Keep The Party Going At These 13 Yummy New Year’s Day Brunches

Come New Year’s Day, it’s more than likely you’ll be just like everyone else on the planet: hungover. So, you can either wallow away in bed or you can be productive. And by productive, we mean you can go out and get drunk again. Hey, Monday is a national holiday, so you might as well enjoy it, right?

Below are some of the best brunch places open on New Year’s Day.

The Waterfront 

Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

What better place to keep your New Year’s party rolling that San Diego’s oldest tavern? They’ll start serving at 6am, so your party doesn’t have to slow down at all!

The Hills

Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

If you’re looking to quite literally roll out of bed and head somewhere in your pajamas, then The Hills is the place for you. Enjoy a waffle bar and $3 mimosas.

Banzai Bar

If your hangover strikes early, you’re in luck. Banzai Bar is open starting at 8am and is offering bottomless mimosas for $20.

Eastbound Bar & Grill

Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

While everything at Eastbound Bar & Grill is amazing, we recommend their famous breakfast hash to soak up all of that extra booze floating around your system.

Harbor Town Pub

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Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

For those looking for a family-friendly option, Harbor Town Pub is the spot for you. Enjoy yummy dishes like Brioche French Toast — and of course their $25 bottomless mimosas.

The Blind Burro

Craving comfort breakfast food and cheap bottomless mimosas? This is the place for you.

Bottega Americano

Enjoy delicious seasonal cocktails and yummy Italian food at this chic spot. Bonus points if you went there for dinner on Saturday.

Westgate Hotel

Feeling fancy? Excellent. Head on over to the Westgate Hotel for a full spread brunch buffet. It’s award winning and worth every penny.

New Year’s Day Cruise 

What better way to spend the first day of 2017 than cruising around the beautiful San Diego waterfront? Tables fill up quickly.


Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

Photo Credits: Maria Wiles

Werewolf is offering brunch plus live tunes to keep your party going. Check out their Pork Belly Benedict for a serious treat.

The Patio on Goldfinch
The Patio on Goldfinch knows brunch. Check out their crab Benedict or shrimp and grits for a seriously yummy experience.

Cafe 222

If a classic breakfast is what you need to get through the day, then hit up Cafe 222. With breakfast staples like pancakes and eggs, this place is no fuss. Just what your hangover needs.

The Clubhouse Grill

Brunch at TripAdvisor’s #1 Luxury Hotel in California is a great way to start the year! Check out The Clubhouse Grill at Grand Del Mar. Must have items include chicken and waffles and a breakfast BLT.



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