National Mimosa Day is coming on May 16.
And while that’s a Monday, there are plenty of places around Orlando where you can celebrate early this weekend.
If you weren’t aware, a mimosa is a cocktail that pairs champagne with citrus juice, usually orange. However, many places offer a range of juices you can try along with your bubbles.
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Mimosas pair well with brunch, so many of the locations below run their mimosa specials on the weekends when brunch is served.
358 N. Park Ave., Winter Park
During weekend brunch, Boca Winter Park offers bottomless mimosas.
8441 International Dr., Suite 260, Orlando
Every Sunday at Tapa Toro from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. you can get bottomless mimosas for an additional charge when you order the all-you-can-eat paella or another entrée.
629 E. Central Blvd., Orlando
Its brunch menu offers bottomless mimosas for $15 with the purchase of an entrée. You get to choose your juice.
7335 W. Sand Lake Rd., Suite 101, Orlando
During weekend brunch, you can get bottomless mimosas for $16.95.
310 Park Avenue South, Winter Park & 301 E. Pine St., Orlando
On its brunch menu, 310 Restaurants has $22 bottomless mimosas.
8171 International Dr., Orlando
During its bottomless brunch on weekends, you can get bottomless mimosas as well for an additional $20.
8323 W. Sand Lake Rd., Orlando
On its brunch menu, you’ll find bottomless mimosas for $20 with a limit of 2 hours.
8625 International Dr., Orlando
Along with the bottomless brunch, patrons can partake in bottomless mimosas for $19.
4201 S. Orange Ave., Orlando
The Waterfront’s brunch menu has bottomless mimosas for $15.99. There’s a limit of two hours.
42 W. Central Blvd., Orlando
Ember hosts a Sunday brunch where you can enjoy all-you-can-drink mimosas.
Five locations across Central Florida
On Saturday and Sunday, Graffiti Junktion has bottomless mimosas for $13 with the purchase of an entrée.
Outpost Kitchen, Bar & Provisions
111 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland
Mimosas are bottomless for $18 at Outpost Kitchen during Sunday brunch until 3 p.m.
Altamonte Springs & Orlando locations
Included in its tapas-style brunch for $44.95 on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. is bottomless mimosas.
325 S. Orange Ave., Orlando
On Sundays at The Boheme, you can enjoy its brunch for $67.50 per person which includes unlimited mimosas.
This restaurant isn’t in Orlando, but with all those flavor choices it sounds like a great location to try.
1023 New York Ave., St. Cloud
You can get bottomless mimosas all day, every day at Loading… Gastro. For $22 you get a selection of juice choices among orange, pineapple, grapefruit, cranberry, mango, guava, pomegranate, dragon fruit, apple, kiwi, desert pear, strawberry, peach, gingerbread, blue raspberry and cupcake.
And while these places don’t have bottomless mimosas, you’ll find a wide range of flavors to choose from.
337 N. Shine Ave., Orlando
Maxine’s offers three sizes of mimosas ranging from 6 oz to 11 oz or a quart. It offers these flavors: orange juice, ruby red grapefruit, cranberry, pomegranate, grape and pineapple, according to its menu online. It holds a Rejuicination Brunch every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The restaurant encourages you to make a reservation as weekends fill up quick, its website says.
276 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park
The Glass Knife offers an array of mimosa flavors with options of lavender honey, orange, strawberry lemonade, blood orange and cherry. Brunch is served on the weekend from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Six locations across Central Florida
There’s a mimosa flavor for everyone here. You can choose from classic orange, strawberry, cranberry, lemon blueberry and apple pie.
100 S. Eola Dr., Orlando
During brunch at The Stubborn Mule, you can get an orange, cranberry, pineapple or grapefruit mimosa. They are no longer bottomless.