The Ten Best Bottomless Mimosas in Denver
Mimosas at the Lobby American Grille.
If there's one thing people love about brunch, it's cocktails before noon. And with more than 50 spots in Denver offering bottomless mimosas (yes, we counted), how do you decide where to drink away the day? You evaluate the flavor profiles, uniqueness, champagne quality, and cost. Here are our recommendations for the ten best, in no particular order, where you can ensure Sunday is a fun day -- and a step up from Andre (but, no judgments).
See also: The Ten Best Winter Patios in Denver
For $35, mix and match your favorite flavors: guava, passion fruit, traditional or the Zengo mimosa (made with a specialty fruit juice instead of OJ) -- all bottomless. If the cost seems high, that's because it also includes all-you-can-eat small plates from 9:30 until 2:30 p.m. weekends, so go all out and get your money's worth. Menu highlights include the chorizo benedict and a pork carnitas hash. Craving Mexican more than Asian? The same deal is available at Richard Sandoval's other spots, La Biblioteca and Tamayo, for brunch with a south of the border flair.
9. Root Down
Available in classic ($13) or blood orange ($15) variations, bottomless mimosas are available to anyone with the purchase of an entrée. Paired with farm-to-table specialties like banana-bread French toast or a breakfast burrito that's bigger than your head, you'll leave full for the entire day. Last call is at 3:15 p.m., so plan accordingly.
The champagne is flowing inside the Brown Palace.
Have an Easter-style brunch every Sunday with an all out splurge-fest at the Brown Palace. Available in four tiers, the buffet sans alcohol is $51.95 on it's own, but upgrade to Domaine Chandon for $61.95, Moet et Chandon for $71.95, or the mack daddy of champs, Dom Perignon -- available by the glass for $55 a pop. Technically, this is a champagne offer, but your bubbly can easily be converted to mimosas (although you wouldn't want to do that with the Dom). This lavish buffet rivals Vegas with seafood, sushi, carving stations, and decadent desserts, along with more traditional egg options. Available only on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., advanced reservations are highly recommended.
Keep reading for more bottomless mimosas -- and the brunches that come with them.Next Page
Get the Food & Drink Newsletter
Our weekly guide to Denver dining includes food news and reviews, as well as dining events and interviews with chefs and restaurant owners.