There’s no denying that brunch is best when it’s bottomless. Thankfully in New York City, you can pass the mimosas around all afternoon, as this dazzling city has plenty of brunch options that reign supreme. With all the restaurants NYC has, it can be a tad overwhelming deciding where to go which is why we have picked the very best bottomless brunches you need to try.
As many would say: brunch is an excuse for day drinking…so why not do brunch bottomless style! From posh and upscale, to hip and trendy, here are 10 absolute best bottomless brunch spots in NYC.
Lower East Side: Pig and Khao
For a Southeast Asian twist to brunch, head to Pig and Khao, a funky eatery led by former Top Chef contestant Leah Cohen. The restaurant name obviously hints at a pig-obsessed menu, featuring dishes like Sizzling Sisig, Thai Curry wings, and Pork Jowl. For a traditional Filipino brunch, head out on Sundays and sit outdoors on their year-round backyard patio – a perfect spot for sipping mimosas all day long. To go along with your pork and eggs, you can choose to go bottomless for $15 and enjoy mango, lychee, or traditional orange mimosas.
East Village: Miss Lily’s 7A Cafe
If the thought of brunch is “Jamaican” you hungry, then head out to the eclectic and bold eatery known as Miss Lily’s 7A Café. This brunch spot features bold dishes straight from the Caribbean islands with Jamaican influences, so you’ll find the likes of Breakfast Roti, Coconut Pancakes, Jamaican Rancheros and more. With your island-inspired entrée, the bottomless version of brunch will have you enjoying a One Love Bellini, a Hotstepper (aka a bloody mary) or Lily’s Rum Punch for $15.
West Village: Agave
For a sophisticated morning with plenty of boozy options, head to Agave in West Village, a small but serene eatery featuring a Southwestern menu. The head chef, Raul Juarez, mixes tradition with innovation in all of his dishes; giving you a taste experience that will have you coming back for more. Start your morning on the right foot with an egg entry and bottomless mimosas, wine or frozen margaritas for $33. Popular brunch items include the Spanish Eggs Benedict, the Sunrise Fiesta Burrito, and the Texas Pecan Apple Pancakes.
Greenwich Village: The Malt House
For a modern American atmosphere, visit The Malt House, a tavern that specializes in craft beer and comfort food. This eatery features a small but delicious menu, with plates that highlight American favorites, such as Kellogg's Cornflakes, slow-braised beef, and fried chicken. For $18, guests can enjoy a 2-hour bottomless brunch, and an upgraded meal with endless amounts of draft beer, house wine or sangria.
If you want to escape the city’s hustle and bustle for a few hours and pretend you’re on an island, head to Pearl’s Bake & Shark. This Caribbean restaurant features authentic island taste and upbeat vibes to complement the entire experience. As you dine on Caribbean style sandwiches, Jerk chicken or Pork hash, you’ll be surrounded by a fun cocktail bar and music to make you feel like you’re always on island time. For $15, you can go for the bottomless Bloody Mary, mimosa, or rum punch, which will go along well with any island inspired entrée you choose to munch on.
Murray Hill: The Crooked Knife
If your sole reason for brunching is to get a little tipsy, head over to The Crooked Knife for a sweet deal. This restaurant offers an extensive brunch menu in a comfortable setting, perfect for boozing and schmoozing with friends on a Sunday morning. The menu has an impressive Eggs Benedict section, with 5 different options to choose from, and a sugary section if you can’t decide between savory and sweet. For $39 dollars, you can choose any entrée on the menu and complement it with bottomless mimosas or Bloody Mary’s.
Soho: Miss Lily’s
While we mentioned Miss Lily’s 7A Café at the top of this list, we also recommend the flagship location in the heart of New York City. This is the real deal for Jamaican cuisine but with a boozy twist. Miss Lily’s in SOHO also features an organic Juice bar in case you need a healthy shot of Vitamins to go along with your delicious island brunch. For the bottomless option, you can enjoy unlimited drinks for 2 hours for the price of $35. To go along with your Caribbean style dishes, we recommend the One Love Bellini or Hotstepper.
Upper East Side: Parlor Steakhouse
For some classic Upper East style, head to the lively Parlor Steakhouse for luxurious brunch dining experience. Their bottomless brunch is presented in “a la carte style” where guests get to choose from a list of classic brunch options and pair it with their drink of choice for $35. Favorite dishes include the Smoked Salmon, Brioche French Toast and the classic Eggs Benedict. It’s basic but it gets right down to brunch business, so at the end of it all you can say “Bottoms Up”!
If you’re craving a hearty bottomless brunch for a solid price, head over to Lasagna, a small joint in Chelsea that specializes in Italian fare. Foodies can enjoy an Italian taste to any classic dish, such as Florentine Eggs Benedict, Frittata Alla Cacciatore, and the Italian Sausage Frittata. Each brunch item comes with a drink but the best deal to go along with this comforting meal is the upgrade for $11. Ask for the bottomless option and you’ll get to enjoy an unlimited amount of mimosas, bellinis, or screwdrivers.
West Village: Macondo
For a Latin inspired weekend, head to this fun and hip restaurant in the West Village, where you’ll find the perfect combination of tapas and bottomless booze. Their extensive brunch menu features a variety of options, from sweet to savory, to shared plates and individual plates. It’s recommended to start off with tapas, and then make your way to the egg dishes. For a $15 upgrade, you get to enjoy bottomless mimosas that come in unique flavors, such as blackberry mint, orange vanilla, and guanabana elderflower.