What would your weekend brunch be without a steady stream of mimosas to complement your French toast, eggs Benedict, and hash browns?
Enjoy a bottomless supply of orange juice and Champagne or OJ and sparkling wine with a wide range of cuisines.
You don’t often hear Balkan and brunch paired together, but at Ambar, you can experience the rich, savory food of the Balkan peninsula alongside your sparkling morning drink. Ambar’s mimosas run 99 cents each with brunch. Its brunch includes beef prosciutto Benedict, cheese pie, and cinnamon sweet truffle sourdough topped with powdered sugar. Sip on a traditional mimosa made with sparkling wine, or try something new with the mix berry mimosa, made with a sweet berry puree. 2901 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, $42.99
Don Tito boasts a true love of three things — tacos, tequila, and beer — but don’t think for a minute that doesn’t mean you can’t find a great mimosa on the menu. Bottomless brunch includes all-you-can-drink mimosas, micheladas, and select beers with a brunch item of your choice. Items include everything from brioche toast paired with ham, carnitas, berry jam, and provolone cheese to a breakfast quesadilla stuffed with eggs, bacon, cheese, and fire-roasted peppers and onions. 3165 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, $35
For Southern brunch fare, head over to Hen Quarter in Old Town Alexandria. The family-style brunch lets you choose three starters and three meals for the table, plus endless mimosas, with refills at 35 cents each. Enjoy housemade apple ricotta donuts dusted with cinnamon sugar and crispy fried chicken and buttermilk biscuits as couple of your options. Mimosas come in the classic flavor, watermelon, peach, or strawberry. 801 King St., Alexandria, $31.95 for adults, $12.95 for kids 10 and under
Inca Social offers authentic Peruvian food at its colorful Vienna and Arlington locations, although the brunch menus differ slightly. The $15 mimosas come in classic, passionfruit, pineapple, or chicha morada. For your meal, indulge in the Inca Breakfast, an authentic Peruvian chicken tamal served with pork chicharron, sweet potato fries, a mini brioche bun and salsa criolla. 2670 Avenir Pl., Vienna; 1776 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, meal prices vary
The elegant Lightfoot Restaurant in Leesburg offers a Sunday brunch that might seem traditional at first glance but is full of surprises. Start off sharing an appetizer like the Asian crab nachos, served with cucumber, chili sauce, cilantro, jalapeños, scallions, and crispy shallots. For the main event, relish in glazed fried chicken thighs served on grilled Asiago bread, beef French dip on sourdough with basil mayo, or a corned beef Reuben (need we say more?). And don’t think we’ve forgotten about the reason you came in the first place — $18 will get you all the mimosas you’ve ever dreamed of. 11 N. King St., Leesburg, meal prices vary
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