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Best bottomless brunches in NYC

By Swingers

Get the gang together and celebrate your friendship over a bottomless brunch. Embrace the challenge of “endless” drinks – perfect for gossiping, bonding and exploring the hottest eateries in your area. Finding a date when everyone’s free is tough enough, and finding a spot that’ll please everyone is even tougher. We’ve done the legwork for […]

Best bottomless brunches in NYC

Get the gang together and celebrate your friendship over a bottomless brunch. Embrace the challenge of “endless” drinks – perfect for gossiping, bonding and exploring the hottest eateries in your area.

Finding a date when everyone’s free is tough enough, and finding a spot that’ll please everyone is even tougher. We’ve done the legwork for you and have pulled together our favorite venues for bottomless brunch, ensuring there’s something for every palate. 

 

Get the party started at Swingers

Not your average sit-down drinks, Swingers’ bottomless brunch offers something different. 

Elevate your brunch game by challenging your crew to unlimited rounds of mini golf paired with endless drinks. Say goodbye to your usual eggs benedict and indulge in Swingers’ delectable range of dishes from mouth watering burgers to tantalizing tacos and beyond. 

Get ready to sip and swing with Swingers’ Weekend Set drinks package featuring Red and White Sangria, Frost Delay Margaritas, Bellinis, Mimosas and more. There’s also the option for unlimited mocktails, if you’re wanting a booze-free brunch. But that’s not all! Alongside the drinks extravaganza, indulge in unlimited rounds of mini golf, groove to live DJ beats and savor our delicious street food options.

 

The Crooked Knife

With three locations across New York, The Crooked Knife offers brunch classics with a range of omelets and eggs benedict, and for those hungry for more, two locations feature mouthwatering burgers that are sure to satisfy. 

Now, let’s talk about their famed ‘boozy brunch’ experience, a signature offering involving bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys. Each location sets its own duration, offering either a leisurely 90-minute indulgence or an extended two-hour sensation. 

 

Hortus

Blending various Asian cuisines, Hortus’ brunch menu has something to suit everyone’s tastes. While some may feel adventurous and try out uncommon dishes like the sea urchin, others may feel more comfortable ordering dishes like the yuzu bacon rose pasta or the mochi pancakes.

Bottomless cocktail drink options are a choice between Mimosas, Yuza Aperol Spritz and a Hortus Hugo (Prosecco, elderflower, lime and mint).

This spot is loved by many, featuring in the Michelin Guide, Forbes, and TimeOut among others.

 

Maya

Another feature in The Michelin Guide, Chef Richard Sandoval’s Maya is considered one of the best Mexican restaurants in NYC by the publication, and we can see why.

The bottomless brunch is bottomless in both food and drink, so you can really make the most of what the restaurant has to offer. 

And oh, what a menu! Starting with drinks, you can choose between Margaritas, Bloody Marys, and various choices of fruity Mimosas. For food, there’s lots to choose from, but as it’s bottomless you don’t have to choose! On offer are enchiladas, fajitas, chilaquiles, tacos and more.

 

Pardon My French

This restaurant, as the name suggests, serves up a plethora of French delights. If you fancy something sweet, try the brioche French toast, but if not, dig into the croque monsieur. If you’re up for something a little more refined, order the beef tartare.

Bottomless options include the intriguing horseradish-infused vodka (a must-try!), alongside classic choices like the Bloody Mary and the ever-popular Mimosas. 

Listed in the Vogue article How to Visit Paris Without Leaving New York City: A French Expats Guide, you can be sure of a chic brunching experience. This spot is so authentically French that the website has to highlight that the staff do speak English as well as French!

 

Hutong

Available on Saturdays 12-5, Bubbles & Bao Saturday’s at The Shanghai bar is Hutong’s bottomless brunch offering. Choose from cava or Chinese-inspired cocktails, including the Chinese Lantern – Aperol, St Germain, cava, mandarin, and plum bitters.

For food, treat yourself with a build-your-own-bao, with prawn and black bean chicken options, select some of the ready-made baos, or opt for roasted Peking duck pancakes from the BBQ section. 

 

Lido Harlem

With bottomless mimosas available for an hour and a half, Lido Harlem is the perfect setting for a catch up with friends over brunch.

James Beard award-winning author and chef Serena Bass curates an extensive seasonal brunch menu, all prepared by her team in-house. Named after Lido di Venezia in Italy, Lido’s menu leans towards Italian cuisine, but misdirects you with dishes such as braised short rib hash on English muffins, buttermilk biscuit with chipotle honey butter, and pumpkin cheesecake.

The food is professionally presented and more than Instagram-worthy, while the red-brick and dark floored interiors provide a cozy, welcoming environment. 

 

Sotto 13

Looking for a brunch spot with multiple drink options, including a craft-your-own prosecco bar? Sotto 13, located on a quiet, tree-lined street in West Village is perfect for brunch aficionados. 

The menu offers all of the brunch favorites – eggs Benedict, French toast, avocado toast – with specialties including the quinoa bowl and waffle BLT. Don’t visit this spot without trying the tantalizing donut holes stuffed with Nutella cream – Sotto 13 claims they “pair perfectly with any of the brunch cocktails that will be flowing”.

Swingers ~ The crazy golf club

We believe that life is more fun when there is an element of competition, and that competition is best enjoyed with friends.

Swingers, the crazy golf club takes the holy trinity that is crazy golf, street food and amazing cocktails and combines them all into one incredible social experience