Even during Masters Week, you’ve got to get your brunch on. Augusta has its fair share of spots that you can enjoy for a late breakfast or a right-on-time lunch. Some of these spots even offer bottomless mimosas.

Lately, brunch has become an all-weekend event, but for me, I am a firm believer that brunch is for Sundays. Here are a few places in Augusta to enjoy a Sunday brunch.

  • Frog and Hen

    This spot hasn’t even been in Augusta for five years, but it surely has made a name for itself when it comes to where to brunch in the area. Frog and Hen serves Sunday brunch from 10 am – 3 pm.

    From their signature fried chicken to their banana French toast, Frog and Hen has all of those favorite comfort foods. If you’re looking for southern-style collard greens and macaroni and cheese, they’ve got that too.

    Another thing you can check off when it comes to this place is bottomless mimosas – they have them.

  • The Brunch House of Augusta

    The name says it all. This restaurant opened back in 2020 and I think more and more people are getting more hip to it. Located in the downtown area, they have a menu full of items named after local landmarks. For example, they have the Broad St. Biscuits. Brunch is served from the time they’re open till closing time (7 am – 3 pm).

    This location does not serve alcohol, so no bottomless mimosas here.

  • World of Beer


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    When they say bottomless, they mean it! World of Beer not only serves bottomless mimosas and bottomless bloody marys but even bottomless beermosas! A beermosa is just a classic twist on the classic mimosa with two ingredients: beer and orange juice.

    Oh yeah, the food! Brunch is served from 11am – 3pm with choices like avocado toast or a chicken and waffle sandwich.

  • First Watch

    If you are an early riser this is the place for you. This chain restaurant opens early morning at 7 am – 2:30 pm. Their menu consists of your breakfast classics and a few with a twist, as well as a few lunch options.

    While they don’t have a bottomless option on their drinks, they do have other cool beverage options like a kale tonic, that you can have with or without alcohol. The kale tonic is made up of kale, fuji apple, English cucumber, and lemon.

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