What’s better than a leisurely weekend brunch at a fun restaurant with your friends when visiting Florida’s third largest city? One that’s served with bottomless mimosas in Tampa.
There’s just something about that combination of bubbles and juice that makes the morning-into-afternoon meal taste even better and most definitely more celebratory—especially when there are refills at the ready. Here are 7 great places for bottomless mimosas in Tampa.
Ava Soho–best for weekend bottomless mimosas in Tampa and banana pancakes
Bottomless mimosas in Tampa with a side of banana panackes? We won’t say no. (Image courtesy of Ava Soho)
Attractively designed inside and out, this popular spot in Soho in Tampa’s hip Hyde Park neighborhood draws in diners for Italian cuisine made with fresh local ingredients and bottomless mimosas during the popular weekend brunches.
Neapolitan pizzas cooked in the restaurant’s Italian-made pizza oven are standouts, and you can find some on the brunch menu, which also includes options like an Italian Benedict, shrimp and grits, and a frittata with goat cheese and veggies.
Ava Soho offers bottomless mimosas for $20 per person to accompany all the delicious brunch choices on Saturdays and Sundays.
Bar Louie Tampa–best for bottomless mimosas in Tampa on a three-day weekend
The Tampa location of the national “gastrobar” chain occupies a spot in the lively restaurant zone of the International Plaza shopping center and lures in the revelers three days a week with bottomless mimosas. “Eat. Drink. Be Happy” is a tenet of the restaurant, and brunch is a great time to make that happen.
Bottomless mimosas are offered at Bar Louie Tampa during brunch on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for $15 per person. Pair them with a bacon and egg flatbread, deep dish French toast, or cinnamon donut holes for a truly sweet meal.
Bearrs Tavern & Tap–best for bottomless mimosas in Tampa with a side of and breakfast sliders
Known for comfort food, barbecue, and craft beer and cocktails, this North Tampa spot calls itself the “Home of the 3-Day Weekend” with a brunch menu to back that up–and it brings on the flowing mimosas.
In addition to options like a pancake board and breakfast sliders, Bearrs Tavern & Tap offers bottomless mimosas for $15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sip them on the dog-friendly patio or inside the stylish restaurant with lots of design features that are perfect for snapping that perfect weekend social Instagram pic.
The Blind Goat Food and Drink Co.–best for bottomless mimosas in Tampa and Shock Top tallboys, too
Tampa’s Blind Goat Food and Drink Co. celebrates the history of the American bar with a focus on “simple done right.” Patrons can sit inside or out, and the brunch menu includes eats like a chicken club breakfast quesadilla and a Cuban guava dessert waffle. If you’re coming for bottomless mimosas, they’ve got you covered, too.
Bottomless mimosas are served during brunch on Saturdays and Sundays for $15. For $20, diners can switch between bottomless mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Shock Top tallboys.
Bulla Gastrobar–best for passionfruit bottomless mimosas in Tampa and sangria
Bulla Gastrobar Tampa ups the bottomless mimosas in Tampa ante with a passionfruit variety to round out the usual orange. (Image courtesy of Bulla Gastrobar Tampa).
This stylish Hyde Park restaurant specializing in Spanish tapas offers both a prix-fixe brunch menu as well as a la carte options like hazelnut waffles and a brunch paella. Diners at Bulla Gastrobar Tampa can enjoy bottomless traditional or passionfruit mimosas for $20 a person (or opt for bottomless sangria if preferred).
Brunch gets leveled up at the rooftop lounge at Bulla Gastrobar in South Tampa, and that’s even before you add bottomless mimosas to the mix (Image courtesy Bulla Gastrobar).
And be sure to plan a trip back to check out the rooftop lounge open in the evening on Fridays and Saturdays–one of the coolest little hideaway rooftops bars in Tampa.
c.1949–best for bottomless mimosas in Tampa and Bloody Marys
Located not too far from ZooTampa at Lowry Park and Raymond James Stadium, c.1949 serves bottomless, interchangeable mimosas, sangrias, and Bloody Marys for $15 on Sundays from noon to 3 p.m. The Tampa craft beer bar is one of the best breweries in Tampa but it doesn’t serve food– that said, patrons are welcome to bring their own brunch favorites from home or another restaurant.
District Tavern–best for those who like bottomless mimosas in Tampa with a side of beer buckets
An elevated version of a neighborhood bar, District Tavern occupies prime real estate in Tampa’s Channelside District. The weekend brunch menu features options like steak hash and a breakfast burger, and bottomless mimosas are served for $25 per person.
If bubbles aren’t your thing, there’s a menu of brunch cocktails as well as beer bucket specials to enjoy while watching the weekend’s college football and NFL games. So no matter what everyone drinks, your whole brunch group can find something here.
Beth Luberecki is a longtime freelance writer and resident of Florida who enjoys exploring the state with her husband and teenage daughter. Her work has appeared in media outlets including Forbes Vetted, FamilyVacationist, USA Today Travel, and Washington Post’s Express. Learn more about her at bethluberecki.com and on Instagram at @bethlubereckiwrites.