So you’re in Brooklyn, NY and you promised your brunch buddies a boozy, bottomless brunch with yummy food but you don’t know where to start? Well, no worries, I’ve got you covered. Below are a list of the best bottomless brunches in Brooklyn, New York. Not only do they have great food and beautiful atmospheres, but your meal comes with unlimited boozy drinks, perfect for day drinking with friends or a fun date.

So without further ado, and in no particular order, here is my list of The 5 Best Bottomless, Boozy Brunches in Brooklyn, NY:



  • Neighborhood: Clinton Hill
  • Price: cost of entree plus $15 for bottomless drinks
  • Time limit: no time restrictions but unlimited mimosa brunch is only on Saturdays
  • Choice of bottomless beverage: mimosas
  • Food: SoCo serves Cajun/Creole and soul food and they do not disappoint in terms of flavor. My faves are the chicken and red velvet waffles, the cornbread, the macaroni and cheese, and the sausage and grits.
  • Atmosphere: The decor is contemporary with modern light fixtures and metal finishings. There is a large bar, a decent-sized main seating area, and more seating on the cute patio, which is perfect for summer brunch with friends.
  • Service: Servers were attentive and kept the mimosas coming.
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2Randolph Beer

Randolph Beer

  • Neighborhood: Williamsburg (South Side)
  • Price: $37 for 1 entree and bottomless drinks
  • Time limit: 1.5 hours
  • Choice of bottomless beverage: brunch punches, bloody Marys, mimosas, and craft beer
  • Food: Randolph Beer serves American fare and the selections are fresh and some are quite unique, like the Jerk Chicken Po’ Boy and the Pulled Pork Benedict. The brunch punches are my favorite part because they are so refreshing, especially the Strawberry Cucumber Fizz.
  • Atmosphere: The atmosphere is fun and very hipster. There is colorful graffiti on the walls and retro diner seating.
  • Service: The servers were conscientious and anytime we had an empty brunch punch pitcher, they always replaced it in a timely manner.
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3Scottadito Osteria Toscana

Scottadito Osteria Toscana

  • Neighborhood: Park Slope
  • Price: $24.95 for an entree, includes bottomless drinks
  • Time limit: 1.5 hours
  • Choice of bottomless beverage: Champagne or mimosas
  • Food: Traditional Italian food. I had the Eggs Benedict and shared the Nutella French Toast and both were delicious. Even the salad and potatoes that come as sides are tasty.
  • Atmosphere: This restaurant has a cozy surrounding with red brick walls and Tuscan country decor. There is a beautiful garden in the back room and a wine cellar dining area on the bottom floor.
  • Service: Service was amazing. The food came fast and our glasses were always full.
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  • Neighborhood: Prospect Heights
  • Price: brunch entrees are $15 and include coffee or tea, add $10 for bottomless beverages
  • Time limit: 1.5 hours
  • Choice of bottomless beverage: bloody Marys, mimosas, or sangria
  • Food: Advertised as American Southwest cuisine, their brunch menu has some variety. The eggs Benedict and the skirt steak and eggs have a savory flavor. The Fr
  • ench toast is also delicious and can made to order with a crunchy cornflake crust.
  • Atmosphere: Piquant has a bar, two dining floors and a patio. The interior is decorated with a brick accent wall and traditional seating.
  • Service: The wait on a Sunday afternoon without reservations is long but the servers are great and friendly. Most importantly, they kept the bottomless drinks flowing.
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5Rustik Tavern

Rustik Tavern

  • Neighborhood: Bedford Stuyvesant, Clinton Hill
  • Price: $30 for brunch entree, includes unlimited beverages
  • Time limit: 1.5 hours
  • Choice of bottomless beverage: Champagne, Mimosa, Bloody Mary, Screwdriver & Bellini
  • Food: Rustik Tavern has brunch basics but with a lot of different options. I went with the eggs Benedict, which was very good. My brunch partner had the chicken
  • and waffles and she enjoyed it, noting that the waffles were soft and sweet and the chicken was well seasoned.
  • Atmosphere: As the name states, this restaurant has a rustic but chic look. The unfinished, yet polished wood furnishings, lighting, and classic R&B music playing give it a cozy feel and it’s like you’re right at home. There’s also a really cute patio for dining in the warmer months.
  • Service: The servers are very friendly and there wasn’t too long of a wait to be seated.
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