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The Essential NYC Bottomless Brunch Guide

Bottomless is a major factor when planning celebratory or large group brunches. If I had a nickel for every time someone asked me for bottomless brunch recommendations, I’d be retired. Admittedly, my twenties were filled with bottomless brunch cocktails especially when I was living in DC. These days, quality bottomless brunches are truly a rare find. New York has cracked down on said brunches over the last few years but there are still some great restaurants offering bottomless food and or drinks currently. We’ve rounded up our favorites below.

Brunch at Añejo Tribeca in New York City. Read the review at <a href="http://www.BitchesWhoBrunch.com" rel="nofollow">www.BitchesWhoBrunch.com</a>.

Añejo

Enjoy a boozy brunch filled with Mexican libations and small plates at Añejo Hell’s Kitchen or Tribeca. At both locations, Añejo offers 1.5 hours of unlimited small plates and brunch cocktails for $47 per person. Indulge in morning tacos with scrambled eggs, braised pork, chorizo hash, salsa verde, pico de gallo, cotija cheese and cilantro, or the carne asada con huevos with grilled skirt steak, yucca tots, two fried eggs and romesco sauce. Their margaritas are not to be missed with six different variations. Read the brunch review here.

Añejo, 301 Church St & 668 10th Ave, New York, NY (212) 920-6270 

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Baar Baar

Spice up your brunch game with contemporary Indian cuisine at Baar Baar. Enjoy brunch items with Indian flavors like paneer and ricotta burji and a Bombay masala omelette frittata.  Baar Baar offers one of the best brunch deals we’ve seen.. If you prefer your brunch on the boozier side, the $52 pre fixe option includes one main, one side plus your choice of bottomless mimosas, sangria, or Bellinis for 2 hours.The trendy spot is fit for a celebration or an elevated brunch experience. Read our recent review here.

Baar Baar.13 E. 1st St., New York, NY (212) 228-1200

Barbounia Brunch

Barbounia

Barbounia is a staple on the NYC bottomless brunch scene. The gorgeous Park Ave South restaurant is massive and so lively turning brunch. Enjoy Mediterranean dishes from mezzes, salads, khachapuri, eggs and more. For $20 you’ll receive champagne cocktails to your heart’s delight for 2 hours. Plus you can post up at the bar with your group and enjoy mimosas until 4 pm. Read our review here.

Barbounia, 250 Park Ave. South, New York, NY, (212) 995-0242

 

Bea Brunch

Bea

This is one of our favorite spots for a bottomless brunch. The Hell’s Kitchen outpost has a gorgeous atrium with greenery that feels as though you’re basking outdoors in the sun. Old black-and-white movies are projected on a white brick wall for added ambiance. Bea is worth the $52 splurge for a bottomless brunch of unlimited small plates and free-flowing cocktails. It’s a great way to try the whole menu with your girl gang and converse about your favorite items. A la carte small plates are also available for $9, and bottomless food without drinks is available for just $28. Read about the highlights here

Bea, 403 W 43rd St, New York, NY, (212) 602-1910

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North Fork

At the rustic West Village restaurant North Fork guests can enjoy bottomless brunch for $35 per person which includes an entree and unlimited bellinis, mimosas and sangria. The brunch menu highlights new American dishes such as Chicken and Bacon-Jalapeno Cheddar Waffles served with hot butter dip, and Creme Brulee French Toast topped with whipped cream and fresh berries. North Fork also focuses on sustainability and sources produce from local farms in New York and New Jersey,  Read our recent review here.

North Fork, 122 Christopher Street, New York, NY 347-403-2167

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Sotto 13

If you’re planning a celebration, Sotto13 is the spot. The Italian-inspired restaurant is a great place for birthdays, as they have group options to personalize menus for brunch and dinner. The space is chic, the service is good, and the brunch deal is strong. Brunch items are available to order à la carte, and the deal is a good one: one wood-fired pizza, two entrées, a side, and a carafe of brunch cocktails shared by the table for $35 per person. Read the Bitches’ review here.

Sotto13, 140 W 13th St., New York, NY (212) 647-1001

Shruti Shah

NYC Editor & Resident Vegetarian

Shruti has a love affair with gin and spicy food. By day she's hustling in PR for leading consumer brands. When she's OOO, you can find her at Daybreaker dance parties, exploring kitschy cocktail bars and reviewing veggie-friendly brunches.

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