We all love a good boozy brunch. Let’s be real, it’s all about the OJ and Prosecco, which just happens to come with a side of eggs Benedict. That’s why we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite mimosas around the Valley. Bonus: They’re all under $10, so you can get your bougie brunch on – on a budget.
Breakfast and lunch classics get a stylish upgrade at The Vig, where you could go sweet with lemon ricotta pancakes or savory with steak and eggs. You know what pairs great with both? Sparkling wine and your choice of cranberry, grapefruit, orange or pineapple juice ($9).
Five Valley locations, thevig.us
Take it to Uptown or Old Town for brunch at Bevvy. Go OG with OJ or choose from pineapple, cranberry or grapefruit juice ($8). Savory or sweet, you say? Get the best of both worlds with the chicken and waffles.
Two Valley locations, bevvyaz.com
Big appetite? Get the smoked brisket or bunch burger. Looking for something lighter? Avocado toast with tomato and radish. Sweet tooth? Brie-stuffed French toast with fresh fruit. The choices are endless at Ocotillo, but here’s one easy decision: $6 mimosas.
3243 N. Third St., Phoenix, 602-687-9080, ocotillophx.com
The breakfast and lunch options at Scramble can be a bit overwhelming – four types of breakfast burritos and Benedicts, six omelets styles and half a dozen breakfast pizzas. Why not sip a mimosa ($4.89) while you look over the menu? Having a hard time deciding? Make it bottomless for $14.
Four valley locations, azscramble.com
Enjoy a classic American or south-of-the-border breakfast at FEZ, where mimosas with fresh orange, grapefruit or cranberry juice are just $6 each. For $20, you can get a bottle of Champagne and a carafe of juice to share with your brunch bunch.
105 W. Portland St., Phoenix, 602-287-8700, fezoncentral.com
We love Otro’s effortless blend of innovative New American dishes with classic Mexican fare, which is showcased on its extensive brunch menu – you can choose from chilaquiles, burgers and much more. Otro’s mimosa ($7) features fresh-squeezed orange juice.
6035 N. Seventh St, Phoenix, 602-266-0831, otrocafe.com
The ever-popular Postino WineCafe (known for its great and affordable wine and toothsome bruschetta boards) has jumped on the brunch bandwagon, offering a mean shakshuka and panettone French toast. It also offers mimosas for just five bucks (only a dollar more than a regular glass of OJ).
Six Valley locations, postinowinecafe.com