Best All-You-Can Drink Specials In OC

August 7, 2014 5:00 AM

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Few things in life are as good as a leisurely Sunday brunch. The meal is made even better if you add alcohol to the mix, particularly when you can enjoy the drinks as bottomless. If you’re looking for places where you can get your fill of food and drink, try these places with bottomless drink specials.
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Saddle Ranch Chop House
1870 Harbor Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
(949) 287-4652

A lot of places offer bottomless drinks at brunch, but they only offer brunch on weekends – and maybe just on Sundays. With locations throughout OC and LA, brunch is served every day from the time the restaurant opens until 3 p.m. at Saddle Ranch Chop House. Part of that brunch is bottomless bloody Marys and mimosas for an additional $10. For the low cost of just $10 (plus the cost of your meal), you can have bottomless drinks every day of the week. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better drink deal than that.

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The Alley
4501 W. Coast Highway
Newport Beach, CA 92663
(949) 646-9126

The Alley in Newport Beach offers a great brunch on weekends where you’ll find classic items like eggs Benedict, as well as the opportunity to make your own quesadilla. What really makes the brunch at The Alley spectacular though is the bottomless champagne for an additional $10. For the low cost, choose between a classic mimosa, or get your champagne mixed with cranberry juice for a refreshing way to start your day on the weekend.

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ChaCha’s Latin Kitchen
110 W Birch St.
Brea, CA 92821
(714) 255-1040

The brunch at ChaCha’s is anything but ordinary. For the brunch special, you get chips and salsa, soup or salad, an entree and a glass of champagne (or a mimosa). That’s a pretty good amount of food and drink for only $21.95. For an additional $6, you can add bottomless mimosas to your brunch too which makes for an even better deal and a tremendous way to enhance an already great brunch. In addition to great food, part of the unique brunch experience is a live mariachi band.

Related: Best Boozy Brunches in OC

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Bigs Grill
323 N. State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92831
(714) 526-4950

Bigs in Fullerton offers its patrons a lot of things and is a great place to watch a UFC fight or see a band. In addition, it’s also a great place to have breakfast on Sunday morning. Bigs offers a breakfast buffet that includes waffles, omelets and chili relleno for just $12.99. For an additional $9, your breakfast buffet can include the mimosa or bloody Mary bar which means that you can get more than your fill of both food and booze on a Sunday morning. Breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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The Corner
8961 Adams Ave.
Huntington Beach, CA 92646
(714) 968-6800

When you go to brunch at The Corner, you’ll find great items such as steak and eggs as well as a lot of things that aren’t available at most traditional brunches. The Corner even offers a better array of bottomless mimosas than most other places. While you’ll find the traditional champagne and orange juice at virtually every brunch, this place offers three other varieties as well: Chambord, grapefruit and Chase elderflower. The additional cost varies depending on which kind you choose, but you’ll find any of them a nice complement to your brunch.

Related: Best Bloody Marys in OC

Gary Schwind is a freelance writer covering all things Orange County. His work can be found on

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