Long work weeks require good eats and stiff drinks, and there's no better place to get both than at brunch. But you can't have brunch just anywhere. Make your brunch stop worth it by hitting up one of Fort Lauderdale's best all-you-can-drink brunches because, if you're going to brunch, it's gotta be bottomless!
Fort Lauderdale's first brunch hot spot is still the place to be on the weekend. Tap 42's meal offerings are scrumptious, which is reason enough to swing by, but all-you-can-drink mimosas and bloody marys are only $15. And if the line that forms outside 20 minutes before open is any indication, it's one of the best midday parties in town.
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There are few better places to get social than American Social, and with bottomless mimosas on deck, you'll definitely be in a friendly, festive mood. The best part about American Social is that it doubles as one of Fort Lauderdale's best sports bars. So if you happen to head over for brunch and bottomless mimosas during football season, you might as well stick around for the game.
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Public House has made its reputation as one of Downtown Fort Lauderdale's best weekend late-night destinations, but few people realize it's also boasts one of Fort Lauderdale's best all-you-can-drink brunches. And with breakfast flatbreads and more, you'll combine good eating with even better drinking.
Louie Bossie is known as one of Fort Lauderdale's best pizza spots, but on Saturday and Sunday, it's also one of the city's best brunch spots. Louie Bossi's also boasts one of the city's best outside dining areas, and with the order of an entree during lunch, you get bottomless mimosas.
Burlock Coast's brunch is more than simply a brunch: it can be a day-long experience if you want it to be. While most brunches wrap up around 2:00 p.m. or 3:00 p.m., Burlock Coast keeps the breakfast-lunch fusions and mimosas flowing until 5:00 p.m. You'll probably want to Uber or Lyft if you decide to hit up this all-you-can-drink brunch.
What's better than bottomless brunch? Bottomless brunch with a view! And there's nothing more South Florida than sipping on a mimosa than with a view of Fort Lauderdale's yacht traffic with the sun shining.
If you think Rok Brger is the place to be on Saturday night, then you'll be pleased to know it's also a top destination on Sunday afternoon. This place whips up its own versions of breakfast and lunch classics, and as one of Fort Lauderdale's best gastropubs, you have more drink options than bottomless brunch.
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Bull Market is definitely a brunch battleground, but the bright side of that is that you're the winner no matter where you end up. And with bottomless brunch from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for just $24, you may have to wave the white flag before brunch is over.
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Fort Lauderdale's best all-you-can-drink brunches capture the best of what the weekend promises: a light atmospheres, good friends, and an escape from the Monday-through-Friday grind.
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