2425 South Downing Street
Maddie’s is a “great place for morning eats” (according to the restaurant's website) — and a great bargain for bottomless cocktails, too. The restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday, and the menu offers both Bloody Marys and mimosas for a $15 bottomless price. If you’re feeling fancy, you can choose between apple, cranberry, grapefruit, orange or pineapple juice for your daily allowance of fruit. The bottomless mimosa pairs well with our 2017 Best Eggs Benedict winner.
1600 West 33rd Avenue
Paired with an order of Vietnamese Almond Pancakes or a fried-egg sandwich, a bottomless mimosa at Root Down for $14 isn’t too shabby. House rules state that bottomless mimosas will be served only to guests who purchase a brunch entree, and last call for the special is at 3:15 p.m. See the full menu at rootdowndenver.com.
2030 West 30th Avenue
Given that Linger and Root Down are branches on the same Edible Beats family tree, it’s no surprise that Linger has a competitive bottomless-mimosa price, too. For $13, a classic mimosa can be yours, though the restaurant will cut you off with last call at 3 p.m. Take it to the rooftop while you still can this summer with Linger’s Beats and Brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Corner Office
1401 Curtis Street
Feeling classy? Mix up your bottomless mimosa with prosecco, carrot juice and mango at the Corner Office for $13. Other spins on the classic weekend drink include brut champagne with peach and ginger, or brut rosé with grapefruit juice. A full brunch menu can be found at thecorneroffice.com.
3230 East Colfax Avenue
Times have changed on East Colfax. Though Mezcal’s bottomless mimosas are no longer $7 — they’re now $10 with the purchase of food and $15 if you’re just boozing — they’re still a steal. Despite the price increase, the mimosas still go great with Mezcal’s breakfast enchiladas, as seen on the restaurant's full menu at mezcalcolorado.com.