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Bottomless Mimosa Guide: Sonoma Wine Garden

April 1, 2011

This week’s weather has been perfect. Literally.  Spring and Summer in LA are made for outdoor eating and boozing.  With it’s outdoor patio, and located only a block away from the ocean, we are excited to add Sonoma Wine Garden to our ever growing list of boozy brunch spots around town.  It is the perfect spot for some sunny Sunday brunching!

Here’s the deal – brunch at Sonoma Wine Garden runs every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00a-2:30p.  They have their regular a la carte brunch items for all the responsible people of the world, but for us cool kids, pay just $25 a person to opt into their Champagne Brunch.  Included in the price you get your choice of one of six entrees from their brunch menu: the sunny side up eggs, the french toast, eggs benedict, the garden fritatta, the kaiserschmarm, or the chicken ceaser salad.  I’m going with the kaiserschmarm based on name alone.

Plus, the best part, your choice of bottomless booze.  And it’s not just your average mimosa.  You get your pick of unlimited mimosas, bellinis, or build your own bloody marys.   There are also a few other champagne cocktails that you can pick from, like an Austrian Mimosa, which is processo with elderflower, YUM.

A pretty great deal in an amazing location, you can walk to the beach after brunch or partake in some drunken shopping (a favorite hobby of K and I) at SM Place.

Sonoma Wine Garden. 395 Santa Monica Place. www.sonomawinegarden.com

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