But starting your drinking so early in the day can get expensive, which is why we rounded up these 24 fantastically economical, occasionally bottomless, booze-filled brunch deals, organized by neighborhood for your geographical convenience.
24 of Denver's Best Boozy Brunch Deals
1400 Larimer St
The Deal: Their bottomless margarita brunch for $35, which includes unlimited small plates, tropical mimosas, Bloody Marys and Marias, and beers. Every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am-3:30pm, but there's a two-hour time limit, so plan accordingly.
Ellyngton's at The Brown Palace
321 17th St
The Deal: This is definitely a splurge or expense account kind of brunch, but it's so worth it. There are four tiers of brunching available here, depending on how classy you want to get. Starting with just brunch for $51.95, unlimited Dom Pérignon brunch for $55, unlimited Domaine Chandon brunch for $61.95, and unlimited Moët Chandon brunch for $71.95. This fancy Champagne brunch is only available on Sundays from 10am-2pm.
1401 Curtis St
The Deal: $15 bottomless Bloody Mary bar with garnishes like chicharron, pork belly, and fries as well as $10 bottomless mimosas. You can only get it during Disco Brunch on Sundays from 7am-3pm.
909 17th St
The Deal: Bottomless bellinis are $9 with plenty of flavors to choose from: peach, pear, orange, cranberry, pineapple, and grapefruit. Enjoy freshly baked goods, Italian dishes, or regular breakfast from 8am-2:30pm on the weekends.
934 16th Street Mall
The Deal: Brunch is a bit pricier here, but at least the build-your-own Bloody bar is only $5 and bottomless exotic mimosas are $12. At least you can take the free MallRide here!
3301 Tejon St
The Deal: $10 bottomless mimosas and breakfast with Southern flavor and a patio for people watching. Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-3pm.
1600 W 33rd Ave
The Deal: These bottomless mimosas are only available with the purchase of an entree. $15 for blood orange and $13 for classic on weekends from 10am-2:30pm.
1610 Little Raven St #200
The Deal: $35 for bottomless brunch plates, coffee, and cocktails -- which include mimosas, infused margaritas, and a loaded Bloody Mary bar every weekend from 10am-2:30p.
1610 Little Raven St
The Deal: $35 for bottomless small plates, tropical mimosas, Bloody Marys, and sangria with a live DJ. Two-hour limit. Every weekend from 10:30am-2:30p.
Second Home Kitchen + Bar
150 Clayton Ln
The Deal: Sunday Pajama Brunch offers $11 DIY Bloody Marys and $13 bottomless cranberry, grapefruit, pineapple, and classic mimosas. Available from 7am-2pm every weekend.
2191 Arapahoe St
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas for $10 with purchase of food, $13 without food, and house Bloody Marys and Marias are available for $5 a pop.
LaLa's Wine Bar
410 E 7th Ave
The Deal: Come for the $10 bottomless mimosas and $6 house-made Bloodies, and if you're still there when brunch ends, stay for the family-style Sunday Supper for only $12.95 starting at 3pm. Brunch service goes from 9am-2:30pm on weekends.
1076 Ogden St
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas are available every single day of the week from 10am-3pm! On weekends, the deal is $10 and during the week it's $12 as long as you buy a meal.
930 Lincoln St
The Deal: Live jazz, a brunch buffet for $20 a person, and bottomless mimosas/Bloodies for $10 more. What more do you need? Sundays only, 9:30am-1:30pm.
Gary Lee’s Motor Club & Grub
176 S Broadway
The Deal: $3 Bloodies/$9 bottomless mimosas, every Saturday and Sunday until 4pm. Bacon-stuffed waffles are also involved...
Sloan's Bar and Grille
5850 W 25th Ave
The Deal: Tucked away in a quiet little neighborhood, this local joint has $1 mimosas and a $3 Bloody Mary bar Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-3pm.
Marco's Coal-Fired Pizza
2129 Larimer St
The Deal: $10 bottomless mimosas, $3 Bloodies, and $5 Marco's Mules are just a few of the reasons to come here. Pizza for breakfast, lunch, or dinner -- nothing wrong with that, either! Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-3pm.
2124 Larimer Street
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas for $11, Bloodies/Manmosas for $7, and bacon Bloodies for $8. All of these should be enjoyed on the rooftop patio. Every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-2pm.
1600 E 17th Ave
The Deal: Do the bottomless mimosas for $15, or get a carafe of mimosas for $12, which holds about four or five glasses worth... depending on who you're with. Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-3pm.
538 E 17th Ave
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas for $10.50, Bloody Mary bar with pepper vodka for $6.50, and $4 Red Bud Lights (Bud Light + tomato juice). Available Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-1pm.
Max's Gill and Grill
1052 S Gaylord St
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas for $8.50 with purchase of an entree, build-your-own Bloody Mary bar for $5 with purchase of entree. Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-2pm.
Wash Park Grille
1096 S Gaylord St
The Deal: Brunch is only available Sundays from 10am-2pm, but there's the option of buffet-style or regular brunch service, along with $6 single mimosas or bottomless ones for only $9.
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1. Tamayo1400 Larimer St, Denver
2. The Corner Office1401 Curtis St, Denver
3. Panzano909 17th St, Denver
4. Jezebel's Southern Bistro + Bar3301 Tejon St, Denver
5. Root Down1600 W 33rd Ave, Denver
6. La Biblioteca1610 Little Raven St, Denver
7. Zengo1610 Little Raven St, Denver
8. Second Home Kitchen + Bar150 Clayton Ln, Denver
9. The Lobby2191 Arapahoe St, Denver
10. Barricuda's1076 Ogden St, Denver
11. Punch Bowl Social65 Broadway, Denver
12. The Hornet76 Broadway, Denver
13. Marco's Coal-Fired Pizzeria2129 Larimer St, Denver
14. Ignite! Fire-Crafted Food + Rooftop Bar2124 Larimer St, Denver
15. Parallel Seventeen1600 East 17th Ave, Denver
16. Tavern Uptown538 E 17th Ave Pkwy, Denver
The Larimer Square Mexican spot you know and love now looks like a million bucks, because that's exactly the amount they spent on renovations. But that wasn't the only part of this extensive makeover: the folks behind Tamayo also decided to add 60 bottles to their already-impressive tequila selection and to change the menu up a bit. They're now featuring street-food-style tacos (including a brisket one), queso fresco-coated corn, and an innovative take on quesadillas. Extreme Makeover: Cantina Edition was a success.
Not only does TCO have an awesome happy hour with cheaps drinks, it's also located right next to the theater so you can grab a bite or drinks before a show.
Lauded as one of Denver's best Italian destinations, Panzano prepares artful plates of Northern Italian food inside Hotel Monaco. Its menu is a welcome break from the modern American fare that many hotel restaurants stray towards, featuring unique dishes like house-made pasta with lamb ragú and gluten-free options (a rarity at any carb-centric restaurant). The space, while eschewing the white tablecloth aesthetic, is polished and draws many a businessman, so brush up on your dressy casual dress before dining here.
Cooking up southern-style eats, Jezebel's brings LoHi everything from catfish to chicken to tomatoes fried up and delicious.
Chef-owner Justin Cucci turned an old gas station into a trendy restaurant that uses all the right, hipster-friendly ingredients; offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options; and serves a bottomless mimosa brunch. The dimly-lit space features mosaic windows (with excellent views) and eclectic art, but the universally lovable dishes, like spinach and ricotta gnocchi and diver scallops, are likely what make this funky spot a neighborhood staple.
La Biblioteca stocks its shelves full of 360 different tequilas and mezcals to choose from, and if you want to reserve one kind for yourself, it has lockers to store your bottle(s) in. The Latin-Asian menu brings items like pork belly steam buns with chipotle hoisin and banh mi dog sliders stuffed with housemade franks, chicken pate, serranos, and pickled daikon.
Bon Appétit Restaurateur of the Year Richard Sandoval brings Latin-Asian flavor and over 400 tequilas to this Riverfront Park adjacent hot spot. Prepare your taste buds and your liver.
Second Home is a nouveau-comfy Cherry Creek spot serving up "American home cooking with spins on timeless favorites." Think along the lines of tender belly sausage and a Mediterranean frittata, and you know what? You deserve it.
The Lobby is a Denverite hangout that can't be missed. The non-stuffy atmosphere makes you feel ready and able to consume mostly all calories on the menu, while throwing back some serious libations.
Barricuda's is open until 1a all week and 4a on Fridays and Saturdays, serving an impressive menu of late night pub fare and late late night breakfast favorites. With karaoke, pool, and cheap drinks, Barricuda's is a true full-service neighborhood dive.
It might advertise itself as a restaurant and bar, but Punch Bowl Social is first and foremost a game hall. The 24,000sqft space features skeeball, shuffleboard, bowling, and a handful of arcade games. Though the whole set-up is kiddish in nature, retro decor gives it a cool, mature boost and polished bites like truffle kettle chips and cauliflower nachos elevate the experience to a tasteful level, making it worthy of the reservations you'll likely have to make.
They have homemade pop tarts, bourbon banana french toast, beer, and... wait, do you need more reasons to get out of bed for brunch?!
Hailed as one of the best pizza's in the Mile High City, stop by this Ballpark joint for a pre-game pie (and beer!), and choose from a huge selection of toppings and styles.
Ignite's a 4800sqft "urban gastropub" with great views, and a wood-fired oven that burns at 700 degrees to crank out all sorts of hearty eats like buffalo meatloaf, wood-roasted herb chicken, mac 'n cheese, and various burgers.
Parallel 17 is a Denver hotspot serving up everything from a Sizzling Saigon crepe to a Northern-style yellow curry with Saigon baguettes.