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Go for Sparkling Brunch With 14 Mimosa Destinations

The other weekend cocktail.

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What is brunch without a bubbly cocktail or three to usher in the weekend? Here is Eater’s guide to that other brunch cocktail staple, the mimosa, with specials deals, bottle, and other fun takes on the sparkling sippers. Anything missing? Make your case in the comments below.

—Melody Fury, with updates by Nadia Chaudhury

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Juniper

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This stylish East Austin newcomer throws an Italian twist on bubbly drinks. The Sonny Mimo is brightened up with fresh orange juice and peach liqueur, while the Spritz integrates the herbal pair, Campari, and vermouth.

Juliet Ristorante

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Another Italian eatery that not only offers the classic Kir Royal (with creme de cassis), but also a Blackberry 75 (with Cognac, blackberry, lemon). And if you so choose, go decadent with the seasonal bellini, topped with a scoop of housemade sorbeti of your choice.

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Jacoby's Restaurant & Mercantile

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This laid-back neighborhood joint offers the classic mimosa or the ginger peach bellini by the glass, and pitchers in two sizes for sharing.

Licha's Cantina

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If you think mimosas go well with Mexican eats, try the hibiscus ginger mimosa for an extra boost of tartness and kick.

Weather Up

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This east side retreat boasts a brunch champagne program. The DIY version ($36) includes a full bottle and a choice of fresh juice. Meanwhile, the specialty champagne cocktails such as the Smarty Jones (gin, strawberry jasmine, grapefruit juice, and champagne) and Cry Baby (rye, blackberry mint, fresh lime juice, champagne) go down way too easily.

Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden

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“Manmosa” name aside, the mimosa is served in a tankard, so this hefty portion will please anyone.

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Geraldine's

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Paying homage to Austin, the bar team concocted innovative sparklers such as Deep in the Heart (Deep Eddy Ruby Red vodka, strega lime, prosecco) and the Ladybird (Amontillado sherry, Argus Ciderkin Cider, sarsaparilla bitters).

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Mongers Market + Kitchen

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If you're feeling like seafood, these fish experts will also pour mimosas at $3 a glass or a carafe at $15.

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Free mimosa with order of brunch entrée. Enough said.

Stella San Jac

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Elevated brunch cocktails such as the Stellamosa (housemade "citrus-cello” with bubbles) and the Stella Spritzer (1876 Vodka, prosecco, raspberries) grace the weekend menu, next to the must-order biscuits and bacon churros.

Central Standard

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This handsome eatery recently unveiled its brunch selection, which features the Pear & Sage (Mas Fi Brut Cava, Mathilde Poire, sage, lemon).

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Juniper

This stylish East Austin newcomer throws an Italian twist on bubbly drinks. The Sonny Mimo is brightened up with fresh orange juice and peach liqueur, while the Spritz integrates the herbal pair, Campari, and vermouth.

Juliet Ristorante

Robert J. Lerma/EATX

Another Italian eatery that not only offers the classic Kir Royal (with creme de cassis), but also a Blackberry 75 (with Cognac, blackberry, lemon). And if you so choose, go decadent with the seasonal bellini, topped with a scoop of housemade sorbeti of your choice.

Robert J. Lerma/EATX

Jacoby's Restaurant & Mercantile

This laid-back neighborhood joint offers the classic mimosa or the ginger peach bellini by the glass, and pitchers in two sizes for sharing.

Licha's Cantina

If you think mimosas go well with Mexican eats, try the hibiscus ginger mimosa for an extra boost of tartness and kick.

Weather Up

This east side retreat boasts a brunch champagne program. The DIY version ($36) includes a full bottle and a choice of fresh juice. Meanwhile, the specialty champagne cocktails such as the Smarty Jones (gin, strawberry jasmine, grapefruit juice, and champagne) and Cry Baby (rye, blackberry mint, fresh lime juice, champagne) go down way too easily.

Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden

Spencer Selvidge/EATX

“Manmosa” name aside, the mimosa is served in a tankard, so this hefty portion will please anyone.

Spencer Selvidge/EATX

Geraldine's

JR Photo/EATX

Paying homage to Austin, the bar team concocted innovative sparklers such as Deep in the Heart (Deep Eddy Ruby Red vodka, strega lime, prosecco) and the Ladybird (Amontillado sherry, Argus Ciderkin Cider, sarsaparilla bitters).

JR Photo/EATX

Mongers Market + Kitchen

Meghan McCarron/EATX

If you're feeling like seafood, these fish experts will also pour mimosas at $3 a glass or a carafe at $15.

Meghan McCarron/EATX

Trace

Free mimosa with order of brunch entrée. Enough said.

Stella San Jac

Elevated brunch cocktails such as the Stellamosa (housemade "citrus-cello” with bubbles) and the Stella Spritzer (1876 Vodka, prosecco, raspberries) grace the weekend menu, next to the must-order biscuits and bacon churros.

Central Standard

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This handsome eatery recently unveiled its brunch selection, which features the Pear & Sage (Mas Fi Brut Cava, Mathilde Poire, sage, lemon).

Central Standard/Official

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