All-you-can-drink specials do not always involve liquors. Several places around town sell specialty, non-alcoholic beverages in limitless quantities. Whether your tastes run toward bottomless mimosas at a Sunday brunch or if you prefer visiting a place like a baseball game and getting unlimited drinks, Houston has the sites for you. Call ahead before visiting any of these places to ensure that the all-you-can-drink specials are still in effect.
Hearsay Gastro Lounge
218 Travis St.
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 225-8079

During Hearsay Gastro Lounge’s Sunday brunch, until 2 p.m., you can order a bottomless mimosa for $12. The mimosas at Hearsay are made with fresh orange juice, which reflects the freshness of the rest of the menu. This restaurant specializes in preparing comfort foods with an upscale twist. With your mimosas at brunch, you may opt for brioche French toast or a yogurt parfait made with local honey.
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Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park
501 Crawford St.
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 259-8000

If your tastes for all-you-can-drink specials run toward sodas, check out the Houston Astros’ all-you-can-eat seats in the mezzanine section. You get unlimited baseball favorites such as nachos, peanuts, hotdogs and popcorn, and to wash it all down, you get unlimited sodas. These seats are only available at select games at Minute Maid Park, so check the website for details. The bonus to this deal is that you get all of the food and drinks you want while being able to see the Houston Astros play.
5922 Washington Ave.
Houston, TX 77007
(713) 868-1131

There are two benjy’s restaurants in Houston, and neither of them bothers to capitalize the name. Should you visit the Washington location for brunch, you can indulge in a bottomless mintade, which is like lemonade but made with mint. This refreshing drink is the perfect foil to the heat of a Houston summer. While it isn’t all-you-can-drink at brunch, you may also order a carafe of a flavored mimosa in either blood orange or white peach. With your mintade, try the nut-crusted French toast, which is a house specialty of benjy’s.
Irma’s Southwest Grill
1314 Texas Ave.
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 247-9651

For a sweet delight before a baseball game, visit Irma’s Southwest Grill, which is located in the shadow of Minute Maid Park. At Irma’s, you can get a bottomless, freshly prepared lemonade with your meal of Mexican favorites like fajitas and tamales. If you plan to make Irma’s Southwest Grill a stop on your baseball night, check out the special game deals that are available. The restaurant will open three hours before the game when the Astros are playing at Minute Maid.
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Seco’s Latin Cuisine
2536 Nottingham St.
Houston, TX 77005
(713) 942-0001

If you are extra thirsty and looking for something to drink with your Sunday brunch besides a mimosa, check out Seco’s Latin Cuisine. On its brunch menu, you can have all-you-can-drink mimosas or sangria. The sangria will likely pair better with the spicy foods from south of the border that you can have with your brunch buffet. The buffet includes 25 items that range from Seco-style shrimp soup to omelets to waffles, and Seco’s Latin Cuisine’s Sunday brunch has earned the awards of the “Best Brunch” from the Houston Press and the “Best Deal” from the Houston Chronicle.
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