Keeping in mind that there is one thing that brings all San Franciscans together, last year we created a list of all of the bottomless brunches in the city. But times change. Prices go up (or down -- holla Luna Park!). Restaurants close (or open!) or sadly stop serving brunch altogether (why Cafe Taboo, why????). So we thought it was time to go back to every single brunch, update the deals, add the new ones, drink our way through all of them, and take naps zzzzzzzzz.
So yeah. Basically, here's every important boozy brunch in SF. All 65 of 'em. Go forth and try them all. We believe in you.
Hillside Supper Club
300 Precita Ave
The Deal: Making the trip to Bernal Heights is worth it when $19 bottomless mimosas are waiting for you.
2251 Market St
The Deal: How many mimosas can you drink in an hour and a half? Find out for $9.
2367 Market St
The Deal: Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $15 on weekends, and Friday from 1130am-3pm for those of you "working from home".
3499 16th St
The Deal: $18 for all-you-can-drink mimosas made with fresh OJ, every freaking day from 8am-3pm.
476 Castro St
The Deal: $9 AYCD orange or grapefruit mimosas.
Cove on Castro Cafe
434 Castro St
The Deal: $10.95 bottomless mimosas during breakfast -- all day, erry day.
464 Castro St
The Deal: On Saturdays & Sundays, dig that fiver out of your couch for bottomless mimosas to compliment your brunch.
Cafe La Taza
4230 18th St
The Deal: Yes, you’ll have put on pants, but make it in any day of the week before 3pm for $10 all-you-can-drink mimosas. Take that, pants.
The Doctor’s Lounge
4826 Mission St
The Deal: You can pair either Opera Prima Brut ($12) or Jaume Serra Cristalino Cava ($20) with your choice of juice for bottomless MYO mimosas, Saturdays and Sundays from 8am to 2pm.
Golden Gate Park
1000 Great Hwy
The Deal: Sunday only; $27.50 includes bottomless Champagne -- just know there's a two-hour time limit.
409 Gough St (at Hayes)
The Deal: Make it bellinis or mimosas for $14, $16 for Bloody Marys, Saturdays and Sundays only. Last call is 2:45pm but if you ask real nice, they’ll let you down as many as you can in 15 minutes before they officially stop serving at 3pm. Brunch reservations suggested or get your drink on (no food purchase required) at the bar located inside the restaurant.
1607 Ocean Ave
The Deal: If you happen to be in Ingleside, you're not out of luck, because they have $10 AYCD mimosas from 12-3pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Good news, NFL fans: the deal starts at 10am on Sunday during football season.
737 Irving St
The Deal: Feed your bottomless mimosa pasión for only $12 if you buy an entree. Saturdays and Sundays only, yo.
The Corner Store
5 Masonic Ave
The Deal: It's $15 for bottomless mimosas on Saturdays and Sundays. But you should buck the brunch trend and try a burger... though their brunch is delicious, too.
2001 Chestnut St
The Deal: You can't beat $10 AYCD mimosas. 10am-3pm. Weekends.
3213 Scott St
The Deal: Over here it's $14 for bottomless sparkling wine and OJ until 2pm.
Eastside West Restaurant & Bar
3154 Fillmore St
The Deal: $25 plus an entree item at brunch from 11am-2pm is all you need to make some bottomless (mimosa) mistakes at one of our Bad Decision Bars.
3232 Scott St
The Deal: $14 non-stop 'mosas with a brunch entree purchase.
Stock in Trade
2036 Lombard St
The Deal: $15 bottomless bubbles "any way you want it", provided the ways are Bellini, mimosa, or pomegranate puree.
2150 Chestnut St
The Deal: $17 AYCD mimosas every day from 9am-4pm, for all your bottomless work lunch needs.
2140 Mission St
The Deal: $12 unlimited bubbles and OJ. Available on the patio!
3465 19th St
The Deal: Skip your job (or "job") and grab $12 bottomless mimosas (with an order of food), Tues-Sun 'til 5pm. Or: 86 the food and get the same deal for $22.
Dr Teeth and the Electric Mayhem
2323 Mission St
The Deal: $15 here grabs you AYCD mimosas or "Mendotas", which're a combo of beer and grapefruit juice.
694 Valencia St
The Deal: For $13.95, they'll make sure your mimosas and sangria are kept full until 3pm.
2565 Mission St
The Deal: $12 AYCD mimosas, plus live music from noon-3pm!
Mission Rock Resort
817 Terry Francois Blvd
The Deal: It's $16 never-ending 'mosas and views (depending on how foggy it is that day).
777 Valencia St
The Deal: Unlimited mimosa refills for $14 with brunch, or $16 without. Note: bros don't let bros drink on an empty stomach.
758 Valencia St
The Deal: $12 for AYCD mimosas with food, or $16 without which... see above.
2193 Mission St
The Deal: $10 all-you-can-drink mimosas with a $10 brunch entree. SCORE.
1609 Polk St
The Deal: $12 for allllllllll the mimosas.
1500 Hyde St
The Deal: It's $12.50 bottomless mimosas and, woah, no entree purchase needed!
1507 Polk St
The Deal: Every Saturday & Sunday from 10am-3pm, your choice of $12 bottomless mimosas or $5 Bloody Marys.
1653 Polk St
The Deal: $12 bottomless mimosas, need we say more?
3945 24th St
The Deal: $12 for endless mimosas with a brunch entree order.
565 Green St
The Deal: Grab some $15 bottomless 'mosas with your aging Italian Grandfather... or friend your age who's been begging for you to come to his (impossible-to-find-parking-in) 'hood.
510 Union St
The Deal: Here, it's $17 (with a one-and-a-half-hour limit) for AYCD "aguas fresca" mimosas, sangrias, or margs (!!) on the weekends.
2448 Clement St
The Deal: $15 for infinity mimosas, at yet another place that only does them Mon-Fri (?) 11am-3pm.
2020 Fillmore St
The Deal: Grab/fight for a seat and get $14 AYCD bellinis at one of Pac Heights' best sports bars (not available on holidays or during major sporting events).
2801 California St
The Deal: Here, it's $18 for bottomless mimosas or "Spritzes" (Prosecco with ingredients like watermelon & lime or basil & blueberry).
2101 Sutter St
The Deal: $17 bottomless mimosas and soju Bloody Marys seven glorious days a week.
1500 Broadway St
The Deal: $16.50 will get you every single one of the mimosas. Or order from Nick's Crispy Tacos (which you know you want to do anyway) and get them for $13.50.
Cliff House Terrace Room Champagne Brunch
1090 Point Lobos
The Deal: Probably the fanciest option on this list, it's $49 for a main course, salad, dessert, and all-you-can-consume mimosas and Champagne. Sundays only, seatings at 10am, noon, and 2pm.
299 9th St
The Deal: In somewhat of a twist, all-you-can-drink sangria for $15 -- Sundays only.
Local Kitchen & Wine Merchant
330 1st St
The Deal: 14 bucks for AYCDown mimosas with entree.
Nova Bar and Restaurant
555 2nd St
The Deal: Bottomless OJ-bubbles for $12 at brunch.
860 Folsom St
The Deal: $20 never-ending mimosas. $22 if you want to cycle through three or four flavors, or go for bottomless Bloodys for $20
680 2nd St
The Deal: $12 for a quajillion mimosas (with cranberry, apple, grapefruit, or peach), OR create your own Bloody Mary. All-you-can-eat: $18 buffet.
The Pink Elephant
142 Minna St
The Deal: Pink Elephant doesn't mess around with their bottomless brunch. For $18, they keep the Champagne coming and you get to pick from 20 fresh-squeezed juices.
1155 Folsom St
The Deal: $30 for one brunch entree and endless mimosas on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30am-3pm.
620 Jones St
The Deal: $16 (cash-only!) for a king's ransom of mimosas, Sunday only, on the TL's best rooftop.
675 Ellis St
The Deal: $15 for the bottomless mimosas you (mr)crave.
Chambers Eat + Drink
601 Eddy St
The Deal: Saturdays only, grab $12 AYCD mimosas with the purchase of an entree.
25 Mason St
The Deal: You're gonna want a reservation (or pull up to the bar) for $16 bottomless mimosas and a redonk $21.95 brunch spread.
1300 on Fillmore
1300 Fillmore St
The Deal: $12 for unlimited pomosas. What are those, you ask? Sparkling wine, PAMA liqueur, and a splash of juice.
Gussie’s Chicken & Waffle
1521 Eddy St
The Deal: $12 bottomless mimosas all day, everyday AND chicken & waffles a-plenty. Be gone, hangover!
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1. Nickies466 Haight St, San Francisco
2. Uva Enoteca568 Haight St, San Francisco
3. Lightning Tavern1875 Union St, San Francisco
4. Bin 383232 Scott St, San Francisco
5. Stock In Trade2036 Lombard St, San Francisco
6. Blackwood2150 Chestnut St, San Francisco
7. The Sycamore2140 Mission St, San Francisco
8. Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem2323 Mission St, San Francisco
9. Balancoire2565 Mission St, San Francisco
10. Mission Rock Resort817 Terry A Francois Blvd, San Francisco
11. Rosamunde Sausages in the Mission2382 Mission St, San Francisco
12. The Vestry777 Valencia St, San Francisco
13. Harry's Bar2020 Fillmore St, San Francisco
14. Wild Hare2801 California St, San Francisco
15. Bullitt2209 Polk St, San Francisco
16. Jones620 Jones St, San Francisco
17. Chambers601 Eddy St, San Francisco
18. Farmerbrown25 Mason St, San Francisco
19. Bisou Bistronomy2367 Market St, San Francisco
20. Kitchen Story3499 16th St, San Francisco
21. SliderBar2295 Market St, San Francisco
22. The Corner Store5 Masonic Ave, San Francisco
It's hard to keep track of all the bottomless mimosa brunches in San Francisco, but Nickies in the Lower Haight stands out as one of the cheapest. Entrees like Belgian waffles and eggs Benedict hover around $10, and bottomless mimosas (there's a two-hour limit) are only $8. The divey bar scene makes it an untraditional spot for brunch, but that's part of the charm.
Uva's happy hour is pretty stellar for a classier wine bar. If things get too rowdy, order one of their meat & cheese plates and simmer down.
Unabashedly divey, Lighting Tavern carries Fireball, Fernet, tater tot nachos, and chicken wing buckets all in equal parts. Grab a seat on the outdoor patio to sip down bottomless mimosas as you prepare yourself for one of the booziest brunches in town (or dinners or happy hours). Even if you don't take advantage of the bottomless offer, the Scotch egg- and poutine-filled menu will have you overindulging in a different way.
Bin 38 covers the prerequisite bases with an onyx marble bar, cork walls, a gourmet menu (Steak Tartare, Grilled Quail, etc), and 125-bottle wine list that'll satisfy the snootiest swish-spitters.
From the guys behind Wreck Room, Stock in Trade serves playful American bar food, like sausage mac & cheese and pork spareribs, in an atmosphere that, fittingly, doesn't take itself too seriously: porthole mirrors outfit the walls and there's a half-size bocce ball court in the dining room. The Marina joint also serves a killer brunch with the likes of chimichurri-doused steak and egg sandwich and corned beef hash available to accompany your bottomless bubbles (bellinis or mimosas, plus a delicious pomegranate puree).
Blackwood is a Thai-American fusion spot in the Marina that's got two fireside communal tables and pillow-equipped banquettes. As for the food, Blackwood stays true to its mission and keeps things classically Thai and American at the same time, offering tom yum, pad thai, noodle soups, and other Thai standouts alongside more domestic fare like burgers, chicken sandwiches, and a breakfast menu packed with eggs, bacon, and more.
The Sycamore is a Mission dive bar and day drinking destination. The bottomless mimosa brunch is $8 with an order of food, all of which is a) cheap, b) really good. There are four kinds of sliders and eggs Benedict, and the Maker's Mark bourbon-glazed pork belly donuts define sweet and salty goodness. An outdoor patio, board games, and free Wi-Fi make the Sycamore the kind of chill place you want to hang out at all weekend long.
Although inspired by the famed Muppet band, this place is about as devoid of Muppets as you can get. What they do have, however, is cheap wings, liquor on tap and beers served in Mason jars. We think this more than makes up for a little Hensonless-ness.
French for what your parents did with your friends' parents in the '70s (swing!), Balancoire is a Mission-located bar-cum-club-cum-restaurant featuring burlesque happy hours, French/Creole eats, and one of the largest dancefloors in the Mission.
On those all-too-precious sunny days in SF, there’s nothing more quintessentially summer than finding a patio by the water and savoring cocktails while slurping oysters and enjoying stunning views of the bay. Mission Rock Resort knows this all too well, hence the 99-cent oysters weekdays from 3-7pm, pristinely sourced seafood, and refreshing cocktails like pineapple daiquiris and pisco punch.
Rosamunde's outpost's twice as big (with communal tables by the window, a flat-screen-spying cyprus bar, and cushy banquettes) and so will you be, 'cause on top of the bountiful menu served in the Lower Haight (e.g., spicy Merguez sausage, etc.) they also feature a number of awesome brews on tap.
Under the same roof as the historic music venue, The Chapel, you can find an equally historic bar and restaurant in a former funeral parlor where you can stop for a burger before the show, grab a cocktail after, or claim a seat on the heated patio for brunch. Important note on said brunch: fried chicken with biscuits smothered in pepper jelly and bottomless mimosas are involved.
A Pac Heights institution for 30-plus years, hit this expansive, TV-laden sports bar on a Sunday and find the corner of the crowd with the folks rooting for your specific team (no matter where you’re from, every fan base gets represented). Harry’s decor has resisted changing away from the days when it was more of a classy cocktail bar, but now you'll find twenty- and thirty-somethings plowing through club sandwiches and platters of Buffalo wings instead of their parents doing... whatever folks did back then!
Owned by the same group that runs Dr. Teeth in the Mission and Tonic in Russian Hill, this classed-up sports bar has some of the same favorites from it’s sister bars (including Garlic Dungeness Crab Tater Tots!) and, like Dr. Teeth, rocks Jameson & Fernet on draft. The big difference however, is in the Alice in Wonderland-themed decor. You haven’t lived until you’ve enjoyed a maple sausage corn dog with the Queen of Hearts staring you right in the face.
Bullitt's got a finely designed interior to match the retro coolness of the Steve McQueen flick it was named after. Sporting a sheet metal bar with low-hanging Edison bulbs and fine wood paneling, this Russian Hill district favorite's got and endless supply of bottled beer and food just as laid-back as the crowd who frequent it with a small selection of bar bites ideal for hardcore cheese-lovers. From the thick beef burgers, to the nachos, to the widely beloved tater tots, everything's covered head to toe in the stuff.
Jones is a Nob Hill hot spot where you can sip fresh cocktails on the expansive and impressive heated rooftop -- perfect for a sunny brunch with friends or drinks under the stars. It’s the biggest rooftop bar in the city, meaning there’s plenty of room for you and your crew to gather for some live music, which it offers six nights a week.
Chambers, inside the Tenderloin's Phoenix Hotel, has two sides: the interior, evocative of a contemporary speakeasy with dark-wood walls and shelves of records, and the exterior, which features a poolside patio (and a roll-down enclosure) so you can enjoy your drinks in the sunshine, no matter how windy it is. The menu features next-level bar bites like roasted beets with burrata, creamy polenta, and pork belly with tomato kimchee, as well as a hearty burger with shiitake relish, manchego cheese, and kewpie mayo.
This super-popular Union Square spot sets the San Francisco standard for Southern soul food with an upscale menu of BBQ baby back ribs, biscuits and gravy, and cheesy grits. Most notable is the chicken and waffles, also served at sister joint Little Skillet. Bottomless weekend brunch is Farmerbrown's most popular time, and if you don't make a reservation, your best bet is to put your name down and get a head start on the mimosas at the bar.
Bisou Bistro takes the party atmosphere of its Castro neighborhood and manages to seamlessly marry it with French fine dining. The nightly dinner menu is laden with classics, like duck confit and boeuf bourguignon, which rival dishes at other high-end French spots in the city, while bottomless mimosa brunches, a late-night dinner (Bisou is open until 1am Thurs-Sat), and club music blasting every night keep things casual. Unsure what you want? Try the three-course tasting menu or really indulge with the four-course foie gras menu.
From the same crew behind Sweet Maple and Blackwood, Kitchen Story's a California cuisine-ery in the Mish-stro that looks just like every other "typical suburban family breakfast nook that unexplainably seats 50 people". Only we doubt they have items like Kitchen Story's "Millionaire's Way" with bacon, grilled organic asparagus and smoky maple syrup sauce.
Slider options count the D-Lux (Kobe beef w/ Swiss, pickled onions, little gem, chipotle ketchup, truffle aioli), the 3 Alarm (w/ habanero pepper jam, sliced serranos, pickled jalapenos), and the Hot Chick (ground chicken w/ a serrano/garlic/lime/tomatillo patty, and crushed tortilla chips on a multi-grain bun) -- all of which can come with regular, garlic, truffle, or sweet potato fries in a solo-sized "regular" or a catcher-from-Sandlot-sized "family".
The Corner Store is set in a completely renovated space that was once a soda shop and then a speakeasy. Now, it's a 20-seat, outdoor-patio-featuring restaurant dominated by a mix of wood and white tile. The menu mixes things up with both small and large plates, which include lamb shoulder pasta, roasted duck breast, and brioche dinner rolls.