Top Boozy Brunches In St. Louis

April 10, 2014 8:00 AM

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The combination of breakfast and lunch creates brunch. Brunches that include a choice of unique drink selections go beyond a mere champagne breakfast to add a flair to this mid- to late-morning meal. Accent the flavor of these brunch dishes with alcohol drinks that pair well together, and now you’ve got a party. Toss in a few bottomless mimosas, your favorite cocktail or wine and enjoy these top boozy brunches in St. Louis.

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Jax Café
2901 Salena St.
St. Louis, MO 63118
(314) 449-1995

If the idea of kicking back and sipping on bottomless mimosas isn’t enough, this place offers bottomless bloody marys as well. Oh, and there’s amazingly delicious food to accompany your Sunday brunch cocktails. Sit down to all-you-can-eat biscuits, gravy, bacon and an omelet station, as well as a variety of egg dishes and sometimes even a crawfish gumbo or shrimp dish. Finish off the meal with a variety of pastries.

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The Scottish Arms
8 S. Sarah St.
O’Fallon, MO 63108
(314) 535-0551

Every Sunday, The Scottish Arms offers a wide selection of farm-fresh eggs and Applewood-smoked bacon, just to get you started. Take in the full experience of Scottish Victorian pub-style dining, complete with a well-stocked bloody mary station and endless fresh-squeezed mimosas. Accent your bloody mary with pickled vegetables, spices, mixers and your choice of vodka, gin or a shot of beer. Before you leave, pair a dessert with an Irish coffee, Bailey’s coffee or perk up just a tad with a cup of straight-up java beans in a cup of Northwest coffee.

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Eau Bistro
The Chase Park Plaza Hotel
212 N. Kingshighway Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63107
(314) 454-9000

One of the only restaurants that opens early on Sundays in the Central West End, Eau Bistro starts by offering a complimentary champagne alongside a wealth of entrée and dessert options. As if the breathtaking views of Forest Park from inside this gorgeously rehabbed hotel isn’t enough, this elegant bistro also offers a Sunday brunch like no other. The head chef delivers a wide array of amazingly delectable dishes, with an omelet station, waffles, breakfast meats, breakfast dishes, a crepe station, seafood, salads, an array of cheeses and desserts. It’s hard to decide which is more tasty – accenting the food with a bloody mary and mimosa or accompanying the free-flowing alcoholic beverages with the vast food choices. Even some of the dessert options offer Grand Marnier and Baileys-infused options.

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Brasserie by Niche
4580 Laclede Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 454-0600

Don’t wait until Sunday when you can enjoy a sit-down brunch a day early at this Central West End restaurant, offering both a Saturday and Sunday brunch. Feast on an a la carte menu with items like house-made granola or fresh cheese with dried plum compote, brioche French toast, hazelnut waffle with apple compote, quiche and other specialty egg dishes. Or enjoy a croque madame ham and cheese sandwich or a burger with fries. Add a kick to your entrée by asking your server about the specialty brunch cocktail, or choose from a variety of liqueur-based drinks or mimosa orange juice champagne, bloody mary with kosher salt, black pepper and cornichon or an unusual barrel-aged Hendrick’s gin and sweet vermouth. Add unique sides like grapefruit brulee, and top it off with chocolate mousse, hazelnut shortbread or a floating island of ice cream.

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Missouri History Museum
5700 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63112
(314) 361-7313

This restaurant that overlooks the center of Forest Park, from inside the Missouri History Museum, offers a champagne brunch every Sunday and on special occasions. Choose a buffet that includes house-smoked salmon, entrees, sausages and pastries along with select a la carte items like Belgium waffles with pecan maple butter and strawberry syrup and omelets made to order. Of course, if champagne is not your cup of tea, select wine, bloody mary, mimosa, a champagne cocktail, blood orange margarita or order from the full bar. For the younger crowd, choose from an array of homemade sodas including blood orange fizz or mango sunrise.

Related: Top Restaurants For Easter Brunch 2013 In St. Louis

Tere Scott is a freelance writer and author of e-books and two educational blogs. She loves to research information to share. She currently resides in St. Louis. Her work can be found at

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