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13 Must-Drink Mimosas in Dallas

Find basic bubbly and OJ, plus a ton of interesting riffs on brunch’s favorite cocktail

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Brunch and mimosas are an iconic Dallas pairing, evidenced by the droves of diners that crowd the city’s patios on Saturdays and Sundays for a little day drinking.

Outside of the fluffy pancakes and hearty egg dishes, though, the cocktails are truly the most important part of brunch. No longer just cheap champagne mixed with orange juice, Dallas has a bevy of inventive mimosas that are also generally budget-friendly. From build-your-own options to freshly-squeezed juices mixed with quality bubbly, these 12 brunch destinations serve up some of the city’s finest mimosas.

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City Works - Frisco

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Why choose just one mimosa flavor when four is an option? At this Frisco brunch hotspot, order a flight of four different mimosas, ranging from the classic and rose-spiked versions to a “mulemosa” made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice for just $24. Also on the menu: a Champagne-free “beermosa” mixed with Tanqueray.

beermosa at CIty Works City Works [Official Photo]

The Biscuit Bar

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Beat the summer heat at this new Granite Park eatery with a “Fromosa,” a frozen take on the classic mimosa. There’s also the “Brunch Punch,” a mix of pineapple, sparkling wine, and lemon juice.

Bread Winners Café & Bakery

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Nothing pairs better with a croque madame or gooey cinnamon roll than Bread Winners’s pineapple upside down mimosa. Looking for something different? Try the frozen blood orange mimosa, an equally compelling offering.

Whistle Britches

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This North Dallas fried chicken joint has plenty of brunch cocktails, but the white cranberry mimosas are not to be missed. Mixed strong with vodka, bubbly, mint, and white cranberry juice, this brunch libation is also a bargain at $18 for each carafe. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays.

Snooze an A.M Eatery

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A newcomer to Dallas’ bustling brunch scene, Snooze has the mimosa game on lock. Consider the Palomimosa, mixed with Snooze’s house brand of sparkling and grapefruit juice, or the Abri-ca-lav-ra mimosa, an impossible-to-say but delicious to drink mixture of bubbly, apricot liqueur, honey, fresh lavender, and lemon juice.

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Henry's Majestic

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Visit the “Sparkle Bar” at this McKinney Avenue haunt for build-your-own mimosas with multiple sparkling wine and juice options, plus plenty of fruity garnishes.

make avocados affordable again #avotoast #mimosabar

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The Grapevine Bar

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Okay, it’s technically a peach Bellini, but this frozen, Everclear-based cocktail is a Dallas classic, especially during these absurdly hot summers.

Sixty Vines

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Known for its wines on tap, Sixty Vines offers a build-your-own mimosa bar on the weekends, making it easy for diners to customize their drinks with different juices, fruits, and garnishes.

This see-and-be-seen Deep Ellum watering hole is a brunch wonderland. There’s only one mimosa on offer, and it’s basic orange juice and bubbly, but at $15 for a full carafe, who cares about creativity?

Braindead Brewing

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Cider and champagne combine to produce the Cidermosa, a perfect day drinking cocktail that’s crisp and refreshing.

The Woolworth

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Available by the glass or a budget-friendly carafe priced at $16, the mimosas at The Woolworth are always made with decent bubbly. Choose from a Bellini made with peach puree and prosecco, or the fan favorite pomegranate mimosa. Brunch is served on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Starting the trip off right after a 6am flight

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Jonathon's Oak Cliff

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Bubbly-based libations flow heavy on the weekends at Jonathon’s, a Dallas brunch icon. Try the poinsettia, a mix of Champagne and cranberry juice, or consider the potent Champagne cosmo, a mix of Deep Eddy lemon vodka, cranberry juice, and sparkling wine.

The cure

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Keep the bubbly flowing all day long at Bolsa, where the mimosas are just $5 whenever brunch is served. These aren’t the basic bubbly-and-OJ combination, either — shake up this classic brunch cocktail with grapefruit or pineapple juice.

Oddfellows

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Freshly-squeezed orange and grapefruit juice are mixed into the mimosas at this Oak Cliff spot, and for $35, brunchers can score a carafe to serve the whole table.

City Works - Frisco

beermosa at CIty Works City Works [Official Photo]

Why choose just one mimosa flavor when four is an option? At this Frisco brunch hotspot, order a flight of four different mimosas, ranging from the classic and rose-spiked versions to a “mulemosa” made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice for just $24. Also on the menu: a Champagne-free “beermosa” mixed with Tanqueray.

beermosa at CIty Works City Works [Official Photo]

The Biscuit Bar

Beat the summer heat at this new Granite Park eatery with a “Fromosa,” a frozen take on the classic mimosa. There’s also the “Brunch Punch,” a mix of pineapple, sparkling wine, and lemon juice.

Bread Winners Café & Bakery

Nothing pairs better with a croque madame or gooey cinnamon roll than Bread Winners’s pineapple upside down mimosa. Looking for something different? Try the frozen blood orange mimosa, an equally compelling offering.

Whistle Britches

This North Dallas fried chicken joint has plenty of brunch cocktails, but the white cranberry mimosas are not to be missed. Mixed strong with vodka, bubbly, mint, and white cranberry juice, this brunch libation is also a bargain at $18 for each carafe. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays.

Snooze an A.M Eatery

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A newcomer to Dallas’ bustling brunch scene, Snooze has the mimosa game on lock. Consider the Palomimosa, mixed with Snooze’s house brand of sparkling and grapefruit juice, or the Abri-ca-lav-ra mimosa, an impossible-to-say but delicious to drink mixture of bubbly, apricot liqueur, honey, fresh lavender, and lemon juice.

Snooze/Facebook

Henry's Majestic

Visit the “Sparkle Bar” at this McKinney Avenue haunt for build-your-own mimosas with multiple sparkling wine and juice options, plus plenty of fruity garnishes.

make avocados affordable again #avotoast #mimosabar

A post shared by SMU Spoon University (@spoon_smu) on

The Grapevine Bar

Okay, it’s technically a peach Bellini, but this frozen, Everclear-based cocktail is a Dallas classic, especially during these absurdly hot summers.

Sixty Vines

Known for its wines on tap, Sixty Vines offers a build-your-own mimosa bar on the weekends, making it easy for diners to customize their drinks with different juices, fruits, and garnishes.

STIRR

This see-and-be-seen Deep Ellum watering hole is a brunch wonderland. There’s only one mimosa on offer, and it’s basic orange juice and bubbly, but at $15 for a full carafe, who cares about creativity?

Braindead Brewing

Cider and champagne combine to produce the Cidermosa, a perfect day drinking cocktail that’s crisp and refreshing.

The Woolworth

Available by the glass or a budget-friendly carafe priced at $16, the mimosas at The Woolworth are always made with decent bubbly. Choose from a Bellini made with peach puree and prosecco, or the fan favorite pomegranate mimosa. Brunch is served on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Starting the trip off right after a 6am flight

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Jonathon's Oak Cliff

Bubbly-based libations flow heavy on the weekends at Jonathon’s, a Dallas brunch icon. Try the poinsettia, a mix of Champagne and cranberry juice, or consider the potent Champagne cosmo, a mix of Deep Eddy lemon vodka, cranberry juice, and sparkling wine.

The cure

A post shared by Jose Rodriguez (@fluchero) on

Bolsa

Keep the bubbly flowing all day long at Bolsa, where the mimosas are just $5 whenever brunch is served. These aren’t the basic bubbly-and-OJ combination, either — shake up this classic brunch cocktail with grapefruit or pineapple juice.

Oddfellows

Freshly-squeezed orange and grapefruit juice are mixed into the mimosas at this Oak Cliff spot, and for $35, brunchers can score a carafe to serve the whole table.

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