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

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Luna Park brunchy chocolate mimosa Photo: Yelp

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.