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INDEPENDENCE DAY IS MONDAY! Which means we have an excuse to celebrate the 4th of July. All. Weekend. Long. It is officially time to break out your red, white, and blue, and party like its 1776. And what could be better than day drinking to celebrate our sweet land of liberty? Day drinking with breakfast food. That’s right, this Independence Day, switch up your usual drinking routine with some sweet, sweet brunching. Whether you want to brunch on the weekend leading up to the Fourth, or if you want to kick off Independence day with bottomless food and drinks, we have the places you need to hit up this weekend. To life, liberty, and the pursuit of bottomless.


The Hamilton has so many possibilities for brunching, I don’t even know where to start. They have have a menu for brunch wines, brunch libations, AND brunch milkshakes and malts, so you won’t be short on delicious brunch drinks! Not to mention the food, like their chicken and blueberry pancakes or their choice of three different eggs Benedicts. They offer brunch on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Make your way over to kick of the 4th celebrations the right way.

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Toro Toro will be offering brunch on Saturday, Sunday, and Independence Day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.. They offer brunch at a fixed price of $39 which also includes a Bloody Mary bar, where you can customize your own Bloody Mary from a selection of hot sauces, home-made mixers, and a selection of tequila or vodka. If you want to start your 4th of July celebrations off on a spicy note, make your way to Toro Toro.


Named after the great Teddy Roosevelt, Teddy & The Bully Bar knows your need for brunch, and offers a fixed unlimited brunch for $40 on Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. You can have as many brunch items as you would like, including bottomless brunch cocktails like the “Teddy’s Mary.” If you just want to order items a la carte, that’s cool too. Be sure to check out their 4th of July menu as well, its not brunch but its still awesome.



If you want less American food and more Latin – Asian fusion, check out Masa 14 who is also serving brunch Saturday, Sunday, and Independence Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. They offer a fixed menu of $39 with unlimited drinks like that of the Bacon Bloody Mary or Lemon Lager. They offer classic brunch items and not-so brunch items like the Crispy Smoked Brisket Bun, which is perfect for helping you soak up all the alcohol going into your system. Embrace the holiday and the BBQ, its what our forefathers would have wanted.


Another brunch spot named after a president, the LINCOLN will be offering brunch on Sunday starting at 10:30 a.m.. Their brunch menu exclaims, “Food for the people, by the people,” so you know they take their brunching seriously. They offer bottomless mimosas, bellinis, and Bloody Marys for $21, along with American brunch classics like the fried chicken and waffle or NY strip & eggs. Like Teddy & The Bully Bar, they have a separate 4th of July menu which is worth a glance. Happy 4th of July brunching!