Brunch is not truly complete without a mimosa — and in Hoboken and Jersey City, there are so many spots that serve up this delicious drink. Mimosas are the perfect combination of bubbly champagne, prosecco, or wine with just the right amount of orange juice — and they send brunch-goers into Heaven. Hudson County is home to some incredible brunch spots where the mimosas are flowing along with the good times. Whether you prefer lots of orange juice, no OJ, or a different fruit base, this sparkling treat is the star of any brunch meal. We rounded up the best spots in Hoboken and Jersey City to get mimosas.
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10th + Willow | 935 Willow Avenue
10th and Willow brings the signature all American bar food theme to brunch, and honestly, it’s what most of us want during that time of day. There is something so right about good comfort food and a mimosa on a weekend morning. Check out the menu here.
Amanda’s | 908 Washington Street A
When an upscale brunch is in order, Amanda’s is the place to visit. An upscale menu goes well with very traditional brunch drinks. Mimosas can be found on the menu for $10 per glass. Check out the menu here.
Antique Bar + Bakery | 122 Willow Avenue
While Antique Bar + Bakery does serve mimosas, they are often used as a starter drink to all the craft cocktails this eatery features. Even more iconic than the cocktails is the bread pudding, and yes, this can be ordered during brunch, too. Check out the menu here.
Anthony David’s | 953 Bloomfield Street
The making of a mimosa can include a few different types of alcohol. Anthony David’s mimosas are one of the best — freshly-squeezing the oranges for a delicious glass paired with sparkling wine. Patrons can get it by the glass or ask for the mimosa bottle service for a group to keep the good vibes flowering. Guests can also choose to BYOB (excluding hard liquor and misers) at this establishment, though you should note there is a BYOB cork charge ranging from $12 to $24, depending on the size of what you bring. Check out the menu here.
Bin14 | 1314 Washington Street
Bin14 takes mimosas to another level with the tequila sunrise mimosa. Added onto the signature combo of orange juice and prosecco is tequila and grenadine for an extra jolt of fun. Pair with the Zeppolini or A La Carte brunch menus. Check out the menu here.
Brass Rail | 135 Washington Street
Having a drink included with an entrée is always a bonus. Diners at Brass Rail will be treated to just that when ordering the brunch special, which is $27 for two courses and a cocktail. For those looking to indulge a bit more, additional mimosas are just a few dollars. Check out the menu here.
City Bistro | 56 14th Street
Rooftop seating and brunch: say less. Being Hoboken’s only rooftop bar, City Bistro is a premiere location for the best meal of the week. In a setting like this, mimosas just make sense. Check out the menu here.
Court Street | 61 6th Street
Sundays are for brunch at Court Street. Mimosas are served along with an extensive list of options for brunch fare. It even has a ‘Manmosa,’ which is just like a mimosa but with white beer added. Check out the menu here.
Elysian Café | 1001 Washington Street
Something about French cuisine with a mimosa in hand just feels elegant. Diners here, especially on the patio, will be whisked away overseas for a few moments. With an extensive brunch menu, Elysian is sure to please. Check out the menu here.
Halifax | 225 River Street
This is the perfect spot for enjoying mimosas with a large group. Halifax keeps the food and drinks coming all brunch long, turning one mimosa into countless. The Bubbles Brunch at Halifax is $46 per person and comes with unlimited small plates and a bottle of sparkling wine. It’s festive enough for a celebration, and the unlimited small plates make it an easy choice for a group outing. Check out the menu here.
Il Tavolo Palmisano | 700 Clinton Street
The best of Italian food at the time of brunch. Il Tavolo keeps it classic with meatball and chicken parm on the food menu and mimosas on the drink menu. Dive into something special as well. Check out the menu here.
Los Charrito’s | 518 Washington Street
Many brunch places are known for incredible drink specials and Los Charrito’s is now included as one of those places. On Saturdays and Sundays, enjoy mimosas for just $5 per glass or $20 for a pitcher. Check out the menu here.
Margherita’s | 740 Washington Street
Italian classics, but make it brunch. Margherita’s is a town favorite mostly known for its penne vodka entrée. Brunch specials make this place just as good early on the weekend. Try a mimosa or one of its other signature cocktails — including the infamous Aperol Spritz. Check out the menu here.
Northern Soul | 700 1st Street, Hoboken
We have all heard of mimosas before, of course — that’s why you’re here — but Northern Soul has introduced the Nascar mimosa. Complete with Miller High Life, Aperol, and Fresh Lemon juice, this is sure to have the taste buds singing. Check out the menu here.
Orale Mexican Kitchen | 1426 Willow Avenue, Hoboken + 341 Grove Street, Jersey City
Ambiance is everything when it comes to brunch and Orale serves just that. With a mix of whimsical and colorful Mexican-inspired décor, a bright mimosa fits right in. Diners can start off the meal with a brunch classic before switching to one of its signature margaritas. Check out the menu here.
Shepherd & The Knucklehead | 1313 Willow Avenue
At Shepherd & The Knucklehead, Prosecco is the star of the show. Purchase a bucket of mini bottles and add in as much or as little orange juice or cranberry juice as you please. Check out the menu here.
Sorellina | 1036 Washington Street
Sorellina knows that brunch is a little bit of breakfast and a little bit of lunch with options ranging from homemade cinnamon rolls to chicken salad. On Saturdays and Sundays from 11AM-2:30AM, this Hoboken staple serves up brunch and mimosas. Check out the menu here.
The Madison | 1316 Washington Street
Classic American food is a great pairing with a classic beverage. During the warm weather months, take this orange-y cocktail al fresco at The Madison’s large outdoor seating patio. Check out the menu here.
The Stewed Cow | 400 Adams Street
Known as ‘The Infamous Brunch,’ The Stewed Cow is best for a large group of people who are ready for a good time. A mimosa bar can be ordered for the table at $30. The bar includes one bottle of bubbly and a choice of two mixers. For those wanting to enjoy a mimosa solo, an elevated mimosa called ‘Keep It Classy’ can be found on the Big Brunch Drinks menu. This one is served with vodka. Check out the menu here.
Union Hall | 306 Sinatra Drive
Guests can take in views of the Empire State Building and Little Island Park while enjoying brunch. For a pro tip at Union Hall, be sure to ask for the giant mimosa. This larger-than-life drink is filled with OJ, some bubbly, and other fun spirits to match the fun vibe. Check out the menu here.
Wicked Wolf | 120 Sinatra Drive
The Holy Grail of all things mimosas is here at Wicked Wolf. For thosestaying for a long game day, the mimosa tower is the way to go at just $25. For something a bit different, this is another spot that serves ‘man-mosas,’ a combination of OJ and beer. Or keep it classic with a traditional mimosa. Check out the menu here.
Willie McBride’s | 616 Grand Street
Right in the heart of Hoboken, a nice mimosa is waiting. Willie McBride’s is known for its live music and American cuisine. Enjoy both with a glass of orange bubbly. Check out the menu here.
Zack’s Oak Bar + Restaurant | 232 Willow Avenue
Mimosas pair well with both sweet and savory dishes. Luckily, guests of Zack’s can have both. With options for those who like it salty or those who prefer a bit more sugar, there is no wrong choice. Check out the menu here.
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Amelia’s Bistro | 187 Warren Street
An all around American brunch can be enjoyed at Amelia’s Bistro. All traditional fixings are found on the menu alongside $5 mimosas. Check out the full menu here.
Battello | 502 Washington Boulevard
With one of the classiest brunches in Hudson County, Battello is fit with stunning views of the NYC skyline and an elevated ambiance. Brunch is one of the most popular times of the week where guests can savor mimosas while enjoying a plethora of food options – and the views. Check out the full menu here.
Dorrian’s Red Hand | 555 Washington Blvd
Originally a neighborhood bar on the Upper East Side, Dorrian’s Red Hand has grown into so much more. This Newport spot serves American fare with a host of beers and cocktails — and of course, it also serves mimosas. With a full menu ranging from salads to burgers to sandwiches to entrees, each section with options for dietary restrictions, this is an easy spot to please a group. Brunch is from 11AM – 3PM on weekends, though this bar serves mimosas on weekdays, too. You can find the menu here.
Ed & Mary’s | 174 Coles Street
Enjoy a mimosa inside or al fresco at Ed & Mary’s. This neighborhood favorite is serving up the delicious orange beverage daily from Tuesday through Sunday. Breakfast is served every day, so for that random midweek day off, Ed & Mary’s is the place to make it feel like a weekend. . In addition to the traditional mimosa, there’s also the Aggrosa, which is vodka, Prosecco and OJ served in a pint glass. Check out the full menu here.
Frankie | 264 Grove Street
This Aussie-inspired cafe is styled in the way a day at the beach would feel. The fresh, sunny feeling translates to the menu. In particular, the fresh-squeezed orange juice takes mimosas to the next level. Be sure to pair this fresh juice with fresh bites. Check out the full menu here.
Fire + Oak | 479 Washington Boulevard
Each glass of mimosa is made to order at Fire + Oak with fresh squeezed OJ. For those looking to indulge a bit more, order a full bottle of champagne for $25. The bottle comes with a choice of orange, peach nectar, or guava juice. Check out the full menu here.
Hamilton Pork | 247 10th Street
Custom mimosas are a new trend and Hamilton Pork has hopped on board. Choose between orange, peach, pineapple, or apple cider juices to pair with champagne or try one of each. Check out the full menu here.
Harry’s Daughter | 4072 339 Communipaw Avenue
Even a cloudy day feels like a warm one at the tropically-inspired Harry’s Daughter. Mimosas are on the menu along with so many other delicious drinks inspired by the tropics. Keep the warm vibes when looking at food options too. Check out the full menu here.
Jersey Social | 837 Jersey Avenue
While many places are known for brunch cocktails, Jersey Social guests can take part in brunch shots. Order a blueberry muffin shot to keep the merriment from a mimosa going during weekend brunch. Check out the full menu here.
Latham House | 299 Marin Boulevard
Added spice makes things more fun. That is exactly what Latham House does with its mimosas. Along with options such as a Caribbean mimosa and a pear mimosa, diners can opt for a ginger mimosa if they are feeling a bit spicy. Check out the full menu here.
Lokal | 2 2nd Street
Classic brunch cocktails complement this eclectic menu. Food options range from a raw bar to fruit bowls and pastry baskets. Having a traditional beverage makes trying new bites a great experience. Check out the full menu here.
Madame Claude | 390 4th Street
France is the home of champagne so it is fitting that this French eatery would have a classic mimosa on its menu. This brunch cocktail is accompanied by dozens of other drink options making this spot great for a large group. Check out the full menu here.
Mathews Food + Drink | 351 Grove Street,
A touch of the South can be felt through this menu with items such as cheddar jalapeño grits and deviled eggs. Mimosas at this spot run for $10 per glass. Mathews’ patio seating on Grove Street is an excellent spot for a leisurely afternoon of people-watching. Check out the full menu here.
Porta | 135 Newark Avenue
Most famous for its pizzas, Porta boasts a great brunch menu as well. This lively location is only made better with the addition of mimosas. We like starting off with the cinnamon and sugar foccacia paired with a mimosa to get the day off to a sweet beginning. Check out the full menu here.
Satis Bistro | 212 Washington Street
Chef Alexander Diaz serves up Satis Bistro’s signature brunch weekly. Pastas, pastries, sandwiches, and salads can be savored with $8 breakfast cocktails — including mimosas. Check out the full menu here.
Skinner’s Loft | 146 Newark Street
On Sundays from noon to 3PM this American-style, family-owned bistro turns into a brunch haven. In addition to a traditional mimosa, guests can opt for the Gentleman’s Mimosa which consists of bourbon, cranberry juice, and prosecco. Check out the full menu here.
Tamborim Bar + Grill | 130 Newark Avenue
Yes, mimosas are on the menu at Tamborim. However, other unique cocktails may take interest for diners. Choose from hot cocktails, specialty cocktails, and traditional Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha — or, you know, go for a mimosa. We won’t judge. Check out the full menu here.
The Hamilton Inn | 708 Jersey Avenue
The mimosa list at The Hamilton Inn is almost as extensive as the brunch menu. Different base options of orange, peach, grapefruit, pineapple, and mango are available. Each glass is set at $12. Check out the full menu here.
The Kitchen Step | 500 Jersey Avenue
The Kitchen Step keeps brunch very traditional. Crowd favorites such as steak and eggs and eggs benedict can be found on the food list with classic beverages such as mimosas and bloody marys. Check out the full menu here.