Where to Find Bottomless Mimosas in Cape Town

Last Updated on April 23, 2024 by thecapetownblog

We all love mimosas – and even more so when they’re bottomless! 

I mean, who doesn’t love going to town on as many mimosas as you can get down your throat, without worrying about racking up an enormous bill?

One thing I did notice when I first moved to Cape Town is that bottomless mimosas don’t seem to be as common here as they are in the UK. However, that’s not to say that you can’t find them around town, which is why I’ve rounded up the best places to go bottomless in Cape Town. 

There aren’t that many, but I will keep this list updated regularly to make sure that you never have to miss out on a great drinks deal. 


1. Kloof Street House

Address: 30 Kloof Street, Gardens
Time: 10 am – 12 pm on weekends

Kloof Street House is one of the best places to eat and drink on, well, Kloof Street, but a lot of people don’t realise that they offer bottomless mimosas on weekends.

Yup, I only recently learned myself that Kloof Street House offers brunch, and as you’d expect it’s a great menu with lots of different types of eggs benedict, and even steak and chips! You can do 3 courses for R245 per person, and then add bottomless mimosas for R199. This is only valid on weekends between 10 am and 12 pm, so plan ahead, and make sure to get there in time to make the most of the unlimited bubbles. Chin chin!

2. Jarryds

Jarryds tops my list of the best breakfast spots in Cape Town, and one of the reasons I love it so much is because you can make your mimosas bottomless for R425. This might be my favourite place for a boozy brunch, because you really just can’t beat Jarryds. The food is so delicious and they know how to make a good mimosa! It’s walk-in only, and there’s always a fun, energetic vibe.

Address: 90 Regent Road, Sea Point

3. The Pot Luck Club

The Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock is a very cool place to hang out, but there’s arguably nowhere cooler than the Pot Luck Club on the sixth floor of the Silo. With huge glass windows that offer amazing views of Table Mountain and an award-winning chef to boot, this place is where real foodies come to have dinner.

And since this is a foodie hotspot, there’s a brunch set menu rather than your typical pancakes and eggs benny a-la-carte. It will set you back a pretty penny – R1,250 to be exact, which is steep for a local brunch – but it’s a gourmet experience, so you pay for what you get. And to accompany this 5-star brunch, you can add bottomless cap classique (or Bloody Marys) for R530. 

Cap classique is the same thing as champagne, except it’s made in South Africa so they can’t call it champagne. I know this isn’t technically a bottomless mimosa, but you can always ask your waiter to add some orange juice in there! 

4. Col’Cacchio

Col’Cacchio is probably the cheapest place to grab bottomless mimosas in Cape Town right now. They offer them until 4 pm daily in all of their branches in the city, except for the one at Canal Walk shopping centre. They have locations in the Foreshore, Camps Bay, the Waterfront, and Durbanville, so you’re never that far away from a Col’Cacchio!

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