Where to get mimosas in Chicago
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When you think of brunch drinks, you probably think of a mimosa in an elegant glass. While you can certainly sip a mimosa (or three) during a late breakfast or early lunch with friends at home, consider indulging in a leisurely meal with friends at a restaurant. Where should you go? Check out the following places for mimosas in Chicago.

The Boundary Tavern & Grille

Make mimosas your way this weekend at The Boundary Tavern & Grille (1932 W. Division St., Chicago). The Wicker Park spot features a number of juices so you can mix and create a mimosa that’s right up your alley. Feeling hungry? You can select from an assortment of egg dishes while brunching with friends. The Boundary also has a Bloody Mary bar, allowing you to get as elaborate with your drink as you want.

Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club

This weekend, meet your friends for brunch at Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club (3700 N. Halsted St.) in Chicago’s Wrigleyville neighborhood. Here’s where you can create mimosas just the way you like them with the lounge’s build-your-own mimosa bar. Kit Kat Lounge offers an assortment of options for brunch, too, including sandwiches, egg dishes, biscuit and gravy, and its famed Rice Krispie French Toast. The lounge also offers build-your-own bars for sangria and Bloody Mary drinks so you can customize your beverages in style.

LOKaL

For your next brunch, consider visiting LOKaL (1904 W. North Ave.) in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood. The restaurant offers an assortment of salads, sandwiches and egg dishes so you can ease into your weekend, or even wrap it up on the right foot. But let’s talk drinks. LOKaL offers mimosas so you can dress up your brunch experience while gobbling up a plate of bacon or a bowl of oatmeal. Bloody Marys, beer, champagne and other drinks are also available for brunch.

If you plan to have a mimosa while out with friends, plan to have a designated driver or use public transportation or a cab to get home safely. When possible, consider making reservations for brunch, too, or at least plan to arrive early. Find out what else is happening in Chicago by checking out AXS.com.