Your next boozy brunch date

By: Briana Dixon | October 19, 2022

Who doesn’t love a good brunch date? Especially when accompanied by unbeatable deals on booze. Metro Detroit is home to a myriad of boozy brunch spots, which can be a little overwhelming when trying to plan, but no worries. We’ve compiled a brief list to take some of that pressure off. 

15th Street Tavern

For personalized brunch options and bottomless mimosas, 15th Street Tavern is the place to be. Every Sunday from 10 a.m., to 1 p.m., guests can choose to build their own omelets, pancakes, or waffles, or opt for a specialty item right from the menu. There are a variety of toppings and fresh ingredients to choose from. And of course, there’s the bar that serves bottomless mimosas, loaded bloodies, espresso martinis, breakfast shots, and Spanish and Irish coffee. To learn more, follow 15th Street Tavern on Instagram and Facebook @15thStreetTavern.

Victoria’s Bistro & Cocktail Bar

Inspired by Europe’s small cafes and restaurants, this intimate establishment boasts a menu of Parisian-style cuisine. Brunch is served every day until 3 p.m., and although the menu is limited, there is a range of options such as quiche or maple walnut french toast, to satisfy any brunch craving. Enjoy with a cocktail or a glass of wine. Since there are only eight tables and 10 bar seats, reservations are recommended. For more information, follow Victoria’s Bistro & Cocktail Bar on Facebook @Victoria’s Delights and on Instagram @victorias_wineanddine. 

The Meeting House

Located in Rochester, The Meeting House does brunch its own way, offering several unique options. Patrons can go for the traditional brunch fare, with an egg benedict, buttermilk flapjacks, or even house-made granola. But for those looking to switch it up, braised short rib enchiladas, a double cheeseburger, or a housemade soft pretzel are just a few to choose from. Pair any of that with sparkling, red, or white wine, a cocktail, or tap beer and you’ve got yourself a winner. To learn more, follow The Meeting House on Facebook @The Meeting House. 

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Bobcat Bonnie’s

Bobcat Bonnie’s started as a single building in Corktown and has now blossomed into a thriving eatery, operating seven locations. The owner, Matt, is just as passionate about providing customers with a top-tier experience as he is about the food that’s served. He and the team here go above and beyond to make this a spot that people want to keep coming back to. There are signature brunch items to choose from, but there are no limits on what customers can order, as long as they have the ingredients available. There’s a ‘build your own’ bar with a mixture of food and drinks. Or just go for the bloody mary, which comes with a shot of Tito’s Handmade Vodka or a mimosa. In addition to Corktown, Bobcat Bonnie’s can be found throughout Ferndale, Ypsilanti, Wyandotte, Partridge Creek, Grand Rapids, and even Toledo. To learn more, follow Bobcat Bonnie’s on Facebook @Bobcat Bonnie’s and on Instagram @bobcatbonnies. 

Bread & Roses

Bread & Roses was inspired by the saying, “bread for all, and roses too”, which refers to balancing the external and internal aspects of life. The team here integrates that same concept into the way they operate the restaurant. The brunch menu is expansive and everything, including lunch, dinner, and all the other food served, is made using only local farm fresh ingredients.  Brunch is available every day, from open to close along with a variety of booze. Keep this place in mind for the next time you’re in the Shelby Township area. For more information, follow Bread & Roses on Facebook @Bread & Roses and on Instagram @breadand.roses.  

Now go get your boozy brunch on!