Christmas Drinks: Tanzy in Boca Raton Offering a Free Mimosa With Brunch Today

Merry Christmas! Clean Plate Charlie hopes that you and yours got everything your little hearts desired, whether it was a six-pack of $85 beer or a gender-neutral Easy-Bake Oven.

Now that the gifts have been unwrapped and the living room is buried in a sea of ribbon and shredded paper, it's time to fortify with a hearty meal and post-present cocktails. Before everyone gets sucked into setting up their new iPads, gather the crew and head to Mizner Park for some brunch. In the spirit of the holidays, Tanzy has decided to sweeten its Christmas Day offerings.

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For every brunch entree purchased today between 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., receive one complimentary Boca mimosa made with Florida orange juice, orange marmalade, blood orange, and Moet Imperial. Don't celebrate Christmas? Doesn't matter: You can still cash in on this boozy offer. (One per person limit.)

The brunch entrees at Tanzy include the $14 Tanzy burger with applewood smoked bacon and smoked gouda on toasted rosemary focaccia and the $13 turkey brie panini with sweet apple butter, among other selections. They also serve omelets, French toast, and other brunch classics, though the free drink offer applies only to entrees. If you're lucky, you may even be able to snag a post-meal movie at the adjacent iPic Theaters (book your seat in advance).

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Tricia Woolfenden