Best Bottomless Brunches In LA Right Now

September 23, 2015 12:28 PM

(credit: Mud Hen Tavern)

(credit: Mud Hen Tavern)


Whether you’re a mimosa fan, looking to go bottomless at the beach, or a DTLA urbanite looking for bottomless Bloody Marys, the following are the ten best brunches for indulging in bottomless drinking.

(Credit: Hotel Portofino)

(Credit: Hotel Portofino)


Baleen Kitchen
260 Portofino Way
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
(310) 372-1202
www.hotelportofino.com

Serving up both a stellar view of the ocean, boats, harbor and seaside sunshine, Redondo Beach’s Baleen Kitchen offers both all you can drink mimosas and a bottomless bloody mary deal. Best of all, diners can craft their own bloody at a bloody mary bar featuring choices of three different infused vodkas, twenty different hot sauces, and mix-ins from olives to kimchee. On the food side of the menu, this airy Redondo Beach brunch spot serves up stylish cuisine such as the Riviera Omelet, with goat cheese, tomato, and asparagus, eggs Benedict, or a delectable Pain Perdu – a French-toasted baguette topped with brown sugar, strawberries, and mascarpone cheese.

(Credit: Sunny Spot)

(Credit: Sunny Spot)


Sunny Spot
822 Washington Blvd
Venice, CA 90292
(310) 448-8884
www.sunnyspotvenice.com

Sunny Spot, Chef Roy Choi’s Jamaican take on brunch serves dishes like Ropa Vieja, roasted veggie omelette, and spicy Diablo Shrimp with grits to accompany the bottomless drink offerings including a bottomless mimosa, Bloody Mary, or rum punch. Located in Venice, Sunny Spot is a cheerful, Caribbean-style “cookshop” according to Choi, whose decor vibrates with an orange, aqua, and bright blue palette.

(Credit: Post and Beam)

(Credit: Post and Beam)


Post and Beam
3767 Santa Rosalia Drive,
Los Angeles, CA 90008
(323) 299 5599
www.postandbeamla.com

Bottomless mimosas, classic al fresco dining, stuffed French toast with Nutella, smoked salmon hash with poached eggs, cornbread Benedict with smoked bacon and honey Hollandaise – these are some of the brunch offerings from accomplished chef Govind Armstrong at Post and Beam. This sleek contemporary Baldwin Hills hot spot also serves up live jazz at its Sunday brunch.

(credit: Cabo Cantina)

(credit: Cabo Cantina)


Cabo Cantina
11829 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 312-5840
Multiple Locations
www.cabocantina.com

Whether you want no-limit Bloody Marys or mimosas, the quintessential Mexican brunch spot Cabo Cantina dishes up everything from a breakfast burrito to a Baja veggie scramble and an El Jefe scrambled egg sandwich on a King’s Hawaiian roll. Funky and fun, the bottomless drinks brunch runs Friday through Sunday, for a full weekend of fun at a variety of Southland locations including West Hollywood and Brentwood.

(Credit: A-Frame)

(Credit: A-Frame)


A-Frame
12565 W Washington Blvd,
Culver City, CA 90066
(310) 398-7700
www.aframela.com

Dubbed “Hawaiian soul food,” A-Frame is the second offering from chef Roy Choi on the bottomless list, and what a bottomless menu they offer. From bloody marys, mimosas, micheladas, or Hite beer, they offer it all. And in the brunch food department, this oh-so-hip former IHOP has recently updated its menu to recreate a distinctively island theme. And it’s not just the drinks that are unlimited. Try the banana macadamia nut pancakes or P.O.G. pancakes for a bottomless meal to go with those drinks. The Hawaiian breakfast plate with Portuguese sausage may not be unlimited but it’s a grand breakfast in scope and scale at this comfortably trendy Culver City dining destination.

(Credit: Mud Hen Tavern)

(Credit: Mud Hen Tavern)


Mud Hen Tavern
742 Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 203-0500
www.mudhentavern.com

Vegans and vegetarians have plenty of options on Mud Hen Tavern’s cool menu from Border Grill chef Susan Feniger, and so do carnivores. At this mid-city dining haven, hash browns stuffed with spinach and cheddar or lemonseed poppy pancakes are among the choices on the gourmet menu in a modern, colorful, industrial-style space. Bottomless mimosas come in peach, mango, pomegranate, and orange, with one caveat – the entire table must drink up to participate.

(Credit: The Tripel)

(Credit: The Tripel)


The Tripel
333 Culver Blvd.
Playa Del Rey, CA 90293
(310) 821-0333
www.thetripel.com

Bottomless Prosecco cocktails on draft or a bottomless shandy make The Tripel, not far from LAX and the sleek new Playa Vista complex, a must-brunch eatery. Chefs Brooke Williamson and Nick Roberts also run Playa Provisions down the street, turning out killer entrees like egg and avocado toast or a burrata egg white omelette. The modern- rustic gastropub setting is just blocks from the beach in low-key Playa Del Rey.

(Credit: LittleFork)

(Credit: LittleFork)


LittleFork
1600 Wilcox Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90028
(323)465.3675
www.littleforkla.com

Mimosas are unlimited and so are the endless bloody marys, bloody larrys, and punch at Hollywood’s LittleFork. The flavor combinations of brunch items is equally varied, ranging from chilaquiles to poutine. There’s a short rib hash and a rich, sweet pain perdu, too. Executive chef Joshua Rabie describes his cuisine as Northeast Atlantic, with New England and Canadian based recipes combined with lush local ingredients at LittleFork, in an upscale setting with pristine white paneled walls.

(Credit: Café Del Rey)

(Credit: Café Del Rey)


Cafe Del Rey
4451 Admiralty Way
Marina del Rey, CA 90292
(310) 823-6395
www.cafedelreymarina.com

Expansive Marina views encourage lingering over an elegant prix fixe meal and bottomless mimosas, wine, or bloody marys at the romantic Café Del Rey. Chef Chuck Abair combines fresh local ingredients with a seaside flair, crafting brunch items such as poached salmon salad, frito misto, and truffle pizza served in a sunny setting on the Marina Del Rey harbor.

(Credit: Hotel Figueroa)

(Credit: Hotel Figueroa)


Veranda Poolside Lounge at Hotel Figueroa
939 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 627-8971
www.figueroahotel.com

Live music, unlimited mimosas and bloody marys are all served up pool-side, surrounded by lush succulent plants and blossoming bougainvillea at the Veranda Poolside Lounge. Brunch here at DTLA’s classic Hotel Figueroa is a buffet affair with a meat carving station, omelette bar, waffles and French toast. Decadent deserts are also on hand.

Article by Genie Davis.

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