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When in NYC, brunch is best done bottomless. For a fixed price you can wash down your favorite breakfast dishes with unlimited drinks—just keep an eye on the clock as you’ll have between one and two hours to get your fill depending on the spot. Here are the best bottomless brunches Manhattan has to offer.

Añejo Tribeca

Glittering chandeliers and tall brick walls relay an elegant vibe inside Añejo’s cast iron Tribeca facade. Just a five-minute walk from the Duane Street Hotel, bottomless mimosas, sangria and bloody marias are served with your choice of brunch entree for two hours at $29 a person.  It’s the best brunch bargain in the neighborhood.

Añejo Tribeca. 301 Church St, New York, NY 10013. (212) 920-6270

Pardon My French

This cozy Parisian bistro looks like it was plucked straight from the 6th Arrondissement and planted in the heart of the East Village. You’ll have two hours to down unlimited bloody marys made with house-infused horseradish vodka or mimosas along with dishes like eggs benedict and fruit-topped french toast—all for $29.

Pardon My French. 103 Avenue B, New York, NY. (212) 358-9683

Agave

A West Village staple, Agave puts a Mexican spin on brunch. Frozen margaritas, mimosas and sangria are unlimited for two hours with choice of egg-inspired dishes like huevos rancheros and lobster benedict. Ringing in at $32.95 a head, it’s on the pricier side, but worth it for the location and outdoor seating option.

Agave. 140 7th Ave S, New York, NY. (212) 989-2100

L’asso

L’asso is one of a few pizzerias in the bottomless brunch wave. The restaurant’s simple decor is highlighted by an oversized brick oven where its unique elongated pizzas are made. The deal is $25 for an entree and an hour of bloody marys and mimosas. Make sure you order the breakfast pizza—a savory combination of prosciutto, scallions and sunny egg over a margherita pie.

L’asso. 192 Mott St, New York, NY. (212) 219-2353

Miss Lily’s 7A Cafe

Both comfort food and an unmistakable Caribbean ambiance make Miss Lily’s 7A the East Village’s favorite Jamaican joint. Order one of the classics like the jerk chicken platter, beach fried whole fish or coconut pancakes and you’ll qualify for one hour of unlimited bellinis, bloody marys and rum punches for $15.   

Miss Lily’s 7A Cafe. 109 Avenue A, New York, NY. (212) 812-1482