Bottomless brunch in NYC: The best (and tastiest) deals

By staff

For many New Yorkers, brunch is a sacred thing. A weekend ritual loaded with symbolism and eggs, the event helps nurse hangovers and gets friends together to rehash the week's events.

And what goes better with brunch than an adult beverage? Unlimited adult beverages, of course.

Here are some of the best bottomless brunches in the city.


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The deal: Not only can you get unlimited margaritas, mimosas, bloody Marys, and bloody Marias, but you can also get bottomless food at Zengo's. The brunch deal is every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for $49.

The food: The unlimited food includes small plates of sushi rolls, dim sum, antojitos, chicken chilaquiles, Korean fried chicken and more.

Address: 622 3rd Ave., Manhattan,

Angel of Harlem

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The deal: On top of the purchase of an entrée on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 4:30 p.m., you can get an hour and a half of bottomless rum punch, mimosas or sangria for $25.

The food: The brunch menu includes ackee and saltfish, crab cake and eggs, lobster ravioli, fried chicken and waffles, salmon benedict, and more. There is also plenty of room to dance to the Angel's live DJ.

Address: 2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd., Manhattan,

Pig & Khao

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The deal: It only costs $16 to get unlimited self-serve draft Narragansett beer or mimosas, available in orange, lychee, mango and white peach, for two hours. The bottomless special cuts off at 4 p.m. and there are no new sales after 3 p.m.

The food: Inspired by the various foods and cultures in Southeast Asia, this brunch menu ranges from banh xeo (crepe with shrimp and bacon) to champorado (Filipino chocolate rice pudding) to khao soi (red curry and coconut milk with chicken, and egg noodles).

Address: 68 Clinton St., Manhattan,



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The deal: From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, you can get two hours of bottomless mimosas for $20.

The food: This authentic Lebanese restaurant plans to highlight Lebanese breakfast staples during brunch. The menu will include vegan foul, shakshuka, a lamb burger with fried eggs, and more.

Address: 319 E. 53rd St., Manhattan,

Tang Hotpot

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The deal: The Sichuan hotpot spot in the Lower East Side has launched a new bottomless brunch menu that is available from noon to 3:30 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday. It's $45 per person for bottomless mimosas, rosé and juice, or $32 if you're not drinking.

The food: Start with a broth and deep fried pork belly appetizer, then choose from a meat and seafood menu that includes lamb shoulder roll, quail eggs, hand-sliced tilapia, head-on shrimp and more.

Address: 135 Bowery, Manhattan,


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The deal: In addition to the cost of your food, you can also pay $20.95 for two hours of unlimited mimosas, champagne, Bloody Mary's, screwdrivers, or bellinis (available in peach, cranberry, pineapple mango, or raspberry). Brunch is available every day from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The food: This Brooklyn Italian restaurant offers an expansive brunch menu with sweet and savory crepes, omelets, frittatas, egg benedicts, burgers, salmon couscous, chicken Milanese and more.

Address: 216 Smith St., Brooklyn,

Cantina Rooftop

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The deal: For $25, you get 90 minutes of bottomless white or red sangrias, bellinis or mimosas.

The food: Home of the Big Ass Taco -- a taco big enough to feed six to eight people -- Cantina Rooftop is a Mexican fare favorite. Brunch specials include appetizers such as ricotta fritters and mac and cheese carbonara, and entrees including the Mexican double smash burger, tres leches French toast, breakfast enchiladas and more.

Address: 605 W 48th St., Manhattan,

Sabor de Cuba

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The deal: From noon to 5 p.m. every Sunday, you can get an hour and a half of unlimited mimosas, bellinis, passion fruit sangria or red sangria for $34, including an entrée.

The food: This Queens restaurant is filled with Cuban favorites, including seafood frittata, yuca chorizo hash with poached eggs, ropa vieja, potato pancakes with crispy chicken and passion fruit syrup, and more.

Address: 3703 31st Ave., Queens,

The Flying Cock

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The deal: Every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., you can add a 90 minutes of unlimited Bloody Mary's, mimosas, and bellinis to your brunch for $21.

The food: Inspired by the memory of the owner's time on his grandmother's farm in Ireland, the menu is filled with farm-fresh delights. Guests can try out the Irish breakfast, a breakfast waffle sandwich, a cinnamon doughnut bacon, egg and cheese, shakshuka, burgers, and plenty more.

Address: 497 3rd Ave., Manhattan,


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The deal: Between 10 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, you can add on an hour of unlimited mimosas, bellinis, Bloody Mary's, screwdrivers, or orange juice to your meal for an extra $20. The deal is subject to a 20 percent gratuity.

The food: DiWine serves up classic American fare. For brunch, you can get various paninis, such as the lobster BLT, pizzas, truffle eggs, frittatas and more.

Address: 41-15 31st Ave., Queens,

Alta Calidad

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The deal: The brunch is $31 for any entrée and one hour of unlimited margaritas, mimosas, Bloody Mary's and beer.

The food: : Inspired by the Indian food Alta's chef grew up with and the Mexican food he grew to love, the menu includes chilaquiles and fideos, huevos rancheros, Mexican roti, crispy tempura shrimp tacos and more.

Address: 552 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn,

Añejo Tribeca

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The deal: : On Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., you can get a prix-fixe meal with an hour and a half of unlimited small plates and brunch cocktails for $47.

The food: Añejo's menu is filled with Mexican-inspired dishes. Brunch items include guacamole, salsa, huevos rancheros, blueberry corn pancakes, morning tacos and more.

Address: 301 Church St., Manhattan,