In a city that centers around eating and drinking, you can imagine weekend brunches would have just that -- delicious food combined with endless drinks. We've compiled a list of the best brunch spots with the most affordable drink options.
Here’s your wake up call: The word is out about the brunch at this Warehouse District spot. Diners can enjoy bottomless sparkling rosé and mimosas for $10. The spot also features other affordable drink options like bloody marys and a cool bushwhacker twist on an Irish coffee. Food options are pretty affordable at Flamingo-A-Go-Go as well, with prices ranging from $7 to $14. Hit the patio out back for the ultimate outdoor experience. There’s even seating in the back of a truck which is great for groups.
This Mid-City neighborhood restaurant serves brunch every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with menu items like eggs cochon, oysters benedict and crabmeat frittata. Plus, on top of a delicious meal, you can get bottomless bloody marys, mimosas or sangria for $15. Photo courtesy: Katie’s
Situated on the best corner in the French Quarter, Tableau has a great, jazz brunch menu with $15 bottomless mimosas on both Saturdays and Sundays. The only catch is you have to purchase an entree to partake in the bottomless deal. Let’s hope you grab a bite while putting down that may mimosas! Photo courtesy: Tableau
The Country Club
This quaint Magazine Street restaurant offers an upscale brunch with items like duck confit with potato hash and poached eggs. Apolline even serves a version of eggs benedict with andouille sausage and crawfish tails. And who could forget about the avocado toast and honey pecan bacon. Yum! Wash all that delicious food down with bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys. Brunch is served on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Photo Courtesy: Apolline
Araña Taqueria y Cantina
Ralph’s on the Park
Overlooking City Park is Ralph Brennan’s namesake restaurant. Brunch is served on Sunday from 10:30 a.m. 2 p.m. It includes exquisite breakfast items, as well as some lunch dishes. Endless mimosas or champagne will cost you $14. Photo courtesy: Ralph’s on the Park
Cane and Table
One of the first New Orleans mixology bars also serves up an all-you-can-drink brunch, which includes an entrée and your choice of six different cocktails. Knowing how much New Orleans folk can consume, these guys limit the all-you-can-drink brunch, to a two-hour duration. Brunch is served from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Photo courtesy: Cane and Table
Basin Seafood and Spirits
This Magazine Street seafood restaurant offers brunch on Saturdays and Sundays with items like fried green tomatoes benedict and shrimp and grits. You can get some of the regular menu items at brunch, as well as $15 bottomless mimosas. Photo courtesy: Basin Seafood and Spirits
No matter what time of the day hunger strikes you, Daisy Dukes in the French Quarter will always be ready to serve you. Open 24/7, Daisy Dukes serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner. As long as you purchase a meal you can get $8 bottomless Cajun Bloody Marys. Photo courtesy: Daisy Dukes
This Marigny establishment recently had a makeover with a new chef, new food and a whole new vibe. Brunch is served every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with menu items like huevos rancheros, duck pastrami hash and $16 bottomless mimosas with fresh squeezed O.J. Photo courtesy: Feelings Cafe
While this spot doesn’t offer a bottomless drink option, they do offer a unique brunch which includes performances by burlesque dancer, Bella Blue. The “Legs and Eggs Brunch” is every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with the show commencing at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. In addition to burlesque they serve up their “SoBou-zy Brunch Hooch Punch,” which is presented in a giant flask for the whole table to share. Photo courtesy: SoBou
Salon by Sucre
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