Top Bottomless Mimosas For Brunch In Houston

April 1, 2015 7:00 AM

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Brunch is a great way to get the best of all meals. You have a wide array of menu items and often a great menu of delicious cocktails. Some of Houston’s best brunch spots take it a step further and have no limits on their menus. Even better than the places that offer all-you-can-eat pancakes are brunches that offer bottomless drinks. The next time you want to catch up with some friends over drinks and great food, check out one of these top spots for bottomless mimosas at brunch in Houston.
Michelangelo’s
307 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 524-7836
michelangelosrestaurant.com

This Houston institution has been serving delicious Italian fare for more than 40 years. Many locals have stopped by for a romantic dinner or relaxing brunch in this quaint house-turned-restaurant with its own special landmark – a live oak tree growing through the building. Make sure to check out their brunch with bottomless mimosas, delicious omelets, and gourmet variations on eggs benedict. This is the best brunch date you can have in the city.

Cyclone Anaya’s
5214 Morningside
Houston, TX 77005
(713) 523-3600
cycloneanaya.com

This local chain of Mexican restaurants is known for having memorabilia from its founder, a world-class wrestler, on its walls. The delicious food and full bar make it a favorite for those wanting a delicious array of tex-mex and mex-mex dishes, and the brunch menu is served on weekends until 3 p.m. Try the migas or an egg dish with chorizo as the main course while you enjoy your mimosas and poinsettias. They have more than one Houston location, but their newest is in the Rice Village, a great place for a nice brunch.

Cook & Collins
2416 Brazos St., Suite C
Houston, TX 77006
(832) 701-1973
cookandcollins.com

This fun joint is open for lunch and dinner daily and brunch on the weekends. For those looking for a fun variety of good-for-you healthy choices and big, belly-stuffing breakfasts, this is the place to be. For someone who wants to go all out, try the ‘Morning After’ – a sliced butcher’s cut, buffalo chili cheese fries, and an egg. If breakfast done epically is more your style, go for the ‘Fat Elvis’ pancakes: banana pancakes topped with whipped peanut butter and smoked bacon. There’s something on this menu for everyone!

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Latin Bites
5709 Woodway Drive
Houston, TX 77057
(713) 229-8369
latinbitescafe.com

Add a bit of flair to your brunch with the bottomless mimosas at Latin Bites. This upscale restaurant boasts delicious traditional Peruvian cuisine for lunch, brunch, and dinner. Brunch is available Saturdays and Sundays. For the adventurous, try some traditional ceviche alongside the more regular breakfast options. You won’t want to miss this delectable menu. Call for details on brunch hours.

Hearsay Gastro Lounge
218 Travis St.
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 225-8079
hearsayhouston.com

One of Houston’s most popular new restaurants, this restaurant is helmed by master chefs dedicated to creating menus of delicious food. Their brunch offers an array of more traditional lunch entrees and the typical breakfast with a gourmet twist. Eat your brunch in a historic setting. The restaurant is in what was formerly known as the Kennedy-Foley building which dates back to the Civil War. You can choose to have your mimosas with breakfast tacos, lemon ricotta pancakes, or even a gourmet cheeseburger. All their dishes are created with high-quality fresh ingredients. The bottomless mimosa deal ends at 2 p.m.

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Gillian Kruse is a freelance writer living in Houston. She graduated from Rice University with a great love for all performing and visual arts. She enjoys writing about arts and cultural events, especially little-known ones, to help Houstonians learn about what’s going on in their city. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.