Best Boozy Bottomless Brunch Spots in Philadelphia

Going out to brunch with your friends is a great way to celebrate life and unwind on the weekend. Whether it’s celebrating your new promotion, catching up with old friends, or relaxing on a Sunday afternoon, brunch is a great way to get out of the house and grab some quality food and drinks. Boozy brunch is even better, with specials on mimosas, bloody Mary’s, and more.

Bottomless brunch in Philly is one of the most popular mealtimes for many restaurants. There are a lot of popular and trendy brunch spots in Philadelphia, so we’ve compiled a list of the best drink specials we could find in the city. From bottomless brunch specials, to exciting breakfast foods, to live music, Philadelphia has got it all.

Best Boozy Brunch Specials in Philly

      1. Bourbon & Branch
      2. Positano Coast
      3. Moshulu
      4. JJ Bootleggers
      5. Cuba Libre
      6. Khyber Pass Pub
      7. Harper’s Garden
      8. Aqimero
      9. Urban Saloon
      10. James Restaurant & Bar
      11. Red Owl Tavern

 

Bourbon & Branch

705 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

bourbon and branch brunch

Bourbon & Branch is a combination music venue and restaurant located in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia. Their brunch menu is extensive, with a lot of different options to choose from. Green dots on the menu indicate which menu items are friendly for vegans, which even features a vegan version of “Chik’n & Waffles.”

For $20 you get unlimited mimosas, and brunch is available from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Bourbon & Branch is a stylistically pleasing restaurant with a rich history, and with bottomless mimosas for $20, it’s one of the best brunch places in Philly.

 

Positano Coast

212 Walnut Street, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19106

positano coast brunch

Located in Old City, Positano Coast is a classy Italian-themed brunch spot with a choice of unlimited drinks. Enjoy your afternoon with Italian seafood dishes like spicy calamari with pickled cherry peppers and goat cheese, or go for a traditional American brunch burger.

While you eat, $20 gives you access to unlimited mimosas and sangria. Available 11:30 am – 3:00 pm Saturday and 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Sunday.

 

Moshulu

401 S Christopher Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19106

moshulu brunch

If you want to spend your brunch by the water, (or on the water), Moshulu could be a great option for you. Located along Penn’s Landing, Moshulu is a historic ship that is now being used as one of Philadelphia’s most unique dining experiences. Their brunch menu specializes mostly in American dishes like their veggie Benedict and Philly cheesesteak omelet.

Moshulu offers an $18 bottomless brunch special that will get you a wide variety of bottomless drinks; Mimosas, Peach Bellinis, Kir Royals, or Poinsettias. Who doesn’t like drinking on a fancy boat? Brunch served from 11:00 am – 2:30 pm on Saturdays, and 10:00 am – 2:30 pm on Sundays.

 

 

JJ Bootleggers

35 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

jj bootleggers brunch

JJ Bootleggers is a moonshine-themed bar and restaurant in Old City, Philadelphia. They host a popular bottomless brunch special every Sunday, featuring classic brunch dishes like eggs benedict, build-your-own omelettes, and more exciting dishes like strawberry shortcake stuffed pancakes and banana foster french toast.

JJ Bootleggers offers a $20 bottomless brunch that includes mimosas, blood Mary’s, and peach bellinis. Brunch is available every Sunday from 11 am – 3 pm.

 

 

Cuba Libre

10 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

cuba libre brunch

When formulating your brunch plans, don’t forget about Cuba Libre. This restaurant has a wide variety of large and small Cuban dishes like pineapple guacamole and a Cuban take on chicken and waffles. Share a plate of empanadas with your friends and wash it down with their $5 brunch cocktails. Vegetarian options are also available for the non-carnivorous.

Don’t miss out on boozy brunch in Philly at Cuba Libre this weekend, running from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm Saturday and Sunday.

 

 

Khyber Pass Pub

56 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

khyber pass brunch

Khyber Pass Pub is a bar and restaurant located in Old City that specializes in New Orleans Cajun style cuisine. They feature live music regularly, so if you want to stick around after your beignets or the Shrimp & Tasso & Grits, you may be able to catch a show.

Khyber Pass is a pub at heart, so if beer is your preference then they have a wide selection. Their $7 brunch cocktails include drinks such as  “Death in the Afternoon,” “Creole Bloody Mary,” and “Corpse Reviver #2.” Grab brunch at Khyber Pass Pub between the hours of 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.

 

Harper’s Garden

31 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

harper's garden brunch

Located in Rittenhouse square, Harper’s Garden is an American style restaurant and bar that serves brunch on the weekends. Their menu is split into two parts, “Had a Great Night” and “Long Day Ahead”, which contain both healthy and not-so-healthy options.

They also have a wide variety of brunch cocktails, including Harper’s Frappe and the Ghost of Mary. Their bottomless mimosa special runs for five and a half hours, from 10:00 am – 3:30 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy bottomless mimosas for $20 along with the purchase of an entree, or choose from various other brunch drinks.

 

 

Aqimero

10 Avenue Of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102

aqimero brunch

Aqimero is an upscale restaurant located in the Ritz-Carlton in Philadelphia. If you’re planning on drinking, you may as well consider the “$50 Endless Brunch & Bubbles.” “Endless Bubbles” refers to the bottomless supply of Bellini, Mimosa, Kir Royale, and other drinks provided.

As far as the food options, the endless brunch includes toasts, sweets, and their list of specialty brunch creations. Aqimero’s brunch hours run from 11:30 am – 3:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday. What better way to spend your weekend afternoon than stuffing your face with smoked pork belly and champagne by the glass?

 

 

Urban Saloon

2120 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19130

urban saloon brunch

The Urban Saloon is a large sports bar located on Fairmount avenue. Their food choices range from breakfast nachos to their Monte Cristo Panini.  It’s a large location for a sports bar, so it’s a good place to go if you’re trying to accommodate for a large brunch group.

$20 will get you a bottle of champagne for you to concoct your own mimosas with. If you’re ever visiting the Eastern State Penitentiary, hop across the street and bring your friends to the Urban Saloon!

 

James Restaurant and Bar

1835 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

james brunch

James, located in Western Center City, is another modern American tavern that serves up brunch every weekend. The locally inspired menu is a Philly favorite, and brunch is no different. Their brunch menu features items like The Philly Benny, a Philadelphia-inspired eggs benedict, roast pork hash, and much more.

Brunch cocktails are also on special, so you can enjoy $8 mimosas and $10 bloody Mary’s complete with bacon, celery, and the works.

 

 

Red Owl Tavern

433 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

red owl tavern brunch

The Red Owl Tavern is a trendy restaurant tucked inside of a historic tavern in Old City. They pride themselves in being a modern-styled restaurant with old school comforts. Their menu has traditional breakfast foods, southern comfort foods, and plenty of vegetarian and vegan options.

This trendy restaurant is on the pricier side of things for a brunch menu, and their cocktails are no exception, but if the price point isn’t an issue we highly recommend trying out this Philly brunch spot. They have unique brunch cocktails at $14 a drink. Brunch is available at the Red Owl Tavern from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Final Thoughts

Check out the best bottomless brunch specials in Philly and book a reservation for the upcoming weekend! If you own a brunch restaurant in Philadelphia and think you should be on the list, contact us at Restaurant Clicks today.

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