The magazine cover-quality pictures of classy women standing around at a fancy wedding or mid-morning brunch holding a fluted champagne glass, most likely held with pinkies out, make it look glamorous but chances are the drink they are holding is a mimosa, a cocktail consisting of champagne and chilled juice, usually orange juice, though variations add to the flavor. Mimosas are the perfect accent to the top boozy brunches in St. Louis. Some area brunches not only offer mimosas but invite you to have your fill with never-ending mimosas when you enjoy these top bottomless mimosas brunch spots in St. Louis.
Three Monkeys
3153 Morgan Ford Road
St. Louis, MO 63116
(314) 772-9800
www.3monkeysstl.com

Kick brunch up a notch with delicious omelets, oysters, shrimp cocktail, pizza and more. Step inside and get ready for a feast that includes a carving station, an omelet station, fruits, and pastries. The mimosas are almost bottomless with up to three free mimosas that are included with the brunch. You will have your fill with juices and coffee included in this very reasonably priced buffet as well. There’s no need to make a reservation but for your convenience, reservations for large groups are welcome for Sunday brunch.

Vin de Set
2017 Chouteau Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 241-8989
www.vindeset.com

You won’t need to even take one sip of the bottomless mimosas to enjoy the spectacular views of the city that this rooftop bar and bistro offer. The surrounding scenery aside, be prepared for a feast of succulent brunch food. With French cuisine as the specialty, you will find buffet items such as berry-stuffed French toast, a variety of eggs, sweet potato croquettes, and carved while-you-wait prime rib. One mimosa is included with the price of the brunch but there is an option to choose endless bottomless mimosas for an additional cost.

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

Get ready to satisfy your appetite with unlimited food while sipping on orange juice-infused mimosas. Step inside this Benton Park neighborhood café for never-ending treats cooked up for you by long-time, amazing Chef Hale, who is a popular area cuisine expert and loves to express his art of cooking in comfort food with a European flare. The menu items are constantly changing to add variety for frequent visitors, but the omelet bar is always there for your delight. Consider making a reservation if you plan on arriving after 11 a.m. as the place gets hopping.

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Molly’s In Soulard
816 Geyer Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63104
(314) 241-6200
www.mollysinsoulard.com

Discover traditional and unique brunch menu items such as crab benedict or bread pudding French toast. Decide between the banana foster beignets, almond-crusted French toast and berries, or the crawfish and lobster. Your choice of brunch entrée will be served directly to you while you dine at your table. Add a two-thirds champagne and one-third orange juice mimosa or choose the bottomless option with a two-hour limit.


The Scottish Arms

8 S. Sarah St.
O’Fallon, MO 63108
(314) 776-1407
www.thescottisharms.com

When you walk in, you might just wish you had brought your bagpipes and worn plaid kilts as you experience the feel of a Scottish-Victorian pub. Expect a traditional brunch with a vast array of eggs fresh from the farm and amazing smoked bacon. Sit back and sip on fresh-squeezed or endless mimosas are the perfect complement to the delicious and satisfying meal which is served with a personalized, sit-down style brunch and not a buffet. Top it all off with your choice of an assortment of bottomless coffees, as well, ranging from a Park Avenue or ground-to-order bean accenting a succulent dessert.

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