Rolling out of bed for a weekend bottomless brunch is as New York as fresh bagels and lox. Celebrate the time-honored tradition of joining your friends for some day drinking while eating a killer avocado smash on the side. The city has so many options to choose from, but these are some of the top boozy brunches in NYC to celebrate the weekend.
Take the elevator up to this stunningly chic rooftop for an ideal brunch with your crew or out-of-town guests. There’s not a bottomless brunch here, but with the insanely thrifty specialty cocktail prices, there might as well be. The Easy Passage cocktail, made with vodka, lemon juice, and Prosecco, is just 92 cents and a mimosa, Bellini, or Bloody Mary is $4.92. Make a reservation at Hotel Chantelle.
The attentive wait staff will make sure your glass will never be empty at this Lower East Side haunt. Not only are the endless drinks on point, but their Mediterranean-style dishes hit the spot, too, as do standards, such as the turkey club. For $35 per person, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better deal in Manhattan. Make a reservation at Delilah.
There’s a two-drink minimum for this boozy brunch in Astoria, Queens. Add $10 to any dish you purchase and choose two drinks from a list of cocktails with coffee, tea, or hot cocoa. If you love a sweet brunch, order a Bellini and the Nutella s’mores pancakes or waffles. Or if you prefer savory, go for the Bloody Mary and pulled pork Eggs Benedict. Make a reservation at Sanfords Restaurant.
Few things are more comforting after a late night out than a hearty bowl of pasta or a biscuit with scrambled eggs and bacon. Add on bottomless mimosas for an extra $16 and it’s the perfect Sunday brunch. This Harlem spot has plenty of seating so grab a big group kick off the weekend right. Make a reservation at Lido.
A self-proclaimed home-away-from-home for the residents of Alphabet City, this spot serves some excellent hair-of-the-dog options. Order an entrée and choose between bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, or sangria for $33. Remember to stop at the ATM first because Poco is cash-only. Make a reservation at Poco.
Pig & Khao
This LES favorite serves authentic Southeast Asian dishes, such as longonissa sausage, alongside classics like brioche French toast. Order bottomless mimosas or self-serve draft Narragansett for an extra $15. Note: There’s a two-hour limit. Make a reservation at Pig & Khao.