4 of the Best Mimosas in Madrid

The widely popular brunch trend has been welcomed in Madrid with open arms. And yes, mimosas and avocado toast are still part of the fun. Remember that brunch isn’t Spanish tradition, so if you’re over the Spanish tortilla and pan con tomate, visit any of these recommendable brunch spots. Expect the food to be delicious and aesthetically pleasing enough for your Instagram timeline.

Pum Pum Café

Expect a line out of the door at this cozy brunch spot. This Lavapies favorite has a perfectly curated menu filled with dishes like shakshuka, eggs benedict, avocado toast, coffees, mimosas, and more. We’ve recommended shakshuka to every person we’ve sent in that direction and that’s all they can talk about. 

**This restaurant is vegan and vegetarian friendly. 

To find more information, visit pumpumcafe.com/Calle de Tribulete, 6.

Carmencita Bar

One. Euro. Mimosas. 

Yes, you read that correctly. Super cheap mimosas all day, everyday. Carmencita Bar is an expat and tourist favorite for its mimosas, eggs benedict and burgers. Our meat-eaters love the burgers. We love the wide variety of eggs benedict. The vegans we know always order the rancheros veganos. It’s a popular brunch spot, so reservations are highly recommended. 

To find more information, visit carmencitabar.es/Calle de San Vicente Ferrer, 51.

PRO TIP: If you don’t have time to make a reservation, you can always try your luck at Bodega Rivas and La Gringa. They’re on the same block and have the same menu at each. 

Brunch Club Cafe

If you’re looking for brunch that will keep you full all day, head to the Brunch Club Cafe. Choose between the full breakfast for 19 euros that comes with a drink, coffee, an assortment of breads with toppings, and an entree. Or, choose the mini brunch for 14 euros without the assortment of breads. Either one will keep you full for a while and you can choose a mimosa to go with your brunch, if you’re really feeling it. 

**Also a vegan and vegetarian-friendly restaurant. 

To find more information, visit brunchclubcafe.com/Calle del Barco, 15.

Federal Café

This aesthetically-pleasing restaurant has a menu with delicious options for meat-eaters, vegetarians, and vegans. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu, the food is fresh, the coffee is prepared the way you like it, and the baked goods are plentiful. We keep going back for the toasts and sandwiches, paired with a mimosa or bloody mary. 

To find more information, visit federalcafe.es/Plaza de las Comendadoras, 9.

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