Bottoms Up! Bottomless Brunch Deals in Midtown

New York City has figured out a way to make brunch even better: the bottomless brunch. Usually the window is 90 minutes to enjoy a few stiff rounds and a hearty meal. At these great brunch and cocktail spots, come hungry for savory eggs and fluffy waffles—and thirsty for as many Bloody Marys as you can handle!

Dianne & Elisabeth

Dianne and elisabeth

At the Hell’s Kitchen wine bar Dianne & Elisabeth, you’ll find traditional menu items like eggs Benedict alongside breakfast sausage corndogs, with breading made of waffle batter. Food like this demands to be tried! For an additional $19 per person, you’ll also have an hour and a half to enjoy unlimited bellinis, mimosas, Bloody Marys, screwdrivers and Moscow mules. Drink up! 644 10th Ave., 212-247-3039,

Blue Seafood Bar

Get nautical for a delicious brunch at Blue Seafood Bar! Bottomless drinks and an entree are yours for $34, but if you’re coming only to drink, the cocktails are just $10 each. They offer Bloody Marys, screwdrivers, greyhounds, mimosas, and bellinis flavored with peach or pear. The brunch special comes with a choice of entree: you might go sweet with waffles and berries, or savory with a margherita pizza. 856 Ninth Ave., 212-757-7511,

The Marshal

The Marshal  

Come early for brunch at The Marshal, a small space with incredible morning fare. The Bloody Mary, Bloody Caesar, aperol spritzer, mimosa, and bellini are all $12 each. Indulge in French toast, lobster and bacon frittata, or a homemade biscuit for your meal. For the healthy eaters, there’s always the Brussels sprout salad. 628 10th Ave., 212-582-6300,

K Rico 

A friendly South American steakhouse with an incredible brunch deal, K Rico is a must if you’re looking for brunch in Hell’s Kitchen. $26.95 buys you an entree, plus unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, and margaritas. Start with a trio of guacamoles, followed by beef empanadas and short rib burger with cheddar and barbecue sauce. Or go for the classic steak and eggs. 772 Ninth Ave., 212-757-9393,

Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

Fogo de Chao

Fogo de Chao offers authentic Brazilian preparations of beef and lamb, along with tasty vegetable sides to accompany them or to enjoy on their own. Brunch cocktails include passion fruit mimosas, Fogo Bloody Marys, and caipirinhas. Food-wise, The Full Churrasco Experience offers lamb chops and several varieties of steak, while dishes like the Pao de Queijo Egg Bake will give egg-lovers a Brazilian brunch to remember. 40 W. 53rd St., 212-969-9980,


BEA offers bottomless food and drink at their location off Times Square. In two hours, you can try as many brunch cocktails and small plates as you want for $52 per person. If you’re fast (and thirsty) enough, you can sample the Bloody Mary, mimosa, and bellini. Choose between small plates like the kale caesar salad, spinach and egg pie, pork shoulder with red beans and pineapple, and French toast with Nutella and bananas. If you’re looking for a more minimal experience, cocktails and small plates are available a la carte for $10 each. 403 W. 43rd St., 212-602-1910,

Calle Dao: Bryant Park

Calle Dao 

Calle Dao holds the distinct honor of being the only Cuban-Chinese fusion restaurant in the city (that we know of). Bottomless Brunch is a steal at $24.95. Order as many classic brunch cocktails as you’d like in 90 minutes, or take a step out with the Guava Screwdriver or sangria. A popular menu item is the Tiger Salad with watercress, cilantro, kale, and sesame seeds. Or you might like the duck empanada, or cuban sandwiches like the Cubano with ham, pickles, and swiss cheese. For the Chinese entrees on the brunch menu, go for the pan-fried noodles with mushrooms and bok choy. 38 W. 39th St., 212-221-9002,

The Smith

The Smith is a stylish brunch spot on the east side (among other city locations) with dishes like short rib hash, buttermilk waffles, and a heavenly burger to get your late-morning engine running. All brunch cocktails are $11, including classic and unconventional options. The Barnstormer is bourbon, aperol, Italian bitters, grapefruit, and Prosecco, while The Gatsby mixes gin with pomegranate, lemon, and prosecco. 956 Second Ave., 212-644-2700,

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Merrill Lee Girardeau lives and writes in Brooklyn.

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