Hash Kitchen is Bloody Mary brunch heaven. It's where trendy families and girl groups go to brunch weekly. It’s a busy spot and there's usually a wait, but it's always worth it. The whole place is very trendy and they have a DJ playing party music next to Arizona's largest build-your-own Bloody Mary Bar. They have over 50 toppings for your Bloody Mary available including various cheeses, meats, olives, and vegetables. If you're a group looking for a sit-down brunch with a party atmosphere, then this is the right place for you.
Salty Seniorita is my favorite unlimited mimosa destination. They serve huge mimosas (with fresh-squeezed orange juice) unlimited for $18 with a purchase from their brunch menu. The Mexican restaurant also has fresh guac and some delicious entrees. The vibe is more casual and a great place for larger groups since it is less well known as a party spot for brunch. There is a huge outdoor patio area in the front and back of the restaurant and it's a great pregaming spot for drinks and brunch before partying in Old Town.
The Henry is an Arcadia favorite. Their brunch is well known around the valley and they do a great job changing up brunch classics. A personal favorite is their avocado toast. They have Bloody Mary & Mimosa carts come around to every table, and their mimosa flavors are top-notch. This is a popular spot for trendy moms, families, and bachelorette groups. It's a little more out of the way, but it’s a great classier option for girl groups.
Sumomaya is the ultimate brunch destination and my top pick for a bachelorette brunch spot. For $32 you can get unlimited brunch with shared plates, an entree, and dessert. Adding $15 gives you the choice of unlimited Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Margaritas, Micheladas, or Draft Beers.
The music is blaring 24/7, and there’s either a DJ playing or a band during brunch hours. The restaurant is part indoor part covered outdoor area, and a giant fake tree is their unique centerpiece. Diners usually dress up, although you’ll always find people in jean shorts and tank tops.
The food is Mexican/Asian inspired, and courses contain a mix of Mexican and Asian flavors. Brunch options include Sushi, Black Bean Hummus, and Wagyu Steak + Eggs. This full experience is completely worth the price, but I would plan a relaxing day afterward. You'll have a hard time continuing on to partying in Old Town after this big meal.
RnR is one of the more popular party brunch spots in Old Town. This bar is absolutely packed on Sundays and bigger groups might have a hard time squeezing in. There are a lot of people at the bar and it's definitely less classy than some other brunch spots. If you're looking for an older vibe party with a side of brunch then this is a good place for your group.
Bevvy is the perfect spot to brunch before hitting the clubs of Old Town. They have great drink specials and are a super busy club on the weekends. They draw in a bar crowd but are right next to all the clubs so you still get the party atmosphere. Bevvy attracts a TON of bachelor and bachelorette groups and is a great spot to drink all day or a great point of kick-off for a bar crawl.
Olive & Ivy
Olive & Ivy is a great spot for a classier brunch. Their elegant upscale atmosphere provides a more low-key setting compared to some other party brunch spots. They have incredible mojitos and a wide selection of Mediterranean-inspired brunch items. Located on the outside of Scottsdale Fashion Square, This is a great eat and shop spot
Canal Club at The Scott Resort & Spa
Canal Club is an Instagrammer favorite in Old Town, Scottsdale. It is Cuban-inspired and has countless photo opportunities. The hotel itself is great to stay at, but they have a restaurant inside that is frequented by Scottsdale locals and vacationers. Grab a cocktail and order inside next to their bar or sit on the patio and enjoy the heat.