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The Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen on Courthouse Square has a new brunch menu on the weekends. On Saturday and Sundays, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., you can order bottomless mimosas and brunch dishes like Cinnamon French Toast and Chicken & Waffles. 614 4th St, Santa Rosa.
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Franchetti’s on Dutton Avenue in Santa Rosa serves breakfast Tuesday through Friday, and brunch on weekends. Bottomless mimosas can be paired with small plates, eggs Benedict, and wood-fired pizzas. Our brunch favorite is Chetti’s Hash with seasonal veggies, house-made mozzarella, and bacon. 229 N Dutton Ave, Santa Rosa, 707-526-1229. (Courtesy photo)
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Belly Left Coast Kitchen in downtown Santa Rosa may be best known for their extensive craft beer selection, but come Sunday and they switch gears to bottomless mimosas. Featured on the new "Sunday Funday" menu, Belly's mimosas pair well with a pulled pork slider. 523 4th St, Santa Rosa, 707-526-5787. (Photo by John Burgess)
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The Terrace Grill at the Flamingo Hotel in Santa Rosa hosts Sunday Champagne Brunch every week. This buffet-style brunch has two seatings, at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Reservations are required. 2777 4th St, Santa Rosa, 707-523-4745. (Courtesy photo)
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Sazón serves up perfectly seasoned flavors from Peru on Sebastopol Avenue. On weekends, brunch lovers can indulge in bottomless mimosas alongside authentic Peruvian breakfast dishes, like Tortilla con Chicharron – an open-faced omelette with deep fried pork and sweet potatoes in a tortilla. 1129 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa. (Courtesy photo)
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Trail House, a coffee and craft beer bar just next to Howarth Park, caters to the cycling crowd in Santa Rosa. After a ride, hike, or just a lazy Sunday morning, dine on waffles with twelve different toppings and sip on bottomless mimosas - there are two flavors to choose from. 4036 Montgomery Dr, Santa Rosa.
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Lot 88 has taken over the old Johnny Garlic's location in Windsor. On weekends, they have a bottomless mimosa bar with four types of freshly squeezed juice. There's also a a Bloody Mary bar, for those who want something spicier with their bacon. 8988 Brooks Rd S, Windsor.
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Carneros Bistro, a high end restaurant in the Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa, pours bottomless mimosas with their brunch on Sundays. With a house-smoked brisket hash and mimosas made from Sonoma County fruit, there really isn’t any reason to leave the hotel on Sunday mornings. 1325 Broadway, Sonoma.
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Taps Petaluma is open for breakfast on Sundays, serving waffles made with ale, breakfast beers, beermosas (white ale with mango juice) and bottomless mimosas until 12:30 p.m. Locals bring board games and enjoy brunch on the patio overlooking the Petaluma River. 54 E Washington St, Petaluma, 707-763-6700.
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The Block Petaluma, a patio space featuring some of the best food trucks in the Bay Area, serves up brunch every Sunday between noon and 2 p.m. Bottomless mimosas are on the menu, and so are wood-fired pizzas and other food truck bites. Find details on which trucks will be serving food each week on Facebook. 20 Grey St., Petaluma, 707-775-6003. (Photo by Heather Irwin)
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Estero Cafe in Valley Ford is a locals favorite breakfast spot, known for their duck fat potatoes. Every Saturday and Sunday, they serve bottomless mimosas featuring Korbel sparkling wine and Clover orange juice. 14450 Highway 1, Valley Ford, 707-876-3333. (Photo by Alvin Jornada)
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Healdsburg Bar & Grill, located on the corner of Healdsburg Plaza, offers weekend brunch with bottomless mimosas. Brunch on the patio (warmed by space heaters on cold mornings) and pair your mimosa with smoked pork hash with poached egg and gravy on top of a Costeaux Bakery English muffin. If you'd like to spice up your morning, there are also bottomless Bloody Marys on the menu. 245 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg, 707-433-3333.
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K&L Bistro in Sebastopol mixes French cuisine with Sonoma County simplicity. Every weekend, they serve brunch with bottomless mimosas and a mix of breakfast favorites and lunch staples. Pair a mimosa with house made ricotta donuts or a fried cornmeal catfish sandwich. 119 S Main St, Sebastopol, 707-823-6614. (Stock photo)
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These Sonoma County spots serve marvelous mimosas (despite the fact that they are not bottomless): Willie Bird’s in Santa Rosa; Brew Coffee & Beer House in Santa Rosa (a Lemoasa made with lemonade and sparkling wine); Sunflower Caffe in Sonoma (the best and possibly the biggest mimosa in town); Wishbone Petaluma (classy classic mimosa); Costeaux Bakery in Healdsburg (three different types of non-OJ mimosas - our favorite is the peach); The Trading Post in Cloverdale (try a freshly squeezed orange juice mimosa paired with Duck Fat Potato Tots and bacon). (Photo by Sarah Stierch)