Enjoy these brunches with their bottomless beverages options!
Katie’s has a pretty impressive brunch, with options from barbecue shrimp and grits to crawfish beignets to pepperoni pizza. With all of the food bases covered, it’s no surprise that the restaurant is also indulgent with their beverages. For a minimal fee, you can have your choice of bottomless sangria, bloody marys, or mimosas. Their white sangria is an amazing way to enjoy a boozy brunch and compliments most dishes well.
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The rich crabmeat crepe served at Ralph’s brunch is a perfect pairing for their bottomless champagne. If you want to feel like royalty, this is the place to go – all of the dishes are elevated with fresh and unique ingredients, and guests can drink their fill of rosé, champagne, or mimosas as they eat and talk. Brunch is available every weekend so make sure you attend it while you’re in town!
Apolline not only offers bottomless mimosas and bloody marys – the restaurant has some of the best bloody marys in town – but their food is amazing. The cinnamon bacon is a must-have, as it perfectly marries sweet and salty, and it’s a great accompaniment for their country fried chicken and waffle.
Seaworthy is a delicious seafood restaurant offering an amazing seafood-focused brunch. Their sherry oyster shooters are proof of the freshness of their ingredients, and their crab cake, served on an english muffing, is topped with a perfectly poached egg. For beverages, they offer bottomless mimosas and sangrias, but the best option is the bottomless Pimm’s Cup – the peach adds a brightness that compliments the morning dishes and is sure to start your day off right.
Cane and Table is the best place for a Creole brunch. Their arepas are wonderfully spicy, the crawfish curry is a delicious blend of international influences, and the french toast is topped with locally made cane syrup for a sweet entreé. Get the All You Can Drink brunch option, and you have two hours to indulge in all of their freshly made punch – or mimosas if those are your favorite.