Bottomless Mimosa Guide: Tavern on 2

Trojans are really good at lots of things, but a few stand out from our time there: networking, entrepreneurship…. and drinking. So it makes sense there’d be a decent number of SC alumni backed restaurants, bars, and booze-related start ups.

Tavern on 2 in Long Beach is one of those Trojan-owned spots, and if the number of articles & reader tips we get on this place is any indication – the place is awesome. AND even more awesome: they serve bottomless mimosas.


Boozy Brunch Spot: Tavern on 2, Belmont Shores – Long Beach

Bottomless Mimosa Hours: DAILY, Open – 3pm

Brunch-Food Hours: Weekends, 9:30am – 1pm

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Bottomless Mimosa Guide: KTCHN DTLA

KTCHN is a bit of a moving target. They once filled the empty space + time at Gorbals (which only serves dinner) and now are filling a similarly empty space + time at Precinct. But regardless of their location, the food sounds super interesting and good + they serve the endlessly flowing nectar of the gods.


Boozy Brunch Spot: KTCHN DTLA @ The Precinct

Boozy Brunch Hours: Sat & Sun, 10am – 2pm

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Bottomless Mimosa Guide: Smith House

Driving down Santa Monica over the weekend on our way to workout (gotta keep the heart in shape to tolerate all that drunk+fat+happiness!) we passed Smith House and our mimosa radar started flaring. Without seeing a sign, we KNEW the place served bottomless mimosa brunch. One quick trip to their website confirmed this hunch and now we have our first spot on the list in Century City!

Banana Walnut Pancakes

Banana Walnut Pancakes

Boozy Brunch Spot: Smith House, Century City

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Gloriously Stupendous DineLA Deal

We usually skip DineLA.

Yes, some of the deals are great, but we just aren’t the type of girls that typically order three-courses for dinner.

Usually just one course. Maybe the occasional addition of a shared appetizer. Or if its a date, we might do a full two courses to stretch it out a bit (and justify the 2, or 3, glasses of wine we’ve ordered.) But when you don’t typically order three courses, the DineLA still is more expensive than what we’d normally spend on dinner… And it doesn’t even include the cost of booze.


But this DineLA deal? We’re definitely on board for this one.


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