Where to find Bottomless Mimosas (and bloody Marys!) in Nashville

Is there any greater gift in life than a boozy brunch? If that sounds like the perfect weekend morning to you, you’re in luck, because I’ve compiled all the places in Nashville offering bottomless libations.

I’m a mimosa girlie, so these spots are specific to mimosas. But I noticed that MANY also offer bottomless bloody Marys, too, so use this as your starting place if you prefer the more savory brunch cocktail.

As always, restaurant offerings change regularly. So, always be sure to double-check before heading out anywhere! (Also, some have a 90-minute or 2 hour time limit, so keep that in mind.)

Sorted by neighborhood (with notes for the ones I’ve specifically tried):

Berry Hill/Melrose:

Fenwicks 300 (not technically bottomless, but they sell $18 carafes, so…)

Big Machine: Technically, vimosas (they’re made with vodka instead of prosecco), they’re yummy whatever you call them, especially when you can create your own from their juice and topping bar. And, the patio is excellent. 

Sinema: bottomless everything, Sinema is an experience meant to be lingered over

Downtown:

Boqueria: tapas in a fun environment in 5th & Broadway; great for starting a Broadway day drinking day (also includes a bottomless sangria option!)

The Farm House: cozy, farm-to-table spot tucked away downtown

Liberty Common: beautiful, French vibes and bottomless mimosas EVERY DAY

Tenn

East Nashville:

Cherries: The best outdoor space and free parking! (But maybe don’t drive if you’re doing bottomless…)

Waymore’s

Germantown:

Germantown Cafe: You won’t see the word bottomless on the menu, but don’t worry – Germantown Cafe will help you stay well-imbibed, with a fun vibe, delicious food, and bottomless bloody Marys and frose (!!), too. Reservations strongly recommended. 

The Gulch:

STK: Everything was good, and there’s plenty of room for the whole crew. Great for an elevated brunch experience. 

The Restaurant at the W: I am not being dramatic when I say I was blown away by the breakfast buffet at the Restaurant at the W. So well done, and the stuffed french toast (on the menu) was incredible. 

Hillsboro Village;

e3 Chophouse

SupperClub on Belcourt

Midtown

Commons Club at the Virgin Hotel (also bottomless rosé)

South Nashville:

Southside Kitchen and Pub: Watch the game, drink some mimosas, and be sure to order the cinnamon roll!

Wedgewood Houston:

Earnest: good food in a fun speak-easy feeling atmosphere

Mercado: Butchertown Hall’s WeHo expansion, Mercado has a great atmosphere, biscuits with brown butter that you cannot miss, and flavored mimosas! PLUS, rooftop dining!


If you know of any I missed, please let me know, and I’ll add them. Cheers, y’all!

XO,
SB
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