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13 Spots for Bottomless Brunch Cocktails in Chicago

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Brunch is a vital part of any good weekend itinerary. Eater Chicago’s Brunch Heatmap highlights the hottest places to check out for those bacon and eggs needs, but these following restaurants up the ante by offering bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys as well. So go on and start the day off right by getting a little saucy. You deserve to live your best life after a long week. Listed from north to south.

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Cellars Bar and Grill

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Edgewater residents have been enjoying this underrated wine-centric bistro for the past decade. Unwind on the weekends with Benedicts, breakfast carbonara, barbecue beef breakfast burrito, sandwiches, and more. Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys are $10, or $15 to mix and match.

Angelo's Wine Bar

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The longstanding wine bar has just launched bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys ($25) to go along with its new fall brunch menu. Highlights like Italian queso fundido, smoked salmon pizza, and Angelo’s omelet (sopressata, tomato confit, basil, mozzarella) will ensure guests leave happy and satisfied.

Bar Pastoral

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Wine and cheese are an ideal way to start the day and Bar Pastoral has that in spades. Dig into dishes like chicken and waffles, leek mac and cheese, gruyere scones, and more. Then pair them with limitless mimosas for $17.

Pastoral

Park & Field

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Skip the weekend workout for this vintage sports bar instead. The old-school gymnasium aesthetic will (kind of) balance out all those calories from the indulgent brunch buffet and bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, and glasses of rosé. Don't worry, you can always do extra deadlifts the following day to make up for it.

SteakBar

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Eat and drink like a star at Steakbar’s “Almost Famous Brunch.” The restaurant’s two floors house an assortment of delights that range from food stations and a butcher shop to an Instagram-worthy doughnut wall. Make it a boozy brunch for $20 and enjoy multiple juice options with the unlimited bubbles.

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Maple & Ash

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Celebrate the weekend with a lavish brunch spread at the posh steakhouse. On Sundays, a buffet offers guests all the bacon, eggs, filet mignon, and housemade agnolotti they desire. Complete the experience with bottomless bubbles for an extra $25. It includes carafes of orange juice and peach puree for the table as well as accoutrements.

Marc Much

Bistronomic

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You don’t have to know the mother sauces to appreciate the host of classic dishes at this French bistro. Brunch selections like savory crepes, quiche Lorraine, and Croque Monsieur will have you dreaming of Paris. And after a round or three of mimosas ($18.95), you might just be compelled enough to book that trip.

Dolce Italian

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Do as the Italians do and head to this Miami import for a star-studded lineup of pizzas, pastas, and paninis. Though the lauded pies are always great, brunch also offers other winners such as truffle poutine, semolina waffles, and lamb chops. Add unlimited bellinis, mimosas, and Bloody Marys for $25.

Bar Lupo

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Italian goes punk and nonna’s red sauce favorites get reimagined for brunch at this hip River North restaurant. Load up on carbs with ricotta toast, meatball sliders, and potatoes bolognese before heading to the saber range and testing your skills on a bottle. Just make sure to not start on bottomless mimosas until after wielding the blade.

Baptiste & Bottle

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The Conrad Chicago’s 20th floor restaurant is the place to go for bourbon and sweeping views of the city. Nosh on avocado toasts, lobster rolls, and duck confit chilaquiles during brunch service and wash them down with refreshing libations. In addition to mimosas, guests can customize endless Bloody Marys (Reyka Vodka), Marias (Milagro Tequila), and Barons (Maker’s Mark) for $22.

Mad Social

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With basketball and hockey season underway, fans would do well to visit this neighborhood kitchen in the West Loop before heading to the United Center. It’s helmed by Gina Stefani, who delivers globally-inspired flavors in a rustic and intimate space. Instead of settling for overpriced concession foods, pregame with short rib benedict, havarti mac and cheese, chicken and churro waffles, and bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $25.

Marc Much

Davanti Enoteca

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Go for the classics and order prosciutto-veal meatballs and cacio e pepe or cure that weekend hangover by devouring one of the city’s best burgers—topped with bacon jam, roasted tomatoes, cheese curds, arugula, and roasted garlic aioli. There are options aplenty at this popular Italian spot and they all taste even better when coupled with $15 bottomless mimosas.

This Pilsen gastropub specializes in craft brews and contemporary fare with Mexican influences. For $25, diners get a brunch entrée of their choice plus three mimosas, which isn’t quite unlimited but should suffice for most. Dishes include chilaquiles, short rib torta, chorizo skillet, steak and eggs, and more.

Cellars Bar and Grill

Edgewater residents have been enjoying this underrated wine-centric bistro for the past decade. Unwind on the weekends with Benedicts, breakfast carbonara, barbecue beef breakfast burrito, sandwiches, and more. Bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys are $10, or $15 to mix and match.

Angelo's Wine Bar

The longstanding wine bar has just launched bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys ($25) to go along with its new fall brunch menu. Highlights like Italian queso fundido, smoked salmon pizza, and Angelo’s omelet (sopressata, tomato confit, basil, mozzarella) will ensure guests leave happy and satisfied.

Bar Pastoral

Pastoral

Wine and cheese are an ideal way to start the day and Bar Pastoral has that in spades. Dig into dishes like chicken and waffles, leek mac and cheese, gruyere scones, and more. Then pair them with limitless mimosas for $17.

Pastoral

Park & Field

Skip the weekend workout for this vintage sports bar instead. The old-school gymnasium aesthetic will (kind of) balance out all those calories from the indulgent brunch buffet and bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, and glasses of rosé. Don't worry, you can always do extra deadlifts the following day to make up for it.

SteakBar

Marc Much

Eat and drink like a star at Steakbar’s “Almost Famous Brunch.” The restaurant’s two floors house an assortment of delights that range from food stations and a butcher shop to an Instagram-worthy doughnut wall. Make it a boozy brunch for $20 and enjoy multiple juice options with the unlimited bubbles.

Marc Much

Maple & Ash

Marc Much

Celebrate the weekend with a lavish brunch spread at the posh steakhouse. On Sundays, a buffet offers guests all the bacon, eggs, filet mignon, and housemade agnolotti they desire. Complete the experience with bottomless bubbles for an extra $25. It includes carafes of orange juice and peach puree for the table as well as accoutrements.

Marc Much

Bistronomic

You don’t have to know the mother sauces to appreciate the host of classic dishes at this French bistro. Brunch selections like savory crepes, quiche Lorraine, and Croque Monsieur will have you dreaming of Paris. And after a round or three of mimosas ($18.95), you might just be compelled enough to book that trip.

Dolce Italian

Do as the Italians do and head to this Miami import for a star-studded lineup of pizzas, pastas, and paninis. Though the lauded pies are always great, brunch also offers other winners such as truffle poutine, semolina waffles, and lamb chops. Add unlimited bellinis, mimosas, and Bloody Marys for $25.

Bar Lupo

Italian goes punk and nonna’s red sauce favorites get reimagined for brunch at this hip River North restaurant. Load up on carbs with ricotta toast, meatball sliders, and potatoes bolognese before heading to the saber range and testing your skills on a bottle. Just make sure to not start on bottomless mimosas until after wielding the blade.

Baptiste & Bottle

The Conrad Chicago’s 20th floor restaurant is the place to go for bourbon and sweeping views of the city. Nosh on avocado toasts, lobster rolls, and duck confit chilaquiles during brunch service and wash them down with refreshing libations. In addition to mimosas, guests can customize endless Bloody Marys (Reyka Vodka), Marias (Milagro Tequila), and Barons (Maker’s Mark) for $22.

Mad Social

Marc Much

With basketball and hockey season underway, fans would do well to visit this neighborhood kitchen in the West Loop before heading to the United Center. It’s helmed by Gina Stefani, who delivers globally-inspired flavors in a rustic and intimate space. Instead of settling for overpriced concession foods, pregame with short rib benedict, havarti mac and cheese, chicken and churro waffles, and bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $25.

Marc Much

Davanti Enoteca

Go for the classics and order prosciutto-veal meatballs and cacio e pepe or cure that weekend hangover by devouring one of the city’s best burgers—topped with bacon jam, roasted tomatoes, cheese curds, arugula, and roasted garlic aioli. There are options aplenty at this popular Italian spot and they all taste even better when coupled with $15 bottomless mimosas.

Pl-zen

This Pilsen gastropub specializes in craft brews and contemporary fare with Mexican influences. For $25, diners get a brunch entrée of their choice plus three mimosas, which isn’t quite unlimited but should suffice for most. Dishes include chilaquiles, short rib torta, chorizo skillet, steak and eggs, and more.

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