Eat and Drink Bronx brunch restaurants with unlimited drink deals By Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion Special to amNY.com Updated October 20, 2016 5:03 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The Bronx isn't usually associated with decadent bellinis. Maybe diner milkshakes and burgers, but brunch? Isn't that more of an Astoria thing? Wrong. Unlimited mimosas and buffets are powering the trendy weekend brunch that's taking over the boogie down's food culture. From City Island to Throggs Neck, here are the best brunch spots with unlimited drink deals. Tosca Cafe, Throggs Neck Photo Credit: Tosca Café The bakery-turned-trendy restaurant has been around since 1922, and its coal burning oven still pumps out delicious Italian dishes. From the shrimp cocktail to the cannolis, there is something for everyone at the $31.95 brunch buffet, which offers unlimited mimosas, Champagne, bellinis and bloody Marys. Sit on the open-air decks while trying the French toast, which is made with Italian bread -- serious Sunday brunch goals. (Tosca Café, 4038 E. Tremont Ave., the Bronx, 718-239-3300, toscanyc.com) Bistro SK, City Island Photo Credit: Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion Bistro SK, which touts itself as the only French eatery in the Bronx, delivers a one-of-a-kind experience. The garden and tree that the building is built around lend to its romantic aesthetic. Stop in and sip on a bloody Mary and munch on the croque monsieur, a très délicieux toasted sandwich with ham, béchamel and cheese au gratin topped with a fried egg. The $20.96 à la carte menu includes unlimited mimosas and bloody Marys on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Bistro SK, 273 City Island Ave., the Bronx, 718-885-1670, bistrosk.com) Acri Café, Westchester Square Photo Credit: Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion Steps away from the 6 train, this open-layout eatery is nothing short of cozy. The wooden farmhouse-style tables and wood-burning oven lend to Acri Café's Mediterranean motif, and it's perfect for large groups. Acri offers $8 unlimited white and red sangria, Champagne, mimosas, bellinis or bloody Marys and an à la carte menu from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. (Acri Café, 1315 Commerce Ave., the Bronx, 718-829-6000, acricafe.com) Momento at 900 Park, Morris Park Photo Credit: Momento at 900 Park via Facebook Previously known as 900 Park, Momento at 900 Park has been a neighborhood go-to for more than eight years. From the crisp white linens to the brick oven, the Italian eatery offers a chic yet comfy environment. Hit the $28.95 buffet brunch for unlimited oysters, mussels and "the best pizza in the Bronx," according to co-partner Harun Pejcinovic. The brunch deal, offered Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., also comes with unlimited mimosas, bloody Marys, Champagne or bellinis. The best part? There's no timed seating limit. Drink up! (Momento at 900 Park, 900 Morris Park Ave., the Bronx, 718-892-3830, 900park.com) Havana Café, Schuylerville Photo Credit: Havana Café From the lush greenery to the café-style seating, this Cuban eatery feels as if it's been transported straight from the Caribbean. Don't know what to try? Choose the churrasco steak with eggs. Diners can get unlimited sangria for $8 from noon to 4 p.m. on weekends. (Havana Café, 3151 E. Tremont Ave., the Bronx, 718-518-1800, bronxhavanacafe.com) Cabo, Throggs Neck Photo Credit: Cabo via Facebook This trendy space offers modern and classic Mexican cuisine. The Latin fusion à la carte menu includes fan favorites like the loaded Cabo nachos with chorizo, guacamole, sour cream, pico de gallo, queso fresco and black beans. You can score unlimited sangria or mimosas for $8 and margaritas for $5 on weekends from noon to 4 p.m. Make sure to save room for the decadent, creamy flan. (Cabo, 3764 E. Tremont Ave., the Bronx, 718-863-0091, cabobx.com) By Brittany Hamlett-Concepcion Special to amNY.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Bronx coffee shops that are better than StarbucksSip your cup of joe sans the Starbucks morning madness. Dive into these bottomless brunchesFor those weekends when one Bloody Mary just won't cut it. City Island: A nautical village in the BronxLearn all about this charming seaside neighborhood. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.