5 Specialty Brunch Drinks to try Around the Main Line

From Bloody Mary bars to bottomless mimosas, these restaurants take breakfast cocktails to the next level.



 

A weekend favorite, brunch is a time to gather with friends and family and relax ahead of the busy week. Whether noshing on eggs or avocado toast, nothing goes better with brunch than a specialty drink. Here are five Main Line area spots to imbibe.

Spring Bellini at White Dog Café

This delectable fruity mix of strawberry rhubarb, strawberry chartreuse, or rhubarb combined with St. Germaine and Aperol is the perfect accompaniment to brunch.

379 Lancaster Ave., Haverford.

Bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas at Suburban Restaurant and Beer Garden

During Sunday brunch, Suburban-goers can get their fill of Blood Marys and mimosas thanks to the restaurant’s bottomless option for $14.

570 Wellington Square, Exton.

Labyrinth at Goat’s Beard

Appropriately named for its maze of ingredients, this blend of vodka, blood orange, apple juice, lemon juice, pineapple juice and turmeric simple syrup combines for a refreshing sip.

103 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne.

Bottomless Mimosas at SOMO Manayunk

Splurge on bottomless mimosas alongside complimentary breakfast breads and pastries on Saturdays or Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

4311 Main St., Philadelphia.

Bloody Mary Bar at Paramour

Create your own drink at Paramour’s Bloody Mary Bar. Explore the selection of house made heirloom tomato mix and various sauces, spices and garnishes to make your perfect brunch drink. 

139 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne.

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