Goldfinch Tavern

The Ethan Stowell restaurant in the Four Seasons ups the ante on your average hotel buffet with endless mimosas. Prosecco and Champagne flutes come standard, with a choice of orange, grapefruit, pineapple, or cranberry juice.

Super Six

Infinite refills are a steal at $15. But, as the menu beseeches, be cool. Unlike the customer who, legend has it, asked for merely an eye drop’s worth of OJ in the champagne—and produced his own eyedropper. 

Smith

Restaurateur Linda Derschang sold Smith and yet all the favorites remain, including mimosa pitchers. Orange, pomegranate, grapefruit, or a juice combo meets a bottle and a half of Campo Viejo cava, which can be split up to eight ways…if you’re generous.

Nue

Brunch and bottomless mimosas are on the agenda every day of the week from 10 to 3 at this Capitol Hill spot (see here). Refills of OJ and brut bubbly are never-ending—at least within a two-hour window.

Lost Lake Cafe and Lounge

The Twin Peaks cafe lookalike might be the only spot in Seattle where you can get a mimosa pitcher 20 hours a day, every single day. Lost Lake’s bubbles make up 75 percent of the drink, too.

Ma'ono

At just $15, this Hawaiian fried chicken joint shines on our list as one of the more affordable of the bunch. Round out your morning meal with a plate of french toast, or the less traditional spicy fried chicken sandwich. Brunch goes from 9 to 3 on weekends, but be advised: Ma'ono's West Seattle location is the only one that offers the killer deal on one-liter carafes. —Landon Groves

Mission Cantina

For the late risers among us, Mission Cantina's weekend brunch menu starts at 10 and doesn't let up until 4—for those keeping track at home, that's a solid six hours of day drinking. As if that wasn't already enough, the West Seattle restaurant boasts 15 different kinds of bottomless mimosas in flavors like hibiscus and prickly pear ($15 each). —LG

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