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BEST Mimosas In Orange County, CA

When you think about weekend cocktails, few evoke the kind of imagery the way mimosas can. Part simplicity, part luxury, the sparkling champagne cocktail exemplifies relaxation. The Hangout has some one of the best mimosas in Orange County, CA.

Although we're well known for the Best Bloody Marys in the Long Beach area, many customers love our mimosas. Combined with our friendly service, great selection, and atmosphere, mimosas are a brunch staple.

We serve 4 variations of mimosas in Orange County, CA. Choose from orange, guava, pomegranate or our Seal Beach Sunset Mimosa (pictured right).

It includes ONEHOPE champagne with pineapple juice layered, grenadine and garnished with a fresh strawberry. $8.00/glass.

    Mimosas by The Glass:
  • Kenwood Brut $6
  • ONEHOPE $7

  • Mimosas by the Bottle with carafe of juice:
  • Kenwood Brut $22
  • ONEHOPE $26

For Sunday brunch, try one of our amazing omelettes or the Hangout Breakfast; eggs any style! Our Jack Daniels French toast is the ticket for a late morning pick in Seal Beach.  See our full menu online.

Places to drink Mimosas in Orange County, CA

For where to drink mimosas in Orange County, CA here are our restaurant bar locations: 

Our Seal Beach restaurant offers beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and Seal Beach Pier. Grab a seat by the window with your cocktail choice. We're one of the best places for mimosas in Seal Beach.

It's a relaxing start to your day or weekend. Seats do fill up quickly on the weekends. We recommend coming earlier to minimize any waiting. If your not familiar with the area, Seal Beach Main Street has numerous shops for men and women. A great weekend idea in the OC. 

The Hangout Restaurant & Beach Bar
901 Ocean Avenue
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Telephone: (562) 431-4888
Cuisine: New American
Price Range: $11 to $30
Kid Friendly: Yes
Reservations: No
Gift Cards: Available for purchase
Cross Street: Main Street
Payment: Cash, Visa, MC, Discover, Amex


For mimosas in Huntington Beach, Hangout Too offers indoor and outdoor dining. It too features the same great tasting cocktail and food menu in a smaller environment.

Set back from the road, it's a great spot to unwind for mimosas in Huntington Beach. Our outdoor patio combined with one of our mimosas makes for a great late morning or afternoon start. Parking is free with no time restrictions.

Hangout Too Southern Bar & Grill
16446 Bolsa Chica St
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Tel: (657) 204-9306
Cuisine: New American
Parking: FREE
Reservations: Not Needed
Dog Friendly: Yes
Price Range: $11-30
Payment: Cash, Visa, MC, Discover, Amex
Cross Street: Heil Avenue at Bolsa Chica St

History Of The Mimosa Cocktail

The origin of the mimosa is said to have been created in Paris at the Ritz Hotel. It's largely credited to Frank Meir, a bartender dating back to 1925. Typically, a mimosa is made of one part orange juice to one part champagne. It's served in a tall flute glass.  Another story claims the mimosa was invented by director Alfred Hitchcock. Evidently, The film director liked to throw them back and according to legend invented with a friend on one Sunday morning after a long night.

In European circles, the original is called Buck's Fizz. The cocktail was invented in London circa 1921. It was name after Buck's Club. It consists of two parts OJ to one part champagne. A Buck's Fizz is typically served at weddings as an alternative to champagne. As such it contains less alcohol. Grenadine is mentioned as an ingredient in older recipes. Still some even through in a dash of Gin. Those Brits know how to live. 

How To Make a Buck Fizz

    Buck's Fizz Recipe:
  • 3 Ounces Fresh-squeezed Orange Juice
  • Splash of Gin (optional)
  • Splash of Cherry Heering (optional)
  • 2 Ounces Chilled Champagne

Mimosa History

Written by

Nicholas McDonough

Nicholas is a senior contributor to The Hangout Blog living in Southern California.Connect with Nicholas on Google+
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