The Black Ant
Enjoy cuisine with a side of cool at The Black Ant, a gourmet Mexican eatery with an East Village edge. Join Manhattan’s trendiest diners for crab meat avocado toast and duck confit rancheros while knocking back bottomless smoky jalapeño margaritas, Bloody Marias, and mimosas.
The Black Ant, 60 2nd Ave, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 598 0300
For a higher-end experience, head to Harlem’s Restaurant Row, where you’ll enjoy Italian-leaning offerings at Lido. At this Harlem haunt, bottomless mimosas are enjoyed alongside omelets with spicy Italian pork sausage, white polenta with truffle oil and poached eggs, and creamy garlic parmesan bread.
Lido, 2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York, NY, USA, +1 646 490 8575
When you’re not quite ready to end last night’s party, choose Poco for a rowdy midday meal. Trust the spot’s 1,200-plus Yelp reviewers, and run, don’t walk, to Poco for lobster mac and cheese, guacamole Benedict, and generously poured sangria, mimosas, and Bloody Marys.
Poco, 33 Avenue B, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 228 4461
For those more concerned with booze than brunch, Cafe Cortadito makes every mealtime feel like a fiesta. At this East Village eatery, a solid selection of Latin-influenced fare, including shredded beef and sweet plantain omelets and Cubano sandwiches, is enhanced by tropical mimosas, red and white sangrias, and Cortadito’s signature drink, champagne mojitos.
Cafe Cortadito, 210 E 3rd St, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 614 3080
From boozy brunch to weekday dinner, Yerba Buena is always a good bet. Start with the fan-favorite guacamole before digging into Latin dishes such as mini arepas and steak with yolky eggs and washing it all down with all-you-can-drink sangria, margaritas, and much more.
Yerba Buena, 23 Avenue A, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 529 2919
Pig and Khao
Foodies flock to Pig and Khao for Southeast Asian fare with a New York City flair. Thai and Filipino flavors are found throughout the menu in dishes such as sizzling sisig, longonissa sausage with fried eggs and tomato salad, and corned beef hash with Thai chili and garlic. Come brunch time, and Pig and Khao’s cuisine can be washed down with your choice of flavored mimosas or “self-serve” bottomless draft beer.
Pig and Khao, 68 Clinton St, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 920 4485
With more than 1,000 Yelp reviews (and its fan-favorite frozen margaritas), Agave’s bottomless brunch is one of the hottest tickets in town. Here, the purchase of an item such as lobster Benedict or hand-hacked hash with pastrami, roast beef, and corned beef grants you two hours of free-flowing mimosas, wine, or frozen margaritas, all—and this is the clincher—without New York’s typical rowdy brunch bunch.
Agave, 140 7th Ave S, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 989 2100
Ricardo Steak House
Count on a spot known for its killer cocktails to deliver a better-than-average boozy brunch experience. At Ricardo Steak House in Harlem, upscale eats such as filet mignon salad and T-bone and porterhouse steaks are enjoyed alongside unlimited bellinis and mimosas. Tip: Spring for the specialty drinks option, which includes double berry bellinis and watermelon mimosas.