The best part of celebrating Sunday Funday is sipping on some mimosas at brunch. Well, not sure about you but I sure do love the taste of mimosas. Well, the largest mimosa party is coming to El Paso.

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If you're the one who rallies the group for Sunday brunch unlimited mimosas, get your tastebuds ready. There is a tasty good time that has your name written all over it. mid-December is when you can expect to have some tasty fun.

There are certain places around El Paso you enjoy visiting Sundays for brunch that serve mimosas. We know Cracker Barrel, Block Table and Tap, D'Lox, Pockets Billiards, and a few more are popular for their mimosas.

But luckily for you in less than two months you can dedicate a part of your day to sipping on mimosas. On Sunday, December 12, the largest mimosa party will be swinging by El Paso. You can just imagine all the different types of mimosas you will sample that day.

If you've never tasted a mimosa, then this mimosa crawl will hook your tastebuds for good. Plus besides the scrumptious taste sipping on those drinks sometimes have you feeling fancy. The El Paso Mimosa Crawl will be held on Sunday, December 12, which fits Sunday Funday. If you want to spend Sunday Funday sipping on mimosas then you can enjoy it between 12 pm to 5 pm.

There will be a limited amount of tickets which means they are only selling 500 tickets. There have not been any locations listed quite yet for the future mimosa crawl.

But you can expect to hop around to different places enjoying different types of mimosas. This is your perfect golden ticket to enjoy Sunday Funday with fancy feels in El Paso. If you would like to purchase your tickets, just click here.

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