What better way to unwind than with a bottomless mimosa brunch? Here are our picks for where to go when day drinking and a good meal are on the checklist for the weekend. By Carly Petrone.

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(credit: Facebook/AgaveNY)

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Sit down to a delicious Mexican-inspired brunch at Agave. Your two-hour slot includes your choice of bottomless mimosa, wine, or Agave Traditional margaritas – yep, we’re going there. Soak up all that booze with some tasty items like the Sunrise Fiesta Burrito (scrambled eggs, chicken, chorizo, potatoes, peppers, onions, salsa, cheese, avocado, and crema), Traditional Eggs Benedict, or Cinnamon Brioche French Toast. If you’re in the mood for lunch, make sure to check out their salads and sandwiches – like the Pressed Sandwich of Grilled Mojo Chicken or the Pan Seared Tuna Burger. And who can say no to Grilled Corn & Cactus with queso Oaxaca? In case that doesn’t sound good enough, the restaurant is now offering bottomless brunch on Fridays from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. through the end of summer. All you need is $27.95 and you’re all set!

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(credit: Facebook/L’asso)

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Breakfast pizza. We almost don’t need to write more than that – but don’t worry, we’ll fill you in. Head over to L’asso on the weekend and enjoy their $20 brunch special. It includes your choice of entrée and all-you-can drink Bloody Mary or Mimosa. There is a 1-hour limit but where else can you devour an Asino di Maiale (Breakfast Pizza)? In case your mouth is already watering, it’s tomato sauce, mozzarella, crispy prosciutto, scallions, topped with a cracked egg. Maybe a frittata or blueberry pancakes are more your style? They’ve got that too. And don’t skimp on the sides – may we suggest the rosemary potatoes ($5) or Eda’s meatballs ($9)? It’s Italian comfort food at its best.

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(credit: Facebook/Piquant)

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Head over to Prospect Heights for an unlimited Bloody Mary/Mimosa/Sangria brunch (until 4 p.m.). It will cost you an extra $10 but it’s worth it. Coffee and tea drinkers can pay $15 for a brunch with unlimited amounts of caffeine. The Border Benedict is a fun take on the classic egg dish because it’s served over fresh corn sopes with seared chorizo and chipotle hollandaise sauce. Make your own omelette with three choices of fillings or stick with a traditional breakfast burrito (topped with Colorado salsa and sour cream). Oh, and did we mention the scrumptious Cornflake Crusted French Toast? Yum. Those in the mood for lunch can choose from a variety of burgers as well as sandwiches like the Grilled Mahi-Mahi Sandwich topped with guacamole or the Beef Sliders.

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(credit: Facebook/LidoHarlem)

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Head uptown to Harlem for a boozy brunch at Lido, the Italian eatery that’s busy serving up everything from veal meatballs to egg paninis. Nosh on blueberry pancakes with house made berry jam and maple syrup or their delicious Tuscan pizza tart (Joe’s dairy mozzarella, roasted tomatoes, basil). Bottomless mimosas are available until 3:30 p.m. with a purchase of an entrée. Seafood lovers can order steamed mussels with tomato, garlic, cannellini beans, hot cherry peppers, and grilled bread while meat lovers should definitely try their braised short ribs hash with poached eggs, hollandaise, and an English muffin. You might have to take a walk through Central Park on your way home to walk off this hearty meal.

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(credit: poconyc.com)

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Spend your weekend sipping on sangria and enjoying live music at Poco in the East Village. This cash only tapas brunch will cost you $28 for a one and a half hour seating. Dine on Poco Benedict with chorizo and manchego cheese on a crispy arepa (topped with pimento hollandaise sauce) or bite into a Truffle Mushroom Omelet. For those looking to recover from the night before, soak up “The Cure” – crispy tortillas with salsa verde, queso, topped with two scrambled eggs. Wash it all down with unlimited mimosa, blood marys, or sangria and you’ll be ready to go out again.

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(credit: intermezzony.com)

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Prepare to be entertained. Make a reservation for Intermezzo’s Electro Brunch and order their bottomless mimosa brunch for $25 – then sit back and enjoy the show. A DJ will get the party started until the drag queens officially hit the stage, singing the greatest hits. Get up from you chair and dance along while the fog machine kicks. Waiters are eager to refill your champagne glass while the Italian fare is pretty tasty, as well. Don’t worry, you can also get brunchy items like steak & eggs as well as pancakes or French toast. This is definitely a fun date idea and it’s perfect for a large party. You’ll definitely remember this fun Chelsea spot. Electro brunch goes from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. (90 minute table limit).

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(credit: Facebook/GoodRestaurant)

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Brunch at Good in the West Village isn’t bottomless but $27 will get you an egg, pancake, or French toast dish plus any bread or side, as well as any brunch cocktail, champagne, or Prosecco rose. Start out with a yummy bread basket, which includes sugared dried cherry focaccia, warm sugar & spice donuts, buttermilk biscuits, griddled cheddar cornbread, and the best pear pecan CrumbCake. We suggest trying the Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with minted fresh berries and maple syrup or the Banana Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast. Just a few of the brunch cocktails on the menu are The goodMorning! Martini – vodka, Kahlua, and a shot of chilled espresso – or try something with a kick like the White Heat – jalapeno-infused tequila, agave syrup, white cranberry juice, and lime. Come back for dinner and enjoy a bottle of house wine for just $25 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. on Sunday evenings.

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Carly Petrone is a freelance writer living in New York City.