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When you want to get your drink on, the best way to do it is at a place where the food hits the spot and the drinks are constantly flowing. Depending on your budget and how far you’re willing to drive, Los Angeles has plenty of great places where you can enjoy bottomless drinks without breaking the bank. Make every dollar count by taking advantage of the best all-you-can-drink specials in Los Angeles.

Mimosas (Credit, Niki Payne)


Patrick Molloy’s
50 Pier Ave.
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
(310) 798-9762
www.patrickmolloys.com

Aside from great $5 happy hour food and drink specials during the week, Patrick Molloy’s also has bottomless mimosas for only $3 (with the purchase of an entree) every Sunday until from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Drink as much as you can though, because this all-you-can-drink special only lasts for one hour. The food here definitely hits the spot as well. Depending which breakfast specials you choose, you’re looking at a total spend of about $10 to $15 for a lovely morning enjoying the cheapest brunch around.

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(credit: Cabo Cantina)


Cabo Cantina
1240 3rd St. Promenade
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 393-5755
www.cabocantina.com

For a terrific bottomless weekend filled with all-you-can-drink mimosas and bloody marys until 3 p.m. for only $10, you’ll want to head over to Cabo Cantina in Santa Monica. Enjoy tasty Mexican food in a casual atmosphere with jukebox music playing in the background while multiple flat-screen TVs located throughout feature your favorite sports teams. Offering tons of great drinks specials including including daily two-for-one happy hour specials, its the perfect spot if you’re looking for all you can drink specials. Aside from their Santa Monica location, Cabo Cantina has locations in Venice, Brentwood and Hollywood.

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(credit: Yelp user Hilary K.)


Overland Cafe
3601 Overland Ave.
Culver City, CA 90034
(310) 559-9999
www.overlandcafe.com

Every weekend from 8am to 4pm, Overland Cafe offers an all-you-can-drink champagne specials for only $7 per person. This special has a two-hour limit though and requires the purchase of an entree. With an extensive brunch menu including eggs, burritos, pancakes and more, the food here is well worth it. Make sure to arrive before 11am though as long waits of 30 minutes or more draw in quite the crowd.

Related: Best Boozy Brunches In Los Angeles

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(credit: Lloyd S./Yelp)


Luxe City Center Hotel
1020 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 748-1291
www.luxehotels.com/luxecitycenter

Offering $15 bottomless mimosas every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its hotel restaurant, Stafford + Mathis Kitchen, the Luxe City Center Hotel is the perfect spot to enjoy drinks with a large and spacious patio overlooking LA Live. For prime people-watching and panoramic views of downtown LA, make sure to score a spot right along the edge of the patio. This hotel even offers private cabanas to enjoy your mimosas in! Parking at the hotel is valet only, so you may want to park somewhere else and walk there. Besides, the walk back to the car will do you good after drinking all of the mimosas you can in a span of two hours.

Bloody mary bar at State Social House (Credit, Niki Payne)


State Social House
8782 W. Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 657-8100
www.statesocialhouse.com

State Social House has a pretty unique offering when it comes to all-you-can-drink specials with $15 bottomless Florida mimosas and Hawaii mimosas every day until 3 p.m. On the weekends, you’ll have the bonus option of unlimited bloody marys from its bloody mary bar where you can make it as “bloody” as you like. For all the non-drinkers, State Social House also offers bottomless coffee for only $3. Parking is available right behind the restaurant, but it’s valet only. Metered parking is about $3 for two hours. There’s also a parking lot on the opposite side of the street.

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Niki Payne is a freelance writer covering all things Entertainment in Los Angeles. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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