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Bacon to Mimosas, Bloody Marys to All-You-Can-Eat Pho: These Are Denver's Best Bottomless Deals

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There is something comforting about the old-school all-you-can-eat deal. You don't count your bites or sips and allow yourself to pig out and drink up, losing yourself into the bottomless choice you just made. Eater found 14 bottomless deals worth checking out. You can ease into your weekend with a Blood Orange Mimosa at RootDown, turn the all-you-can-eat pho at Parallel 17 into an eating competition with your friends, snack on bacon till you drop at the Wazee Supper Club, and more. If you get too full, don't blame it on us.


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— Bottomless guide by Lauren Monitz

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Parallel Seventeen

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If you’re vying for some Asian flair with your eggs, P17 is the place to be for brunch. There is all-you-can-eat pho for $17, plus, among others, bacon Bloodies and lychee Bellinis. The bottomless pho is available daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for whenever the craving hits, weekday or weekend. Adding oxtail for an extra $2 surely enhances the flavor profile.
The mack daddy of all-you-can-eat breakfast, Richard Sandoval was the first to pioneer the bottomless brunch concept with his artful blend of Latin-Asian fusion. For $35, enjoy free flowing small plates, cocktails and coffee for up to two hours of morning delight. Combine innovative sushi rolls with dim sum, peking duck chilaquiles and bacon fried rice for an international palate cleansing.

Ellyngton's @ The Brown Palace

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Craving an Easter feast every week? The Sunday Dom Perignon brunch ($49.95 for food, additional $10 for champagne) at one of Denver’s finest hotels may be right up your alley. Set to ambient jazz tunes, the Brown Palace serves up everything from made-in-front of your eyes eggs and waffles to a carving station, sushi, salads and seafood.
Indulge in homestyle comfort food to the sound of, for example, the award-winning Paris Takes Quartet. Bottomless Mimosas and Bloodies ($9) are available alongside an all-you-can-eat buffet ($18.95) on Sundays because really, who doesn’t crave mac and cheese for breakfast?

Root Down

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There are bottomless mimosas offered until 3:15 and guests can choose from the Classic style ($12) or Blood Orange ($14). But be warned, as one of the most popular farm to table urban chic hangouts in Denver, wait times often exceed an hour, especially if you want to waste away the day on their fabulous patio.
Offering a two-hour $35 Bottomless Margarita Brunch with free flowing cocktails and unlimited small plates, Tamayo brings the crowds back every week with its carnitas enchiladas, tortas and tacos. The only bummer? Guac isn’t included.

Wazee Supper Club

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A cultural institution in LoDo since the ‘70‘s, Wazee Supper Club attracts the Friday happy hour crowd with bacon. Every Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. there is crispy free bacon at the bar. Is there a better kickoff to the weekend than free bacon?

The Corner Office Restaurant

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Throw on your Austin Powers hater blockers because it’s perfectly acceptable to wear your stunner shades inside at the Corner Office’s Disco Brunch. “Don’t Stop ‘til you get Enough” of the “I Will Survive” bottomless DIY Marys ($15) and Mimosas ($10) rolls every Sunday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Bloody bar features everything from shrimp and pickles to pickled eggplant, shoestring fries, and pork belly to season your drink.

Marco's Coal Fired Pizzeria

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Bottomless Mimosas ($10) available every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am - 3 pm are paired with “eggseptional” pizza creations like the Tribeca, overflowing with Proscuitto, sweet Vidalia onions and roasted peppers and the Lombardia, crispy Panchetta, asparagus and oven roasted potatoes.

Corner House

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A quaint neighborhood eatery, Corner Hosue makes killer short rib chilaquiles topped with a poached egg and avocado lime crema. While those are not bottomless, the Mimosas are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Panzano

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Let the bottomless Bellinis ($9) served any day of the week kickstart your day. Made with Zonin Prosecco and house made peach and pear purees or orange, cranberry, pineapple, and fresh-squeezed grapefruit juices, it could be the perfect start to your morning.
Gather, the Golden Triangle contemporary cafe and lounge, offers bottomless Mimosas on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for just $11. Guests can enjoy bottomless Mimosas and a Rosenberg's Bagel Sandwich for $14.

Margs Uptown

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An afternoon at Marg's Taco Bistro will make you wish that all your afternoons were spent south of the border, barefoot, with margarita salt on your lips. Or, if it’s from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday or Sunday, the bottomless Mimosas ($6.99) will whisk you away to your own imaginary beachy paradise.

Parallel Seventeen

If you’re vying for some Asian flair with your eggs, P17 is the place to be for brunch. There is all-you-can-eat pho for $17, plus, among others, bacon Bloodies and lychee Bellinis. The bottomless pho is available daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for whenever the craving hits, weekday or weekend. Adding oxtail for an extra $2 surely enhances the flavor profile.

Zengo

The mack daddy of all-you-can-eat breakfast, Richard Sandoval was the first to pioneer the bottomless brunch concept with his artful blend of Latin-Asian fusion. For $35, enjoy free flowing small plates, cocktails and coffee for up to two hours of morning delight. Combine innovative sushi rolls with dim sum, peking duck chilaquiles and bacon fried rice for an international palate cleansing.

Ellyngton's @ The Brown Palace

Craving an Easter feast every week? The Sunday Dom Perignon brunch ($49.95 for food, additional $10 for champagne) at one of Denver’s finest hotels may be right up your alley. Set to ambient jazz tunes, the Brown Palace serves up everything from made-in-front of your eyes eggs and waffles to a carving station, sushi, salads and seafood.

Dazzle

Indulge in homestyle comfort food to the sound of, for example, the award-winning Paris Takes Quartet. Bottomless Mimosas and Bloodies ($9) are available alongside an all-you-can-eat buffet ($18.95) on Sundays because really, who doesn’t crave mac and cheese for breakfast?

Root Down

There are bottomless mimosas offered until 3:15 and guests can choose from the Classic style ($12) or Blood Orange ($14). But be warned, as one of the most popular farm to table urban chic hangouts in Denver, wait times often exceed an hour, especially if you want to waste away the day on their fabulous patio.

Tamayo

Offering a two-hour $35 Bottomless Margarita Brunch with free flowing cocktails and unlimited small plates, Tamayo brings the crowds back every week with its carnitas enchiladas, tortas and tacos. The only bummer? Guac isn’t included.

Wazee Supper Club

A cultural institution in LoDo since the ‘70‘s, Wazee Supper Club attracts the Friday happy hour crowd with bacon. Every Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. there is crispy free bacon at the bar. Is there a better kickoff to the weekend than free bacon?

The Corner Office Restaurant

Throw on your Austin Powers hater blockers because it’s perfectly acceptable to wear your stunner shades inside at the Corner Office’s Disco Brunch. “Don’t Stop ‘til you get Enough” of the “I Will Survive” bottomless DIY Marys ($15) and Mimosas ($10) rolls every Sunday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Bloody bar features everything from shrimp and pickles to pickled eggplant, shoestring fries, and pork belly to season your drink.

Marco's Coal Fired Pizzeria

Bottomless Mimosas ($10) available every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am - 3 pm are paired with “eggseptional” pizza creations like the Tribeca, overflowing with Proscuitto, sweet Vidalia onions and roasted peppers and the Lombardia, crispy Panchetta, asparagus and oven roasted potatoes.

Corner House

A quaint neighborhood eatery, Corner Hosue makes killer short rib chilaquiles topped with a poached egg and avocado lime crema. While those are not bottomless, the Mimosas are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Panzano

Let the bottomless Bellinis ($9) served any day of the week kickstart your day. Made with Zonin Prosecco and house made peach and pear purees or orange, cranberry, pineapple, and fresh-squeezed grapefruit juices, it could be the perfect start to your morning.

Gather

Gather, the Golden Triangle contemporary cafe and lounge, offers bottomless Mimosas on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for just $11. Guests can enjoy bottomless Mimosas and a Rosenberg's Bagel Sandwich for $14.

Margs Uptown

An afternoon at Marg's Taco Bistro will make you wish that all your afternoons were spent south of the border, barefoot, with margarita salt on your lips. Or, if it’s from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday or Sunday, the bottomless Mimosas ($6.99) will whisk you away to your own imaginary beachy paradise.

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