Celebrate National Mimosa Day At One Of These 7 Boston Restaurants
What’s better than Sunday brunch with one (or many more) mimosas in hand? We’re waiting…
National Mimosa Day is Sunday, May 16th. To celebrate, check out some of the best brunch spots in Boston to get those bottomless bubbles!
Gather – in Boston’s Seaport District, you’ll find their expansive patio, indoor dining spaces, and socially-distanced seating. Gather serves modern American-inspired dishes like their popular chicken and waffle bites, mimosa towers, and more!
The Friendly Toast – serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner all day, every day, alongside a full bar with unique drinks to match including, bacon infused Bloody Marys, dreamsicle cocktails, & mimosa flights.
Bostonia Public House – The atmosphere is best described as sociably sophisticated. An ambiance that lends itself to both a polished dining experience and spirited bar environment. A place where friends can socialize after work, anyone can pull up a stool and feel at home, and visitors come to revel in the ‘Boston experience’. Check out their brunch bubbles that will have you going back for more!
Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant – Located in the heart of South Boston, Lincoln is a classic American tavern that offers guests a welcoming combination of home-spun, American fare alongside a wide variety of rustic, wood-fire-grilled specialties. Make your way to the lively main bar for their weekend or week day brunch with delicious mimosas.
The Playwright Bar – Did someone say a tower of bubbles? The Playwright Bar has been one of the South Boston’s favorite neighborhood bars for over two decades! The perfect place to gather and watch your favorite sports team or enjoy their beautiful outside patio.
The Beehive – Whether a casual meal or special occasion, join them for their new fresh focus on flavorful, approachable, everyday food sourced with ingredients from local farms. You can’t forget the bubbly by the glass!
Sonsie – Celebrates over twenty-five years on Boston’s famous Newbury Street serving top-notch International cuisine. Open seven days a week, Sonsie boasts beautiful French doors that translate to an open sidewalk cafe in season, as well as a European lounge with deep leather chairs and sofas. The mahogany bar serves the best martinis and mimosas in town from an experienced lot of friendly bartenders and the brick-oven churns out eclectic pizzas throughout the day.