It's an elixir specifically designed by the gods to give us life, energy, and to take the edge off last night's indulgences. We've spent many mornings chair-locked on cozy patios nursing hangovers with the breakfast cocktail, and now we want to share our favorite mimosa deals with you. Whether you're looking for a little morning pick-me-up or a clear-cut way to keep the party going, this comprehensive list will show you where to get the most tang for your buck.
-Update contributed by Haley Rodriguez-
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258 W 2nd St
Located in the heart of downtown Austin, Taverna is a casual Italian eatery that serves more than just artisan pizzas and tasty bruschetta. Unbeknownst to many, the restaurant also hosts one of the best brunch deals in Austin, featuring $2 mimosas. Guzzle down a couple of Taverna's delicious mimosas and load up on next-level brunch dishes like a Chorizo Omelette or Eggs Benedict. Is there a better way to start your Sunday than $2 mimosas? Not very likely.
One of Little Woodrow’s five locations can be found most likely right in your neck of the woods, which makes it perfect for Saturdays with the gals (or guys) and glasses full of $3.25 mimosas. If you’re in the mood for something a little different, try Little Woodrow's very own Blumosa. What’s that, you ask? Blue Moon + Mimosa. Possibly your new favorite cocktail to sip on one of Austin’s most popular patios.
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79 Rainey St
Let's say you have tried all the best mimosas in town. Have you tried Banger's manmosa? Take brunch to the next level and order a Texas-sized beer stein filled with an entire bottle of champagne and a splash of O.J. It’s on the pricey side and a food purchase is required, but the Banger's experience of this cocktail is a must-try in Austin. Plus, their house-made sausage is pretty darn good and their Sunday brunch lasts ‘til 4 pm. Grab a friend (or two) and head to Banger’s for a good old fashioned time.
2310 Manor Rd
Haymaker has got the goods with $2 mimosas. All. Day. Long. Whether you’re on the East Side or about to catch a flight at ABIA, looking for a Sunday morning, afternoon or evening refreshment has never been easier. Swing by to work off a hangover and stay to enjoy the live music. Haymaker's regionally-inspired comfort food, specialty sandwiches, and poutine make it an Austin favorite eatery on Manor Rd. and its now-open location near Gate 24 in the airport.
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238 W 2nd St
Though Cru Wine Bar is known for its elegant wines and gourmet cuisine, this Napa-style eatery also specializes in one of Austin's best brunches. Cru's brunch menu features $3 glasses and $12 carafes, an affordable and generous deal. The mimosas are some of the freshest in town, made with Ruffino prosecco and grove-stand orange juice. Not to mention the $12 carafe special is one hell of a deal. Load up on brunch food and get your champagne-OJ fix over at Cru Wine Bar.
$60 Gourmet Brunch and Bottomless Mimosas at TRIO
98 San Jacinto Blvd
Wait! Wait! Wait! Don't be shocked by the price. We know, $60 for brunch is a bit pricey, but TRIO's brunch special is well worth the cost. Located inside the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel on San Jacinto, TRIO is a place you go to treat yourself. While their Sunday brunch costs a pretty penny, it delivers with a plethora of gourmet breakfast foods like pancakes, pastries, casseroles, and more. And, of course, the $60 admission fee includes bottomless mimosas. Made with some of the freshest orange juice in Austin and high-dollar champagne, TRIO's mimosas are certainly worth their cost. If you feel like going all out after a long night of partying, head to TRIO and indulge.
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$5 Flavored Mimosas at The Park
4024 S Lamar Blvd
The Park has good sports, good food, and great mimosa deals. On Saturdays, you can grab a mimosa for $5 until 8 pm. But their weekend brunch is truly where it’s at. Beginning at 11 am you can enjoy the brunch menu, where you'll find five different flavored mimosas: Pineapple Basil, Classic Orange, Strawberry Citrus, Mango Ginger, and Prickly Pear. These mimosas are just $2 until 3 pm - why not go big and try them all? Located at the Domain and S. Lamar, no matter where you live in Austin, they’re only a quick ride away.
5425 Burnet Rd
♫ Yoga and mimosas, champagne and... orange juice!♫ That’s not quite how the song goes but all these things will definitely still get you through the day and make sure you're relaxed too. Little Woodrow’s on Burnet hosts a donation-based yoga class every Saturday paired with $3 mimosas to enjoy after an hour of mindfulness and a few downward dogs. Bring your own mat (Little Woodrow's only has a few to spare) and be ready to go at 11 am.
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