Sure, Bloody Marys are pretty great, but you know what makes ‘em even better? Getting bottomless and/or heavily discounted versions of ‘em (or mimosas, bellinis, and other AM-appropriate drinks) during brunch. It’s so great that we rounded up every single such boozy brunch deal in Atlanta, and broke ‘em down by ‘hood, just for you.
Jack’s Pizza and Wings
Old Fourth Ward
676 Highland Ave NE
The Deal: In addition to its consistently solid menu, Jack’s offers $4 Bloody Marys and Marias. For the more adventurous (yet still fiscally conservative) drinker, there’s Jack’s unique Sweetie Pie Mary, made with creamy Guinness and Pinot Noir.
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Little Five Points
351 Moreland Ave NE
The Deal: $19 gets you a bucket of mimosas, an entire bottle of bubbly Champagne, or endless carafes of fresh-squeezed orange juice. For something more savory, tear up the famous $6 Bloody Mary bar with 100 different toppings.
Elder Tree Public House
469 Flat Shoals Ave SE
The Deal: This place doesn’t just have $3.50 mimosas, Bloody Marys, and margaritas, it has a legit draft beer selection. Maybe most importantly, it has a Tip Top Breakfast Sandwich, which is a pile of meat (rashers, bangers, house bacon) and a fried egg on a baguette.
475 Bill Kennedy Way SE
The Deal: Whether you want to drink a little ($7 specialty Marys) or a lot ($19 pitchers of mimosas), you’re covered. Better still, the brunch menu changes weekly based on what’s seasonally available, so it’s full of delicious surprises.
1242 Glenwood Ave SE
The Deal: Start your day off right by sipping on $9 bottomless mimosas or $3 Bloody Marys, and don’t miss out on the breakfast burrito. Generously filled with scrambled eggs, cheese, fried potatoes, onions, and peppers (and optional add-on meats), it is the cure for whatever ails you.
The Midway Pub
552 Flat Shoals Ave SE
The Deal: With $2 Full Sail Session Red or Black Lagers and house-infused vodkas for the Bloody Marys that change weekly (previous flavors include salsa fresca, lemongrass, jalapeño serrano, and BACON), Midway proves heaven exists... in a glass.
Edgewood Corner Tavern
464 Edgewood Ave SE, multiple locations
The Deal: Drinking bottomless mimosas for $13.50 will work up a killer appetite, which you must satiate with the Devil Fried Chicken Sandwich (fried chicken topped with a fried egg and strawberry jam).
510 Piedmont Ave
The Deal: Wash down the incredible new lobster waffles or killer sweet potato waffles and lox with your choice of $4 mimosas and Bloody Marys or $5 red sangria or rum punch served in a Tiki glass.
2460 Cumberland Pkwy SE
The Deal: With different specials on Saturday and Sunday, you can choose from $7 pitches of beer or $4 speciality shots, like the Angry Ball, a spicy, WTF-ish blend of Angry Orchard cider and Fireball liquor.
Bantam + Biddy
1544 Piedmont Avenue Northeast #301
The Deal: When mimosas and Bloody Marys are just $4 a pop, use your extra cash for the Big Chicken Skillet, a veritable mountain of cheesy potato hash topped with three fried chicken tenders and three eggs cooked however you like.
1551 Piedmont Ave NE
The Deal: HOBNOB knows how to make brunch easy on you: $15 bottomless mimosas and the Wake and Bake Pizza: sausage, Canadian bacon, spinach, bell peppers, caramelized onions, and three eggs over easy.
Smith’s Olde Bar
1578 Piedmont Ave NE
The Deal: Everybody knows Smith’s is a legendary place to grab a drink and a delicious bite before seeing some great live music, but now everybody also knows it offers up $3 mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys on Sundays.
1397 North Highland Avenue NE
The Deal: For $16, give your hangover some TLC with Rosebud’s signature 32oz Orange Stillman, a refreshing blend of vodka, Orange Crush, Champagne, and fresh OJ, served in a Mason jar.
Red Pepper Taqueria
3135 Piedmont Rd NE, multiple locations
The Deal: Sure, it has the requisite $14 pitchers of mimosas, but it also has $5 specialty mimosas with flavors ranging from blood orange to prickly pear. While you’re there, order the crowd-favorite chorizo Benedict.
3717 Roswell Rd
The Deal: This Buckhead favorite not only has $15 bottomless mimosas, but its brunch hours last longer than most-: 12:30-5pm. You can also enjoy live music or bring along your dog to their outdoor gazebo bar.
3227 Roswell Rd NE
The Deal: $10 bottomless mimosas. Use your extra cash to chow down on any number of meaty menu options like burgers and wings.
Eclipse di Luna
4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd
The Deal: Its brunch menu offers the same flavor and creativity as its award-winning tapas. Oh, and it has $17 bottomless mimosas and half-off bottles of wine during brunch, too.
3400 Around Lenox Rd NE #304
The Deal: This upscale sports bar is known for its sophisticated and inventive menu, which includes things like eggs and fried oysters Rockefeller. Hit up the $6 Bloody Mary bar and get down like a gentleman.
The Ritz Carlton
181 Peachtree St NE
You can dive into the endless $15 build-your-own Champagne bar with bellinis, mimosas, and more... if you’re willing to also buy the $75 brunch.
800 Peachtree St NE
The Deal: Take the sting out of your hangover with $16 bottomless mimosas -- or go for the $7 sangria blanca, made in-house with their own strawberry basil syrup.
848 Peachtree St NE
The Deal: Grab a seat on the spacious patio and people-watch while you throw back $5 Bloody Marys and $3 mimosas and try to remember what you did last night.
1077 Juniper St NE
The Deal: Like most places, Einstein’s serves up Bloody Marys (hit the $7.50 bar), but it also offers $2 Jim Beam, Jager, Cuervo Silver, Fireball, and Junior Johnson apple pie shorties for those who can’t get down with liquored-up tomato juice.
The Tavern at Phipps
3500 Peachtree Rd
The Deal: The $15 “Champagne of Breakfasts” features an ice-cold Miller High Life with two chicken biscuits, bacon, sausage, hashbrowns, and huevos rancheros on a silver platter.
1842 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE
The Deal: $20 gets you unlimited Pan-Latin food and drinks, including mimositas (sparkly mimosas), sangria, Bloody Marias, and mojitos.
1180 Peachtree St
The Deal: This elegant spot features $1 mimosas and Bloody Marys, both of which taste divine with their eggs Savannah: two poached eggs, an English muffin, Georgia shrimp and crab cakes, sautéed spinach, and dynamite Creole hollandaise.
905 Juniper St NE
The Deal: On Saturdays and Sundays you can enjoy $15 bottomless mimosas that will surely do the nearly impossible: make the fried chicken & red velvet waffles with cream cheese syrup taste that much better.
Bone Lick BBQ
1133 Huff Rd NW
The Deal: $10 bottomless mimosas are even better paired with the mega-meaty $7 Porkgasm, an English muffin crammed full with a fried egg, bacon, tasso ham, a sausage patty, pulled pork, and cheese.
1992 Hosea L Williams Dr NE
The Deal: Saturdays, get down on the $15 all-you-can-drink mimosas and poinsettias (Champagne and cranberry). Sundays, in addition to a live bluegrass band, you can enjoy the same drinks individually sized for $5.
1950 Hosea L Williams Dr NE
The Deal: Stuff yourself with $15 bottomless mimosas, which pair nicely with the migas plate, a blend of scrambled eggs, salsa, green chilies, tortilla chips, and Monterrey Jack cheese served alongside refried beans and tortillas.
308 W Ponce de Leon Ave
The Deal: Cafe Lily cranks out some of the city’s most creative and delicious Mediterranean food, so dig into the mind-blowing Greek lamb and eggs while drinking $5 mimosas and Bloody Marys.
350 Mead Rd
The Deal: Inside this cozy Italian spot you’ll find $4 mimosas and Bloody Marys. If you order the meatball omelet, you’ll also discover how outstanding your otherwise typical omelet can be when you top it with homemade meatballs and marinara sauce.
Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub
1410 Dresden Dr #100
The Deal: Kaleidoscope still offers up bottomless mimosas for under $14, but even more exciting: they’re expanding both the restaurant and menu. Toward the end of the summer, look for a bigger bar (including a pizza oven!), more beers, and new boozy milkshakes.
305 Brookhaven Ave #1200
The Deal: In addition to bottomless mimosas for $15, There has a killer bacon Bloody Mary with bacon, pickled okra, olives, and house pickles, that’s even better than it sounds.
57th Fighter Group
3829 Clairmont Rd
The Deal: It not only has a great brunch menu with build-your-own waffles, omelets, bananas Foster, ice cream sundaes, and more, it also has $2 Champagne and $1 mimosas. Oh, and meat-carving stations.
560 Boulevard SE
The Deal: Slip into this casual, cozy spot and slowly greet the day with each sip of your $5 mimosa or Bloody Mary. It’s even more effective when paired with the spicy steak and eggs.
Six Feet Under
437 Memorial Dr SE, multiple locations
The Deal: The rooftop patio and almost novella-length seafood-centric menu consistently draw rave reviews, as does the freshness and variety of the $6 Bloody Mary bar.
Republic Social House
437 Memorial Dr SE
The Deal: $10 gets you a bottle of Champagne and a carafe of OJ. It’s especially good with the Georgia peach French toast crammed with vanilla cream cheese and guess which kind of fruit.
17 N Avondale Rd
The Deal: In addition to serving up obscenely huge, delicious corn dogs, this spot also cranks out boozy milkshakes and speciality cocktails. Be sure to grab a $6 Sea Witch: a Bloody Mary made with local Batdorf & Bronson coffee and Guinness, and rimmed with Old Bay.
Meehan’s Public House
227 Sandy Springs Pl NE #416, multiple locations
The Deal: Somehow this Irish pub manages to still feel like it belongs on the Emerald Isle despite serving $15 bottomless mimosas.
4969 Roswell Rd #200
The Deal: Simple and sophisticated Southern fare like biscuits, eggs, waffles, and more goes down even better with half-price bottles of wine and $17 bottomless mimosas.
1000 Virginia Ave NE, multiple locations
The Deal: $5 house-made sangria and mimosas and $2 Dos Equis drafts will give you plenty to drink while you ponder which of the delicious Spanish-inspired items to chow down on.
Hand in Hand
752 North Highland Ave NE
The Deal: Smarter than your average pub, Hand in Hand understands there are some days that don’t start until well after noon. So it has $1 PBR and $1 fish tacos all day Sunday.
The Warren City Club
818 North Highland Ave NE
The Deal: Nestled in an upscale loft-like setting with a garden terrace and skyline view, The Warren City Club has awesome ambience and a reliably solid menu. Oh, it also has $4 mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys.
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1. Jack's Pizza & Wings676 Highland Ave NE, Atlanta
2. Front Page News351 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta
3. The Elder Tree Public House469 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta
4. The Shed at Glenwood475 Bill Kennedy Way SE, Atlanta
5. Tomatillos1242 Glenwood Ave SE, Atlanta
6. Midway Pub552 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta
7. Edgewood Corner Tavern464 Edgewood Ave NE, Atlanta
8. Poor Calvin's510 Piedmont Ave, Atlanta
9. Padriac's2460 Cumberland Pkwy SE, Atlanta
10. Bantam & Biddy1544 Piedmont Rd, Atlanta
11. HOBNOB Tavern1551 Piedmont Ave, Atlanta
12. Smith's Olde Bar1578 Piedmont Ave, Atlanta
13. Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar381 Summer St, Somerville
14. Red Pepper Taqueria2149 Briarcliff Rd, Atlanta
15. The Ivy3717 Roswell Rd NE, Atlanta
16. Buckhead Saloon3227 Roswell Rd, Atlanta
17. Eclipse di Luna4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta
18. Dantanna's3400 Around Lenox Rd NE, Atlanta
19. The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead3434 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta
20. Escorpión800 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
21. Einstein's1077 Juniper St NE, Atlanta
22. The Tavern At Phipps3500 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta
23. Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant848 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta
24. Las Margaritas Latin Restaurant Tequila & Rum Bar1842 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE, Atlanta
25. Article 141180 Peachtree St, Atlanta
26. The Lawrence905 Juniper St NE, Atlanta
27. Bone Lick BBQ1133 Huff Rd, Atlanta
28. The Pullman1992 Hosea Williams Dr, Atlanta
29. elmyriachi1950 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta
30. Cafe Lily308 W Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur
31. Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub1410 Dresden Dr NE, Atlanta
32. There305 Brookhaven Ave NE #1200, Brookhaven
33. 57th Fighter Group Restaurant3829 Clairmont Rd, Atlanta
34. Ziba's Bistro560 Boulevard SE, Atlanta
35. Six Feet Under Pub & Fish House, Westside685 11th St NW, Atlanta
36. Republic Social House437 Memorial Dr SE, Atlanta
37. Meehan's Public House232 19th St NW, Ste 7165, Atlanta
38. Food 1014969 Roswell Rd, Atlanta
39. Noche. Tequila & Tapas Bar1000 Virginia Ave NE, Atlanta
40. Hand in Hand752 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta
41. The Warren City Club818 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta
42. Pallookaville Fine Foods17N Avondale Plaza, Avondale Estates
The folks at Jack's fashion the place as a dive bar and they aren't wrong. But with some of the cheapest beer and tastiest pizza and wings around the Old Fourth Ward, labels don't matter much in this joint.
Bringing some NOLA flavor to the ATL, FPN's cooking up good eats like gumbo, po' boys, Cajun Cuban sammies & jambalaya.
This Irish public house offers up traditional pub fare utilizing items like house-cured bacon, fresh salmon, and more. Their crowning achievement is perhaps their Spur burger, which comes with blue cheese, portobella mushrooms, and onion.
An American resto cooking up tasty eats -- like mascarpone ravioli, roasted Peking duck, smoked pork belly hash -- that also hosts wine classes and events like a speakeasy wine dinner.
This counter-service spot serves up Mexican food like tacos plates and fajitas in a flash. Tame the heat with their refreshing cocktails including 8 different types of margaritas.
This East Atlanta Village hot spot has a game room, over 130 brews, signature cocktails (along with frequent drink specials!) and a spacious patio to enjoy all of the above. Enjoy cripsy pimiento cheese fritters and jalapeño bacon jam while sampling a flight of beer.
This spacious, retro spot entertains with bar games like pool, darts and shuffleboard while dishing up comfort food along microbrews and wine. Be sure to stop by for brunch with bottomless mimosas.
Poor Calvin's serves Asian fusion food with Thai and American influences. Check 'em out for their killer brunch, and some of the best chicken and waffles Atlanta has to offer.
This is a casual pub where you can eat classic American fare and watch sports on television. The dark-wood space has brick walls and 39 beers on draught. On weekends, get pitchers of beer for $7 or $4 specialty shots like the Angry Ball, a combination of Angry Orchard Cider and Fireball.
Bantam & Biddy is here to serve you premium bird and pig in a casually cool corner of Ansley Mall with a heated/ covered courtyard patio, a hickory bar sitting on stacked window frames, and orange banquettes with rooster-embellished cushion pins.
Hobnob's a modestly sized neighborhood tavern with orange/yellow walls, candelabra chandeliers, a stone-ringed fireplace, and a heated patio, founded by the bros who gave you Gilbert's in Midtown, and offering blessedly inexpensive comfort food, craft beers, and even alcoholic milkshakes -- made with the real stuff, as they firmly refuse to bring all the soys to the yard.
Smith's has a grip of Steelers memorabilia donated by the owner of McTighe's (who hosted the Steel City Mafia for 20yrs before moving), and offers a complimentary "Steelers Buffet" with wings, boiled peanuts, and kettle chips with Big Mom's Dip, something you wish she wouldn't do whenever they play Freak Nasty at the club.
Located in Davis Square, Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar offers roadhouse regional comfort food from Chef/Partner John Delpha and Chef/Owner Joe Cassinelli, known for his nearby Davis Square faves Posto and The Painted Burro. There are traditional plates like fried green tomatoes and the fried chicken thigh platter, as well as distinctive must-try dishes like dry fried green beans (with smoked pork shoulder) and the "BBQ Baconator Meatloaf Fatty" (poblano-onion gravy).
Alcohol flows freely at Red Pepper Taqueria - there are hand-crafted margaritas, more than 100 tequilas, and draft tables where you can pour your own beer. And if you're in the mood for some food with your drinks, get a taco or other Mexican fare.
Ivy's provides a guy-livable, tavern-ish environment thanks to clean-lined dark wood walls/floors, and their signature eats like roasted jalapeno honey wings or house-cut fries/chips toppable w/ melted Brie, Applewood bacon, chicken, steak, chili, etc, then 'wiches like the "Moose & Man" (fried/buffalo-tossed chicken hoagie w/ gorgonzola).
Saloon's got a hunting lodge-styled spread with dark leather couches, a mounted deer's head, and a patio periodically filled with plastic swimming pools, serving up tasty bar food like mozz sticks and their signature Saloon nachos.
With tapas that run the gamut from vegan to gluten-free to Sunday brunch, plus live Latin music, Eclipse di Luna is a go-to for groups and dates. A trip to this Mexican eatery is an energizing experience -- even the colorful decor, with pops of red in the curtains, napkins, and wall art add to the vibrancy. With a cocktail in your hand (maybe a tangerine margarita or a Spanish-style gin & tonic?), Eclipse di Luna will keep your foot tapping for hours.
With plenty of flat screens, all-American beers, and locally sourced dishes that, while upscale, are reminiscent of tailgating eats, Dantanna's has you covered for the big game. A couple house specialities: beer-battered shrimp and heirloom Berkshire pork rib chop. If the game's got you fired up and you're feeling a bit more adventurous, go for the Heart Attack burger (ground beef topped with a sunny-side-up egg, a double order of thick-sliced hickory-smoked bacon & fried onions, served between two grilled cheese sandwiches).
Located inside the Ritz Carlton, this restaurant offers an exceptional and upscale dining experience. They feature classic American cuisine colored with the flavors of coastal Italy, France and Spain. Stop by for the city's most renowned Sunday brunch, complete with a $15 endless build-your-own champagne bar with bellinis, mimosas and more.
This upscale Mexican eatery, colored by Day of the Dead decor, features tacos, tequila and an outdoor patio. Chef-owner Riccardo Ullio captures the authentic tastes and ingredients indigenous of Mexico.
This eatery offers unique takes on Southern comfort classics. They have a patio and a very popular weekend brunch featuring $7.50 Bloody Marys as well as $2 Jim Beam, Jager, Cuervo Silver and Junior Johnson apple pie shorties.
This is where the beautiful people come to have a nip or two. Whether you’re a Buckhead Betty or a Buckhead Beau, you can certainly set up your next booty call, and are all but guaranteed a full meal, flashy cocktails, and flying napkins.
Unique architecture and modern day decor make for a cool and comfortable space at this 450-seat restaurant. There's an outdoor patio, billiard room and brewery, and their brunch features delicious (and cheap!) $5 Bloody Marys and $3 mimosas.
The newly renovated Las Margaritas combinedsthe best of Spanish, Colombian, Argentinean, Cuban and Mexican food and hospitality. It is a lively, casual space for live music, authentic food and delicious margaritas.
A restaurant and lounge, Article 14 is sleekly designed with an old-school finish. Named for its 14 items that rotate daily on its menu, pairing its indulgent dishes with a large glass of wine makes for a fine evening.
The gang behind Sound Table and Top Flr has taken over the old Lupe space to open a minimalist, subway-tiled, primer-painted supper-house-meets-train-station. At The Lawrence, you'll find several creations made with house infusions (lavender mint tea vodka, cinnamon-chipotle-infused añejo tequila, lemongrass-infused rye) and other ass-kicking drinks like the Armagnac-mixed Brooklyn Social Scene.
Bone Lick's a saucy meat mecca with a recycled wood bar and skee-ball pointed out by a gigantic lit-up carnival arrow.
Although it’s often confused with The Paxton, The Pullman is actually a new community-centric gastropub taking its name from Kirkwood's historic rail yards, and opening Friday with an almost jailhouse-y vibe, plus a seating area with a free lending library of books and board games hidden in a chest, which means this Operation's sure to gain some buzz.
From the geniuses that created Elmyr, this Kirkwood location knows it's burritos. We suggest the Jimmy Mucho -- s meat-laden giant that comes with your choice of meat (we recommend going with the brisket) and is topped in BBQ sauce and curtido.
This cozy Mediterranean bistro cranks out creative and delicious food from gyros to puttanesca. Stop by for brunch and tip back a couple $5 Bloody Marys and mimosas.
With a great beer selection, global eats offerings, and a killer brunch menu, Kaleidoscope is definitely worth a trip.
Consistently topping the list of Atlanta’s best, Executive Chef Brian Traudt knows how to create killer dishes and cocktails. Try the Bloody Mary with bacon, pickled okra, and a savory house mix that goes great with a heaping pile of fried avocados. The space is dressed up with shark-fin blue walls (it's a real color), an original painting by Herbert Creecy (a Jackson Pollock student), and a J-shaped bar made from recycled hardwood floors.
This eatery has a WWII-themed decor and a view of the runway serving American dishes such as beer cheese soup. Be sure to come by for brunch where you can hit up the various meat-carving stations and get a bang for your buck with $2 champagne and $1 mimosas.
Set in the former Solstice Cafe, Ziba's is a rustic bistro of Mediterranean meals, vinos, and hookahs, with casual hallway seating enclosed by brick and red stucco walls, plus a main dining area with a dark wood communal table.
A rooftop bar with greenery and awesome views, SFU's got all the brews, 'tails, and seafood you need for a perfectly chill & boozy day.
Enjoy food (think creative sandwiches, appetizers, and classic brunch options ) and drinks alongside carnival-style games. Grab a pint and play ring toss, Jenga, and beer pong at this Grant Park favorite, which also boasts weekly menu specials and relaxing rooftop patio.
Meehan's is your one stop shop for true Irish pubbiness, boasting knockout burgers and pints, right in the heart of Midtown. Check out their patio'd outdoor space for a brew and a bite. We think that Meehan's is the best Irish pub in Atlanta, but you'll have to stop by and see for yourself.
Food 101's got a casual Southern feel accented by butcher block tables. More importantly, it added the Barrel Bar, which complements the resto with its own selection of plates like duck fat fries, plus a cocktail menu built on the framework of two dozen bourbons.
Margaritas and tapas like blackened shrimp with tomatoes and onions in a lemon-cream sauce abound in this Spanish-themed tequilaria.
With black and gold trim and a Victorian-style interior, Atkins Park's Hand In Hand is the closest thing you'll find to an actual English pub in Atlanta. Daily specials send prices through the floor so you won't break the bank if you venture outside the fried mushroom and deviled egg snacks and head straight for the classic bangers and mash or a New York strip. There's usually a few tables available on the wrap-around patio, and they've got plenty of space for your whole group, their plates, and their frosty imported pints.
This sprawling 3-floor restaurant is surprisingly homey with multiple fireplaces, a garden terrace and a skyline view. Be sure to wake up for brunch where you can sling back $4 mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys while trying to remember exactly what it is you did last night.
For all of those times you're craving a ginormous corn dog, head to this retro spot that also slings boozy milkshakes. Whatever you do, don't forget to order the $6 Sea Witch, an awesome twist on a Bloody Mary made with local Batdorf & Bronson coffee and Guinness and rimmed with Old Bay seasoning.