Sometimes you've got to celebrate the small things. That's why, to welcome the weekend, we like to pop a bottle of something fizzy and catch up with some pals at one of Toronto's best restaurants — and bottomless mimosas are just the ticket.

It's no secret that Toronto is home to some amazing brunch spots, with everything from customizable eggs benny to fancy waffles on offer. But what if you took brunch to the next level by making a reservation for bottomless mimosas in Toronto? It's easy to lose track of time, so keep the good times going with boundless, free-flowing prosecco to go with your eggs and gossip.

We've rounded up the best spots for bottomless mimosas in Toronto, as well as bottomless prosecco, and in one case, bottomless breakfast scoffing. Make a reservation, wear your roomiest pants, and clear out your schedule for the rest of the day. Bottoms up. 

9 spots offering bottomless mimosas in Toronto

1. Toronto Beach Club

1681 Lake Shore Blvd E.

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As if Toronto Beach Club's location on Woodbine Beach wasn't swoony enough, the restaurant recently added the Oasis Brunch. Every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., eastenders can enjoy bottomless mimosas and brunch at the beach.

The limitless experience gives guests free rein over the raw bar featuring freshly shucked oysters, salmon and tuna crudo, plus a chef’s carving station with slow-roasted porchetta by the slice. Brunchers can also dig into savoury snacks like paella, piri piri chicken and lamb merguese. Oasis Brunch is $75 a head, and bottomless mimosas will set you back $45.

2. Marked

132 John St.

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Marked has been our passport to sunnier climes for a while. Everything about this South American spot downtown screams vacation, from its vibrant plates and free postcard service (mail one anywhere in the world!) to the travel-inspired decor across the Pan-Am Lounge, Comedor dining room and Corsair cocktail bar.

Now, though, you can gorge on tostadas, shishito peppers and patatas bravas for breakfast at their out-of-this-world All-Inclusive Bubbles Brunch. Every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. you can enjoy unlimited classic plates and signature brunch dishes like Brazilian French Toast, plus prosecco for $95.

3. Chotto Matte

161 Bay St.

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Welcome to the jungle — Chotto Matte, to be exact. This Nikkei (Japanese-Peruvian) experience on Bay Street has been stunning diners' palates with its unique blend of sashimi, ceviche and wood-fired flavours since opening in 2019. The Nikkei Brunch (every Saturday 12–4 p.m.) offers Chotto fans and newbies alike an exciting way to kick off the weekend.

For $90 per person, a mix of apps, sushi, and dishes from the 'Robata' section of the menu — including hits like charcoal roasted sweet potato and king oyster mushroom tostadas — will be delivered to your table to share. However, for an extra $55 per guest, you can sip on free-flowing prosecco and cocktails like the Pisco’Cha, a blend of pisco, uchuva fruit, matcha, lime and egg white.

4. Oretta

Various Locations.

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So popular is this destination for pizza, pasta and good times, that in early 2022, Oretta launched a swanky sister location. Now, you can enjoy a menu full of classic (French toast) and not-so-classic (calamari) brunch menu items at either their King West location or their midtown spot at Yonge and Eglinton. Oretta is Italian for "about an hour," but you'll have a whole 1.5 hours to enjoy their bottomless mimosa service. For orange juice and prosecco, it's $28, or you can pay an extra $5 for the peach version.

5. Sofia

99 Yorkville Ave.

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Sleek red velvet booths, a tinkling piano and striking artwork gracing the walls: You could be forgiven for thinking that you've stepped into a chic new gallery or jazz club at this Yorkville enclave. And though Sofia feels every bit as A-list, there's more to eat at this Italian joint.

With a brunch menu this stacked and delicious from top to bottom, whittling down one dish might be the most taxing thing you do all weekend. Choose between burrata, smoked salmon, avocado toast on sourdough, and even veal Milanese with a poached egg. At least the bevvies are straightforward — add bottomless mimosas or bellinis for $46.

6. The Fox on John

106 John St. #3

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This downtown gem is known for beers, bites and ballgames on the big screen. It's also home to a pretty awesome weekend brunch with some delicious dishes that promise to send thoughts of emails flying out of your mind with your first forkful.

In addition to perfect plates like eggs benny, waffles and breakfast poutine, you can add a bottomless mimosa for $15 (with a $2 refill). If that's not jazzy enough for you, banish thoughts of the week with a mimosa tower for $70. Now you're living.

7. Lobby 

1032 Queen St. W.

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This dining destination spot at Queen and Dovercourt might be known for its raucous evenings, but you can also enjoy a stellar brunch underneath its leafy ceiling. From 12–5.30 p.m. every Sunday, you can tuck into everything from Sunshine Toast (crab and hen's eggs on sourdough) to crudo and oysters. Tack on bottomless mimosas for $35 and you can slurp back Zonin Cuvee 1821 Prosecco with OJ for two whole hours.

8. The Drake

1150 Queen St. W.

Bottomless mimosas Toronto | The Drake's High Tea & High Tops

Leave your pinky fingers at the door: One of our favourite brunches in the city gets a makeover this spring. High Tea and High Tops sees The Drake offering a laid-back, boozy take on afternoon tea, which partners with Toronto's Foodpreneur Lab incubator program. The collaboration pairs a pot of quality tea with a three-tiered tower of treats — like jerk chicken sliders, scones and jam, plus yuzu lemon tarts — made with ingredients from Black food entrepreneurs.

If you want to make your brunch a little less PG 13, you can spike your teapots: Cocktails like Summer Blossom Spritz serves around five people ($80). Or add on a bottomless mimosa for $40, with your choice of orange or grapefruit juice, while you vibe to re:verse's jazz and hip-hop sounds.

9. Roses Cocina

111 Princes' Blvd 2nd floor

With sweeping views of Lake Ontario, you don't need any gimmicks here — but we'll never say no to Tex-Mex at this tasty spot inside Hotel X. Everything has been given a glow-up by executive chef Adrian Niman, from trussed-up lobster rolls and burgers to a coffee and cocoa-glazed short rib and smoked caesar salad featuring charred kale.

Brunch is no different: Wake up with the Southern Benny, with a cheddar chive biscuit and fingerling potatoes, or crush a stack of pancakes covered in Saskatoon berry compote. Top it all off with their bottomless brunch program. Every day from 12–2 p.m., quench your thirst with limitless mimosas, caesars, margaritas and Moscow mules for $40 with the purchase of food. Make your reservation now — you deserve it.