Where to Go for Bottomless Brunch in Portland

by Alexander Frane on Jul 12, 2016 in Roundups

Portlanders love to start their mornings with a drink, especially for brunch. Whether it’s a bloody Mary or something more unconventional, you’re covered But there’s no more classic a morning drink than the mimosa, and while you can shell out $10 for one made with fine champagne and the freshest hand squeezed organic orange juice, sometimes you just want a bottle of cheap cava and some OJ from a bottle. Here are the best bottomless and cheap mimosas in town. Just be sure to get home safe, please. Did we miss your favorite spot for “morning juice”? Let us know at our Facebook or Twitter.

Night Light Lounge
Night Light has an excellent brunch on the weekend, and while it used to offer bottomless mimosas, now it just offers mimosas for the price of $3 a piece. Unless you’re drinking more than a bottle’s worth, it’s probably going to equal out. They’re best consumed out on the sunlit patio. (2100 SE Clinton St.; 503-731-6500)

Brix Tavern
“Bubbles for every bite” is the promise at Brix Tavern, the sports bar/lounge/brunch spot in The Pearl. This means that for $9, you’re assured to always have a full glass of mimosa while you’re enjoying your brunch. It’s only offered on weekends, 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM, and be sure to get a reservation. (1338 NW Hoyt St.; 503-943-5995)

Rae’s Lakeview Lounge
There’s no lake, but there is a great happy hour, a dog friendly patio, and a killer weekend brunch. During the latter, enjoy mimosas for only a $1 a piece. It might not be technically bottomless, but at that price, it essentially is. Just make sure you have nothing else to do the rest of the day — and a ride home. (1900 NW 27th  Ave.; 503-719-6494)

Swank Restaurant
Swank Restaurant in the Paramount Hotel is owned by the same crowd as Brix Tavern, and the same witty wordsmith must design their menus, as Swank also offers “Bubbles with every bite” on their brunch menu. Like Brix, it’s only $9. (808 SW Taylor St.; 503-943-5844)

EastBurn
EastBurn is a Portland classic with a great patio, a downstairs bar that hosts live comedy throughout the week, and a restaurant on the main floor. Best yet, brunch is offered seven days a week, unlike many other spots. Mimosas start at $5, but every refill is only $2. (1800 E Burnside St.; 503-236-2876)

Lightning Will Bar
It’s not exactly a sports bar, but it’s a bar where you can watch sports (mostly soccer), with good food and good drinks. Like other places, it also serves brunch on weekends, with some fun items such as morning pho ($10) and mini waffles ($4). Order any meal and you can get bottomless mimosas for $10. (305 NW 21st Ave.; 503-327-8203)

Dot’s Cafe
One of our favorite lounges and happy hour spots is also a great location for weekend brunch, especially if you don’t feel up to waiting in line at Broder across the street. Saturdays and Sundays only, Dots Cafe has a standard brunch menu, complete with $10 bottomless mimosas. On Saturdays, the restaurant often has a guest DJ spinning fresh tunes while you dine. (2521 SE Clinton St.; 503-235-0203)

Club 21
This dive slash tiki bar is popular with bartenders, service folk, and native Portlanders. It’s dark, grungy, and classic, and on weekends. the bar serves brunch. Mimosas are bottomless, provided you get food. Just be prepared for the harsh light of day when you leave the bar. (2035 NE Glisan St.; 503-235-4690)

Photo via Beth Skoglund & Rae’s Lakeview Lounge 

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