10051_mimosa_6201After a weekend of drinking, there’s nothing we enjoy more than a Sunday morning bottomless brunch. From Belgium waffles to eggs benedict, there’s always so much to munch on. Still, there are restaurants that specialize specifically in the bottomless booze department, something we believe is the most significant factor when choosing a brunch spot. We’ve scouted out the most sacred of boozy brunches in select cities so that you can bypass the research yourself. Like we always say, the best detox is a retox.

Zocalo (Boston, MA)

Located in Boston’s Back Bay, Zocalo focuses on a Mexican-style breakfast. The perfect place to bring a date, Zocalo’s Saturday/Sunday $30 brunch special for two includes two entrees and a pitcher of any flavor mimosa, from traditional orange and peach to apricot and elderflower. Can you say, delicioso?

London Grill (Philadelphia, PA)

With an extensive menu, Philly’s London Grill is the place to be if you like an abundant amount of entrée options. For drinks, the London Grill’s libation menu is just as broad. The restaurant’s claim to fame is its “make your own bloody mary bar,” where for only $9-$11 (depending on your liquor choice), you can create your own bloody mary masterpiece. Pick your base from house infusions or other flavored spirits (bacon, wasabi, dill, lime, etc.), either way you’ll be helping your hangover in no time.

Medium Rare (Washington, D.C.)

If you’re a meat lover, Medium Rare is the place for you. With a simple yet steak-prominent menu, $23 will buy you an entrée as well as never ending bloody marys, screwdrivers, mimosas, coffee and fresh orange juice. This may sound like a repeat of your Saturday night, but we’re guessing you’re probably ok with that.

Agave (New York, NY)

For a mere $27.95, you can enjoy Agave’s incredible pre-fixed brunch that includes bottomless mimosas, wine, or margaritas. Still, Agave is a popular place to eat, so customers have a two-hour limit to indulge in their bottomless booze. Don’t read too much into this constraint though; the restaurant’s mouthwatering menu makes everything worthwhile.

O’Donovan’s Bar (Chicago, IL)

Offering an authentic “home town” feel, O’Donovan’s is a unique place to brunch. For only $13.95, you can pamper yourself with the entire brunch buffet. Biscuits & gravy, a waffle station, a chocolate fondue fountain—there’s no denying the deliciousness. Plus, they definitely don’t skimp on the drinks. For $22 every Sunday, you can get involved in the “Mimosa Mayhem,” where mimosas are served in pint glasses. What we would do to make O’Donovan’s our weekly brunch spot…

ROK:BRGR (Miami, FL)

This South Florida burger bar and gastropub isn’t just known for creative craft cocktails and distinctive presentations—they hold one heck of a bottomless brunch. Offering not only tasty food and catchy live music, but also free mimosas for ladies from 10am-3pm, ROK:BRGR strives to be “the” spot to socialize. Sounds good to us.

Overland Café (Los Angeles, CA)

A go-to spot for those with a lower budget, Overland Café charges just $6.99 for their bottomless champagne special. Still, the menu is packed with favorites, from cornbread waffles to an array of egg benedicts. Overland Café is beloved by low-key locals, giving the restaurant its reputation of a casual eatery with a “nice neighborhood” atmosphere.

Have another bottomless brunch you’re loyal to? Tell us about it!