Guide to Bottomless Brunch in Pittsburgh: All the places for all the mimosas

‘Brunch without champagne is just a sad breakfast’: A guide to all of the places to find bottomless brunch in Pittsburgh. 

by Lainne Bacharach
November 1, 2019

Brunch is the meal that people love or love to hate. The hosts of the Dinner Party Download podcast dislike this morning meal so much that they named their book “Brunch is Hell: How to Save the World By Throwing a Dinner Party.”

The popularity of brunch has been growing and brunch isn’t going away any time soon; If you are interested in the brunch culture of Washington, D.C., this Washington Post story offers some surprising details about brunch culture in D.C. Pittsburgh doesn’t quite have the brunch scene of D.C., New York or Portland. To brunch or not to brunch — that is a question you’ll have to answer for yourself.

Guide to Bottomless Brunch in Pittsburgh

If you do choose to brunch, here are all the places you can find a bottomless brunch in Pittsburgh

An unlimited supply of breakfast cocktails to go with your brunch AND at a peculiarly low price? This seems too good to be true. We set out to find the best Bottomless Brunch in Pittsburgh.

Franktuary // Lawrenceville

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Brunch hours: 

  • Sunday 11 am – 3 pm

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Introducing a true gem in the world of brunch! Honest, 100% bottomless mimosas for $14! If you want to wake up to a constant stream of OJ and champagne, then you’ve found your place. Yes, they do serve other things besides hotdogs. The brunch menu has variety and Franktaury offers a few interesting seasonal brunch specials, like Lemon Poppyseed Ricotta Pancakes and Breakfast Pizza.

Interested in learning more about Frantuary? We’ve got a video tour of the Franktuary food truck

North Park Lounge // Lawrenceville

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Brunch hours:

  • Saturday 10 am – 2 pm
  • Sunday 10 am – 2 pm

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NPL Lawrenceville not only has Bottomless Mimosas on their brunch menu, but they also have Bottomless Bloody Marys. For $13, you can have an unlimited number of either breakfast cocktail unlimitedly from 10 am until 2 pm. The food menu is large including both classic brunch items and some unique options. If you are looking for a good time and a long time make your way to NPL’s brunch.

Spirit // Lawrenceville

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Brunch hours: 

  • Saturday 11 am – 3 pm
  • Sunday 11 am – 3 pm

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Going a little rogue with this one, but hear us out. Spirit has a brunch buffet on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am until 3 pm. For $15 per person, you get a buffet of “bottomless” foods, such as buttermilk biscuits with gravy, bacon, curried potatoes, zucchini fritters, yogurt, granola, and pizza. Bottomless pizza! Yes, pizza is non-alcoholic, but some (most) people may argue it’s just as necessary as alcohol on Sunday mornings.

Local Bar and Grill // Southside

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Brunch hours: 

  • Saturday 11 am – 3 pm
  • Sunday 11 am – 3 pm

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Local Bar and Grill on Carson St. in the Southside technically doesn’t have bottomless mimosa on Sundays. But a carafe of mimosa for $12 or two for $20 might as well be bottomless.

This won’t be a chill brunch by any means, Local tends to get a little wild during brunch hours. It’s a great spot for big groups and out of town guests.

The Yard // Shadyside, Market Square, Mount Lebanon & North Fayette

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Brunch hours: 

  • Saturday 11 am – 4 pm
  • Sunday 11 am – 4 pm

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On Saturdays and Sundays, “Basically Bottomless Brunch” is offered at all four of The Yard locations. It is “basically” bottomless because there is a limit of 15 Mimosas or Bloody Marys per person. The almost bottomless mimosa at the Yard is $15, the bloody mary is $18. The brunch menu has unique comfort food items, that don’t lack in cheese or tater tots.

Revel & Roost // Downtown

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Brunch hours:

  • Saturday 7 am – 2 pm
  • Sunday 7 am – 3 pm

Need an early start to brunch? Revel & Roost is the place to go if you need to start drinking bloody marys before 8 am. The bottomless Revel Mary is $14. The brunch menu offers a range of food items and the food here is pretty good and reasonably priced for a restaurant that is attached to a hotel.

Looking for more brunch in the ‘Burgh?

Thrillist has put together an extensive list of Pittsburgh brunch spots.

https://www.facebook.com/DowntownPitt/posts/10157286727625867

Also, take a peek at our video about The Zenith which is known for its vegan brunch buffet.

Know of another bottomless brunch that should be on the list? Send us an email [email protected]

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