Bottomless Brunch in Los Angeles
I’ll be your naughty tour guide and show you where the sexiest bottomless brunches are in Los Angeles. You can’t actually go bottomless, but you can under your clothes! But there is one place on the list where you can go topless! So try something different this weekend for brunch.
Sadie Kitchen & Lounge
Burlesque Brunches are held once a month (usually the last Sunday) by Dollhouse Entertainment. So head to Sadie Kitchen & Lounge where, for around $40, you can enjoy a welcome Mimosa, an endless gourmet buffet and a fully stocked bar, plus afternoon cabaret entertainment. Get your friends together for a sexy day out, or go alone and make some new friends. You don’t have wait until night time to be naughty!
I love this boutique hotel, it’s so intimate and cozy, with a real French fairy feel. It also has some incredible views over the Hollywood Hills. Because it’s so high up, you get seclusion without isolation and it’s the ideal place to go topless around their private rooftop pool. Book in for one of the Gypsy Brunches on Saturdays and Sundays ($35) where you can enjoy a range of eggs, pasta and fruit in the beautiful butterfly garden. There’s also a designated hummingbird sanctuary here, so take your camera just in case. Pure magic.
One of my favorite brunch venues, Hamburger Mary’s hosts a weekend drag brunch every Saturday & Sunday, featuring bottomless Mimosas and a full drag show between noon-2pm. It’s always raucous and a whole heap of fun, and you don’t have to dress up to attend – leave that to the professionals and just sit back and enjoy the show. If you’re looking for somewhere to kick off the weekend in loud, louche style, this is the place to come. Everyone welcome.
Yes, this is the restaurant owned and run by “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Vanderpump. It’s a sexy and sassy place with lots of white linen, fresh flowers and a gorgeous outdoor patio with shrubs and trees and a real feeling of space. Every Saturday & Sunday they have a weekend brunch here, from 11am to 5pm, which is particularly gay-friendly. That doesn’t mean you have to be gay to eat here, it just means that it’s where a lot of gay men and transgender/crossdressers like to meet up for brunch, so it’s great for people-watching! This is where the ‘Huge Gay Brunch’ used to be held, but even though today it’s just a regular brunch, LA’s most colorful characters continue to congregate here. To add to the fun, there’s a card game on every table called “Assless Chaps, like rude charades, so maybe you’ll need one of their famous Mimosa jugs to feel brave enough to take part. Food-wise, try the traditional British eggs & bacon, or the Chicken Milanese.