Bottomless Mimosa Guide: La Boheme

Further reinforcing the fact that our ‘hood,West Hollywood, is the bottomless mimosa capital of the world, La Boheme has added a new chef, and in turn a new Bottomless Mimosa brunch to their weekend repertoire.



The Spot: La Boheme

Boozy Brunch Hours: Sunday, 11am – 2pm

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Bottomless Mimosa Guide: Simple Things

Fact: there is no better brunch than that which involves freakin delicious, southern-style, sandwiches, mini pies, and bottomless mimosas. None.

So when walking down west 3rd street yesterday, we got drunk-with excitement upon happening upon this sign (okay, maybe we were a little buzzed already from happy hour, but it definitely intensified the feeling.)

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Brunching Spot: Simple Things, Mid-City LA

Boozy Brunch Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11am – 4pm

Bottomless Mimosa Deal: $10 Bottomless Mimosas!!!!

Menu Highlights: To start, all the pies are all adorable and delicious. So order one. Or three. Then look to the sandwiches: the fried chicken is a personal favorite, but the pulled chicken is also fantastic. As is the breakfast sandwich. And the prime rib. And the thanksgiving. Really you can’t go wrong. (And for figure-conscious folks, the salads rock too.) We haven’t tried their full brunch menu yet, but now that they have paired their delicious food with mimosas, we’ll be there knockin’ em back very very soon.


Simple Things / 8310 W. 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA 90048 / 323.592.3390 / 



Bottomless Mimosa Guide: The Roof on Wilshire

Update for 2014: This is probably my and V’s fault since we tend to try to find the bottom of the mimosa deal and love The Roof: but per their website they are no longer offering bottomless. Instead its $18 Carafes of Mimosas, which they say is about 6 mimosas.

The Roof on Wilshire just kind of snuck up on us – a swanky rooftop setting with a menu by Eric Greenspan (of The Foundry)?  How was this not all over every email in my inbox!  It’s like mid-city’s less douche-y/hipster-y version of DT’s The Standard – The Roof’s got a pool, cabanas, a tasty menu and a gorgeous view of the city.  Oh yeah, AND they have bottomless mimosas. We’re betting this will fast become our sunny day brunching go-to spot.

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The Spot: The Roof on Wilshire (Miracle Mile/Mid-City/Weho/BH)

Brunching hours: Saturday & Sunday, 10am-3pm

Bottomless Deal:  $15 Bottomless Mimosas

Menu highlights: Pancake Lasagna (Pancakes , Eggs, Sausage, Cheese, Maple Syrup), Meat Loaf Benedict on Pretzel Bread with Housemade Ketchup, German Pancake with Lime, Almonds and Powdered Sugar

The Roof on Wilshire. 6317 Wilshire Blvd. (323) 852.6002.

Bottomless Mimosa Guide: Sal’s on Melrose

Update 2014: Same spot, new name: Sal’s Restaurant. Still offering bottomless and its now just $12 for mimosas OR sangria DAILY. 

The other day while writing up an all-you-can-eat post, I fantasized about the idea of an all-you-can-drink deal.  Then I realized that these deals do exist – they’re called bottomless mimosas, and I write about them every week.  Fantasy realized.  Amazing.

Vienna Cafe was a favorite brunch destination of mine when I lived over at Park La Brea, and it looks like I’ll have to head back soon as they’ve now jumped on the bottomless mimosa train. They open at 8am, even on the weekends, so you can get your bubbly on bright and early.  Bottomless mimosas with your meal are $14 and I don’t see any sort of time limit mentioned, so you can probably keep that champagne flowing all day long.

Vienna Cafe has a ton of egg-centric breakfast options including a brie poached benedict and a lobster breakfast quesadilla with scrambled eggs.  My menu picks almost always come from the griddle section – belgian waffles, banana nut pancakes, and stuffed french toast – YUM.

Vienna Cafe. 7356 Melrose Ave. (323) 651.3822.

Bottomless Mimosa Guide: Marco’s

**2016 Update: Bottomless Mimosas are now $13 a head, $11 for bottomless champagne, and a minimum food purchase of $10 is required.***

TGIF!!! The first Friday of February, you know what that means. Yes, it’s First Fridays in Venice but it is also time for a new addition to the bottomless mimosa guide.   This month’s pick is Marco’s.  Marco’s just announced their new revamped breakfast menu and we couldn’t be happier that they decided to include bottomless booze with their brunch, especially since they are just a hop, skip, and a jump away from our apartments.


Brunching Spot: Marco’s, West Hollywood

Boozy Brunching Hours:  Breakfast at Marco’s is from 9am-2pm on weekdays and from 8am-2pm on the weekends.  Yes, you can get sauced up on bubbly during the week if you really want, how great is that?!

Menu Highlights: Another plus, their breakfast menu is all under $12 with most dishes hovering right around $8-$9.  There is one item on the menu I definitely have my eye on, the rice krispies french toast with strawberries ($8), it sounds like something I once dreamed of as a child.  You will find everything from omelettes to breakfast burritos to crepes on their menu, a little something for everyone. Check out Marco’s full breakfast menu here

Bottomless Mimosa Deal: The most important detail, bottomless mimosas will run you only $12/person and if you don’t need the OJ, you can get bottomless champagne for just $6/person.   They have other specialty champagne cocktails for $5 (not bottomless), and $5 glasses (or $18 pitchers) of sangria.  I think we have found our new favorite local breakfast stop.


PS: They also have an amazingly cheap happy hour menu during the week from 3-6pm which features $3 beer, $4 wine and tasty snacks (truffle/herb/parmesan fries, parmesan buttermilk chicken skewers, fig/carmelized onion/bleu cheese crostini…) ranging between $3-$5.  AND, if you work in the area they have an $8.95 lunch special as well.  Could this place get any better? We think not.

Marco’s. 8200 Santa Monica Blvd. (323) 650.1050.