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“Bottomless” is always a good word when describing brunch…even better when describing booze. Check out five of the best bottomless boozy brunches in D.C.  For any other brunching needs please consult our 2014 D.C. Brunch Guide.


An upscale atmosphere with affordable drinks and good food. What more could you asks for?

Sixteen-dollar bottomless mimosas in a place that really doesn’t seem like it would serve anything bottomless (so-if you need to seem like you’re taking your family somewhere super nice but need to squeeze some serious drinks in without seeming suspicious, this would be our #1 picks of this round for a good family-visit brunch). PLUS they have a gorgeous outdoor patio and food like Harissa Skirt Steak and chorizo with eggs and spiced pork sausage, stewed tomato, potatoes, roasted pepper and baked eggs.” Read more about Poste here.




Not just bottomless drinks, but also food!

Not in the mood for mimosas? $32.99 gets you both a prix-fixe meal AND limitless drinks, and not just brunch themed drinks, ALL DRINKS.” Read more about Agora here.



Avoid the crowds and enjoy the mimosas.

“Looking for a place in Logan Circle that is NOT always packed for brunch and with $13 bottomless mimosas? Well, you found it.”


“The Cleveland Park Ashok Bajaj mainstay offers a great $28 deal: two-course menu and bottomless mimosas or Champagne.” Check out Ardeo + Bardeo here.



A variety of bottomless drink options as well as patio seating and the option to play bocce.

Fifteen-dollar bottomless Champagne cocktails, glass mimosas, bellinis or kir royale? We’re sold. Plus you have not one but TWO patios to choose from, with added bocce option. The menu’s not too shabby either with options like the Roasted Pork and Cauliflower Frittata (with Gruyère, Potato, Scallion and Tarragon Aïoli), the Duck Confit Benedict (with Morbier, Hollandaise, Rustic Bread, Frisée, Roasted Garlic Vinaigrette), and the French Toast with Blackberry Preserve or Ginger Butter orLavender Honey and Sweet Ricotta or Walnut Butter.” Find out more about Vinoteca here.