Ray's Hangover Helper, and More New Year's Day Remedies

Luna Park brunchy chocolate mimosa

In addition to that pretty comprehensive hangover guide we gave you last week to help you through the morning after, a few New Year's Day brunches have popped up for this weekend. Bacon and Bloodies on Sunday, repent on Monday.

Royal/T: The Culver City café and art space will offer a special Mexican-inspired menu for brunch from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Take your pick from huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, breakfast burritos, and chiles nogadas, and sip on soju margaritas. A DJ spins most of the day.

Rosa Mexicano: Keeping along the South of the Border theme, both locations will serve a special "Desayuno Crudo" from noon to 4 P.M. Huevos rancheros, jamon con chilaquiles, almond-crusted French toast, and plenty of margaritas. Start your resolutions with the Maria Verde, a Bloody Mary with tomatillo and cucumber puree. See, healthy!

Ray's & Stark Bar: The night was long and raucous, and chef Kris Mornginstar knows exactly what you need: The Hangover Helper, buttered brioche with griddled onions, Sottocenere cheese, proscitutto and a sunny-side-up egg. That's just one highlight for the special New Year's Day brunch menu. Also, spicy chorizo with navy beans and a slow-cooked egg, sausage and good-luck lentils, and French toast with maple-glazed apples. Available 11 A.M. to 3 P.M.

Tart: In addition to the regular brunch menu, the Farmer's Daughter restaurant will bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for $14.95. Wear your pajamas to brunch (bottoms required) and get 15% off your bill.

Luna Park: You probably have Monday off, so the Miracle Mile spot will have its regular brunch menu with bottomless mimosas, sangria, and two-for-one Bloody Marys.