The Mimosa is a classic drink for any weekend brunch. A little orange juice and some champagne or Prosecco and you’ve got a citrusy and sweet cocktail that complements the saltiness of bacon or the syrup on your pancakes – or honestly, they’re good even without the noche. As Montclair and its neighboring towns have no shortage of brunch spots, we’ve rounded up a list of the best places to sip on this celebratory brunch fave. Read on for a list of places in Montclair you can enjoy mimosas.
Cloverleaf Tavern | 395 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell
This Sunday brunch spot offers an all-you-can-eat buffet from 10AM to 2PM every week. The buffet includes unlimited coffee, tea, juice, and soda, and one complimentary Mimosa, a glass of Champagne, or a Bloody Mary. This Irish pub serves a choice of omelets, pancakes, french toast, and other breakfast classics, along with a meat carving station, salad bar, pasta, and of course corned beef hash.
Egan + Sons | 116 Walnut Street, Montclair
Egan + Sons sources from local farms and pastures that specialize in a seasonal list of house-brewed ales and boasts thirty-four classic and craft brews on tap. This spot is a fan favorite for good reason. Next time you stop by for brunch, don’t forget to order a mimosa.
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Faubourg | 544 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair
This French brasserie in the heart of Montclair serves up a seasonal fare in style complete with killer mimosas. The bi-level indoor/outdoor eatery is a must-visit for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Fitzgerald’s 1928 | 13 Herman Street, Glen Ridge
This Glen Ridge restaurant provides a classic brunch menu, with entree options like avocado toast, steak and eggs, and pancakes. You can add bottomless breakfast cocktails to any entree for $15. Fitzgerald’s also has Bloody Mary and St. Germain cocktails for a boozy brunch.
Halcyon | 114 Walnut Street, Montclair
Halcyon, known for its vibrant cocktails and dishes, is a great venue to enjoy a brunch mimosa. The croissant French toast is the perfect pairing for the dish. The lobster benedict doesn’t disappoint either.
The Oakley | 789 Bloomfield Avenue, Nutley
The Oakley, a Nutley gastropub named after the famed Annie Oakley, has a shared lunch and bunch menu available from 12PM to 4PM. The menu offers a mix of brunch classics like French toast and chicken Ceasar wrap to more unique items like Polly’s crab cake sandwich and a breakfast pizza. Pair any of these with a classic mimosa.
Le Salbuen | 97 Walnut Street, Montclair
Le Salbuen is BYOB-friendly and boasts a menu with a lot of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. The restaurant has a mix of breakfast classics like pancakes and breakfast sandwiches to dishes with an international flair like croque madame empanadas and Portuguese French toast.
Raymond’s | 28 Church Street, Montclair
This classic diner has something for everybody to enjoy. Raymond’s offers brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 8AM to 4PM. You can order something from their Breakfast All Day menu or pair your mimosa with one of the delicious sandwiches.