Boozy Brunch: Here’s a list of brunch spots with great drink deals

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 boozy brunch spots with affordable drink options.

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Located in the Warehouse District, Sofia recently launched a weekend brunch. Chef Talia’s brunch menu focuses on modern Italian dishes and classic brunch favorites. Some of the brunch classics include Lemon Poppyseed Ricotta Pancakes, a dish called Eggs in Purgatory with spicy red sauce and a breakfast sandwich with house-made biscuits. Guests can also enjoy bottomless spritzes and mimosas. Brunch at Sofia is available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Jack Rose

The culinary crown of the Pontchartrain Hotel on St. Charles Avenue was recently named the “#1 Best Hotel Restaurant” in the country, according to USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice 2019. Now, Jack Rose debuts a new and improved Sunday brunch 2.0, just in time for football season. Tantalizing new menu items include jumbo lump crab cakes, crispy pork belly, crab omelet and roasted cauliflower. Pop some bubbly with brunch bottle specials like yellow-label Veuve Cliquot for $50 or a bottle of rosé for $65. Sunday Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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The French Toast Sandwich is one offering at Toups' Meatery expanded brunch. Photo Credit: Denny Culbert

Toups' Meatery

Chef Isaac Toups expands brunch offering to include both Saturdays and Sundays at his Mid-City flagship restaurant Toups’ Meatery. Brunch items include small plates like hot smoked salmon with creamed kale and poached egg and fried boudin with poached egg hollandaise – a playful version of traditional eggs benedict. Large plates include options like lamb grillades with stone ground grits, a French toast sandwich with bacon, brie and cane syrup and roast beef bagel with black vinegar cream cheese. Of course, the famed cracklins, Toups Burger and Meatery board will also be on offer. Boozy brunch offering include a variety of inventive seasonal cocktails and $15 bottomless mimosas. Brunch is served Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Seaworthy, Ace Hotel’s charming oyster bar and seafood restaurant, launched weekend brunch at the end of August 2019. Brunch plates include special items like BBQ shrimp, a crab cake benedict and chile relleno with gulf shrimp, poblano pepper and tomatillo corn jack cheese. Round out your meal with bottomless brunch favorites like mimosas for $32, sangrias for $29 or Pimm’s cups for $35. Weekend brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Cane & Table

This French Quarter hidden gem, Cane & Table, recently revamped its brunch menu to offer more Caribbean and Cuban centric dishes. There’s also an insane two-hour, all-you-can-drink package complete with punch, mimosas, bloody marys and micheladas for $45. Fans of fried chicken sandwiches will find one on this menu. Other entrees include crawfish curry with coconut grits, biscuits and gravy and a cane syrup French toast dripping in strawberries, almonds and whipped cream.

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Ortra Vez

Have you checked out Otra Vez among the South Market District’s new slate of bustling restaurants? The restaurant with innovative Mexican cuisine from nationally-acclaimed New York chef Akhtar Nawab serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Guests can opt for the Otra Vez Brunch Special which includes any brunch entree and one hour of bottomless drink refills (margaritas, mimosas, bloody mary, tecate) for $28. Other brunch items include a breakfast quesadilla, Mexican roti with chorizo, asparagus enchiladas and chilaquiles. Brunch hours are Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Copper Vine

Available every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., weekend brunch now features new bottomless specials and a la carte menu offerings. Guests can imbibe on $25 bottomless champagne, mimosas, poinsettias, or sparkling rose. Kick back in the restaurant’s courtyard, dining room or upstairs in one of the delightfully intimate dining spaces. Soak up the booze with an array of creative a la carte offerings like shrimp and grits and chicken fried duck confit with cornbread waffle.

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Araña Taqueria y Cantina

When looking for a brunch spot, you don’t normally think Mexican. However, Arana has some great Mexican brunch favorites and bottomless options. Menu items include dishes like Huevos Rancheros, Yucatan-style Grits and Grillades and Jalapeno Griddle Corn Cakes and Mojo Fried Chicken. You can also rotate between bottomless margaritas, mimosas and Bloody Marys for $20. Brunch here is served on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


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The Tasting Room

This wine bar in the Lower Garden District recently reopened under new ownership. The Tasting Room also launched weekend brunch along with the revamp. The new brunch menu prepared by Chef Orlando Harris features several affordable small plates like steak and eggs, French toast and smoked salmon. Enjoy brunch with your choice of bottomless mimosas or bloody Marys. Brunch hours are Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.

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This French Quarter spot keeps your glass full all brunch long with $12 bottomless mimosas. Kingfish rolls about pretty affordable brunch items like brioche pain perdu, shrimp and grits and a cochon benedict. Brunch hours are Fridays through Monday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Since local event promoter and entrepreneur Larry Morrow opened his namesake restaurant with his mother Lenora Chong in 2018, Morrow’s has attracted local crowds and national celebrities like Drake, Michael B. Jordan and Mary J. Blige among others. The spot serves brunch on Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Items include banana foster french toast, chicken and waffle, shrimp and grits and Cajun catfish benedict. You can also order a 33-ounce carfare of mimosas that runs around $22.

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This Warehouse District spot is extremely affordable with a fun atmosphere. Diners can enjoy bottomless sparkling rosé and mimosas for $12. The spot also features other affordable drink options like bloody marys, frose and an interesting twist on a Moscow Mule called a Hibiscus Mule. Food options are pretty affordable at Flamingo-A-Go-Go as well, with prices ranging from $9 to $21. 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.

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Katie's Restaurant

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.

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Situated on the best corner in the French Quarter, Tableau has a great brunch menu with $15 bottomless mimosas all week!  The only catch is you have to purchase an entree to partake in the bottomless deal. Entrees include options like chicken and waffle salad, cochon de lait benedict, Redfish Bienville, shrimp and grits and other brunch favorites.

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The Country Club

This spot hidden on a quiet street in the Bywater looks like a large house, but it’s actually a restaurant with a swimming pool. The Country Club serves up brunch on both Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Get bottomless mimosas along with your brunch or mix up your own Bloody Mary at the Bloody Mary bar, complete with all the spices and fixings. The Country Club is also known for its popular Drag Brunch, but it’s usually booked months in advance.

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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 Mary’s for $18. Brunch is served Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sat and Sun from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (walk-in only).

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Lula Restaurant and Distillery

Every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Louisiana’s first restaurant & distillery serves up brunch with a $20 all-you-can-drink vodka bar.  You pick the mixer, and they’ll serve you the vodka. The menu offers entrees like chicken and biscuits, pain perdu, a cochon de lait benedict, omelettes and a fried chicken sandwich, among other items.

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Broussard’s Restaurant

One of the oldest restaurants in the French Quarter has one of the finest brunches in a classic setting. Reserve a spot in the courtyard, and enjoy the jazz band while sipping on bottomless mimosas or rosé for only $14. Brunch is served daily from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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Ralph’s on the Park

Overlooking City Park sits this Ralph Brennan’s restaurant. Weekend brunch as a mix of crowd-pleasing appetizers, dishes for egg lovers and classic brunch items. Brunch is served weekends from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Endless mimosas, champagne or rose will cost you $15.

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Atchafalaya Restaurant

At this Uptown restaurant, brunch isn’t just for the weekends. Atchafalaya offers brunch Thursday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Indulge in shrimp and grits and duck hash. Don’t forget to visit the Bloody Mary bar where you can make your own exactly the way you like it.

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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 bottomless mimosas.

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Head to the CBD on a Sunday between 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for bottomless mimosas and an excellent selection of food. Order a blue crab omelet or a trio of benedict along with your mimosa. There are plenty of options to keep your whole table happy.

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This offers 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 available from 11 a.m. to 2 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. There’s also an option for bottomless bellinis.

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