jackpot of all brunch specials. Sure a carafe of flowing bubbly is nice, but nothing beats a never-ending supply of citrus-filled champagne elixir.

But let’s face it, bottomless deals on the Houston restaurant scene are hard to come by. While Houston hasn’t reached East Coast brunch status just yet — you’ll find bottomless mimosa options at every corner throughout New York and Washington D.C. — a few Bayou City outposts are still making it rain mimosas all brunch long.

These 10 Houston brunch restaurants are guaranteed to keep your glass full, but don’t forget to secure an Uber on the way.

Bosscat Kitchen + Libations

Not only is whiskey-centric restaurant Bosscat offering the ultimate Sunday Funday experience in the River Oaks District nexus — DJ included — but you can snag an entree and bottomless mimosas (or Bloody Marys) for just $32.

We recommend pairing your mimosas with the Fruity Pebbles French Toast (an Instagram winner) or the Blue Elvis pancakes. 4310 Westheimer Road, 

Cavo Coffee

Coffee isn’t the only beverage this posh, new java destination is pouring. Bottomless bubbles and mimosas flow every weekend for just $10. If you’re partial to drinking on a non-empty stomach, don’t forget to order one of Cavo’s elevated toast options. 3773 Richmond Avenue,

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Cyclone Anaya’s

While Cyclone Anaya’s mimosa deal doesn’t fit the technical definition of bottomless, it’s too good to not make this list. The Mexican restaurant offers the first mimosa for $11, and every libation after clocks in at merely one cent each.

That certainly counts as bottomless in our book. Multiple locations,

Federal American Grill

The Heights eatery’s hefty brunch menu is the perfect complement to its $15 bottomless mimosa option. Indulge in American fare such as chicken fried steak and eggs, mini stack of cinnamon roll pancakes, and fried cheeseburger egg rolls as the drinks continue to flow. 510 Shepherd Drive,

Hearsay Gastro Lounge

Hearsay’s $12 bottomless deal and standout fare always draw a huge crowd. While brunch lasts until 3 pm, the downtown restaurant’s bottomless mimosas only last until 2 pm, so you’ll want to get there early. Added bonus: Hearsay also features a live band every Sunday. 218 Travis Street,


If you’re in the Museum District, global Southern restaurant Lucille’s has you covered with the bottomless mimosas. This special isn’t printed on the menu, so you’ll have to know to request it from your waiter. 5512 La Branch Street,

Picos Restaurant

Twelve dollar bottomless mimosas are just the cherry on top of Picos’ brunch, which includes a bevy of Mexican breakfast dishes — a win for the Upper Kirby corridor. 3601 Kirby Drive,

Ouisie’s Table

This River Oaks restaurant institution enhances its elevated Southern-inspired brunch with not only $14 mimosas but also bottomless bellinis and champagne. 3939 San Felipe Street,

Phil & Derek’s Restaurant and Wine Bar

Phil & Derek’s may be sporting a new Midtown location, but its standout brunch offerings still stand. The $24 rotating brunch buffet not only comes with Cajun-creole staples like wings and waffles, fried catfish, and smothered pork chops, but the deal also gets you never-ending mimosas. 1701 Webster Street,

Quattro at the Four Seasons

While Quattro’s tried-and-true brunch buffet clocks in as the most expensive on this list at $65, the sheer variety of food warrants the heftier price.

A caviar station, raw seafood bar, succulent proteins — you name it, they’ve got it. Of course, the complimentary mimosas (and Bloody Marys) soften the blow. 1300 Lamar Street, 

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