Maybe you're not into spicy and salty — maybe you like Champagne with orange juice. Like, say, in a mimosa, or with grapefruit juice in a megmosa. The simple combination of bubbles and citrus can be a perfect, refreshing way to celebrate "Sunday funday."
But why go for one when you could drink 'til you're sated? These sixteen St. Louis restaurants will give you a limitless number of mimosas — and, in many cases, incredible bang for your buck.
3200 Shenandoah Avenue, Tower Grove East
See what all the fuss was about on Bar Rescue at Crafted and enjoy $10 bottomless mimosas during Sunday brunch service.
2. Reeds American Table
7322 Manchester Road, Maplewood
Experience Reeds' finely curated wine list with bottomless bubbles and wines from France — NV Michele Capdepon "Fruité" FRA, Limoux Method Ancestrale and Semi-Sweet Mauzac — topped with fresh-squeezed orange juice for just $17.
8100 Maryland Avenue, Clayton
Herbie's new incarnation, which relocated from the Central West End last year, still includes brunch. Lucky us. And unlimited mimosas are just $16.
4. Molly's in Soulard
816 Geyer Avenue, Soulard
Spend a couple hours in New Orleans at this popular Mardi Gras hangout and enjoy bottomless mimosas for $20.
5. The Wheelhouse
1000 Spruce Street, Downtown
Join the block party on Sundays — get a bottomless mimosa wristband for $15. It lets you have brunch at the Wheelhouse and then wander over to Start Bar to get your game on ... and keep the mimosas coming until 3 p.m.
6. Evangeline's Bistro and Music House
512 N. Euclid Avenue, Central West End
Mix and match bottomless mimosas and bloody marys for $30 for brunch on Saturday and Sunday — as many as you want while you enjoy New Orleans-inspired cuisine and performances from local swing jazz artists, such as Miss Jubilee.
7. Louie's Wine Dive & Clayton Kitchen
16 South Bemiston Avenue, Clayton
Bubbles come with three options for bottomless mimosas here — the classic with orange juice, a ruby red with grapefruit juice and hibiscus with cranberry juice — all for $16.
8. Bar Louie
Central West End, Kirkwood, Chesterfield and St. Charles
All four locations at this casual bar chain favorite offer bottomless mimosas Saturdays and Sundays for just $10 — a cost-effective way to hair-of-the-dog your way through the weekend.
9. DeMun Oyster Bar
740 De Mun Avenue, Clayton
If you prefer to celebrate the weekend with some of the city's freshest seafood and a fantastic raw bar, bottomless mimosas are yours for just $15 on both Saturday and Sunday.
10. Gamlin Whiskey House
236 North Euclid Avenue, Central West End
Steak and bubbles — what more do you need for your weekend? Bottomless mimosas are $25 both Saturday and Sunday.
4317 Manchester Avenue, the Grove
Enjoy delicious brunch fare that's a hybrid of American and Middle Eastern cuisine, along with bottomless mimosas for brunch on Saturday or Sunday for just $15.
12. Pat Connolly Tavern
6400 Oakland Avenue, Dogtown
Bottomless mimosas are served up with old-school Irish pub eats for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays for just $12.
13. Sub Zero Vodka Bar
308 North Euclid Avenue, Central West End
Traditional brunch fare is offered alongside sushi and burgers for brunch on Saturday and Sunday. For $25, choose a traditional bottomless mimosa or one with a float of pomegranate juice or grapefruit juice with Midori.
14. The Scottish Arms
8 South Sarah Street, Central West End
"Endless" mimosas are just $15 with the Scottish/European weekend brunch at this popular St. Louis pub.
5700 Lindell Boulevard, Skinker-DeBaliviere
This deal is only good in the summer, but why not give yourself something to look forward to? At this stunning restaurant inside the Missouri History Museum, enjoy bottomless cocktails with the purchase of "Sunday Champagne Brunch" buffet access ($26.75 for adults, Sundays only) or just $7 with the purchase of a lunch entree.Editor's note: We revised this list after publication to remove a mimosa option that was not quite bottomless (Sqwires offers bottomless juices at its mimosa bar, but only one can of Sofia per purchase). We regret any confusion.
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