Forget Your Hangover: Bottomless Brunches in Sonoma County
It’s no secret that wine tasting all day or a few pints at our local breweries or distilleries in Sonoma County can make waking up the following morning a little tough. That’s why we’re making sure that you can forget your hangover with the help of these bottomless brunches in Sonoma County, because everyone needs a little booze pick-me-up at some point!
Known for their pancake breakfast, cinnamon walnut French toast, sweet potato hash, vegan friendly tofu scrambles and breakfast burritos, the Community Café in Sonoma is now going to be known for their EVERY DAY bottomless mimosas. That’s right, they’re served every. day.
Details: Breakfast/Bottomless served every day, 7am-1:45pm. ($14.00 bottomless mimosa)
If you’re like me, you can enjoy Mexican food at any time of the day. So the real question is, why wouldn’t you try a Sunday brunch at an authentic Mexican restaurant? With made-to-order omelets, hand-made tortillas, fresh fruit and salads, a taco bar, your choice of desserts and best of all bottomless mimosas, this brunch at El Torito in Rohnert Park is a steal.
Details: Brunch is Sunday, open 9am. ($17.99 for brunch & bottomless, $6.99 for children brunch)
If you’re familiar with Franchettis’ in Santa Rosa, you might be thinking their Wood Fire Kitchen has ‘dinner’ written all over it. But don’t be fooled, their famous brunch bennies paired with a bottomless mimosa ($14.75) are one of a kind. Their crab bennie is almost a piece of art in the presentation, and their strawberry stuffed french toast and chettis' hash will make you feel alive again! Or so will their natural nectar-infused mimosas (not bottomless). We’re talking Apple, Orange, Peach, Strawberry… and they’re good. Really good.
Details: Brunch is Saturday and Sunday, 9am-1:30pm. ($14.75 bottomless mimosa)
Inspired by traditional French dining and contemporary cuisine, K&L Bistro in Sebastopol is also a great option for a weekend brunch (with mimosas, of course). You can pair your cup of morning joy with an entree like Pasta Du Jour or House Made Ricotta Donuts, or stick with a classic Eggs Benedict or omelet with a French twist. Santé!
Details: Brunch is Saturday and Sunday, 11am-4pm. ($10.00 bottomless mimosa)
Although you might find yourself at Taps in Petaluma on a Saturday night, you can surely head back the next morning for Sunday breakfast and no one will judge you. Taps features an all-American style breakfast menu with eggs benedict, egg scrambles, waffles and more. But while Taps breakfast menu is standard-Sunday greatness, their drinks menu might take you by surprise. Of course they offer bottomless Mimosas (with purchase of a breakfast entrée), but they also have single Beermosas’s (White Ale & Mango Juice, $6.50), a special breakfast beer and a “bloody” beer (Bloody Mary Mix with German Lager, $6.00) to pick from!
Details: Brunch is Sunday, 9:30am-11:30am. ($12 bottomless with purchase of breakfast entree)
A boozy brunch is (almost) always a good idea, but a boozy brunch buffet is a great idea. That’s why you should find yourself at The Terrace Grille at The Flamingo Resort in Santa Rosa on Sundays. Their Sunday Champagne Brunch is an all-you-can-eat buffet with bottomless mimosas included.
Details: Sundays 10:30am-2pm, with seatings at 10:30am and 12:30pm. ($29.95 for brunch & bottomless, $12.95 for children brunch under 12)
Start your Sunday off at Tony’s of North Beach in Graton Casino in Rohnert Park for a brunch that includes bottomless mimosas and bloody marys. Then who knows – maybe you’ll end up getting lucky on the slots!
Details: Brunch is served Sunday 11:30am-2:30pm. ($15.00 bottomless mimosa or bloody mary)
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