20 of the best Sunday Funday spots in Charlotte, whether you prefer mimosa flights or a Bloody Mary bar

Mimosa Flights at 5Church - Photo by Abby Armstrong

Saturday is long gone and you have one, final day to put off Monday’s inevitable arrival. The only way to top off the weekend right is with a #SundayFunday.

We’re not saying that this is the only way to spend your Sunday. We’re also not saying every Sunday should be spent sipping a mimosa or Bloody Mary (or three). But if that’s the direction your day is headed, you might as well do it right.

For the optimal Sunday Funday:

  • If possible, get more sleep than you normally would Saturday night.
  • Gather your favorite group of people.
  • Hydrate (no, drinking a Bloody Mary does not count as hydrating).
  • Prepare yourselves for some adventure.
  • Remember to eat.

If you want to feel even better about yourself during Sunday Funday, go outside and get moving. I love to start a Sunday with a hike, walk or other outdoor activities at Crowders Mountain, Freedom Park or the U.S. National Whitewater Center.

Make it a Sunday Funday for the books at any of these spots in Charlotte, but keep in mind that any Sunday Funday can benefit from a little spontaneity. So, don’t be afraid to hit up multiple places and go wherever the day takes you!


127 N Tryon St. #8


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Start at 5Church for a Sunday brunch of epic proportions, whether you go for something small like the avocado toast ($8) or a big ol’ breakfast like the Queens Breakfast ($13). 5Church even offers a mimosa flight ($15), meaning you get to taste four different flavors of bubbly mimosas with your meal. Plus, the restaurant’s trendy interior and energetic atmosphere will get your spirits up as you recover from last night’s festivities.

10 Park Lanes

1700 Montford Dr.


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10 Park Lanes offers a lively atmosphere and a little friendly competition on your Sunday Funday. Beyond bowling, you can also play other games like ping pong, corn hole and bocce ball. If you’re still in recovery mode, we recommend ordering a Bacon Bloody ($8) which is a vodka Bloody Mary topped with bacon and jalapeno stuffed olives.

All American Pub

200 E Bland St.


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This South End game day hub is a high-energy place to be for Sunday Funday. They will keep you fueled with $2 mimosas, $4 Bloody Marys and $5 tall boys every Sunday. Expect a large (and rowdy) crowd, especially if the Panthers are playing.

Angry Ale’s

1518 Montford Dr.


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If you are aiming to keep your Sunday Funday spending relatively low, it is hard to beat Angry Ale’s. They offer $12 bottles of champagne and $2.50 Miller Lites on Sundays. Continue the weekend with food and drinks on their massive, dog-friendly porch or hang out inside on colder days.


1627 Montford Dr.


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Another affordable option: on Sundays, Brazwell’s offers a $4 Bloody Mary bar, $2 mimosas and $2.50 Bud Lights. Start here before you move on with the rest of your day… or stick around to keep the Funday festivities going. There are plenty of TVs all over the bar so you just might find yourself taking advantage of the drink specials and staying to watch more than one game.

Dilworth Neighborhood Grill

911 E Morehead St.


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This sports bar has a massive outdoor patio, and it is also the official home of the Charlotte Chapter of the Roaring Riot. Watch some games here alongside Panthers fans galore, then hitch a ride on the free shuttle to Bank of America Stadium.


601 S Cedar St.


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Draught offers the ideal brunch menu items to cure what’s ailing you and an atmosphere that never seems to die down, this is a favorite place to celebrate Sunday Funday and get into the game. Try the signature Walk of Shame Burger ($12), featuring two 4 oz. beef patties, an over-easy egg, pepper jam and bacon.


330 N Tryon St., 4435 Park Rd. and other locations in Charlotte.


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Everywhere you look you will find a different TV, obviously making this bar-slash-restaurant a great option to watch games. Snag a $4 mimosa and one of the amazing burgers. Or if you’re looking to class things up, order a craft cocktail downstairs at The Cellar at Duckworth’s.

Ed’s Tavern

2200 Park Rd.


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This classic Charlotte spot does not disappoint. Visit Ed’s for a laid-back Sunday Funday vibe. They have substantial bar bites, pool tables and plenty of beer options. Plus, on Sundays you can take advantage of $2.50 Bud Lights, $10 Deep Eddy buckets and $4 mimosas.

Graham Street Pub & Patio

400 S Graham St.


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This pub is situated between BB&T Ballpark and Bank of America Stadium with a stunning view of Uptown, so it is almost always packed. The downstairs screams ‘good vibes’ all on its own, but if the weather allows you should definitely go upstairs to enjoy the view. Plus, they offer $3 mimosas and $4 Bloody Marys.

Ink N Ivy

222 S. Church St.


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This Uptown spot offers $3 Mimosas, $4 Bloody Mary Bar, $15 House Brut Bottles and $4 Aluminums on Sundays. They also offer brunch, lunch and dinner with a fun atmosphere, adjacent to Romare Bearden Park. It is a great spot to stop by at any point during your Sunday Funday crawl through Uptown.


1524 East Blvd.


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Expect Buffalo Bills fans as far as the eye can see at this Charlotte staple bar. Stop in and order yourself some wings, a Bloody Mary, a mimosa or a craft beer. 

Moosehead Bar & Grill

1807 Montford Dr.


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Ready to try some of the best wings in Charlotte? Make your way to Moosehead and enjoy the rooftop, if the weather permits (or catch more games downstairs). Try and figure out which wings are your favorite… I still can’t decide.

Queen Park Social

4125 Yancey Rd.


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With games like ping pong, shuffleboard, bowling and more, Queen Park Social is an ideal spot to set up camp for your Sunday Funday. They also have a wide variety of food and drinks to satisfy any craving, so it’s a great spot to get comfortable and stay for an extended period of time with a larger group. 

Selwyn Pub

2801 Selwyn Ave.


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Order one of the pub’s popular Transfusions along with some food (like the nachos, $9.95) and enjoy watching a game on their comfortable porch seating. This is a spot that’s great to visit at any point during the day, not just for brunch.

Seoul Food Meat Co.

1400 S Church St.


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Seoul Food Meat Co. combines delicious Korean-inspired Southern BBQ with a surprising number of games, fun drinks and even karaoke rooms, making it a tremendous Sunday Funday destination no matter what mood you’re in. Not to mention: there’s a DIY mimosa AND Bloody Mary Bar with all the mixers and garnishes your heart desires.


8024 Savoy Corporate Dr.


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Maybe you play golf all the time, or maybe you have never even picked up a club. Either way, you’re almost guaranteed to have a great time at Topgolf, whether you spend the day there or you just stop by for an hour or so. Enjoy climate-controlled playing bays, food, drinks and more games inside.


920 Hamilton St.


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VBGB will keep your group entertained, full and buzzed for the entirety of your Sunday Funday. From the seemingly endless options for both games and beer to their food and massive patio, VBGB is always a good choice. And while they specialize in local and regional beer, but do also offer a full bar, so you can order whatever “hair of the dog” suits you best.


1100 Metropolitan Ave.


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With a brunch menu that will leave you with a very solid base for your day, Vivace is a suitable place to start off Sunday Funday. Bloody Mary’s and mimosas are $2 each until 3:45pm so Vivace is also a favorable option to stop by after your group has already visited a couple other places. Order the Brussels Sprouts!

Whiskey Warehouse

1221 The Plaza


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This Plaza Midwood staple is consistently packed on Sundays for good reason. They offer $2 Mimosas, $4 Bloody Mary Bar, $5 Tito’s and $2.50 Bud Lights on Sundays, and they boast a stunning view of the Queen City (without having to deal with Uptown parking or prices).

Don’t forget to put yourself to bed at a reasonable hour after your Sunday Funday activities of choice so you show up fresh-faced and ready to go for work in the morning!


  1. I rater them have affordable (under $10) homestyle country breakfasts and open 8:00 am on the weekends. This town could use a few more no frills greasy spoon establishments.


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